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The maxRecordCount property is used to define how many features can be accessed when querying data in a hosted feature service, or when creating a local copy of a hosted feature service for use with ArcMap. The default maxRecordCount value is 1000.
A feature service's maximum number of records in the REST endpoint can be changed by increasing the maxRecordCount value.
Note: The number of features displayed in a web map is no longer determined by the maxRecordCount. This article describes how to increase maxRecordCount for querying from REST or for creating a local copy of a service in ArcMap.
The instructions provided describe how to update or change the maximum number of records of feature services in the REST endpoint in ArcGIS Online.
Note: Users may have to visit each layer to update the parameter if there are multiple layers in the service.
Note: Ensure the feature service is not shared publicly with everyone before using this workflow.
Note: If the error "There are no services available" is returned when visiting the ArcGIS REST Administrator Directory, the hosted feature service is shared with 'Everyone' (public).
In this example, a maximum of 2000 features can now be returned when querying from REST or when creating a local copy of the service in ArcMap.