[Mapbender-users] mapbender: wfs-t abilities

Arnulf Christl arnulf.christl at wheregroup.com
Fri Jul 18 02:12:56 EDT 2008

Albrecht.Weiser at hzd.hessen.de wrote:
> Hi List,
> i want to test a client which is able to perform as a wfs-t client. It 
> should be able to set a point (in case of a point feature) and  to open 
> a featureType attribute table mask in which i can edit the newly created 
> point's attributes (and then save it back).
> I know that mapbender is able to act as a wfs-t client (means it saves 
> the point to the database), but does it do the latter issue too? Can i 
> edit the attributes of the created feature too? Does somebody have some 
> experiences with that?
> Thanks
> Albrecht

Hi Albrecht,
yes, Mapbender can insert, update and delete WFS-T features since 
roughly two years and is used in productive environments. You can check 
the digitizing WFS-T functionality on several demo portals.

Find an older version here:

Log in as test / test and select "gui_digitize" from the list.

The default user interface has not been optimized - its ugly. :-)

To select a feature use the buttons on the top right. The objects will 
be displayed in the lower left section. Then use the buttons under the 
digitize tab (opens at the start) to edit features.

Best regards,

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