This Custom Tool allows users to display Web Scenes that are particularly useful to make 3D data available for visualization and analysis purposes.

 

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More information on this topic can be found in the ArcGIS online help in the section Web scenes.

 

See also the following video on this topic:

WebOffice: Integrating 3D ArcGIS WebScenes 

 

Configure the custom tool ArcGIS_WebScene.htm from the directory C:\Tomcat\webapps\<WebOffice application>\pub\custom_tools as described:

 

(1) Web-Integration - custom Tool

Configure a Web integration - custom tool with the following parameters:

 

URL of external page: pub/custom_pages/forward_splitscreen.jsp?to=pub/custom_tools/ArcGIS_WebScene.htm

JavaScript function: callFromWO

Tool icon: pub/images/esri_WebScene.png

 

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In WebOffice versions prior to 10.9, the URL was pub/custom_pages/forward_splitscreen.jsp?to=../pub/custom_tools/ArcGIS_WebScene.htm. However, due to restructuring in the backend, this was changed with WebOffice 10.9 and must be adjusted in the WebOffice configuration when upgrading from earlier versions.

 

Configuring a custom tool for Web Scene

Configuring a custom tool for Web Scene

 

(2) Simple Custom Tool

Configure a Simple Custom Tool.

 

Configuring a simple custom tool for Web Scene

Configuring a simple custom tool for Web Scene

 

(3) ArcGIS_WebScene.htm - file

For the integration of own WebScenes a configuration in the file ArcGIS_WebScene.htm is necessary, which can be found under the following path:

<Tomcat directory>/webapps/<WebOffice Application>/pub/custom_tools/ArcGIS_WebScene.htm

 

A name, a portal, and the ID of the portal item must be specified here.

ArcGIS_WebScene.htm Datei - Inegration of own WebScenes

ArcGIS_WebScene.htm Datei - Inegration of own WebScenes

 
In general, you can specify in the ArcGIS_WebScene.htm whether a published service is a layer or a WebScene directly. Additionally the parameter 'url' has been added to support Scene servers on which different Scene services can be published. Thus also non-secured service types are supported.

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For further information see here: ArcGIS Enterprise Scene services

 

This file can also be used to define which tools should be available and whether they should be activated or not when the tool is started.

ArcGIS_WebScene.htm Datei - Availability and initial state of the WebScene tools

ArcGIS_WebScene.htm Datei - Availability and initial state of the WebScene tools

 

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See chapter Web Integration - Custom Tool for details about the configuration of custom tools in WebOffice author standalone.

For more information on how to use the tool in WebOffice core client see chapter Web Scene.

WebGL is not in supported in Internet Explorer 11. Because of that WebScenes are not supported in Internet Explorer 11. For more information see chapter Clientside requirements.