What’s New

5.5.0 - 4 July 2022

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5.4.0 - 25 April 2022

The product has been renamed to VertiGIS Studio Access Control throughout the designer, installer, and documentation.

 

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5.3.1 - 19 July 2021

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5.3.0 - 21 June 2021

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5.2.7 - 15 April 2021

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5.2.6 - 18 March 2021

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5.2.5 - 25 February 2021

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5.2.4 - 9 February 2021

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5.2.3 - 25 January 2021

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5.2.2 - 18 November 2020

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5.2.1 - 26 October 2020

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5.2.0 - 21 September 2020

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5.1.3 - 25 May 2020

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5.1.2 - 19 May 2020

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5.1.1 - 11 May 2020

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5.1 - 20 April 2020

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5.0.2 - 16 March 2020

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5.0.1 - 24 February 2020

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5.0 - 4 February 2020

Version 5.0 is the initial release of VertiGIS Studio Access Control. The following features and capabilities are included in this initial offering.

Applying Permissions

VertiGIS Studio Access Control allows administrators to configure permissions that control who can view and edit the layers and fields in ArcGIS Server services.

Permissions are configured in the Access Control Designer, and you can use them to control both user and group access.

Sign in to the Access Control Designer using your ArcGIS Administrator identity. If you do not have an on-premise portal, you can sign in with your ArcGIS Online account and manage your on-premise services.

Applying Attribute Filters

The Access Control Designer also provides attribute filters that let you specify exactly which features users can see in your GIS applications.

Attribute filters are constructed using a Structured Query Language (SQL) expression (WHERE clause) that selects features or table records that match the selection criteria.