Further to our blog post on setting up authentication in Dekho (link) , we have found that customers sometimes struggle to identify the correct parameters required.
Before attempting to toggle your Dekho into LDAP or NTLM, you will need to get some information from yout IT department..
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Ever wondered why you get the below error sporadically on loading Dekho..
Further to the series of blogs – Integrating Dekho and SQL Server Reporting Services, I would like to point out some problems that you may face while integrating SQL Server Reports with Dekho.
Let’s get straight to it.
Today, one customer highlighted a possible speed improvement to the select/identify with some feature classes.
He has pin-pointed that the problem could come from domains in one of the features of the the searched layer.
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The debugging of Dekho 4.1 has been improved and you can now customize which area of the code your want to debug.
Example : admin area, service catalog area, template creation, etc..
Remote on your Dekho 4.1 installation and open the file called “log4j.xml” , usually located in \tomcat7\webapps\Dekho\WEB-INF\
The possible options for logging are ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG
Once the <log4j.xml> file is saved, you will need to restart Tomcat for the changes to take effect.
You can further configure Log4j by specifying the log file target path, etc.
Further information can be found here: https://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/manual.html
Approximately one month ago we released Dekho 4.1 and InstaLink 1.0. Towards the end of development we realised we were not going to be able to complete the work we had started on supporting ArcFM 10.1 and 10.2. We decided that we would hold this functionality and release it shortly after 4.1 so that the work could be completed and tested.
The Dekho 4.1.1 release provides support for ArcFM 10.1 and 10.2 as well has a number of enhancements and bug fixes raised for the Dekho 4.1 base release.
InstaLink 1.0.1 introduces a new web service based query, which you configure in the InstaLink Admin. We have also made some enhancements to the Dekho integration connector.
If you haven’t got your download instruction for Dekho 4.1, please contact your Esri Australia or Eagle account manager or the Client Services team at Esri Australia.
If you would like to see what’s in the latest Dekho, drop by the Dekho booth at the Esri Australia Directions 2014 roadshow.
Dekho 4.1 is available! Having spent the last year and a half working on user experience, usability, workflows and development, the Product Development Group and I are pleased to announce Dekho 4.1 is available for download and is ready for the Cloud or a Hosted Service.
We are very proud of this new release, which has been developed in close partnership with you –our Dekho user community.
Key enhancements include:
- The ability for administrators to create maps within Dekho – instead of needing to switch between applications – enabling greater productivity;
- A new value-add product called ‘InstaLink’ which connects Dekho with other key business systems including: Pathway, Works & Assets, Property & Rating, Hansen, and Conquest – just to name a few;
- An improved printing function which leverages the core ArcGIS printing capabilities – making it easier for users to print their maps; and,
- An intuitive workflow-driven user experience, streamlining the way you access information.
Another key point to note… Our new design makes it easier than ever before to make the most of ArcGIS Online. Out of the box, we have prepopulated connections to the MDS Foundation Map and ArcGIS Online Content. You just need to enter your ArcGIS Online organisation details into the Dekho Server Catalog and you can access your private organisation data.
If you’re a Dekho user currently under maintenance, you can download Dekho 4.1 now. If your maintenance has lapsed, or you’re new to Dekho, get in touch with us and we’ll help you get started with Dekho 4.1.
I know you’ll enjoy using Dekho 4.1 – and I look forward to hearing your feedback.
Just writing to let you know we are finalising work on Dekho 4.1 for release next month! My team is really proud of this release and excited by the feedback we have received so far during beta testing!!
The biggest improvement in 4.1 is that we have removed the ‘DASM / AOServer’ architecture in favour of a full web services driven architecture. This change delivers better performance and greater functionality.
So what are the 10 best improvements in 4.1?
- New functionality enabling you to build your own configuration maps (ie Dekho Templates) within the Dekho Admin
- Full support for Secure Services, including Secure WMS
- Expanded configuration options within the Dekho Admin Interface
- Simplified and improved Dekho Licensing process – better for Virtual Environments
- A Fully REST enabled new Administrator Console
- The UX is more automated and click-option oriented, eliminating the risk of typos
- Improved Performance when Printing and Reporting
- Introduced a flexible new integration framework enabling additional products to be more easily added – still part of the Dekho Premium Pack
- A new approach to Beta testing
So you can see, quite a lot of new technology and workflows have been introduced in Dekho 4.1.
As for our Beta program which has run since November, we took a new approach with that as well. Leveraging Esri Australia’s own Hosted Services offering, we made available to beta testers a fully configured, secure cloud environment which made things much easier for our community to test. As a result, we have had much better involvement than during previous Beta periods. This has been a successful program with very positive feedback from our participants – we will continue this approach in the future!
BTW – the beta program is still open so it is not too late to participate. If you wish to do so, please contact your Esri Australia account manager.
As you can see, we are super excited by Dekho 4.1 and look forward to your feedback when we release it next month. Talk with you all again soon.
Further to the blog Integration: Tips and Tricks, there are few things to note regarding Property&Rating/Works&Assests integration.
Further to the blog Integration: Tips and Tricks, there are few things to note regarding Authority integration.