In SAP layout Studio, you may use a Geomap to display unique layers of geographical records. these Geomaps are available below the Analytic components and may be added through simply dragging them to the canvas.
As per the Geomap properties and scripting defined in the Geomap factor, each layer indicates special data as per the user interaction. to use Geomaps, the information source need to include countries, areas, longitudes, etc.
To start with Geomaps, drag the Geomap from analytic additives to the Canvas area and add the data source to the outline view. The data source introduced will also reflect under additional properties → data source.
Visit Edit initial view of the data supply, you want to choose only one Geo dimension below Rows and measures below column tab.
You may choose the Geo Map in the format pane. in the properties tab, enter the URL for your preferred basemap in the Basemap URL assets. it is also an choice to leave this blank, if no basemap is required.
The Map Legend seen property is about to true by default. if you want to hide the legend on all your Geo Map layers, you may set this property value to false.
You may also upload or remove layers to a Geomap. this may be done by means of using add layer button in the Geomap.
A new layer Id is added for each layer, you can select the Data source and measure values.
To remove a layer, you need to click on the cross button at the top right corner under Additional Properties.
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