FacilitiesMap v2.0 Documentation
- Administrator Interface
- 1.0 Introduction
- 2.0 Menu Sections
- 3.0 How To
- How to add a Create Point Feature function
- How to add a custom command button to the map toolbar
- How to add a GeoSearch to your FM Installation
- How to add FacilitiesMap Plotting
- How to add FacilitiesMap Plotting custom images
- How to add the Clear Selection map toolbar button
- How to add the Locate Me function (aka Get Location)
- How to add the Toggle Legend map toolbar button
- How to back up your FacilitiesMap and map data
- How to capture and send a point to Google Maps
- How to change the order of the Infobar Search Dropdown
- How to keep the FacilitiesMap and Mapguide session from timing out while in use.
- How to Set Up a Floor Plan Viewer
- Link from Third Party Apps (Draft)
- Release Notes
- Front End Interface
- Logging In
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