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How to create a hosted feature service view with different layers to parent service?

Question asked by leftieant76 on Jan 8, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 10, 2019 by leftieant76

Hi - I'm hoping that someone can assist me with this query. I have been unable to solve it on my own.

I have a hosted feature service in AGOL that is accessed by multiple users for feature creation. It consists of 12 different layers - point, line and polygon, across 4 different environments (development, user acceptance, training and production). The sequence is:

 

/0 - DEV points

/1 - DEV lines

/2 - DEV polygons

...

through to 

...

/9 PROD points

/10 PROD lines

/11 PROD polygons

 

For the purposes of consuming this data in another web app, I would like to create 4 different view layers, one for each of the operating environments (DEV, UAT, TRAIN, PROD). In this view layer I would like to reference the source twice to capture different time slices of the data, eg:

 

DEV_VIEW

 

/0 - points - would be a view of source layer /0, with only features created < 24 hours

/1 - points - would be a view of source layer /0, with only features created >= 24 hours

/2 - lines - would be a view of source layer /1, with only features created < 24 hours

/3 - lines - would be a view of source layer /1, with only features created >= 24 hours

/4 - polys - would be a view of source layer /2, with only features created < 24 hours

/5 - polys - would be a view of source layer /2, with only features created >= 24 hours

 

...

...

...

 

PROD_VIEW

 

/0 - points - would be a view of source layer /9, with only features created < 24 hours

/1 - points - would be a view of source layer /9, with only features created >= 24 hours

/2 - lines - would be a view of source layer /10, with only features created < 24 hours

/3 - lines - would be a view of source layer /10, with only features created >= 24 hours

/4 - polys - would be a view of source layer /11, with only features created < 24 hours

/5 - polys - would be a view of source layer /11, with only features created >= 24 hours

 

I cannot for the life of me work out how to do this - is it even possible? The capability doesn't seem to be supported from within AGOL, and I can't work out whether ArcGIS Pro has the capability to create a feature service view in such a fashion.

 

My only thought at present is that it may be potentially possible by directly manipulating the JSON of a view layer, although this seems overwhelming and something I'd like to avoid if possible.

 

Does anyone have any advice?

Thanks

 

Anthony

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