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Pick attribute value from underlying layer while adding a feature

Question asked by n.ueberschaeresri-rw-esridist Employee on May 16, 2016
Latest reply on May 16, 2016 by n.ueberschaeresri-rw-esridist


Me again ;-)

 

I was wondering if (and how) I could add a feature to an editable layer and store at the same time e.g. the parcel ID of the underlying parcel to my new feature.

 

Maybe to make it more clear:

I would like my users to add a point with comments related to a parcel they are interested in for investment. So the idea is that the user looks for a certain parcel that meets his requirements (the enhancedSearch Widget is very helpful at this point) and when he found one or two that he would be interested in he can put a point (like a sticker) on this plot, add a comment and his details. To have a connection between this point and the parcel I would like to retrieve the parcel ID from the parcel he clicked on to add the point and add its value automatically to the Parcel_ID field of my comments attribute table.

 

Thank you for your ideas!

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