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Trying to map non spatial data from a database to a feature class

Question asked by mwinsor on Sep 24, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 25, 2015 by mwinsor

I'm currently using the ArcGis .NET runtime SDK 10.2.6. I've gotten my template mpk file loaded into the local server, and using the empty layers within that mpk I generate (spatial) data for a line on my map. I do this by adding the geometry and attributes to rows in the ServiceFeatureTable that I get from my local feature service (as an aside, why is there no "Truncate" or "Clear" on the ServiceFeatureTable?  It's really awful trying to clean out that layer by deleting batches of IDs - You might want to add that functionality).

 

On to my question.  I have this line, and now I have ancillary data that needs to be mapped on top of this line. This data is not spatial. It contains an ID that can be linked with the attribute data in the aforementioned line, and it has a begin and end measurement.

 

To give an idea of what I'm after, I have attached an image. The purple line is the spatial data that I've got from my database so far. The green is supposed to represent the non spatial data overlaid on top of the purple line (artist's rendition of that at least):

LineOverlay.png

 

So, how do I do this using the runtime SDK?  I'm guessing that I have to use a geoprocessing package or something along those lines?

 

I really don't want to have to do this by hand using a graphics layer, so any help would be appreciated.

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