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Filter content by signed in user

Question asked by jtodd_Theorem on Jun 26, 2018



I am currently developing a SaaS based application that utilizes one primary feature class. I am returning the client side graphics via the REST API with C# which allows me to only return the logged in user's content. Unfortunately, I just found out that you cannot use definitionExpressions with client side graphics.


I would like to find out what my options are here:

  1. Should I continue with my effort and post back to the server and return only the graphics I need
    1. What would be the performance implications of this?
  2. Is there another way of going about this without the use of client side graphics as well as not exposing the user's information, such as their userid?


Thanks for your assistance,