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Getting exception: "The shape must not have a M value."

Question asked by mwinsor on Sep 29, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2015 by mwinsor

Using the WPF runtime SDK v 10.2.6

 

I have a ServiceFeatureTable, and I'm adding new poly line features to it. When I was adding poly lines with only the X and Y assigned to the MapPoint values, everything worked great.

 

Now I need to set the M value on the MapPoint in the poly line. Unfortunately, every time I call AddAsync, it gives me an exception "The shape must not have a M value. : ".

 

I've looked in my map, and it says that the layer I'm referencing supports M values.

 

Does anyone know how to solve this particular problem?

 

Thanks

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