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List of Geo-Bookmarks

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Geo bookmarks are a kind of a bookmark that deposit certain spatial extents and can be called via one mouse click. Geo bookmarks can be created in ArcMap and transferred into WebOffice 10.8 SP2 or you can create them directly in WebOffice author standalone.

 

Note: Geo bookmarks can be easily obtained by the ArcMap Toolbar for WebOffice author. See especially chapter Get Geo-Bookmarks from ArcMap for details how to transfer geo bookmarks into your WebOffice 10.8 SP2 project.

 

The element List of Geo-Bookmarks contains all transferred/configured geo bookmarks. With this parameter it is possible to change the alias for geo bookmarks in the user interface of the client.

 

List of geo-bookmarks configuration

List of geo-bookmarks configuration

 

Property

Description

Alias for Geo Bookmarks

Alias for geo bookmarks in the WebOffice 10.8 SP2 user interface.

Note: Keep in mind that in WebOffice mobile client, only 8 characters in total (including blanks) can be displayed in the upper toolbar due to the limited space.

Save user bookmarks

Allow/deny saving of user related Geo-Bookmarks when usermanagement is set active.

Note: If there are no bookmarks configured as well as no user related bookmarks for the logged in user are available and saving of user bookmarks is not allowed, then the bookmarks area is not shown at all.

List of geo-bookmarks properties

 

Via the context menu it is possible to create geo bookmarks without having them created before in ArcMap. In the project configuration it is also possible to delete geo bookmarks that were transferred.

 

Geo-bookmark configuration

Geo-bookmark configuration

 

Property

Description

Name

The name of the geo bookmark.

Geo-Bookmark ID

Defines the ID of the geo bookmark, that can be used in parametrized HTTP calls to WebOffice.

Xmin (min. easting)

Minimum in geographic units, corresponds to the left side of the map view.

Ymin (min. northing)

Minimum in geographic units, corresponds to the bottom of the map view.

Xmax (max. easting)

Maximum in geographic units, corresponds to the right side of the map view.

Ymax (max. northing)

Maximum in geographic units, corresponds to the top of the map view.

Geo-bookmark properties

 

 

By clicking the button to the right of the configuration parameters, WebOffice author standalone takes over the respective extent values from ArcMap/ArcGIS Pro. Alternatively, the entire map extent of the ArcMap/ArcGIS Pro project can be taken  by clicking on the "Take all extent values" button.

 

Note: See chapter Geo Bookmarks for information about geo-bookmarks in the WebOffice html client.

Note: See chapter Geo Bookmarks for information about geo-bookmarks in the WebOffice flex (flash) client.