The Damage Assessment Summary Add-in extends the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS application and allows you to generate a damage summary
- Review damage assessment features and attributes
- Generate summary report
Start using the tool now by opening and compiling the project in Visual Studio 2012 or 2013. Update Project Debug properties to correctly locate add-in build path in /addinpath command line argument. Run project in Debug mode. When Operations Dashboard application starts, edit an operation view that contains a map widget with a valid datasource, choose the DamageAssessmentSummary Widget from the Add Widget dialog box, and click OK. Configure the widget to point to appropriate fields from the datasource and click OK.
Alternatively, build the project, and upload the .opdashboardaddin file from the build output directory to ArcGIS Online, and then download using Manage Add-Ins in Operations Dashboard.
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This application uses the 10.2.5 version of Esri's ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF; see the site for concepts, samples, and API reference.
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