I have been developping several Web Apps since last Fall for my company. During the development phase, the Portal acted normally. I would export a Web Map or a Web Layer from ArcGIS Pro, create an App from a Web Map and tweak several details (like definition querries, visibility ranges, symbology) from ArcGIS by overwriting Web Layers. The changes I did this way always updated the Web Maps automatically. However, the last process I needed to do was to divide my Web Apps in different operational sectors. That meant one Web Map and one Web App for every sector, all copied from the original. I also had to apply different filters for every new Web Map so that it only displayed the data from the sector in question. In other words, I now have 20 Web Maps (and Web Apps) that depend from the same Server, but each having slightly different filters. Creating all those Web Maps being a big job, I used ArcGIS Online Assistant to bring about all the changes quickly. Unfortunately, since I did so, the Web Maps don't always update when I overwrite Web Layers from ArcGIS Pro. The visibility range is one of the elements that don't seem to update, but the symbology updates without any problem. With that not working, I have to manually change every Web Map with the Online Assistant, which can be annoying. Has anybody faced a similar problem? Is there an explication for this? I know that the Online Assistant wasn't developped by ESRI so I suspect some compatibility errors.
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It is not the first time I create multiline labels in ArcGIS Pro projects destined to be exported and converted into Web Apps. It usually works, but in all previous instances, the items in questions were used as Web Map Images. I always use the Arcade Command TextFormatting.NewLine. This time, I wanted to create a Multiline label for an Online Feature Class. Indeed, my App will allow user to create and modify features. However, the label is not respected. All the elements appear in one line when it should appear in three. This is how it looks in ArcGIS Pro This is how it looks in the Web App: I am pretty sure that the probleme is the Feature Layer. Obviously, when exporting a Web Layer with a Feature Layer, you are obliged to also export a Web Map Image version. When looking at both in Enterprise through Map Viewer, the Web Map Image version was fine while the Feature Layer version showed the same problem. The Web Map Image: The Feature Layer: Have I uncovered a new bug? Thank you!
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