When creating a query layer, if the first row within a spatial database table is a single point, the multipoint features are ignored.
Last Published: December 8, 2014ArcSDE/Enterprise Geodatabase
Bug ID Number
November 7, 2014
March 30, 2022
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Cannot reproduce with 10.3.1
1. Create two query layers.2. Explode or merge feature class geometry.3. Create new feature class with Type = Multipoint Feature, and move the data from the old feature class into the new feature class using the object loader or copy paste. (Note: Load the different entity types separately as ArcGIS only allows to load one entity type at a time.)4. Ensure the first row entity type is multipoint.