What’s New in WebOffice 10.5 SP2

WebOffice 10.5 Service Pack 2 (SP2) is now available and offers several new features:


Flex Client

Final user interface optimization and replacement of old Flex client

The user interface re-design has now been finished. In addition, the ArcGIS API for JavaScript has been updated to version 4.5. From now on, the new Flex Client replaces the older Flash-based Flex Client.

Configure individual skins

Create own styles to meet the requirements of your corporate identity (CI). Possibilities to adapt the interface range from UI color adjustments, text color, dividing lines or mouseover colors to font type and symbols used. 


Core Client

Search and edit on published ArcGIS tables (Feature Service or Map Service)

By integrating tables into your WebOffice projects, additional attributive information can be provided to users. Tables can be published in ArcGIS Enterprise (ArcGIS Server) within a Map Service or Feature Service. The related table entries are searchable and editable (create, modify, delete).

WebOffice author wizard “Create WFS query”

Since many cities provide OGD in Web Feature Service (WFS) format, a new WebOffice wizard now offers the option to create predefined WFS queries. Thereby, the configuration of the search field types text input box, value list, and value list with auto completion are supported. All you need is the WFS URL, the XML namespace no longer needs to be specified.

Multipart geometry- operation "merge" for multipart- and singlepart objects

This edit action allows you to build one multipart feature based on multiple existing (selected) objects. New with SP2: You can select and merge more than 2 objects simultaneously. Additionally, it is now possible to merge several multipart features together.

Edit and copy referenced line geometries by m-values

Two new configurable actions "CopyFromM" and "EditByM" extend the m-based editing functionality of line features. "CopyFromM" allows you to create line geometries determined by the m-value ranges of linear referencing. The configurable editing action "EditByM" allows you to edit line geometries using the m-value ranges of linear referencing.