A corresponding value range must also be configured for each range slider. The following types of value ranges are available for selection:

 

Numeric value range

This value range contains numerical values that increase in a defined sequence.

 

Configuration of a numeric value range

Configuration of a numeric value range

 

TYPE

FORMAT

Minimum value

Sets the smallest value to be displayed on the range slider.

Maximum value

Sets the largest value to be displayed on the range slider.

Segment length

Defines the length of a section on the range slider. This is a number which, together with the Section Unit parameter, defines a section.

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The interpretation of this value depends on the configuration of the Section Unit parameter.

Segment unit

The unit of length of a section on the range slider:

 

Equal Intervals (Standard)

By configuring the Length section parameter, the range slider provides a corresponding number of equal sections based on the underlying data.
 
Step Size

The configuration of the Length section parameter determines the exact interval between two steps on the range slider.

Properties of a numeric value range

 

Date value range

This value range contains date values that increase in a defined sequence.

 

Configuration of a date value range

Configuration of a date value range

 

TYPE

FORMAT

Minimum value

Sets the smallest value to be displayed on the range slider.

Maximum value

Sets the largest value to be displayed on the range slider.

Segment length

Determines the length of a section on the range slider. This is a number which, together with the parameter Section Unit, defines a section.

Segment unit

The unit of length of a section on the range slider.

Properties of a date value range

 

Automatically generated value list

This value list contains all values currently occurring on the affected layers.

 

Configuration of an automatically generated value list

Configuration of an automatically generated value list

 

Manually configured value list

This value list contains values that can be freely configured.

 

Configuration of a manually configured value list

Configuration of a manually configured value list

 

 

TYPE

FORMAT

Configured values and labels

Defines the values that shall be displayed on the range slider. The | symbol is used for separating values, e.g. 1|2|3|4.

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Values of the type NUMERIC must be given as integer or using . (dot) as decimal separator, e.g. 12.1|12.58|13.4158

Values of the type DATE must be given in the format DD.MM.YYYY HH:MM:SS (e.g. 25.12.2018 00:00:00) or YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS (e.g. 2018-12-25 00:00:00) or as Unix Timestamp in milliseconds (e.g. 1545696000000). A time value without a date may be given as HH:MM:SS (e.g. 15:45:00).

 

If no label is defined, the value is also used for the label.

If CodedValues are defined on the field, or lookup definitions are configured here, these are used for the labels if the raw-value (code) is given as value and no label is defined.

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The order on the range slider will be the same as the order of values that are entered here.

Property of a manually configured value list