Please join the Community Maps team on November 6th, 11:00 a.m. – noon Pacific time, for another free webinar filled with exciting news about the Esri Community Maps! Here’s a quick look at this month’s agenda: Steve Sharp of the … Continue reading
We updated Collector for ArcGIS on both the iOS and Android platforms October 27th, 2014. For the iOS platform, Collector now fully supports the new resolutions introduced with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. In addition, a number of key … Continue reading
Have you ever needed to know the distance from central hub locations, such as bases or offices, to groups of related assets, such as equipment or workers? This blog post outlines a workflow and some tools for solving this type … Continue reading
Governments and organizations have been hard at work creating Open Data sites to make their authoritative data accessible, discoverable, explorable, and collaborative. There are over 100 sites in the ArcGIS Open Data site gallery for you to explore! In this new blog … Continue reading
Explorer for ArcGIS is a great app for working with your maps and presentations on iPhones, iPads, and Macs. With a recent update Explorer running on iOS for iPhones and iPads no longer requires logging in with an organizational account, and … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro now has a brand new experience for getting comprehensive documentation within the app. By default, Pro opens your default browser to pro.arcgis.com giving you access to the most up-to-date collection of ArcGIS Pro help documentation while keeping your download and install size small. Continue reading
The deployment of Oracle’s October 2014 Critical Patch Update (CPU) for security vulnerabilities, causes all versions of ArcGIS connections to hang or crash when attempting to establish a database connection. See the affected products and versions section of Oracle’s CPU … Continue reading
Your organization home contains several key sections that you can customize to reflect your own unique look and feel. These include the background image, organization banner, featured gallery, and description. The Organization Description on the home page can include text … Continue reading
Word is getting out about the power and accuracy of Esri’s U.S. Tapestry Segmentation Data. In the last few weeks, Tapestry and our ZIP Lookup app have been showcased in articles in Time, Wall Street Journal, Esquire, and others, and … Continue reading
Using web maps powered by Hosted Feature Services you can rapidly deploy field collection schemas to the field for use with Collector for ArcGIS. You can publish map layers directly from ArcMap that have awesome templates with great forms that include pick lists just the way you modeled them in the geodatabase.
But no matter how much of a GIS rock star you are, you won’t get that schema 100% right the first time. So what do you do when you miss a domain value, template or you misspell a field alias? Your field team is out there, collecting stuff. You can’t republish the service!
Well did you know that you can update the schema without having to republish? It’s true. You can add a domain value, remove a template, update the alias for a field.
Here is a document that shows you How to Update Hosted Feature Service Schemas.