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2011 WLIA Annual 10C - Putting Survey Records and Maps Online when on a tight budget

2011 WLIA Annual 10C - Putting Survey Records and Maps Online when on a tight budget

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  • 1. Oneida County Online Data
    Putting Survey Records And Maps Online When On A Tight Budget
  • 2. Presenters
    Mike Romportl, Oneida County
    Land Information Director
    Andy Faust, North Central Wisconsin RPC
    Senior GIS Analyst
  • 3. Agenda
    Overview of “The Project”
    Demo of the Website
    Summary
    Questions
  • 4. The Project
    Put survey, parcel, zoning, address, voting, FIRM, PLSS corner certificates, survey notes, and anything else Mike could find in his office online.
    Budget - $0
  • 5. Steps 1
    Organize Data
    9 DVD 43,000 files and around 14GB data
    Batch convert all TIFF images to PDF
    Combined multi pages PDF’s where needed
  • 6. Step 2
    Uploaded all the PDF’s to NCWRPC’s website and opened up folder level file browsing
  • 7. Step 3
    Created a linked PDF report from MS Access database from the county’s survey index. (429 pages)
  • 8. Step 4
    Created HTML form to find maps by number using PHP.
    <html><body>
    <h4>Retrieve an Oneida County Map!</h4>
    <form action="/phpsessions/get.php" method="post">
    <select name="type">
    <option>A</option>
    <option>B</option>
    <option>C</option>
    <option>L</option>
    <option>R</option>
    </select>
    -
    <input name="number" type="text" />
    <input type="submit" />
    </form>
    </body></html>
    <?php
    session_save_path("your home directory path"/cgi-bin/tmp);
    session_start();
    $dir = "_Maps";
    $type = $_POST['type'];
    $number = $_POST['number'];
    echo "<meta http-equiv='refresh' content='0;url=http://www.ncwrpc.org/Oneida_data/Survey_Maps/$type$dir/$type$number.pdf'>";
    ?>
    PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a popular general-purpose server side scripting language which can be embedded into HTML to create a wide variety of mini-applications - Open Source / Free
  • 9. Step 5
    Create a webpage
  • 10. Step 6
    Search for all survey maps by Town / Range / Section
    Needed to get the survey index database into an online searchable database
    MySQL – open source database / FREE!
  • 11. Step 7
    Create a PHP script to find all records by Town / Range / Section
    <?phpsession_start(); $Town = $_POST['Town'];$Range = $_POST['Range'];$Section = $_POST['Section'];$con = mysql_connect('ncwrpc.fatcowmysql.com', 'oneida', 'password');if (!$con) { die('Could not connect: ' . mysql_error()); }mysql_select_db("ncwrpc", $con);$sql = "SELECT * FROM `index5` WHERE `MAPID` = $Town$Range$Section LIMIT 0, 500 ";$result = mysql_query($sql);echo "<table border='2' cellpadding='5' cellspacing='2' bordercolor='#000000' bgcolor='#B8B8B8' ><tr><h2>TOWN: $Town N - RANGE: $Range E - SECTION: $Section</h2><th bgcolor="#669999">MAP1</th><th bgcolor="#669999">DESC. 1</th><th bgcolor="#669999">DESC. 2</th><th bgcolor="#669999">REMARKS</th><th bgcolor="#669999">SURVEYOR</th><th bgcolor="#669999">YEAR</th></tr>";…………………………..etc…………………………
  • 12. Step 8
    Add search to website
  • 13. Search Results
  • 14. Website
  • 15. Demo of Website
    www.ncwrpc.org/Oneida_data
  • 16. Summary
    Free?
    Have a friend (RPC) with a hosting plan
    Be a member of the RPC
    Some knowledge of HTML – Web Servers
    PHP www.php.net
    MySQL www.mysql.com
    Maintenance
    County staff will FTP new survey, parcel, corner certificates as they become available. (survey index database)
    Summary
    Simple way to provide low cost access to records to the public
    3000 to 5000 hits per month since it went public
  • 17. Questions
    www.ncwrpc.org/Oneida_data
    Mike Romportl, Oneida County
    Andy Faust, North Central Wisconsin RPC