When you publish to Autodesk
MapGuide, you create a web page containing a picture of your map.
You must have rights to a MapGuide 2009 Server, which supports the
new templates used in this exercise. To do this exercise, you must
have credentials and write rights.
To publish to MapGuide
- Save the map.
- Click Publish Publish
- In the Publish To MapGuide dialog
box, specify the URL for the target website.
If the site requires
a password, a Connect to Site dialog box
is displayed. Enter your user name and password.
- Select a folder for the published files.
To create a folder, right-click
the parent folder and click New Folder.
- Check both options (for overwriting existing
resources and previewing the results).
- Click Publish.
Once the publish operation
is complete, the results appear in a browser window.
- On the Output tab,
in the Publish panel click Publish
- Connect to the website. Then right-click
the map to view and click Open In Web Browser.
Open the published
map in a browser to see the results.
can use tooltips to display information when the viewer holds the cursor
over a particular area. Within Autodesk MapGuide Studio, you can
create tooltips that display attribute values on the MapGuide web
page when the viewer hovers over a parcel. For more information,
see the Autodesk MapGuide Studio Help.
Where you are now
You published your map
to Autodesk MapGuide, complete with joined data, calculated properties,
styling, and attribute data. You viewed the resulting web page from
within AutoCAD Map 3D.