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How do I exclude a selected value from a query but keep it for my array?

Question asked by csergent08 Champion on Jun 30, 2015
Latest reply on Jul 1, 2015 by csergent08

When I run a query, I have one of the values already selected that would be returned. If I populate my form as is, one of the values will be the selected item meaning it will be displayed twice. How do I exclude it for my first navigation, but display it if I navigate back to it?


Here is the code:

// Show supports form for updating
            document.getElementById("btnSupportUpdate").style.visibility = "visible";

            ii = -1;

        /* Update Support Layer End */

        // Cycle through sign information with the previous button
            console.log("Previous Works");
            var query = new esriQuery();
            var queryTask = new QueryTask(config.signLayerUrl);
            query.returnGeometry = false;
            query.outFields = ["*"];

            query.where = "SUPPORTID = " + dom.byId("supportId").value;
            queryTask.execute(query, function (results) {
                // Attempting to know how many signs are in my results
                // Use gettArray.html to get array values

                var resultItems = [];
                var resultCount = results.features.length;
                if (ii > -1) {
                    console.log("Results start now!");
                    var featureAttributes = results.features[ii].attributes.GLOBALID;
                    for (var attr in featureAttributes) {
                        console.log("Attribute: " + featureAttributes);

                } else {
                    console.log("This is where you will get the support information");
                    //document.getElementById("btnSupportNext").disabled = true;