I’ve been quite busy over the last few months. I’ve fully switched over to ArcGIS Pro, and I’ve been spending most of my time developing a fieldwork workflow using Workforce, Survey123, Collector and ArcGIS Online. I also (finally) forced myself to dabble with the ArcGIS Python API, which has fallen neatly into place alongside my normal fiddling with ArcPy.
I thought I’d write this post quickly just to document something I’ve noticed when publishing a feature layer symbolised using unique values from a coded value domain to ArcGIS Online. Despite the descriptions displaying correctly in Pro, if one edits the symbols and then does not delete all the feature templates and recreate them, editing them in an online web map will result in the codes being shown on the edit dialog, and not the descriptions.
The way around this is to, well, delete the feature templates and recreate them before publishing. I’ve had this happen a few times, where everything looks great online, and then someone tries to edit it in Collector using the codes.