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Survey123 - Is it possible to use custom javascript functions when working offline?

Question asked by tchobbs on Jun 25, 2020
Latest reply on Aug 26, 2020 by Philip.Wilson-esristaff



Our field crews are using an iPad with Survey123 v. 3.9.149.  When traveling into areas of poor cell coverage, users are automatically logged out.  This disables custom javascript extensions that I have created for certain fields.  As such, they are not able to use the survey in an efficient way.  I've read all of the GeoNet posts regarding this issue, and most suggest upgrading to the latest version.  Since we are using the latest version (as of the date of this question), this doesn't seem to be the correct solution.  Is it possible to use javascript extensions when working offline?  Wouldn't the javascript function be stored locally in a separate .js file (on the iPad) along with the survey, when downloaded to their device?  


I've attached the Survey project in a zip file (including the extensions folder), if that would be helpful to troubleshoot.


Thank you!