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The Table of Content displays all available map services, layer groups and layers in the Ribbon Menu of the WebOffice core Clients. In the following example, there are 3 map services with their respective layer groups. In addition, a layer underneath it can also contain the topics of the individual layers. If available, a legend is also displayed in the Table of Content. If the map view is changed, this will result in a change of the Table of Content according to the services included in the map view.

It is also possible to filter by content in the current map extent using the Layer Filter.

 

Notes: 

For more information on the Layer Filter please visit the chapter Table of Content.

If no map view is declared by default, it is composed of the project settings configured under Table of Content.

 

 

Example of a Table of Content with Layer Filter in the WebOffice core client

Example of a Table of Content with Layer Filter in the WebOffice core client

         

Example of a Table of Content with active Layer Filter in the WebOffice core client

Example of a Table of Content with active Layer Filter in the WebOffice core client

 

The user can control the visibility of individual map services, layer groups or layers by activating or deactivating the check mark in the respective line.

 

Map Services

Dynamic map services can be activated or deactivated separately either via the map service, the layer group or the layer.

Cached map services can only be activated or deactivated via the map service, not via the layer group or layer.

If map services are not available, this is indicated by a corresponding message within the map area.

 

Warning messages in WebOffice core Client in the map area 

Warning messages in WebOffice core Client in the map area 

 

 

Dynamic Mode

Non-visible scale related layers are displayed in gray in the Table of Content. These layers can be hidden from the Table of Content by changing to dynamic mode.core_function_ribbon_menu05

 

 

Presentation of non visible layers due to scale restrictions 

Presentation of non visible layers due to scale restrictions

 

 

Thematic mapping

In the Table of Content, additional thematic mapping of individual layers can be used for visualization within the map. The symbology of a layer can be changed dynamically. The user can select the style of a layer via defined layer files and display it on the map.

dynamical change of the symbology in the WebOffice core client 

dynamical change of the symbology in the WebOffice core client

 

context menu

You can also use the right mouse button (or by clicking the icon core_function_ribbon_menu07) to display additional options using a context menu for map service or layer groups and layers. The following table describes the various options available in the context menu.

 

symbol

functional description

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Zooms to the extent of the respective layer

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Opens the Service Properties (Transparency, Mapservice Timeouts)

Note: 

This icon is only available at WebOffice core client.

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Change Service order

It is now possible in the WebOffice core Client to change the order of the services shown in the Table of Content

Note: 

For further information on how to configure the change of the service order please see chapter Table of Content of the WebOffice author standalone

 

Transparency

Settings to determine the level of transparency of the map service

Note: 

Setting up/configuring transparency can result in rasterization when printing. Refer to the Rastering chapter for more information.

 

Mapservice Timeout

Maximum waiting time to call up the map service

functional description of the context menu of the Table of Content in the  WebOffice core client

 

Dynamic legend

The Table of Content supports the display of dynamic and static legends in WebOffice core client. In addition, the defined legends can also be translated into other languages and visualized in the Table of Content.

 

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