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Identifying features

You can use the Identify tool to view attribute values of features in the map.

  1. Open Event Editor and, if prompted, sign in to Portal for ArcGIS or ArcGIS Online.
  2. Click the Map tab.
  3. In the Identify group, click the Identify button Identify.
  4. Click a feature in the map to identify and view its attributes.
    Click to identify features

    The identified features are highlighted in yellow and their attributes are shown in the Identify Results window.

    Features identified on the map


    You can set one of the fields for each feature class to appear using the Layer parameter (Route Name in this case). To select a field for the feature class, you need to access its layer properties in the ArcMap document used to create the map service. On the Display tab, select the field from the Field list.

    Setting the display field

  5. If more than one feature layer exists under the selected point location, you can use the Layer list to identify their features.
    Selecting a different layer to identify

    The selected layer's feature is highlighted in yellow and the attributes are shown in the Identify Results window.

    Results of identifying another layer

    You can also use the Time list to see all the of the time ranges of the route, event, or intersection at the identified location.

Viewing related data

The ability to view related records is available from the Identify Results window if related tables have been published with your event layers.

Identify Results dialog box

You can’t edit the records in the Related Records table. These are for viewing purposes only.

  1. Click the Related Tables button Related Tables.

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