Paul,

That's pretty nice.

What type of SVG editing tool did you use to create the maps ?

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date: Tue, 7 Jan 2014 13:18:09 -0800
from: "Holm, Paul" <pholm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WEB400] WebFacing

Dirk,

FWIW....

We recently had a customer request similar to what you are asking. Parts related inquiry. After digging deep into HTML 5 and SVG AND getting the ok to move the app fully to the web, you are able to create parts applications like this:

(hover over parts or hover over subfile of data) (data is from AS400 DB)

http://www.planetjavainc.com/wowADDONDEV/runApp?id=205&_pj_lib=WOWSAMP

If you can get them to enable browser interfaces, SVG is pretty powerful for interactive parts apps.

-Paul
www.PlanetJavaInc.com




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