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Adding Feature Layers to a runtime geodatabase

Question asked by hft_eco_user on Jun 5, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 12, 2015 by WCrick-esristaff



I am using ArcGIS Android SDK for developping application in my company.We have WebMaps that represent building floors.WebMaps are constructed in a way that each webmap has 4 Layers (Basemap ,Polygons,lines and points). The problem here is that i cannot find any way to ADD more layers (not sublayers) to a runtime geodatabase once it is created.


To be more clear here is a snippet of my code:



String gdbFileName = Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory().getPath() + "/ArcGIS/offlinedata.geodatabase"
GeodatabaseSyncTask myGdbTask=new GeodatabaseSyncTask(layerUrl, null)
myGdbTask.generateGeodatabase(params, gdbFileName , false, statusCallback, gdbResponseCallback);


The database is created successfully and i get the path in the callback. Moreover i can add it to the mapview.

I want to add more Feature Layers to the same geodatabase. Is that possible ? and if yes, How can i do that ?


Thanks in advance.