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Joining a feature class with a table fails to display the label/ symbology correctly, and only four records per feature is displayed, taking into consideration that the relation between the feature and the table is one to many,

Question asked by Majdoleen on May 3, 2017
Latest reply on Jul 3, 2017 by Majdoleen

We couldn’t figure out why when we join a feature class with a table, the label/ symbology of the records is appeared only for four records per feature, taking into consideration that the relation between the feature and the table is one to many,

For example, we have a feature class (communities) and a table (All_projects_Area_C_17_4_2017)  and want to join the feature with table and keep only the matching records taking into consideration that the relation between the feature and the table is one to many (attached), what we found strange is that the records in the joined table is one by one, but when it comes to  label and symbology,  the ArcMap 10.5 is displayed the records of the table (more than one record per feature) but if we have for example (1-7 records) only four records (labels/ symbols) appeared per feature. Is this a new behavior when it comes to join? And How to increase the number of displayed records for both labels and symbols (more than four)?

What might be the issue here?

 

Thank you

Best,

Majdoleen

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