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FeatureLayer and the RendererTakesPrecedence property

Question asked by miripsystematics-co-il-esridist Employee on Apr 29, 2014
Latest reply on May 7, 2014 by miripsystematics-co-il-esridist

I'm trying to use the RendererTakesPrecedence property on a FeatureLayer in order to change the symbols applied to the features by the renderer applied to the layer in the map service it is loaded from.
When in AcceleratedDisplay mode, this property is ignored, and the feature layer gets the renderer applied to it by the service (not the expected behavior).
When using the regular WPF rendering engine - it is respected.

I found this similar issue that was also present in the Silverlight API (but obviously with no relation to the AcceleratedDisplay):

Is this a bug? Known limit in the Accelerated mode?