Geoprocessing Output Parameters

Define a Geoprocessing Output Parameter to provide a default value for a specific geoprocessing parameter.



This chapter only refers to the configuration of the Geoprocessing tool in WebOffice author standalone. More details about the supported parameters of WebOffice 10.9 SP1 can be found in the chapter Prepare Geoprocessing Service.


Configuration Geoprocessing input parameters

Configuration Geoprocessing input parameters




Alias name of the Geoprocessing parameter

Alias name of the Geoprocessing output parameter, which is shown within the Table of contents, as well as in the caption of a result list.

Name of the Geoprocessing parameter

Name of the Geoprocessing output parameter which should be pre-initialized with a given value.



Open the geoprocessing task REST URL in a browser in order to identify the available geoprocessing parameters easily. Example: http://<myserver>/ArcGIS/rest/services/<myService>/GPServer/<geoprocessing task>


Identify geoprocessing parameter name in the ArcGIS REST services directory

Identify geoprocessing parameter name in the ArcGIS REST services directory

User may change?

Specifies whether the user may change or set the input parameter value.

Parse Hyperlinks?

If this setting is set to true, hyperlinks will be searched for in the search result and they will be displayed as such.

Hyperlink Column names

A comma separated List of Column names which should be searched for Hyperlinks. If no field is entered, all columns are searched for hyperlinks, in the Html client all string values are then clickable. This setting should only be used with Parse Hyperlinks set on True. The names are not case sensitive.

Example: Homepage, Result Link, site

Geoprocessing input parameter properties



For more details about the configuration of the ArcGIS Server geoprocessing service in WebOffice author standalone see chapter ArcGIS Server Geoprocessing Service.

For more details on the configuration of the geoprocessing tool in WebOffice author standalone see chapter Geoprocessing.

Mit WebOffice 10.9 SP1 it is possible to pass parameters dynamically to the geoprocessing tool. See chapter Integrate Geoprocessing Service for details.