If you have configured an automatic map update for visualizing very dynamic data, it is useful to provide information to the user concerning the topicality of the data. Therefore you need a Timestamp in your data which you may select using a SQL query. This SQL query can be applied using a database connection to your data. The result is stored in a variable named $TIMESTAMP$ and may be visualized in the client using the copyright text.


Timestamp configuration

Timestamp configuration




SQL query

SQL query returning the time of the last database update

Database connection

Database connection for querying the last timestamp

Timestamp - WebOffice category



See also chapter Copyright for details.

A database connection has to be configured. See chapter DB Connections for details on how to configure a database connection.