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As a follow-up question is it possible / recommended to integrate a WFS layer as an Oracle FOI layer and render / identify the features that way?
So your follow up question seems more appropriate to be used with Oracle Maps. I think you should defined a theme based FOI based on a WFS theme, and then you would get the features in the client for further interaction, like you do for geometry themes.
Thanks ever so much. This confirms what I was thinking.
Is it possible to, when the user clicks on the map (using Oracle Maps), to get a list of all features at that point for all FOI layers that are in the map at that location?
I think this is possible for point features at the same location only. Please correct me if i am wrong. I would be very interested in a functionality that queries all features at a certain location regardless of their gtype...
you can look into using MVFOIGroup to display multiple points at the same location. This is available in the latest release.
it is possible for point features of same layers using the MVFOIGroup. If the features from two FOI layers overlap with each other (e.g., one polygon from theme A covers another polygon or line from theme B), then only theme A's feature is selected. But the application can dynamically switch the theme's display index to make theme B go on top of theme A which will then enable features from B to be clickable/selectable. So the functionality to get all features as you mentioned is not available.