In this topic
  1. Configuring the Aloha Threat Zone widget
  2. Using the Aloha Threat Zone widget
    1. Results

Aloha Threat Zone widget 2.9

This widget allows for the plotting of the Aloha threat zones in Web AppBuilder.
This widget does not model or generate the chemical plume, It only imports the Aloha .pas file and parses the file to plot the data in Web AppBuilder.

Configuring the Aloha Threat Zone widget

  1. Hover the mouse over the Aloha Threat Zone widget and click the small edit icon edit icon.

    This opens the configuration window for this widget.

    Share configuration
  2. Optionally, click change widget icon if you want to replace the default icon for this widget.

    A file explorer window opens allowing you to browse to a local image file to use as the widget icon.

  3. Optionally you can change the zoom percentage that the widget will zoom to when the Aloha Threat Zone is added to the map.
  4. Optionally you can change the marker symbol used for locating the point of origin in the map.

Using the Aloha Threat Zone widget

Clicking the Aloha Threat Zone widget displays the widget. Clicking one of the browse button will open the file select dialog and allow you to browse to the *.pas file you wish to plot on the map.

Use Aloha Threat Zone

Once you have seleted the *.pas file you wish to plot you simply click the draw point button and place a marker on the map identifying the point of origin on the map.

Select map marker symbol tool

Results

The Results view lists all the threat zone footprints and provides the ability to turn the visibility of the threat zone footprint on and off, as well as the ability to adjust the opacity of all footprints.

Aloha Threat Zone Results