Autodesk MapGuide® LiteView is subject to the terms detailed in the license agreement that accompanies it. Please read and accept the terms in LICENSE.TXT, which you will see during the installation procedure, before proceeding.
For additional information about each of the Autodesk MapGuide products, refer to the Autodesk MapGuide page on the Autodesk Web site at http://www.autodesk.com/mapguide.
The following product problems or characteristics exist in this release.
Problem: During installation of Autodesk MapGuide LiteView, your receive an error message that says "Autodesk MapGuide® LiteView requires JDK or JRE 1.3.1 or higher. Please install JDK or JRE 1.3.1 before installing Autodesk MapGuide® LiteView."
Solution: Do either of the following:
Problem: Changes to MWFs used by a LiteView application that are made while LiteView is running are not reflected in the displayed maps.
Solution: Restart JRun. You can use Telnet to access the /JRun/bin directory from a computer on the same network as JRun, and then you run the following command on the command line to restart the JRun Default Server remotely: jrun -start default.
Problem: Images are displayed as plain white rectangles.
Solution:Change the version of the JRE under which you are running JRun because you are using a version that is older than 1.3.x. You are required to specify a JRE 1.3.x or later during installation of LiteView. Configure JRun to use the same JDK 1.3.x or later that you are using with LiteView.
To change the JRE used by JRun
Note You must run LiteView and JRun under JRE 1.3 x or later.
For more information about changing the command-line arguments, refer to "Configuring Java Virtual Machines" in the JRun Setup Guide.
Problem: You set the SymbolLabelSize parameter in the config.ini file to specify the size of a symbol label. First, you specify the size using a positive number of meters, request a map with that label, and LiteView displays the symbol label at the specified size. Next you specify the size using the same number, but you change its sign from positive to negative, request a map with that label, and LiteView. LiteView displays the symbol label upside-down, but the size of the symbol label is not as specified.
Solution: None for this release.
Problem: If you specify Constant Size Screen Units for the symbol and text size when you author an MWF, increasing the value of the PPIY parameter in a LiteView map request for the MWF increases the size (resolution) of the image, including any text or symbols, that is displayed.
Last modified: September 26, 2001