|Submitted||Apr 28, 2017|
|Modified||Jun 11, 2020|
|Applies To||ArcGIS Online|
|Server Platform||Windows 2008 R2|
|Client Platform||Windows 2008 R2|
Map services containing related layers originating from feature classes do not display related records in the Map Viewer data table.
Export the data in the child feature class as a table and build a relationship class between the parent feature class and the table.
1. Open the attribute table of the feature class that must become a table in ArcMap. Click the table Options button > Export. Specify a name and export the data as a dBase table.
2. Import the table back to the geodatabase by right-clicking the geodatabase connection in ArcCatalog > Import > Table (Single).
3. Build a new relationship class between the feature class and the table and publish the feature as a new service.