GUIDE: Mobile for Administrators

Jonathan Semones -

The Lucity Android Tablet and Lucity iOS applications have been designed to work under the same framework as the Lucity Web application. Configuration for Lucity Web carries forward to these mobile devices automatically.
These mobile applications have 3 core components.

  • Dashboard
  • Views/Forms
  • GIS

The goal of this session is show how to get a tablet working out in the field for online and/or offline use, assuming you have at least a little bit of preparation already done for the Lucity Web application interface.

ACT 2017 - Download PDF 1, Download PDF 2, Download PDF 3, Download PDF 4  

Section 1 - Intro & Configuration

Installation and Setup Logging out
Permissions Changing Password
Installing Mobile Server Troubleshooting Login
System Settings for Lucity Mobile Warning Prompts
Downloading and Installing Local Tablet Log
Configuring the android application for first-time use Server Log
Configuring the iOS application for first-time use Managing Logged in users
Additional recommended configuration Final Configuration Considerations
Logging In  

Section 2 - Dashboards and Views

Dashboard Working with Documents in Views
Asset Trees and Data Drills Attaching and Adding Images
Modules Menu Editing and Deleting Documents
Configuring Dashboards for Mobile Use Forms Introduction
Mobile Views Navigation in Android
Sorting Navigation in iOS
Filters Forms in Detail
Viewing attached documents Adding Records
Selection Mode Adding Child Records
Create Work Order Tools available on forms
Create Request Using Forms in iOS
Deleting records on the tablet Adding Child Records and Available Tools in iOS
Navigating child records Errors displayed on save
Open in a New View Warning Prompts
Configuring Views for mobile Parts Inventory Prompts
How User Permissions Affect Views Configuring Forms
Documents  

Section 3 - GIS

GIS in iOS GPS Location
GIS from the Dashboard Bookmarks
Viewing and Changing Map Information Searching in the map
Show In Map Searching for Addresses
Map Navigation Searching for Assets
Searching in the map Inspecting and Selecting
Inspecting and Selecting Identify
Redlining in the map Point to address
Editing in the map Creating Requests or Work Orders at a Specified Point
Android GIS Multiple select
GIS from the Dashboard Redlining in the map
Viewing and Changing Map Information Editing
Map Navigation Configuring GIS for mobile
Zooming and Panning  Using Feature Services and ArcGIS Online instead of map services and ArcGIS Server

 

Section 4 - Offline

Going Offline Android Synchronizing data bacfk to teh server
Going Offline iOS Parts Inventory Prompting
GIS Offline Android Error Handling and Resolution
GIS Offline iOS Troubleshooting or inspecting offline data status
GIS Offline Both Android and iOS Documents while offline
Working Offline Android Offline Workflows
Adding new work orders and requests Inventory Data Cache
Editing Data Offline Views/Data
Parts Inventory Prompting Configuring what data is potentially available to offline users
Error Handling and Resolution Enabling the Android or Apple (iOS) cache
Conflict Resolution Configuring how often your users get updates
Inventory and Inspections Offline Performance Considerations
Troubleshooting or inspecting offline data status GIS
Working Offline iOS Configuring Feature Services
Adding and Editing data Tile Caches

 

 

 

 

 

Section 1 - Older Versions

ACT 2016 - Download PDF  

ACT 2015 - Download PDF

ACT 2014 - Download PDF

Section 2 - Older Versions

    ACT 2015 - Download PDF

    ACT 2014 - Download PDF

Section 3 - Older Versions

ACT 2015 - Download PDF

ACT 2014 - Download PDF

ACT 2013Download PDF

Section 4 - Older Versions

    ACT 2015 - Download PDF

    ACT 2014 - Download PDF

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