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Make a copy of the hosted feature layer. Refer to ArcGIS Online: Copy and save layers for details on how to do this.In ArcGIS Online or an ArcGIS Enterprise portal, export the hosted feature layer from the portal to a geodatabase. Click Export Data > Export to FGDB, as shown in the following image.From the item details page, click Download to download the geodatabase.Extract the .zip file to a convenient location.In ArcGIS Pro, connect to the folder that contains the file geodatabase downloaded in the previous step. Right-click Folders > Add Folder Connection.Expand the geodatabase to view the feature class and GDB_ServiceItems table.Right-click the feature class, and click Manage.In the Feature Class Properties dialog box, in the Manage tab, uncheck the Editor tracking check box to disable editor tracking on the feature class.Add the feature class to a new or existing map in ArcGIS Pro. From the Contents pane in ArcGIS Pro, open the attribute table for the layer, where the editor tracking fields can be modified.Once done updating the editor tracking fields, save the edits.Run the Enable Editor Tracking geoprocessing tool to enable editor tracking on the feature class again. Make sure to map the fields accordingly and set the Time zone, as shown in the image below.From ArcGIS Pro, right-click the layer in the Contents pane and select Overwrite Web Layer.Note:There are some considerations to be aware of when overwriting an existing hosted feature layer, refer to ArcGIS Pro: Considerations when overwriting web layers for more information.In the Overwrite Web Layer dialog box, select the web feature layer to overwrite.In the Overwrite web layer pane, on the Configuration tab, under Operations, ensure that the Enable editing and allow eidtors to option is checked, and under Properties, the Preserve editor tracking info option is checked.Under Date fields, set the Time zone information.In the Overwrite Web Layer pane, under the General tab, publish the layer.After the layer has successfully published, view the updated editor tracking information in the portal.Click the Data tab to view the updated editor tracking fields for the layer.
Assuming you're on a newer version of Pro (2.3+) you should be able to do what you want. I would take a look at this example. I would highly recommend that you download or clone the pro sdk samples. Once downloaded you can run the sample by following the instructions on the readme (you may also want to download the sample data). Once you get a handle on how they want to you customize ArcGIS Pro, it's pretty powerful. The learning curve is there but once you get started hopefully you'll find that a lot of the concepts are easier than ArcObjects.
In the settings, choose \"Offline grading worksheet\". When students have submitted, click \"View/grade all submissions\" and you can download their assignments from the link \"Download all submissions\" and download the grading sheet from the link \"Download grading worksheet\". You can then edit grades and re-upload the grading worksheet. You can also upload multiple feedback files in a zip from this drop down menu. See Assignment settings for an explanation of how to use the \"upload multiple feedback files as zip\" feature.
Note: To ensure that comments display to students as the marker intends, do instruct students to download the annotated PDF rather than just previewing it. Preview sometimes displays comments in a way which obscures the original text.
File submissions will be downloaded in the format uploaded by the student. Online text submissions will be downloaded as html files. Each file in the zip will be named with the student first and last name followed by a unique identifier (not the user ID number).
If each submission is more than a single file, then submissions may be downloaded in folders by ticking the option 'Download submissions in folders' (below the grading table). Each submission is put in a separate folder, with the folder structure kept for any subfolders, and files are not renamed. Each folder will be named with the student first and last name followed by a unique identifier (not the user ID number).
Note: Helpfully that downloaded worksheet will contain any existing grades and summary comments which have already been given for that assignment i.e. if marking has already started. However, to see pre-existing comments fully you may need to set your spreadsheet to 'wrap text' within cells.
A component that's used within Exchange Server requires a new Visual C++ component to be installed together with Exchange Server. This prerequisite can be downloaded at Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013. For more information, see KB 4295081. 153554b96e