Creating a New Functionality Profile

To create a new functionality profile:

  1. Click the Create New button.
    The New Functionality Profile page appears.
  2. Enter the name of the new functionality profile in the Name textbox, then click the Create button.
    Note: The functionality profile name:
    • must contain only characters from the Latin alphabet
    • must not contain any spaces or special characters
    • is case sensitive
  3. Enter the repository path in the Repository folder text box to save the new functunality profile. The repository name must starts with root /.
  4. You can also click on the button. The Select a Folder dialog box opens.
  5. Click on the New Folder button to create a new folder or you can select an existing folder from the list.
    You can view the folders in Tree view or List view. The Search option is availabe in the List View.
  6. Select a folder and click Select.
  7. Select the options available under User Capabilities section.
    Sign in Enable or disable Sign in option for specific map project.

    Note: Users can still login to secured Map Project if they directly hit the URL as they will be redirected to the Login Page.

    Switching between map project Enable or disable the Map Project Switcher in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Editing table

    Enable or disable editing preferences for tables present in map projects. It has following options:

    > Geometry and Attribute

    When selected, a user can edit the attribute data and/or the geometry and they can also insert or delete records. Whether they are able to perform these is determined by the CREATE, MODIFY and DELETE permissions assigned on each table.

    When de-selected, a user cannot edit any data regardless of whether the logged in user has Spectrum permissions to edit some of the tables in that map project. It is a default option.

    > Attributes only When selected, a user can only edit attribute data. The user cannot edit the geometry and cannot insert or delete records. They will need MODIFY permission on the table to perform attribute edits.
  8. Select the options available under Layers section.
    Add Spectrum spatial layers Enable or disable the user to add Spectrum spatial layers in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Add Local files (CSV, XLS, GEOJSON, KML) Enable or disable the user to add local files (like- csv, xls, geojson, kml) in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
  9. Select the options available under Annotations section.
    Annotation tools Enable or disable the Annotation tools options in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    > Annotation KML import/export Select to enable or disable user to import and export KML files through annotation manager on connect.
    > Summarize data in annotations Select to enable or disable Summarize Data in Annotation feature on connect application.
    Measuring tools Enable or disable Measuring tools options in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Drive time / Drive distance polygon (Travel boundary) Select to enable or disable drive time polygon annotation in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Travel boundary configuration Select the available ERM configurations from the drop down list to be displayed in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
  10. Select the options available under Print Settings section to set print preferences, enable printing only if a layer is enabled in the legend, and publish or un-publish print template in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Printing Enable or disable printing.
    > Scaled Printing Select to enable scaled printing.
    > Enable Printing only when a layer is on Select to enable printing only when overlays are turned on by the end-user (for cases where you do not wish users to print maps with only the base map showing).
    Print Templates Select the template(s) that you want to display in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst for printing map. It lists all the templates that you have designed in Print Template Designer.
  11. Select the options available under Application Behavior section to set the initial behavior of Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Map legend initially collapsed Select to show map legend in collapsed form when the map project initially loads on connect.
    Display Zoom labels Display the zoom labels on the map. The text labels that appear on the zoom slider to indicate which zoom level the user is viewing (for example, street view versus city view).
    Feature information limit Enter maximum number of feature info result to display on connect. The range is from 50 to 1000 results.
    Copyright Enter the copyright notice for the map. This copyright notice displays in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst only if the corresponding map is visible.
  12. Select the options available under Search Behavior section to set the initial behavior of the search in Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
    Address Search Dataset
    Displays the location dataset or geocoder used for the location search. You must select one from the drop-down list.
    Note: The Bing International Geocoder cannot be enabled if Google maps are present.
    Search in this country or city The administrator (admin) can configure the country or city for which the search results can be prioritized while using International Geocoder as the Locator Search Dataset. The text added for the City and/or Country will be appended to any search text keyed in by the user.
    Search results limit Enter maximum number of address search result to display on connect. The range is from 50 to 1000 search results.
    Wildcard search
    Select to enable or disable the wild card search. This option is available only for the Locate service.
    Note: This option is disabled for other services like Bing.
    Quick search Enable to display Admin specified queries on the left hand panel of Spectrum Spatial™ Analyst.
  13. Select the options available under Watermark section to specify the source file, size and transparency of a watermark image for the map.
    Use Watermark Select to enabale or disable watermark.
    > Use Exsisting Watermark

    When selected it allows you to use existing watermark image or upload a new watermark image.

    Change - Click on Change link option to select/delete or upload a new Watermark image. A Watermark dialog box appears.

    Upload - Click on Upload Watermark Image link to upload a new watermark image. The supported image format is .gif, .png, .jpeg or .jpg. You can upload a new Watermark image up to 1024 * 1024 px.

    Apply - Click on Apply button to apply new watermark. The applied watermark file name is displayed on the top right corner of the Manage Watermark Images dialog box.

    To delete watermark, you can hover over any watermark image and get the option to delete it.

    Note: You cannot delete currently used watermark image.

    Use URL Enter a URL specifying the location of the image to use as a watermark. This must be a JPEG, GIF or PNG image. For example, http://myserver/connect/resources/images/watermark.gif
    Opacity Move the slider to choose the transparency for watermark image. A value of 100% means the watermark image will be completely transparent. A red dot is displayed beside the slider to indicate the effect of the transparency value.
    Height\Width (px) Enter the width and height of the displayed image, in pixels. These values can be larger than, equal to, or smaller than the actual image dimensions and the image will be scaled appropriately. These values must be integers. For example, enter 512 in the Width field and 256 in the Height field.
    Preview Click on the Preview button to display the watermark image with transparency applied.
  14. Click Save to save the new functionality profile. It is listed on the left hand side of the screen under the Functionality Profiles.
  15. Click Cancel to move back to previous page without creating functionality profile.