|Submitted||Sep 23, 2016|
|Modified||Jun 11, 2020|
|Applies To||ArcGIS Online|
|Server Platform||N/A N/A|
|Client Platform||N/A N/A|
|Status||Not in Current Product Plan|
When multiple layers from the same data source are shared as a feature service from ArcMap to ArcGIS Online, exporting the service to a file geodatabase causes only one of the layers from the original data source to be exported.
This is as designed. When publishing a service where multiple layers reference the same data layer, only one table is generated in the ArcGIS Online database. ArcGIS Online does not duplicate the tables.
At the time of publishing, make sure all the layers are from unique data sources.
If the data are already published, use either one of the workarounds below:
A. Export each layer separately to a file geodatabase. The behavior appears to occur only when multiple layers from the same source are exported.
B. Export the service as a shapefile. All the layers are exported as separate shapefiles.