To use the trace functionality, different use cases can be applied. One use case is based on a specific geometric Network(-type) and has a flags-Layer (start-layer), 1 to n barrier layers and 1 to n result layers.

 

In WebOffice two different types of network tracing are supported: The operations Find connected and Find disconnected are generally available in the clients. Thus it is possible to find connected/disconnected network elements.

 

The tool Net trace enables users to execute specific net trace use cases: For a specific use case you are able to configure a flags-Layer (start-layer), 1 to n barrier layers and 1 to n result layers.

 

To use the net trace functionality in  WebOffice core see chapter Net trace.

 

Use case net trace

Use case net trace

 

Property

Description

Name

Name for use case net trace

Type

The following operations are available for a geometric network:

Find connected

Find disconnected

Trace downstream

Trace upstream

Max features

Set maximum count of features shown in result of the analysis.

Timeout [s]:

Specifies the time [in seconds] to wait for the response of the net trace analysis. Helps to bound the network-wide analyses, when the start flags or barriers are not precisely set.

Map View – net trace tool

Specifies a specific map view/representation model to be displayed when choosing the net trace. If no map view is configured then the current map does not get changed at all and the map does not get updated when using the tool.

Map View – net trace result

Specifies a specific map view/representation model to be displayed when choosing the net trace. If no map view is configured then the current map does not get changed at all.

Only results in the map?

Valid for the result layers. true - only net trace results are displayed in the map. false - both net trace results and all other objects from the result layers.

Use case net trace