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Slides showing the differences between the selection review and the new results panel as of v3.2

Slides showing the differences between the selection review and the new results panel as of v3.2

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3.2 Transitioning to the Results Panel 3.2 Transitioning to the Results Panel Presentation Transcript

  • Dekho 3.2
    Results Panel Upgrade Guide
  • Overview
    Dekho 3.2 introduces a new way to view results from selection, search and identify operations.
    This guide is designed to walk through the functions which were available in pre 3.2 releases and how you do them in 3.2 using the results panel.
    This guide is an in-depth view on Dekho functionality. Its not designed as a user guide.
  • Open and close the panel.
    Pre 3.2
    After a selection or search operation the user would need to click on the selection review button on the toolbar to open the panel
    After an identify operation the identify review panel would open automatically
    3.2
    After a searchselection operation the results panel will expand to display results automatically. After an identify operation if the results panel is open showing selection results - it will change state to show identify results. If the results panel is in the collapsed state, but still contains selection results it will remain in the collapsed state but its content will be the identify results. If there in no selectionsearch results then the results panel will expand automatically if an identify operation is carried out.
  • Resize Panel
    Pre 3.2
    Panels were floating and could be resized using rear right resize handle.
    3.2
    Panel is docked at the foot of the screen. Panel can be resized up or down. Panel can be collapsed or expanded.
    Resize up and down
    Collapse and Expand
  • Switch between selection and identify review
    Pre 3.2
    Separate panels activate by tools on the toolbar
    3.2
    Single panel displays results from all operations.
    Select S icon or I icon to change state (includes tooltip)
    Click to view selection
    Tells you what you’re looking at
  • Results Counts
    Pre 3.2
    Count provided at the folder level in the left hand navigation tree.
    3.2
    Click on second stage of breadcrumb to see layer list and feature count per layer
  • Layer Information Queries
    Pre 3.2
    Select the layer folder in the left hand panel. Right hand panel displays a tab for each layer information query.
    3.2
    Click on the third stage of the breadcrumb to see the layer information queries available for the layer.
  • Feature Information Queries
    Pre 3.2
    Select a feature underneath the layer folder in the left hand panel. Right hand panel displays a tab for each feature information query.
    3.2
    When reviewing data at the layer level, double click on the feature to drill to the feature information level. Click on the fifth stage of the breadcrumb to see the feature information queries available for the feature.
  • Display Single Records
    Pre 3.2
    Single row in a table
    3.2
    By default display is as a ‘property bag’ or key value pairs
  • List Display Type
    Pre 3.2
    When chosen a LIST as a display type for LIQ and FIQ, results could be displayed as a LIST where only one column is displayed without column heading.
    3.2
    List does not exist as a display type. If upgrading all queries using list as their display type are updated to use table. A list can be represented by selecting a single column from a data source and using the table display type.
  • Removing items from selection Pre 3.2
    To remove layer: Select the Layer name on left hand panel and click the REMOVE button on the toolbar at bottom.
    To remove a feature: Select the feature underneath the layer folder in the left hand panel and click the REMOVE button on the toolbar at bottom.
  • Removing items from selection 3.2
    To remove layer: On the second stage of the breadcrumb, select the particular layer name and click the REMOVE button on top right of result panel. To remove a feature: On the third stage of breadcrumb, select particular feature in the result panel and click the REMOVE button on top right of result panel. OR double click on a particular feature in the result panel and click the REMOVE button on top right of result panel.
    October 11 // www.esriaustralia.com.au
  • Exporting Pre 3.2
    To export on layer level: Select the layer name on left hand panel and click the Export to xls(or Export to pdf) button on top right of selection review panel. Similarly to export on feature level, select the feature underneath the layer folder in the left hand panel and click the Export
  • Exporting 3.2
    To export on layer level: On the second stage of the breadcrumb, select the particular layer name and click the Export layer to xls(or Export layer to pdf) button on top right of the results panel. Similarly to export on feature level, double click on a feature in the result panel on third stage of result panel and click the Export feature to xls button on top right of the results panel.
    October 11 // www.esriaustralia.com.au
  • Panning and Zooming to... Pre 3.2
    Pan or Zoom to a layer: Select the Layer name on left hand panel and click the Pan to feature (or Zoom to feature) button on bottom left of selection review panel. Similarly to export on feature level, select the feature underneath the layer folder in the left hand panel and click the Pan to feature(or Zoom to feature) button.
  • Panning and Zooming to... 3.2
    Pan or Zoom to a layer: On the second stage of the breadcrumb, select the particular layer name and click the Pan to layer (or Zoom to layer) button on top right of the results panel. Similarly to export on feature level, select particular feature in the result panel on third stage of result panel and click the Pan to feature(S) (or Zoom to feature(s)) button on top right of the results panel.
    October 11 // www.esriaustralia.com.au
    • Product Information:
    • www.esriaustralia.com.au/dekho
    • Product Documentation:
    • www.esriaustralia.com.au/dekhohelp
    • Product Team Blog:
    • www.esriaustralia.com.au/dekhoblog