Save and Load a WebOffice Project State

Save and Load a WebOffice Project State

 

The end user can save the current status of the WebOffice core client as a bookmark in the browser and load it again. The status contains the following information:

Geo Bookmark

oPosition

oScale

Map View

Language

Layer visibility

Labeling (Markups)

 

After clicking on the tool, a window opens in the browser to specify the name of the bookmark and the storage location.

 

Note: If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, it may be necessary to confirm that you want to add the bookmark. Click Add Bookmark to go to the next browser window.

 

Bookmark Confirmation

Bookmark Confirmation

 

Note: It may happen that the browser used does not support adding bookmarks via script. In this case, copy the link and paste it manually as a bookmark.

 

The Bookmark cannot be added via script

The Bookmark cannot be added via script

 

Add Bookmarks with active WebOffice usermanagement

When you want to add a bookmark and WebOffice usermanagement is activated, the appearance of the tool window changes and several options are available. If project statuses already exist, they are listed in the first box. These can then either be deleted, added or updated. In addition, a new name can be saved for a project status. However, end users can only delete, load or update project statuses that they have created themselves. Likewise, you can permanently save uploaded local geodata with such WebOffice project states, so that they are also available after the current WebOffice session. By clicking on Create Bookmark, the project status can be added as a bookmark in the browser.

 

Adding of Bookmarks with active WebOffice usermanagement

Adding of Bookmarks with active WebOffice usermanagement

 

Note: For more information on configuring the tool in WebOffice author standalone see the chapter Bookmarks.

Note: See chapter WebOffice UserManagement if you want to restrict access to WebOffice 10.9 SP1 projects to create user-based project statuses.

Note: Further information on persisting uploaded local geodata can be found in the chapters Bookmarks and Add Local Data.

Note: For information on the storage location of the various status information, see the WEB-INF Directory chapter.