Layer Files

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It allows associating data to layers.

Follow the steps below in order to perform the association:


1. Make active the layer in which you want to associate objects by clicking on it.


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2. Click on the icon “Layer Files”.


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3. A window called “File Manager” will appear where you will be able to choose the files to be associated. There are also several options available explained below.


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Note: When you add files to be associated to layers, Geoagro GIS creates a copy of them that will be located in an internal database, this means you will work with those copies instead of the original ones.


GIS Inte 01 04.jpgOpen files
It allows opening the selected interaction file in read-only mode; this means you will not be able to make changes to it.


GIS Inte 01 05.jpgEdit files

It allows opening the selected interaction file in edition mode; this means you will be allowed to make changes to it.


GIS Inte 01 06.jpgSave as…

It allows saving the selected interaction file, which has been modified using the option “Edit files”.


GIS Inte 01 07.jpgAdd file

It allows adding the files you want to associate to the layer.


GIS Inte 01 08.jpgAdd existing file

It allows adding files that have been associated to other layers or layers objects previously. Remember that those files are located in an internal database.


GIS Inte 01 09.jpgDelete file

It allows deleting the selected interaction file. Once deleted, the file will no longer be associated to the layer.


GIS Inte 01 10.jpgRename file

It allows re-entering the name of the selected interaction file.


GIS Inte 01 11.jpgView

It allows defining the way in which the added interaction files will be listed.


GIS Inte 01 12.jpgRefresh

It allows refreshing the File Manager’s view.


4. Once you add the files you want to associate to the layer, click on the option “Layer Files Viewer” in order to visualize them.