[Mapbender-users] Re:Re: Mapbender's wfs-t abilities

Albrecht.Weiser at hzd.hessen.de Albrecht.Weiser at hzd.hessen.de
Mon Jul 21 04:52:59 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:
> http://wms.wheregroup.com/mapbender/
> 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,
> Arnulf

Hi Arnulf,
for me the interface looks good. Maybe an artist would do it better ;o)
It worked fine for me. Does this table for editing the attributes appear
by default when saving the digitized feature or do i have to configure
mapbender (or even implement it myself)?
Best regards

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