Add to Bookmarks tool in the WebOffice core client

Add to Bookmarks tool in the WebOffice core client

 

The Add to Bookmarks tool enables users to store the current state of the WebOffice core client as browser favorite respectively bookmark. This state will include the current settings of:

map extent

oposition

oscale

map view

language

layer visibilities

markups

 

After clicking the tool a browser dialog pops up to enter a name for the favorite and to specify where to store the favorite.

 

Confirm the bookmark

Confirm the bookmark

 

Note: If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, you might have to confirm to add a bookmark due to security restrictions. Click Add Bookmark again to proceed to the browser dialog.

 

No support for adding bookmarks by script

No support for adding bookmarks by script

 

Note: It might happen that your browser does not support adding bookmarks by script. In this case, you can copy the link and create the bookmark manually.

 

The Bookmark cannot be added via script

The Bookmark cannot be added via script

 

 

 

Adding Bookmarks with Active WebOffice usermanagement

Whenever you want to add a bookmark while WebOffice usermanagement is activated, the tool dialog will look slightly different and will offer more options. If previous project states are available, they get listed in the first box, from where you can either load or delete them or you enter a name for a new project state and save it. User can only load or delete project states created by themselves. By clicking Create Bookmark you can add the project state to your browser favorites as described above. Existing project statuses can be overwritten with Update.

 

Adding a bookmark with active WebOffice usermanagement

Adding a bookmark with active WebOffice usermanagement

 

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

Note: See chapter WebOffice UserManagement for details if you want to restrict your WebOffice 10.9 SP1 project in order to provide user-based project states.

Note: See chapter WEB-INF Directory for details about the location where states get saved.