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00085: Layer uses an unsupported renderer or property

Web layers support a subset of the renderers and properties available in ArcGIS Pro. A layer in your map is using a renderer or property that is not supported by the layer type being shared.

Solution

  • Change the layer's renderer so that it uses a supported renderer.
    • Web feature layers do not support the following:
      • Unique value based on multiple fields when sharing to ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 and earlier
      • Unique value based on the length field or the area field
      • Chart
      • Dot Density
      • Custom renderers
      • Proportional symbols if a map image layer is also being shared
      • Rotation using Tilt (X) or Roll (Y).
      • The following secondary attribute variables:
        • Transparency using a non-Arcade expression
        • Rotation using a non-Arcade expression or random
        • Rotation using a field for Tilt (X) or Roll (Y)
        • Size using a non-Arcade expression or random
        • Color using a non-Arcade expression
    • Web tile layers do not support the following:
      • Heat Map
      • Dictionary
      • Proportional symbols that use a maximum size
    • Vector tile layers do not support the following:
      • Proportional symbols
      • Heat Map
      • Dictionary
      • Representations
    • Web scene layers do not support the following:
      • Renderers not supported by web feature layers
      • Dictionary
    • Map image layers do not support the following:
      • Connected attributes that use an Arcade expression
      • Proportional symbols that use a maximum size
  • If you are sharing a web feature or tile layer and your active portal is ArcGIS Enterprise or Portal for ArcGIS 10.4 or later, change your Layer Type to Map image if the renderer you are using is supported by map image layers.
  • If you are sharing a tile layer that uses proportional symbols with a maximum size, Cache locally instead of caching on the server.
  • Remove the layer if it is not needed.

More information

An associated web feature layer is published when you share a web scene layer. The associated web feature layer is used to generate the visualization cache for the web scene layer. Any renderers or properties not supported by web feature layers are not supported by web scene layers.

Connected attributes allow each feature to have its own unique symbol. For more information on attribute-driven symbology, see Attribute-driven symbology.

For more information on feature layer symbology, see Symbolize feature layers.


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