GeoBase is a service run by the Canadian Government to make mapping data and services public available. They maintain a WMS server with this data
To configure a WMS Layer Select a WMS Layer Open the Layer Properties Click the “Configure” button The WMS Map Service Configuration dialog will open
The DataBC Public Web Map Service is part of the to make mapping assets publicly available. It contains an enormous amount of geographic information about the province
WMS stands for Web Map Service. It’s a very common standard way to make maps available online. TrueNorth can consume WMS data on a layer in a map as a Tiles layer.
TrueNorth uses Layer Templates to store configuration for map layer data. These templates are normally stored in the Template Directory, but you can also export and import layer templates in order to save, or share the configurations with other users.
The GeoBC WMS Layer consumes data from the British Columbia Government’s public WMS server.
Every layer has a layer properties panel where you can view and configure properties about the layer
The Tiles Layer in TrueNorth draws map data from a map tiling service – either on the internet, over a network, or off a local data source
Each layer can be marked as visible or not visible. This is done in the Layers Panel. Clicking the checkbox on the right of each layer will toggle its visibility. Checking the box will trigger a re-draw of the map. If a layer is not visible none of the items on the map will draw. This can…
In TrueNorth, the Features Layer is where a user will draw points, lines, polygons and other mapping features.