In order to use the function Identify in the WebOffice map widget testcontainer just activate the function in Tools. In general the WebOffice map widget supports two different kinds of identifying features:

Identify via cross hair

Identify via freely selectable click point

 

Identify via cross hair

By panning the map underneath the cross hair, features can be selected for identify. If a feature is found, an OK button appears. The OK button causes to get a response of the selected feature to the Java Script callback function.

 

Identify via freely selectable click point

By clicking a feature on the map it can be selected for identify. If a feature is found, in the upper part of the WebOffice map widget the text Getting Info... appears and the response of the selected feature is passed to the callback function. This option is optimized for identifying features on mobile devices via a stylus.

 

Input parameters

Description

Query ID

External layer ID on the WebOffice 10.9 R3 query layer.

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The layer must be identifiable/selectable.

Return Key

Specifies the field to be returned in the response.

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It is possible to select more return keys by using the Ctrl key on the keyboard. Please ensure to configure the returnkey as Result Field of the Geolocator query.

Callback

Specifies the JavaScript callback function.

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The callback functions in the Callback.js are reserved for the WebOffice map widget testcontainer. Please ensure to use different notations for your own callback functions in order to avoid complications when calling the JavaScript functions.

set as startmode

By activating the parameter, the tool will be activated initially after the Map Widget update.

set as clickmode

By checking this parameter the tool's mode will change to identify via clickmode (instead of identify via cross hair).

show query list

By activating the parameter, a layer selection of all available searches in spatial selection tools (IDENTIFY (Identify)SELECT AREA, SELECT LINE) is displayed.

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The prerequisite is that the topics are marked with an external layer ID.

The desired topics for the layer selection must be entered in the selection list Query ID (in the case of the testcontainer) or specified as URL parameters.

The selection in the test container can be achieved by holding down the <SHIFT> or <CTRL> key + selecting with the left mouse button (multiple selection).

All configured search result fields of a search layer are returned (mandatory RETURNKEY is not required for tools in combination with layer selection).

Input parameter - Identify in WebOffice map widget testcontainer

 

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Identify via crosshairs

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Identify via crosshairs

 

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Identify via clickmode

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Identify via clickmode

 

WebOffice map widget Test container - Identify with enabled layer list

WebOffice map widget Test container - Identify with enabled layer list

 

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WebOffice 10.9 R3 also supports the functionality of reverse geocoding for the WebOffice map widget in both modes - via cross hair and clickmode.

 

If a Geolocator is configured in your WebOffice 10.9 R3 project, the Identify Tool will also list:

the external ID for the geolocator query

the configured result fields for the geolocator query

 

 

Using this tool it is possible to get any addresses from the geolocator service by identifying any location in the map (either via cross hair or via clickmode).

 

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Reverse Geocoding

WebOffice map widget testcontainer - Reverse Geocoding

 

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More information on configuring the Reverse Geocoding in WebOffice author standalone can be found in the chapter Geolocators.

More information on configuring the Identify tool in WebOffice author standalone can be found in the chapter Identify.