In dem zip File (41MB) sind auch ein neuer "MAPBUILDER" (mapbuilder.jar) und die MVDEMO-Daten enthalten.
Es wird nochmal daruaf hingewiesen, dass es sich um ein PREVIEW handelt, der nicht supported ist (wie bisher immer schon).
Viel Spaß und Erfolg damit !
Ich habe zum schnellen Durchlesen hier mal mit aufgenommen, was alles neu ist bzw. was der Mapviewer (core) für Funktionalitäten mitbringt (aus dem "What's New"):
OracleFMW MapViewer 11g R1 (preview 1) - New and changed features since 10.1.3
- Secure Map rendering
MapViewer now supports secure map rendering based on a Web user's identity. Users with different roles or permissions will see different feature sets when viewing the same theme.
- WFS Themes
Web Feature Service (WFS) features can now be viewed through MapViewer's WFS themes. These themes support the parsing and caching of WFS capabilities, and the use of feature conditions and queries. WFS theme support also works with Oracle Maps; for example, you can display a WFS theme as an interactive feature of interest (FOI) layer.
- Map Builder Enhancements
The Map Builder tool now supports the creation of WFS themes and Annotation Text-based themes. The base map panel also supports identifying features (and a list of rendered themes) on mouse clicks.
- Improved Non-spatial Data Provider Support
MapViewer now supports a default provider and format for applications to supply XML-based non-spatial data for thematic mapping. You can also specify columns from the non-spatial data set to be used in conjunction with an advanced style.
- Multiple Rendering Styles for a Single Feature
Previously, a feature could be rendered by only one rendering style. You can now use multiple rendering styles when rendering a theme's features. For example, you can shade a polygon with a color style while also plotting a pie chart on top of it, without defining two themes. This is done using stacked styles in a theme's definition.
- Automatic Reduction of Repetitive Labels
Previously, repetitive street labels or highway shields on linear features were displayed when such features consisted of many small segments. You can now use the Map Builder tool to specify the No Repetitive Labels option in the base map properties, to cause features (such as road segments) with same name to be labeled only once. For information about specific options in Map Builder, see the online help for that tool.
- MapViewer Java Portlet Specification (JPS) Portlet
MapViewer now comes with a simple JSR 168-compliant Portlet that enables easy inclusion within an enterprise portal based on the Oracle Web Center technology (not available in this preview).
- Scale Ranges for Theme Labeling
In the context of a base map, you can now assign scale limits to its themes' labels. These scale limits control when a theme's features will display their label texts.
- PDF Output
Full PDF map output support is provided. If you use PDF_URL or PDF_STREAM as the map format in your XML map request, MapViewer will generate vector PDF maps.
- Text Style Enhancements
The TEXT style has been improved to support customizable spacing between letters. It also supports additional (vertical) alignment options when labeling linear features. Text decorations such as underline, linethrough, overline have been added as well as line spacing.
- LINE Style Enhancement
LINE styles can now have repetitive markers/patterns decorated along the path.
- Custom Tags for Theme and Base Map Definitions
The XML definition of a theme or base map now supports application-specific attribute tags. You can use the Custom Tags option in the theme definition in Map Builder to specify tags and their values, which can be interpreted by your application but are ignored by MapViewer itself.
- Getting Style Names Referred to in a Predefined Theme
element enables you to get the names of styles referred to in a predefined theme.
- Annotation Text
Support is provided for OpenGIS Consortium standard annotation text. Oracle Spatial in Oracle Database Release 11g supports storage of annotation text objects in the database, and MapViewer now supports displaying such annotation texts on a map.
- Logging Mechanism Changes
A new logging mechanism based on Java logging is provided. You can also use the Oracle Application Server management console to customize how MapViewer logs things at run time.
- Custom (External) Spatial Data Providers
MapViewer now supports rendering of geospatial data stored in non-Oracle Spatial repositories. This is achieved through a Custom Spatial Data Provider API, where you can implement an Interface that feeds your own (proprietary) spatial data to MapViewer for rendering. Note that you will still need an Oracle Database to manage the mapping metadata, such as styles and themes definitions.
- User-Specified JDBC Fetch Size for Predefined Themes
You can now specify a non-default row fetch size on a theme, by setting the Fetch Size base map property with the Map Builder tool. MapViewer can use this value when fetching theme features from the database. Specifying an appropriate value can make performance tuning easier in certain situations.
- SQL/MM standard ST_XXX type support
MapViewer now supports rendering data stored in the SQL/MM ST_XXX geometry types, in an Oracle database.
North arrow element can be added to a map request
- Map rotation support
You can now request a map that is rendered in a specified orientation or angle.
Oracle Maps :
- MVBaseMap Renamed to MVMapTileLayer
- Web-Based User Interface for Map Tile Layer Management
A new Web-based user interfaced has been added to the MapViewer Web admin console for editing map tile layer definitions, as well as previewing and managing map tiles.
- External Map Tile Support
- Improved Client-Side Support for Accessing Cross-Domain Map Tile Server and FOI Server
The Oracle Maps client can now communicate with cross-domain map cache tile and FOI servers without relying on a proxy server, which was previously
- Dynamic Client Side Styles
- JDBC Theme-Based FOI
- Simplified Dynamic BI Data Injection and Visualization
- Improved Information (tool-tip) Window
The positioning, styling, and sizing of the information window have been improved. Previously, the Oracle Maps client always displays the information window at a fixed position relative to the specified map location. The Oracle Maps client now can place the information window at the optimal variable position relative to the specified map location. As the result, the map does not to be panned in order to make the information window visible inside the map.
- Enhanced Map Decoration
- Flexible Placement and Visibility control for Navigation Panel and Scale Bar
The navigation panel and the scale bar can now be placed inside a map decoration component, which can be displayed or hidden and can be placed at a position of your choice inside the map container.
- Polygon Theme-Based FOI Layer Labeling
- Image-Less Polygon Themes with FOI Layers
- FOI Layer Automatic Selection and Highlighting
- Client-Side Construction of Geodetic Geometries Based on Earth Distance Parameters
- Animated Loading Icon for Maps and Themes
The Oracle Maps client now displays an animated icon during the loading of a base map or a theme. This is especially useful for providing visual reassurance to users with maps and themes that take a long time to load.
- User-Defined FOI Customizations
- Prompt Mode for Marquee Zoom Tool
- Mouse Cursor Customization
Applications can now customize the appearance of the mouse cursor when the cursor is over different map components, such as map tiles, FOIs, and map decorations.
- Error Reporting
- New Tutorials
Many new Oracle Maps tutorials illustrate the new features. To access the MapViewer demos and tutorials, go to: