Follow the instructions in this chapter to activate editing functionality for the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 Sample Project. The functionality is configured in the project configuration but turned off by default since there have to be done some adjustments. First of all, keep in mind that you can only activate editing if you can fulfill the general prerequisites:

a valid WebOffice 10.9 SP1 advanced license (including the web editing module)

a working enterprise geodatabase (Advantages: Many readers and many writers as well as DBMS size limits)

 

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You can only activate editing if you already have a working WebOffice Sample Project. If this is not the case, start with chapter Publish Map Documents instead.

Copy WebOffice Sample Project Editing Data

Editing sample data can be found in <ArcGIS Server location>\directories\ServiceDocuments\SampleProject\Data\Editing.gdb. Copy (or import) the feature classes into your prepared enterprise geodatabase.

 

Import data from the provided file geodatabase into a prepared enterprise geodatabase

Import data from the provided file geodatabase into a prepared enterprise geodatabase

Adjust the MXDs and Publish the Map Services

In a next step open Editing.mxd and Editing_FeatureTemplate.mxd from the Sample Project folder at your ServiceDocuments directory (e.g.<ArcGIS Server location>\directories\ServiceDocuments\SampleProject). Then open the Layer Properties of the following layers and set the data sources to the enterprise geodatabase feature classes:

 

Editing.mxd:

Points of Interest (Edit)

Sewers (Edit)

Sewer Buildings (Edit)

Properties (Edit)

 

Editing_FeatureTemplate.mxd:

Sewer Buildings (Templates)

 

Change data sources in the layer properties to the SDE feature classes

Change data sources in the layer properties to the SDE feature classes

 

If not done yet, register your enterprise database on the ArcGIS Server via ArcGIS Server Properties.

 

Register the enterprise geodatabase on the ArcGIS Server

Register the enterprise geodatabase on the ArcGIS Server

 

Finally save the map documents and re-publish it (File -> Share as -> Service -> Overwrite an existing service).

For the service Editing activate the capability Feature Access.

 

Activate Feature-Zugriff

Activate Feature-Zugriff

 

For the service Editing_FeatureTemplate leave the properties as they are an publish as described in chapter Publish Map Documents.

Activate Editing in the WebOffice Sample Project

Start WebOffice author standalone and open the WebOffice_SampleProject. Navigate to Edit Project > Tools > Editing and change the parameter Use tool? to true. Then save the project configuration and publish the project.

 

Activate the editing tool in the WebOffice author standalone

Activate the editing tool in the WebOffice author standalone

 

Finally, open SynAdmin and reload the resources of the WebOffice_SampleProject in order to make the new map service available. Now the Editing functionality is available in the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 clients.

 

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Activated editing tool in the WebOffice core client

 

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See chapter Editing for details about the tool configuration in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Edit Layers for details about the configuration of edit layers in the WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Editing for details about editing in the WebOffice core client.

See chapter Editing with Snapping for details about snapping while editing in WebOffice core client.