I'm trying to populate multiple fields using a scanned QR code. A forum from 2017 suggests using the substring function, however I encounter two issues: 1. The substring function only appears to work on data I've already collected, whereas I was hoping for newly scanned data to have several fields populated automatically as well. 2. Ideally the attributes would not all be the same length. Ex. Scanning a QR code on a street sign. The asset has attributes for QR_CODE, ID, TYPE, SHAPE. String passed via QR Code #1 = "123, Yield, Triangle" String passed via QR Code #2 = "4567, No Parking, Rectangle" When the QR Code is scanned it would populate the QR_CODE field with an abovementioned string, which would be used to populate the rest of the attributes. If using substrings is the only option I could ensure all attributes are the same length (ie. QR #1 becomes "0000123, YLD, TRI" and QR #2 becomes "0004567, NOP, REC") but, again, when running a calculated field it only applied the calculation on existing row items. When a new asset was scanned in the field the ID, TYPE, SHAPE fields were left blank, despite the QR_CODE field being populated with the correct string. Is this doable in the current Collector environment?
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New to ESRI so my apologies if this is a simple question, but Google hasn't gifted me the answer. I'm looking to create a map series of a collection of linear features (road routes). These routes will be crossing or near other routes, so ideally I would like to differentiate the "current" feature with a unique style so it is apparent which route is being presented. The current map series does not appear to have this option. Additionally, the route may consist of multiple road segments. When I insert a Table Frame into a Map Series it appears I can only have one row item presented. I would like to display the entire route on the map along with a Table Frame showing the 3 or 4 road segments and their attributes. Attached image should give a better understanding.
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