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For each Reference to map service of map collection a set of properties is available:

 

Reference to map service of map collection configuration

Reference to map service of map collection configuration

 

Property

Description

Legend visible?

Specifies if the legend (symbology) gets displayed dynamically in the WebOffice core client.

Hint: If complex symbology is displayed, it may be useful to avoid display of legend symbology in the WebOffice core client.

Related map service

Related map service.

Visible in map?

Used to define the initial visibility of the service.

If visible is not specified explicitly ("auto"), the map service is initially displayed.

- off: the map service is not shown (switched to invisible)

- on: the map service is shown (visible)

- auto: The previously set visibility will be applied when switching to the map view. If the map view is active at project start, the map service will be visible.

Visible in TOC?

Used to define the initial visibility of the element in the TOC.

- off: The element is not shown (switched to invisible)

- on: The element is shown (visible)

- auto: The previously set visibility will be applied when switching to the map view. If the map view is active at project start, the map service will be visible in the TOC.

Minimum scale

Minimum scale.

If set to 0 then this value does not get taken into consideration and the layer visibility scale range specified in the MXD document is relevant only.

If, e.g. for scales < 1:100,000 the map should not be displayed anymore then configure the value 100000.

Note: This parameter does not affect the scale levels taken into consideration by the MapTip tool. This parameter is exclusively used to reduce map image transfer between client and server.

Maximum scale

Maximum scale.

If set to 0 then this value does not get taken into consideration and the layer visibility scale range specified in the MXD document is relevant only.

If, e.g. for scales > 1:100,000 the map should not be displayed any more, then configure the value 100000.

Note: This parameter does not affect the scale levels taken into consideration by the MapTip tool. This parameter is exclusively used to reduce map image transfer between client and server.

Expanded in TOC?

Specifies if the map service is displayed expanded (on) or collapsed (off) in the table of content.

Note: Default value auto provides expanded map services when starting a WebOffice 10.8 SP2 project. See chapter Table of Content for details.

Expandable in TOC?

Specifies if the map service can be expanded or not. If not then the user is only able to switch the visibility of the whole service but not for individual layers of this service.

Visibility changeable by user?

Specifies if the map service visibility can be changed by the user.

Note: Please consider, that the map service visibility cannot be changed within a basemap view. 

Transparency level [%]

Transparency level [%]. Useful for blending map services.

Note: If a value other then 0 is used, performance may drop down because of necessary image blending.

Reference to map service of map collection properties

 

It is recommended to Put as much Information as Possible into the Map Document in order to reduce administration work in WebOffice author standalone. Go through the chapters carefully and then continue with configuration in WebOffice author standalone.

 

Layer list of a map service configuration

Layer list of a map service configuration

 

For each map service in the table of content it is possible to configure a layer list of map service which can contain several Layer Groups or Layers. By configuring these elements you may

override attributes of existing elements in the ArcMap table of content

add attributes to existing elements of the ArcMap table of content

Note: It is neither possible to change the display order of layer groups nor layers by configuring a WebOffice 10.8 SP2 table of content structure different to the ArcMap table of content.

 

Note: See Best Practices chapters Table of Content and Layer Properties before you start configuring the table of content in WebOffice author standalone.

Note: See chapter Table of Content (TOC) for details about the configuration of WebOffice 10.8 SP2 TOC.

Note: See chapter Table of Content for details about the TOC appearance in the WebOffice core client.