04-28-2020 12:35 AM
I'm new member in M.App Studio, I'm having isuses with the filter by attributes function because I don't know how to filll the attributes value within the filter by attributes function to option in .shp file. Could you pls help me how to resolve this isuses
04-28-2020 09:24 AM - edited 04-29-2020 03:29 AM
The Value should follow the syntax of Attribute Name >Operator >Value. For example: if wanting to filter by attributes on States features with annual snowfall greater than or equal to 10 inches it would look like 'ANNULSNOW >= 10'.
Hope that helps,
04-29-2020 12:15 AM
The error message pretty much says it all - you have connected the FeatureOut to a wrong port of 'Convert To Raster' operator. The 'FeaturesOut' port is supposed to go into 'Input' port.
04-29-2020 01:17 AM
I've seen the image in M. Chest, but I can't display it on the Map Editor so you can help me how to resolve issuses the below here:
- changing the image color when converting because the image after conversion is black
- displaying it on the map editor
04-29-2020 01:32 AM
I have a limited knowledge about the Spatial Recipes part, but I would recommend going through our tutorials on the topic:
+ there are also a sample recipes in the Spatial Workshop's left-hand panel that could be useful for your case
If you wish to use the generated imager in M.App Editor, you must firstly publish it in M.App Chest using the Publish button: