in the feature Analyzer the measurement of the Date Chart is always measuring the main field definition.
In other Charts there is the possibility to set a different field for the x-axis.
I know the possibility of the stacking option. However, defining the x-axis would be easier to understand.
Would it be possible to extend the Date Chart by this function?
Take some taxi data set that includes the pickup point and time as well as the costs of the drive. At the moment, the date chart can only show the number of pick ups. However, I would like to set the sum of the costs per time.
In the Feature Analyzer of MAE 16.5 all date charts can only be used if there aren't any values of NULL.
If there are values of NULL, the format is taken as incorrect and the chart can't be defined.
However, we have got a lot of examples where it would be reasonable to show date charts containing NA's.
I suggest a similar checkbox as for other charts saying 'Hide Null or Empty Values'. FA_NULLValues.png
for LineVectorLayers there is a possibility to define the style of the features. Thereby, also the selectionColor can be set. I assume the same for Polygons.
<LineVectorLayer Entity="Entity" Color="#483d70" SelectionColor="#ff4cfc" StrokeWidth="1">
For MarkerVectorLayers there is the possibility to define own icons. However, the style of the selection can't be defined (as far as I am right here?) and is always visualized through a violet circle (screenshot).
It would be great to be able to
i. change the style of the 'selection circle' similar to the lineVectorLayer
ii. to define another customized Icon for selected objects.
Thanks and regards,
There is possible to create new OGC services in M.App Enterprise for vector and raster data. Please provide possibility to easy get and copy the URL of these services in Studio GUI.
(It is need to use the URL pattern from documentation now)
after working with Feature Analyzer for a while I think quite a useful function is missing:
Default Button in the UI: Zoom to Features / Fit all to zoom to the filtered / selected features in the map.
Allows the user to focus directly on the desired features in the map without scrolling and searching.
Thanks and regards,
It would be helpful to having an overview about which kind of geometry type a feature class is.
Maybe this could be shown in MAE Studio (see screenshot) and it would be also helfpul for the style editor.
As a holder of spatial data looking to implement M.App Enterprise Mobile I expect all my spatial data will display with fidelity in Mobile. My existing enterprise spatial data includes curves/arcs such as CompoundCurve and CircularString and I expect it will work on Mobile when deployed.
As a studio user of ME I "pimp" the names of my legend entries, so that the users have a better experience.
This means, that a feature "ax_gebaeude" will be renamed in Legend (e.g. Desktop App -> Legend) so that the user sees "Gebäude" and doesn't see any prefixes etc. This works fine.
But: When I come back a few months later and want to do some changes in my legend I am not able to understand which renamend legend entry belongs to which feature class (see attached screenshot).
I suggest that there should be an update that shows me the original fetaure class in Studio, so that I am able to understand the dependencies.
(PS: Yes, I am using significantly more than a few legend entries ;-)
When you display multiple FA Views with M.AppEnt they are contained within their own tabs - all of which say "Feature Analyzer". It would be better if the tabs took on the name of the FA View so as to distinguish them. Suggestion came from a customer.
I would appriciate a new type of chart - a confgurable table presenting statistics for multiple parameters at once, for example:
The names for statistics functions and for parameters should be changeable.
It would be very usufull in case when you have many parameters you want to investigate and you don't want to waste screen space for multiple chart boxes/windows.
Currently, tooltips are available for the Feature Data layers but not for Boundary Data. Tooltips would allow users to identify information about specific polygons and their relationship to the Feature Data.
In the example below I can see the information about the point (bushfire), but I would like to know which polygon (forest) the point falls within.
As a M.App enterprise admin I have multiple vectorsets for different tasks/apps based on common feature classes.
If I modify such a feature class it happens that I must publish multiple vectorsets.
Current behaviour in MAE studio is: press "publish" for a single vectorset, studio page changes to "Cache", I have to go back to Content --> Vectorsets and press "publish" for the next set, and so on.
As a M.App enterprise admin I would find it very helpful to be able to select multiple/all vectorsets and publish them all in one single step (see attached ( and edited) screenshot).
M.App Enterprise should support Microsoft's Active Directory for authorization. The organization's users and roles should be used to manage access to M.Apps. All types of clients (Desktop, Browser and Mobile) should be supported.