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Creating a time-series web map that updates everyday

Question asked by sunbeam.rahman_idss on Sep 30, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 10, 2018 by ahoque-esristaff

Hello all, this is my first question in GeoNet. 

 

 

I want to create a web map inside our ArcGIS Enterprise. This map will contain the following features, 

  • the map has an administrative layer with about 5000 polygons, each with a unique ID (UnionCode)
  • there is a 'pest status' table (see pic) for each administrative polygon with the same unique ID (UnionCode). These tables (ie. PND_Apr0118) are created every day and stored inside a geodatabase
  • there are about 11 pest indices (pndIdx_1, pndIdx_2, ...) and their respective area coverage percentage (pndArea_1, pndArea_2, ...) stored inside each table. At the end, there is a column storing the date of the data and the date of the table creation. pndIdx_1 = Yellow Stem Borer, pndIdx_2 = Brown planthopper etc (this could also be 11 separate timeseries map, or one map with 11 toggle-able layers) 
  • the web map will update a choropleth map using these table everyday. There will be a popup for each polygon describing numbers
  • since this is a timeseries map, the 'timeseries widget' will also update according to the recent entry. The map symbols and popup descriptions will update based on the pointer of this widget

What are the best options for this. The ArcGIS Enterprise has both Server and Portal 10.6 in separate machines, federated and hosting server defined with limited resources. arcgisenterprise dynamic table

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