Note: the options described on this page under the Admin tab can be accessed only by users with administrative privileges.
- Error Log
- Help System
- Map Bookmarks
- Map Feature Layers
- Map Image Services
- Map Layer Groups
- Map Settings
- Power Query
- Schema Backup
- Site Settings
The Error Log tracks errors from the NWIS Data Retriever, web service calls and the TSA. Use the Error type dropdown to filter the error log list to a given error type. To clear the log and delete all errors from the Error Log database table, click the Clear Log button.
The Help System tool is provides the ability to manage page specific help icon () links (located in the top right corner of ODP pages) which land at this site. To add a new help link hookup press the add () button. Specify a title (this is for the data steward’s reference only and does not appear anywhere except on the help system page), the ODP page and the corresponding help link (the URL to the help wiki page, e.g. http://odphelp.trrp.net/?page_id=64). Specify the ODP page as a relative link (independent of the test or production site) by replacing the http://odp.trrp.net or http://odp.essa.com segment of the URL with “..”. For example, a relative ODP page link to the Document Details page should be entered as “../data/documents/details.aspx”.
Use the Map Bookmarks tool to manage the bookmarks which appear in the map tab under the Zoom to Location drop-down. To add a bookmark, click the add () button. To control the display order of bookmarks, use the arrows () to move bookmarks up or down in the list. The Visible check box controls which bookmarks appear in the map Bookmarks drop-down.
Map Feature Layers
Use the Map Feature Layers tool to manage the feature layers which appear in the map tab. To add a feature layer, click the add () button. To control the display order of feature layers, use the arrows () to move feature layers up or down in the list. The Show layer in TOC attribute determines which layers are listed in the map Layers pane. Layers with a DataPackageID (referencing the ID of an ODP data package) will include a Download this data link in the description section of the Layers pane.
Map Image Services
Use the Map Image Services tool to manage the aerial image services which appear in the map tab under the Aerial Imagery drop-down. To add a new aerial image service, click the add () button. To control the display order of aerial image services, use the arrows () to move image services up or down in the list. The Show layer in TOC attribute determines which image services are listed in the map Aerial Imagery drop-down. Image services with a DataPackageID (referencing the ID of an ODP data package) will include a Download this data link in the description section of the Layers pane.
Map Layer Groups
Use the Map Layer Groups tool to manage the layer groups list which can be used to group layers in the map Layers pane. To add a new layer group, specify the group name in the text box and click the add () button. To control the display order of layer groups, use the arrows () to move layer group up or down in the list. The Default group cannot be moved or deleted. After creating a layer group, navigate to the Map Feature Layers tool to manage the layer group attribute of the desired feature layers.
The Power Query tool provides direct access to the database via SQL (Structured Query Language) syntax. Only SELECT operations are permitted – you cannot modify the database with the Power Query tool. To add a new power query, click the add () button.
Use this tool to download a (.sql) script of the ODP database schema.
The Users list is a list of every user who has an ODP account with login privileges. To add a new user, click the add () button. To edit an existing user, click the hyperlink under the User Name attribute, then click the edit () button. To disable (but not permanently delete) a user account, uncheck the Active check box. Inactive users will not be able to log in to the ODP. Control a user’s access to site features by setting the Data Steward, Planning, Documents, Data Packages and Meetings role attributes:
- Planner – ability to submit and manage investigation plans which they own
- Administrator – ability to manage any investigation plan
- Denied – planning tab is hidden/inaccessible
Document/Data Package/Meeting Roles
- Contributor – ability to submit, edit or delete documents/data packages/meetings which they own
- Editor – ability to submit and edit any meeting record
- Manager – ability to submit, edit or delete any meeting record
- Denied – not permitted to submit or manage any meeting record
Data Stewards have site-wide administrative access (this role overrides all others).