|Version 4 (modified by fxp, 4 years ago)|
ISO19115 extent map editor and map viewer
|Contact(s)||Francois, Patrick valsecchi, Eric Lemoine|
|Last edited|| |
|Assigned to release||2.5.0|
Add a GeoExt map panel in order to draw and display on a map the bounding box or bounding polygon of an ISO 19115 metadata record. ...
- Type: GUI Change
- App: GeoNetwork
- Module: Editor
- Email discussions:
- Other wiki discussions:
- Vote proposed by X on Y, result was +/-n (m non-voting members).
The current configuration is based on:
- 4 input fields to define bounding box coordinates with a list of regions to quickly set up those 4 values.
- Bounding polygon could be define using GML object definition within the editor. But then user need to type coordinate of gmd:polygon elements manually.
The propsed change is to display a map in edit/view mode in order to be able to draw/display the metadata extent.
The map is in default WGS84 projection. In view mode:
- the map navigation is disabled
- the map zoom to the feature
- one map is displayed for each extent bounding polygon or bounding box.
In editing mode:
- a clear button allows to clear the feature on the map.
- navigation and mouse coordinate controls are available
- Bounding box
- a draw rectangle tool is activated for bounding box.
- the list of region is available to quickly define a bounding box and the description if available.
- if more than one projection is defined in the configuration file, editor could display coordinates in another projection (does not change map projection, only form field content).
- Bounding polygon
- a draw polygon tool is activated for bounding polygon
The config-gui.xml allows to define global parameters:
- map size
- list of projection (used to display bounding box coordinate in different projection.
New librairies are needed:
These libraries will be needed for Intermap to OpenLayers? migration also. ExtJS could also be used instead of the modalBox lib.
- Change map projection.
- Select feature from WFS (on going)
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