Give your GIS users access to the OnBase content they need directly from the maps they use every day. OnBase Integration for Esri leverages both investments by connecting documents to geographic map features. Documents related to a map location can be retrieved directly from Esri with a click, eliminating inefficient application switching. Users can upload documents and create forms directly from the map, automatically indexing them with map feature metadata. OnBase users can display documents on an Esri map, improving decision making based on location information. With a point-and-click configuration utility, out-of-the box solutions can be rapidly implemented without the cost of custom code. Put your documents on the map with OnBase!
From OnBase, users right-click on documents (geocoded on the fly) in order to dynamically display their location on an interactive Esri map. In addition, external content (public or private data) can be added as a map layer, providing location analytics.
Users that work in Esri can access OnBase content without leaving their familiar GIS application, retrieving (and archiving) supporting documents by geographic map feature. Exposing an Esri map to external users via the web allows for self-service of documents stored in OnBase.
Right-click Send To | Map Documents to dynamically display OnBase documents as pin points (hover for autoname, click to view document) on an interactive Esri map.
Right-click Send To | Map to dynamically display OnBase documents as pin points (hover for autoname, click to view document) on an interactive Esri map.
Users access OnBase functionality (retrieve, import, attach, create form) via a plug-in added to any Esri ArcGIS for Server application.
A point-and-click configuration utility provides code-free linking of OnBase documents to Esri map features using a graphic user interface.