The Web Publishing Server enables the publication of
projects to the web. Interfacing to standard browsers, such as Internet
Explorer and Netscape, the web server enables you to communicate your vision.
Many diagramming tools have HTML-publishing options, but all they do is allow
you to distribute flat, empty drawings. Only netViz allows you to publish your
diagrams along with their hierarchies and embedded data, so that anyone
with access to a Web browser can fully understand your entire model or a
With just one command from netViz you can
generate a Web-server database from your netViz documentation project. People accessing
this graphical database through a Web browser see not only your drawings, but
can also navigate the project's vertical hierarchy and view all embedded data
for every object. Web publishing supports SQL databases on Windows servers.
The latest version allows you to do some great
Rest your pointer on a node or link and instantly see
the user-defined data for that object.
- Double click on a node to drill down one level.
- Do data searches over the Web directly from a
- Search for any object or link by name or data
- Search for all objects of a specific type.
- Search for all objects that have specified text or
numerical values in a key field or other field.
Access to sensitive information is controlled by
creation of a dynamically maintained sub-project, releasing only the
pre-defined information to the web publisher. As with all web served
information, regular updates from the source information ensure that your data
is up to date and correct.
WebView Standard or
WebViewPro - which is right for you?
WebView Standard publishes a netViz project to the
Web, either on the Internet or an Intranet, and maintains the great majority of
the functionality of the native netViz application.
WebView Pro goes further. As well as all the features
of WebView Standard the Pro version allows your projects to be managed by
workgroups. The projects are protected through a log-on procedure. Access to
individual projects can be limited to members of particular workgroups and in
addition the members of the workgroups are automatically emailed if a project