Introducing JMap 7

The latest version of K2 Geospatial’s map based integration platform JMap is now available. We put together a list of this 7th version’s new enhancements and features.

 

JMap Server

  • JMap Server in high availability.

High AvailabilityDeploy a more robust and fail over safe environment and improve performance.

  • Added robustness to external resource interaction.

Prevents blockages and delays in long queries on external resources.

  • New JMap REST API.

Perform various system queries, including data extraction and editing, via a REST interface.

  • Redefined reserved sessions concept.

Reserve an unlimited number (according to the license) of user sessions with a standard license.

 

JMap Admin

  • Updated and more intuitive graphic interface.
  • New JMap Web project viewer.
  • Redesigned form generator

JMap AdminMore flexible and user-friendly with dynamic list support.

  • Enhanced JMap Web application deployement.

Enables the deployment of a dynamic layer for an entire project and cache sharing between applications.

  • Multilingual project support.
  • Imports data layers configured in ArcGIS Server.
  • Integrates the spatial data source OpenStreetMap.

 

JMap Pro

  • New deployment process.

JMap ProJMap Pro applications launcher no longer requiring the installation of Java - easier to manage for IT teams and quicker to start.

  • Faster data loading with the addition of multiple connections and increased application robustness for long queries.
  • Revamped printing functionalities.
  • Modernized look and feel.

 

JMap Web

  • Updated and responsive interface.
  • Added layer hierarchy.JMap Web

Enables to manage the layer visibility or thematic display as well as their legend.

  • New annotation tools.

Add text and drawings to the map.

  • Enhanced editing features.

Backing up editions is now done through a transaction manager.

  • Map sharing features for Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

 

Contact us to find out how you can migrate to JMap 7

 

Jean-Robert Desbiens-Haddad
CTO