Your layer relies on a custom feature, and you are publishing to ArcGIS Online hosted services. For the layer to perform as expected, the custom feature must also be registered on the server. Custom features are not supported by ArcGIS Online hosted services.
- Remove the layer from your document.
- Publish to a server other than ArcGIS Online hosted services and make sure that the custom feature is registered on this server.
Custom features allow you to customize geodatabase behavior. For layers using custom features to work as expected in a service, the custom feature must be available to the server. If the custom feature is not accessible by the server, the specialized behavior, or functionality, will be unavailable on the service.
ArcGIS Online allows you to publish GIS web services to a cloud environment administered by Esri. You don't have to install anything; you just sign in to your ArcGIS Online account.
ArcGIS Online hosted services are available through organizational subscriptions to ArcGIS Online. An advantage of using ArcGIS Online is that you don't have to install any server software or tune the services.
As with the ArcGIS Enterprise portal, you can add ArcGIS Server web services to ArcGIS Online in two ways:
- If you want to create a reference to an ArcGIS Server web service to make it easier for others to access and discover the service, add the web service as an item. When an ArcGIS Server web service is added as a layer item, you can store layer configurations such as customized pop-ups and styling with the layer item. The layer configuration is used when you add the layer item to a map or scene.
- You can also add ArcGIS Server web services directly to Map Viewer Classic or Scene Viewer and configure the service layer within a specific map or scene. The maps and scenes you save with those layer configurations can be used in apps.