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Combine multiple layers of data using single search criteria

Question asked by Dean.Wilson7232 on May 10, 2018
Latest reply on May 10, 2018 by Dean.Wilson7232

I apologize first off if this was asked before, because I haven't been able to find an answer for this part. I'm still relatively new to Arcgis, and to GIS in general.  What I'm trying to do is pull data out of three different layers.  Parts come from each layer and it looks as if the only "relationship" between them all is the geometry.  But here's the rub.  I need to search for all the data by a specific attribute from each later.  Here's an example of all the data I need and what I need to search on:

 

PIN (layer 1, can use this to search)

parcel (layer 2, can use this to search)

owner (layer 3, can use this to search)

address (layer 3)

township (layer 3)

munic (layer 3)

acreage ( layer 1)

more fields from layers 1, 2, and 3

and so on and so forth.. 

 

so if I search via pin, give me all the above data.  Search by parcel, all the above data, search by owner, all the above data.

 

I was attempting to put together my own rest endpoint so I could just combine all of this data on the backend then use the normal search tools to work this but the search widgets we're using (eSearch) verify its an arcgis server rest endpoint, so no can do.

 

Any thoughts would be wonderful. Thanks so much!

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