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The selection only works once. Subsequent selections no longer￴ work
Install the IBM ILOG JVIews MapViewer application:￴ http://visudemos.demos.ibm.com/mapviewer/mapviewer.jnlp and use it to edit the shapefile and export to a new shapefile. Then use the CustomMapConverter to generate the map for use in Elixir. In detail: 1. Install the IBM ILOG JVIews MapViewer application: http://visudemos.demos.ibm.com/mapviewer/mapviewer.jnlp 2. Select File/New Map 3. Select File/Add Map Data... 4. Navigate to <Elixir installation directory>/CustomMapConverter/data/maps and select the shapefile of interest and select Open. 5. Use the MapViewer to edit the map 6. (Optional) Select File/Save Map As... if you want to keep the mapviewer configuration for the edited map. 7. Select File/Export In the Export Map window: 8. Select Vector Exporter: Export to Shape 9. Select the Vector Exporter Settings button In the Chose Shape Export Folder Window: 10. Select the folder where the file is created (the file name is name of the layer) 11. In the Settings, select the Save DBF checkbox 12. Select Open In the Export Map window: 13. Select the layer to export -- for example the one labeled "ESRI/Shape (ContinentalEurope.shp)" 14. Select the Export button The destination folder now contains 3 files: ESRI_Shape (ContinentalEurope.shp).dbf, .shp and .shx. 15. Proceed with the Custom Map Converter using the new Shapefile as the Input.
[CustomMapConverter] Selection no longer works after selecting one map feature
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