Available as an add-on module on Pozi Enterprise plans.
Pozi’s GIS Integration module enables local users on your organisation’s network to view and interrogate internally maintained GIS map layers within the Pozi web app. Agencies can ensure that staff are viewing the latest information from their local data, without having to publish it out on the open web. As with the Database Integration module, this information will only be visible to internal users.
Map layer formats include Esri SHP, MapInfo TAB, SQL Server Spatial and PostGIS.
Most browsers can display map layers with several hundred individual features. The Chrome browser can display layers with several thousand features.
For larger vector datasets, and also raster layers such as internal aerial imagery and elevation layers, Pozi’s GIS Integration module can also support WMS layers from GeoServer.
Email email@example.com with the following information:
This is the network file path to the dataset. Supported files include Esri SHP, MapInfo TAB, DXF, GeoJSON and VRT. The path must be specified as a UNC path, ie, no drive letters.
If the data source is a database table (eg from SQL Server Spatial or PostGIS), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what information you need to provide.
This is the layer name you want to show to the user. It may or may not be different to file name.
Layer Group Name
This is the name of an existing or new layer group as it appears to users in the Pozi layer control. Your new layer will appear within this group.
Unique ID Field
This is the name of a field should contains a unique value for each feature.
Feature Name Field
This is the name of the field that contains the most userful name or description of each feature. This value will be displayed to users as the title of the card shown in the information panel.
It is NOT necessary for this field to contain unique values.
Icon and colour (for point layers)
This is a comma separated list of any fields to exclude from information panel. This can include fields that have no meaning to typical users, such as internal id numbers, coordinates and other irrelevant fields.
Copy and paste this text block into an email to email@example.com and fill in all the relevant settings:
File Path: Layer Name: Layer Group Name: Unique ID Field: Feature Name Field: Icon and Colour: Excluded Fields: