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Decnet/Pathworks is used for communication of GIS data across the Digital UNIX, VMS and Windows 95 platforms, with the jurisdiction moving toward a Windows NT environment, and MapObjects Internet Map Service 2/Visual Basic 5.
The authors thanks for the MapObjects license provided to the Department of Cartography by Gestao Empresarial e Informatica Ltda.
With the deployment of the ESRI Internet mapping product called ArcIMS, in 2003 the GIS Application Development Team decided to upgrade all Internet-based GIS applications from MapObjects IMS to ArcIMS.
Now field personnel can access data by selecting a point using an ESRI[R] MapObjects extension.
Also, during this time, an application was developed in ESRI's MapObjects, affectionately known as the "Pizza Delivery Guy" program, whereby departments who didn't own an ArcView license could have access to fundamental GIS data along with some rudimentary tools to query street addresses and to view aerial photos.
As previously announced, it also embeds de facto industry standard products including Oracle 8i's database products for the database, BEA WebLogic Enterprise(TM) for distributed, CORBA-based architectures and scalability, BEA WebLogic Server(TM) for web server access, the Mercator(R) Enterprise Broker e-business integration software, and ESRI's MapObjects for map-based dispatching.
MapObjects works in standard Windows development environments such as Visual Basic(R), Visual C++, Delphi(R), PowerBuilder(R) and others.
Therefore, the prototype temporal GIS has not been extended from any existing GIS or GIS engine, such as MapObjects, but it was programmed using Java.
In addition, The MA IV will be shown, demoing a new Automated Mapping and Facilities Management (AM/FM) Utilities application based on ESRI's MapObjects.
RMAPI, available as a standalone solution for any CAD system or as a plug-in to BCS's MARVLIS (Mobile Area Routing and Vehicle Location Information System), was developed around two ESRI software packages, MapObjects and NetEngine.
ESRI, for example, introduced MapObjects two years ago and is now breaking down its flagship product ARCINFO into parts-code name Open Development Environment (ODE) (ESRI 1998).