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core_Add_Local_Geodata1

Tool "Add Data" in the <%CORE> client

 

Use the tool Add Data to add the following data:

local vector data

local raster data

Find more information about supported data formats in the table in the bottom. Users can also find this information in the online help by clicking the button core_Add_Local_Geodata8 in the Project Settings of the WebOffice core client or using the F1 Key.

 

Important Note: The tool Add Data can only be used if dynamic workspaces are activated for the SynOutputService. Find more details in chapter Add Dynamic Workspaces to SynOutputService.

Note: It's also possible to store uploaded local geodata permanently by using WebOffice states, wherefore these data are also available after the current WebOffice session. Therefore, please consider the necessary settings in WebOffice author standalone (see chapter Bookmarks)  as well as the required steps for saving a WebOffice state (see chapter States).

 

Add Data tool settings in the WebOffice core client

Add Data tool settings in the WebOffice core client

 

The uploaded geodata and its symbology will be displayed in the table of content of the WebOffice core client. Use the text input box Labeling to control the name of the added layer.

 

Note: With the WebOffice core client it is possible to upload geodata with drag & drop directly into the tool form. This function is supported for Internet Explorer 10+, Google Chrome 31+ and Mozilla Firefox 28+.

 

Add Data in the WebOffice core client

Add Data in the WebOffice core client

 

Depending on the format of the uploaded geodata (see table below), the added layer may be available for selection/identify and in the list of snap layers/profiles.

 

Uploaded layer available for selection

Uploaded layer available for selection

 

Uploaded layer available for snapping

Uploaded layer available for snapping

 

It is also possible to remove the layer from the table of content.

 

Remove an added layer from the TOC

Remove an added layer from the TOC

 

Upload of a TXT File

If there is no projection (PRJ file) in the ZIP directory, WebOffice 10.9 SP1 provides the required settings (projection, coordinates) that can be defined after the upload.

 

core_Add_Local_Geodata7

TXT file upload with definition of projection and coordinates

 

Different formats of geodata provide different levels of functionality:

 

Data format

Data extension

Available functionality

Esri Shape

.shp

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing.

Esri Layer Package

.lpk

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing. Uploaded layer packages with more than one layer is also supported.

 

Note: The container file (.lpk) is compressed with the 7z compression mechanism since the introduction of ArcGIS 10.0. the Java-specific Binding Library (sevenzipjbinding.jar) from Sourceforge is applied to extract/unzip the 7z archive files. The sevenzipjbinding-4.65-1.04-rc-extr-only-AllWindows.zip library functions for various process architectures in Windows. The sevenzipjbinding-4.65-1.04-rc-extr-only-AllPlatforms.zip library for the utilization on a Linux server is adequate.

Note: Definition queries within a LPK will be added to the query string using the AND operator.

AutoCAD DWG

.dwg

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing are enabled by default.

Drawing Interchange Format

.dxf

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing are enabled by default.

TXT

.txt

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing. Please find a guidance for the upload of a text file in Upload Point Data with Attributes from a Text File.

GPS eXchange Format

.gpx

Display, search, select, snap, buffer (the uploaded geodata can be used as source and/or target buffer layer) and copy from layer for editing.

 

Note: WebOffice 10.9 SP1 supports .gpx files of version 1.0 and 1.1. Waypoints and routes will get added to the map and table of content at once. Configured styles may be point and line styles; point styles will be available for the waypoints, line styles for the routes/tracks.

 

The following result fields can be displayed in the result list of WebOffice core client:

gpx_name (name)

gpx_desc (description)

gpx_elevation (elevation)

gpx_date (recording date)

gpx_time (time of recording)

gpx_lat (Latitute)

gpx_lon (Longitude)

JPEG Picture

.jpg

Display

JPEG 2000 Picture

.jp2

Display

Portable Network Graphics

.png

Display

Tagged Image File Format

.tif

Display

IMAGINE Image

.img

Display

Esri GRID

 

Display

Keyhole Markup Language

.kml, .kmz

Display

Add Data - supported geodata formats

 

Note: See chapter Add Dynamic Workspaces to SynOutputService for details about adding dynamic workspaces to the SynOutputService.

Note: See chapter Add Data for details about the tool configuration in WebOffice author standalone.

 

 

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