One tool does the work for you. Each field worker's version is now up to date. So if I wanted to change violation type and have that reflected when they see the form, I can do that. With this option, a version is generated from the published version each time you take offline a map containing an editable feature service. Once validation completes, the process reconciles the field worker versions with the Inspection version to make sure each has the latest changes.
Switch between maps and basemaps to access the content you want to remove from your device. At the end of the day, Mary also synchronizes her sensor inspections from the west side of the map. It sees a water violations. During inspections, field workers check for and record things like damage and accessibility of the sensors. With the web map available, each field worker starts Collector and logs in to the organization. So I had a couple questions come in even previously to this webinar, earlier in the month, and a lot of people are interested in that: related tables. When the process is complete, the map display updates to show the current data for the web feature layer.
So if we go to those details and you can see it shows our layers and the folder it exists. Just watch, I got this wrong I bet. The geodatabase administrator performs this operation. Once the data and map are downloaded, Collector switches the map to reference the local data. Really try to bring them up to wanting to be the sponsor for you.
All of that wonderful stuff. The accuracy is one of them. As downloaded maps are removed from the application used for offline edits, their versions can be reconciled, posted, and deleted. Since the web map has offline mode enabled, it appears in Collector with a download button. When you open the map in Collector, you can download it and work offline. To decrease this latency, the process can be run more frequently.
In this case, the worker requires the downloaded map to have the latest data from the of the geodatabase. If you roll your own infrastructure, you get to set the limits. Anytime you regain connectivity and want to check for new updates or send your updates for other people to see, select Sync on the map card in the Map Gallery. This information is used to plan repairs and to understand which sensors can be accessed easily. If that's the case, you can download the map to make it available when you do not have a connection. Or you can call us at +1 450 824-3325.
And those behaviors are actually on the web map. If the edits being made by others are important to you, leave Push Only synchronization disabled. All the settings in go against imperial unit abroad also. The field editor makes changes to the data in the field. And, that becomes the transport protocol for your use throughout the platform with it, so we can add a contact link if you want.
The project manager checks the Sync capability in the Service Editor since the service is intended to be used in an offline map. If I start to zoom in, I can get more detailed content. Many of them you answered as you went through these demonstrations, and your slides. You can see the water violations one I already created now, in the shared dialog, share file, share a service. Thanks for contributing an answer to Geographic Information Systems Stack Exchange! In Feature Service Advanced Options, the project manager chooses the Create a version for each user option. I tried looking this problem up online, but I couldn't find any similar cases which lead me to believe I'm probably doing something stupid.
Create Map Package Dialog Box Next, click Validate to check your data for any potential problems. Thus one device will not have access to edits from the other device. Also, your organization may want to limit the size and amount of data mobile workers retrieve from the server during initial download as well as subsequent sync operations. The first thing I wanted to mention is that is supported on your iPhone, your Apple device, on an Android device, and on a Windows 10 tablet. With the web map available, each field worker starts Collector and logs in to the organization. Each new version will include the latest edits from the Default version. But it also brings down any other emails that were created.
Eos Technical Support is available to answer technical support questions Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a. It even had valid values. Then we can open it up. You can control that accuracy there in either in metric or in imperial units with a setting inside of. That gear is looking at your required accuracy. We could also choose to determine what features editors complete. Registration coming soon for that webinar.
Start with setting up your organizational account, creating web maps, configuring editing and group share settings, and more. Once downloaded, Collector switches the map to reference the local data. You can use it in. But also in the group details you can invite users to it, so that you can just have at it and play with that as you see fit. I think one of the things that kind of brought this webinar to life was a story that we shared with Travis Anderson from , where as you mentioned, through the evolution of our releases of , one of the key new functionality pieces that we added in this last release was the ability to connect to. . Now that he is back in the office and his edits are synchronized, Bob removes the local map from Collector and returns the device.