A demo of the LEADVIEW Viewer Application is available at
<INSTALLDIR>\Examples\Viewers\JS\LEADVIEW_DocumentViewerDemo. Before calling any functions within the LEADVIEW library, make sure that your LEADTOOLS license has been set. This can be done by calling the RasterSupport.setLicenseUri method.
LEADVIEW has the following prerequisites (in
<INSTALLDIR>\Bin\JS\) files must be set up accordingly. The LEADVIEW demo shows how to do this.
<INSTALLDIR>\Examples\Viewers\JS\LEADVIEW_DocumentViewerDemo\wwwroot\Resources\Cursorsfor annotation cursors. Place any custom cursors there. The LEADVIEW demo also shows how to do this.
The LEADVIEW Viewer library is split into two files:
At runtime, LEADVIEW will look for a
LEADVIEW.json file in the
<INSTALLDIR>\Examples\Viewers\JS\LEADVIEW_DocumentViewerDemo\wwwroot\LEADVIEW folder from the web application's root. Set the
startupSettings property in the
LEADVIEW.json file, which tells LEADVIEW where to look for the appropriate settings file. If no valid path is provided, or if LEADVIEW fails to pull the settings, the default settings will be used.
The JSON Settings files can be generated directly from LEADVIEW. Examples of these settings files can be found in the
wwwroot\LEADVIEW directory for the example at
At this point, all you need to do to start using LEADVIEW is to run the following 2 lines of code:
let lv = new lt.LEADVIEW.Viewer();
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