This project provides the following components which display geotagged content items within map views and to modify the geographic information associated with stored items. By default Google Maps is used to render map views, with support for Leaflet included via additional Share modules (requires Alfresco 4.0 or greater). The add-on has been developed to install on top of an existing Alfresco 3.4 or 4.x installation. It can work with version 3.3 if the cm:geographic aspect is added to the repository's content model - see Known Issues.
-Site Geotagged Content Dashlet
This dashlet displays site content on a configurable map view on the site dashboard in Alfresco 3.3 or greater.
-Document Library 'Geographic' View Allows the user to select a Geographic view within the site Document Library itself. The map displays content in a specific folder or matching any of Share's predefined filters, using the map view. This view relies on the new pluggable view capabilities introduced in Alfresco 4.2, and therefore will not function in older versions of Alfresco.
-Document Details page Map Component The add-on adds an additional page component for the Document Details page to display a small map view for geotagged content items. Works in Alfresco 3.3 and greater. The page component will display automatically for content items which already have the Geographic aspect applied to them. For other items, a custom Document library action named Geotag is supplied, which can be enabled at install time.
-Geotag Document Library Action Allows users to add Geographic information to items, or to modify existing Geographic location data, using a map view. This action is provided in the 0.x version and the 2.x version, providing support for Alfresco 3.3/3.4 and 4.x, respectively. The 2.x version of the add-on also provides two other custom actions View in OpenStreetMap and View Location on Geohack, which complement Share's out-of-the-box Google Maps-based view by allowing you to choose OpenStreetMap or other map-based views.