Configure Data Exchange Path

In some cases (e.g. WebOffice plot and WebOffice ePaper) the GIS-Server memory capacity can be overloaded, if the Server Object Extension has to process too much data. In order to avoid these peaks, a data exchange directory has to be configured.

Procedure

To setup a data exchange path, please proceed with following steps:

Open Application Configuration
 

Open the application configuration

Open the application configuration

In subelement WebOffice the element List of Data Share Directories must be added.
 

Adding "List of data share directories" 

Adding "List of data share directories" 

Add element Data Share Path
 

Adding the "Data Share Path"

Adding the "Data Share Path"

Enter required parameters

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The actual folder is copied to the server as described in chapter Publish "SynOutputService". You can also create a new folder at this point and skip the corresponding step of copying later.

Configure "ArcGIS Server Publisher User"

Configure "ArcGIS Server Publisher User"

 

Property

Description

Server

Indicates the hostname of ArcGIS Server.

e.g. http://<server name>:6080/arcgis

Access path from App Sever

Access path from application server.

Specifies the path for accessing the data share directory from the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 application server.

Define a local server drive for Single Server installation scenario or an UNC path for distributed installation scenario.

 

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It is recommended to create the data share directory on the GIS Server (e.g. C:\arcgisserver\directories)

The directory must have the name WebOfficeDataShare, otherwise no Directory Cleanup will be performed (see: Cleanup of Directories)

The same directory must be referenced as the one configured as Access path from GIS Server.

The Windows user account(s) used for running ArcGIS Server and Apache Tomcat must have read and write rights on this directory.

If the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 application server and ArcGIS Server reside on same machine, you can specify the same path like for Access path from GIS Server attribute.

Access path from GIS Server

Access path from GIS Server.

Specifies the path for accessing the data share directory from the GIS Server.

Define a local server drive for Single Server installation scenario or an UNC path for distributed installation scenario.

 

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It is recommended to create the data share directory on the GIS Server (e.g. C:\arcgisserver\directories)

The directory must have the name WebOfficeDataShare, otherwise no Directory Cleanup will be performed (see: Cleanup of Directories)

The same directory, that is configured Access path from App Server, must be referenced!

The Windows user account(s) used for running ArcGIS Server and Apache Tomcat must have read and write rights on this directory.

If the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 application server and ArcGIS Server reside on same machine, you can specify the same path like for Access path from App Server attribute.

List of data share directories configuration

Save application configuration
 

Save the application configuration

Save the application configuration

 

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Always reload the application after changing the application configuration

Reload application

Reload application

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For more information on configuring a data share path in WebOffice author, please have a look in chapter List of data share directories.

To maintain the performance and stability of the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 application, you can find more details about the configuration in Cleanup of Directories.