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JQuery Auto-complete widget textbox

Question asked by AlexSabrina on Sep 22, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 22, 2014 by mlewis22

Hi all,

I am trying to use the JQuery auto-complete widget with my widget. My goal is to create an input text box where users can enter a county (that would auto-complete) then, when the auto-completed county value is entered have a function that would allow users to extract data by the selected county extent.


here is what I have so far.


I would select features values for the auto-complete input box as such:

I get a 404 error when trying to achieve this first task.



POST http://localhost:58479/layout-master/demos/[object%20Object] 404 (Not Found) jquery.min.js:4send jquery.min.js:4m.extend.ajax jquery.min.js:4m.(anonymous function) jquery.min.js:4$.autocomplete.source Map-Widget-Panel-carousel-BasemapList-Legend-%20Tool.html:484e.widget._search jquery-ui.min.js:7(anonymous function) jquery-ui.min.js:7(anonymous function) jquery-ui.min.js:6(anonymous function)


//build query task
                     var queryTask = new QueryTask("");
                     //create an array
                     var aStateNames = [];

                     //build query filter
                     var query = new Query();
                     query.returnGeometry = false;
                     query.outFields = ["STATE_NAME"];
                     query.where = "OBJECTID > 0";
                     queryTask.execute(query, function (results) {
                         //parse results and add to autocomplete widget
                         dojo.forEach(results.features, function (value, index) {
                     }, function (error) {
                         alert("Error: " + error);

                         source: aStateNames

and  then extract by the selected value:

var queryTask = new QueryTask("http://webgisdevint1/arcgis/rest/services/Alex_Try/Counties/MapServer/0");
            queryTask.on("complete", addToMap)
            var query = new Query();
            query.returnGeometry = true;
            query.outFields = ["STATE_NAME"];
            query.where = "STATE_NAME = '" + aStateNames+ "'";
            query.outSpatialReference = map.spatialReference;
            queryTask.execute(query, function (featureSet) {
               var AOI = featureSet.features[0].geometry;
               var graphic = new Graphic(AOI, symbol);
               var features = [];
               var fSet = new FeatureSet();
               fSet.features = features;


How can I have the auto-complete widget work and then hook it up to the extract function?

Any idea, help is welcome!