|Submitted||Apr 06, 2018|
|Modified||Aug 29, 2022|
|Applies To||ArcGIS GeoEvent Server|
|Server Platform||Windows OS 2016 64 Bit|
|Client Platform||Windows OS 2016 64 Bit|
Hosted feature services published from ArcGIS Pro fail to update in REST with event records from a CSV file after previous records have been deleted and the source CSV file has been edited.
Feature record add or update operations are reimplemented in the 10.8.1 release. The traditional 'Update a Feature' output now tries to first update a feature if it has a cached OBJECTID. If it fails, it queries to affirm it has the correct OBJECTID and tries the update again. If the second update attempt fails, it tries to create a new feature record before giving up. The rollbackOnFailure is also changed to 'false' to prevent a single feature record update failure from impacting all data records in the batch.
After deleting the feature records in REST and making changes to the source CSV file, remove and re-add the CSV file from the data source folder that ArcGIS GeoEvent Server is pulling from.