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Using Survey123 for related table style linked inspections

Question asked by devans on May 9, 2018
Latest reply on May 10, 2018 by JTedrick-esristaff

Hi there,

 

I am looking to build an application for a monthly Construction site inspection that as a City we perform as part of our Stormwater permit requirements. I like the functionality of Survey123, but I have a couple of questions that perhaps someone more familiar with the product could answer.

 

The way I imagine our application would function is a point feature (representing each construction site) would be created in regular web map (in AGOL), and a field inspector would then be able to use Survey123 to perform inspections at each site. These inspections would be linked to their corresponding construction sites through a common ID (Permit #), allowing us to track the history of a site through the construction process.

 

I believe it’s possible to create this one-to-many relationship using related tables in an enterprise Geodatabase, and there is a good tutorial to do this using the Collector App here. We have a SQL based Enterprise Geodatabase so setting up this kind of database backend wont be a problem.

 

I’d like to know first of all if it’s possible to use Survey123 for the kind of related-inspection configuration described above, and if so if there’s any tutorials or resources out there to explain how it can be achieved.

Thank you anyone who can provide any help on this

 

David

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