Administrate a c2cgeoportal application

The administration interface is located at http://<server>/<project>/admin.

Authentication for the administration interface is done through the main application interface. Role role_admin is required.

To Be Done

Layer

The layers in the admin interface has the following attributes:
  • Name: the name of the WMS layer/group, or he WMTS layer. It also used throw OpenLayers.i18n to display the name on the layers tree.
  • Order: used to order the layers and group on the layer tree.
  • Metadata URL: optional, with WMTS if it’s empty it will be get throw the capabilities.
  • Public: make the layer public, also it is accessible throw the Restriction areas.
  • Visible: if it’s false the layer is just ignored.
  • Checked: the layer is checked by default.
  • Icon: icon on the layer tree.
  • KML 3D: optional, URL to a KML to display it on the Google earth view.
  • Display legend: it checked the legend is display on the layer tree.
  • Legend image: URL to overwrite the default legend image.
  • Min/Max resolution: resolutions between which data are displayed by the given layer, used to zoom to visible scale, with WMS if it’s empty we get the values from the capabilities.
  • Disclaimer: optional, copyright of the layer, used by Disclaimer.
  • Identifier attribute field: field used to identify a feature from the layer, e.g.: ‘name’, used by FeaturesWindow.
  • Related Postgres table: the related postgres table, used by the Editing.
  • Attributes to exclude: the list of attributes that shouldn’t appear in the Editing so that they cannot be modified by end user.
  • Restrictions area: the areas throw witch the user can see the layer.
  • Parents: the groups and theme in witch the layer is.
On internal WMS layer we have the following specific attributes:
  • Image type: the type of the images.
  • Style: the used style, can be empty.
  • Legend rule: the legend rule used to get the layer icon, if empty we use the Icon.
On external WMS layer we have the following specific attributes:
  • Base URL: the base URL of the WMS server.
  • Image type: the type of the images.
  • Style: the used style, can be empty.
  • Legend rule: the legend rule used to get the layer icon, if empty we use the Icon.
  • Single tile: use the single tile mode.
On WMTS layer we have the following specific attributes:
  • Base URL: the URL to the WMTS capabilities.
  • Style: the used style, if not present we use the default style.
  • Dimensions: a JSON string that gives the dimensions, e.g.: { "YEAR": "2012" }, if not provided default values are used.
  • Matrix set: the used matrix set, if there only one matrix set in the capabilities it can be empty.
  • WMS server URL: optional, URL to a WMS server to use for printing and querying. The URL to the internal WMS is used if this field is not specified.
  • Query layers: optional, a comma-separated list of WMS layers used for querying.
  • WMS layers: optional, a comma-separated list of layers used for printing, and for querying if Query layers is not set.

Note

You can use both WMS layers and Query layers if you want that different sets of WMS layers are used for printing and querying. If you want to define WMS layers but no Query layers, set it to [].

LayerGroup

  • Name: used throw OpenLayers.i18n to display the name on the layers tree.
  • Order: used to order the layers and group on the layer tree.
  • Metadata URL: optional.
  • Expanded: is expanded on the layer tree by default.
  • Internal WMS: if true it can include only Internal WMS layers, if false it can include only external WMS or WMTS layers.
  • Group of base layers: if not Internal WMS replace radio button by check box.

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