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(not) display rows with 0 value with Unique Value Renderer

Question asked by deleted-user-3QvhwBivZdaR on May 10, 2018
Latest reply on May 14, 2018 by deleted-user-3QvhwBivZdaR

I am working on a web app using ArcGISDynamicMapServiceLayers, which use UniqueValueRenderers to draw points based on attributes.  In many cases, the attribute value is 0, in which cases I would not want to display anything.  If I do not assign some symbol to these values, the service draws the default symbol in those locations.  I tried assigning a symbol with 0 opacity (transparent), but when I use an InfoWindow in the web app, a click will still [pick up these invisible symbols.

Is there a way that I can not draw these symbols at all if the attribute value is 0?


The user will choose which attribute to use for rendering the symbols.  So that value may be 0 in some cases and nonzero in others.