Geoprocessing tool in the WebOffice core client

Geoprocessing tool in the WebOffice core client

 

Using the Geoprocessing tool it is possible to utilize spatial analysis in the WebOffice core client. Depending on the prepared geoprocessing tool one or more input parameters can be defined before the button Start Geoprocessing Task executes the geoprocessing task. Supported input types are

text input field

checkbox

value list

date field

file upload

 

Note: For details about the various input types, please see chapter Prepare a Geoprocessing Service.

Note: Wheter an input parameter is visible/changeable for the user depends on the configuration of the Geoprocessing Input Parameter in WebOffice author.

 

The parameter description that has been defined during the geoprocessing service publishing process can be accessed by moving the mouse on the html_Project1 button. A * marks a mandatory parameter that has to be filled before being able to start the geoprocessing task.

 

Geoprocessing tool dialog example in WebOffice core Client

Geoprocessing tool dialog example in WebOffice core Client

 

After the geoprocessing task has been successfully executed, a temporary layer will be added to the table of content that is available until the session end. Depending on the Message Level of the Geoprocessing Service, the button Show Task Messages provides all messages that were returned to the WebOffice core client.

 

Geoprocessing tool example in the WebOffice core client

Geoprocessing tool example in the WebOffice core client

 

 

Example of the returned messages after the execution of a geoprocessing tool in the WebOffice core client

Example of the returned messages after the execution of a geoprocessing tool in the WebOffice core client

 

 

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

Note: See chapter ArcGIS Server Geoprocessing Service for details about the configuration of the geoprocessing service in WebOffice author.

Note: See chapter Geoprocessing Input Parameter for controlling input parameters.

Note: See chapters Prepare a Geoprocessing Service and What is a geoprocessing service? for information about preparatory steps to use geoprocessing in WebOffice 10.9 SP1.

Note: See chapter Integrate Geoprocessing for information about passing parameters from selected features to a geoprocessing tool.

Note: Geoprocessing tools that need parameters which are not supported by WebOffice 10.9 SP1 are ignored.