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GO Publisher Desktop

GO Publisher Desktop is the configuration tool for GO Publisher GO Publisher WFS 4.0 and GO Publisher Workflow. It provides a comprehensive graphical user interface with ‘point and click’ functionality for advanced publication of your data.

You can use GO Publisher Desktop to create your database to schema translations in a GO Publisher project, which can then be used to create a GO Publisher WFS war file or be deployed in a GO Publisher Workflow 'product.

Getting Started

Get started with the GO Publisher Project Wizard which will take you through process of creating a project file. After creating your project, learn how to manage your project (.gpp) files.

Map your Database to an Existing Schema

Once you've created a new project, Map your database to an existing schema, and learn more about Database to XML Mapping Concepts. For detailed information on creating your mappings, see Mapping Translations. After creating your database to XML mappings, Preview and validate your data to verify the translation.

Configure Your Project's Settings

Configure general settings including Database connection, Schema RepositoryXML Content, and Geometry output in the Settings Tab.

Use the SQL Filters Tab to refine the selection of data from the database tables used to create the output XML. 

Finally, use the Desktop Settings Tab to set up data output settings before publishing and validating output files.

Advanced GO Publisher Setup

Using Global and Local Configuration files of GO Publisher includes information on setting up configuration files.

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You can also review our Help section which contains information on the Help Menu in GO Publisher Desktop and Understanding Error Messages.

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