We have tables in an enterprise geodatabase and we would like users who don't have access to ArcGIS software to be able to view and edit attributes in these tables. We have relationship classes from these tables to spatial data in the same gdb, and all the data needs to live together in that gdb because it gets published to our servers for use with Collector. I've considered using an ArcGIS Online web map or app, but I don't like the functionality of the attribute table for editing (viewing the data is fine). Are there 3rd party applications that would work for viewing and editing these tables? Thanks!
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This could be your answer. The PNG format tiles are not compressed. We recommend using "mixed JPGPNG" format, which uses JPG for all tiles *except* those that have pixels labeled as transparent. Using any compression method (JPG, ECW, MrSID, others), if a pixel is 0, the compression may change that to a 1 or a 2 (still very dark black). If 0 is supposed to be treated as transparent, the compressed nonzero values will no longer treated as NoData in ArcGIS (a.k.a. transparent). For those (typically few) tiles with NoData values, they'll be written as PNG, but the majority will be JPG. Try reprocessing a SUBSET (not the entire dataset!) and use format = JPGPNG. If you have a lot of NoData pixels within the interior of your dataset, this may require further discussion.
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