Is there a maximum size allowed for sync'ing with the SDK? I realize it might not be a great idea to try and pull down a 3GB geodatabase, but just curious if there is a hard limit set in the SDK. We've noticed that if the GDB gets too large (somewhere around 1 GB) that the sync process fails and the geodatabase won't be downloaded. This is an issue if the GDB grows in size during field collection and sync'ing and we need to install the app on a new device and it needs to download the initial gdb which is now well over the limit that the SDK will download successfully unless we apply a filter to limit the features/attachments returned.
The error that is returned by the SDK is:The requested URL was not found on this server.
The error that shows up in the event viewer on the server is: Overflow or underflow in the arithmetic operation. Process information references the ArcGIS Web Adapter.
I can see the geodatabase at the exact location the URL references, so perhaps this is an issue with our IIS config or web adapter config for larger files?
cc: Michael Davis