Ara Irititja KMS Mapping Component

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Overview

The Mapping Component provides the essential functionality to record, display, print and search geospatial information within the Archive. The Archive uses Geoserver to render the Archive's spatial data into map layers. These layers are then combined with either Geoserver base maps or with online mapping resources such as Google Maps.


Below is a summary of Mapping Component functionality:


Map Results Screen

The Map Results screen is an interactive map to display:


Map Results Screen
Map Results Screen: displaying the results of a search. The red map pin is placed over Kanpi; the preview column shows six thumbnails of Photos found at Kanpi.


Map Editor Panel

The Map Editor panel provides basic controls for defining and modifying points, lines and polygon geometry by manually entering coordinates or using onscreen drawing tools. Multiple geometries can be defined for one record providing the geometry type is the same.

The Map Editor is available wherever a spatial attribute can be modified.


Map Editor Panel
Map Editor Panel: a 20-sided polygon defines a circular region for Amata area.


Map Print Panel

The Map Print panel, similar to the existing Print panel, will generate a PDF of the map region displayed in the Map Results screen. The print contains a small overview map of Australia, a scale and the boundary coordinates of the region shown. Maps can be printed in landscape or portrait orientation, Base Layers can be chosen and the pixel density of the print can be changed.

The Base Layer must be generated from Geoserver. If an online mapping resource is being displayed in the Map Results screen, the Map Print panel will substitute this Base Layer with one that resides in Geoserver.


Map Print Panel
Map Print Panel: shows WA, SA and NT borders with place names generated from records in the Archive's 'Places' Profile.


The geometry defined for a record can be printed in the existing Print panel. For example, when printing a Place record, the point defined for the Place is displayed in a graphic map inset.


Print Panel
Print Panel: printing the 'Adelaide' place record. Adelaide's spatial geometry is embedded into the document in graphic form.


Spatial Search Control

In Archive Start and Advanced Search screens the spatial search control enables a search to be constrained within a rectangular geographic region. The search will find points that are contained within the search region, or for lines and polygons, where the minimum bounding box of the geometry is contained within or intersects with the search region.


Archive Start Spatial Search
Spatial Search Control: a portion of Mutitjulu community has been selected; the green rectangle defines the search region.
Map Results Screen
The Map Results screen shows the outcome of the search. Photos have been found using the GPS coordinates embedded in the original camera file.


Spatial Reference Systems

The Mapping Component is preconfigured with three required Spatial Reference Systems (SRS). They are:

Additional SRS can be installed into the Archive. Each SRS is comprised of four pieces of information – the Authority, the Authority SRID, the Well-Known Text (OGC WKT) and Proj4Text representations of the SRS. The Spatial Reference website provides a searchable catalog of SRS and their representation formats.


Layer Styles

Geoserver defines a complicated set of style properties used to customise the appearance of spatial features within a layer. In the Archive, a template model has been developed to provide a simpler method of styling layers.

The Search Summary layer displays the number of records found at a specific location. The style template allow different appearances depending on the number of records retrieved for a location and whether the location is defined as a specific point or an indistinct region.

Each Archive Layer should have a unique appearance to visually separate the layers when overlaid on the Base Layer. The Archive Layer style template allow the appearance of points, lines and polygon geometry to be defined at three scale levels &ndash less than 2 million, 2 to 9 million and greater than 9 million.


Installation of the Mapping Component

Summary of Mapping Component Upgrade

Alterations to the Archive to incorporate the Mapping Component are minimal, however it is important that you are aware of the changes that have occurred.

After installing the Mapping Component package:

  1. Four mapping administration pages have been added to Administration Home.
  2. The Archive's Preferences page contains properties for:
    • allowing online mapping services to be used,
    • defining a default display projection,
    • defining the region (bounding box) for recording spatial data in Archive Layers,
    • defining the display boundary (bounding box) when a map is first loaded, and
    • entering account and url settings for Geoserver.
  3. Two spatial geometry attributes have been added to Places profile and Media list. The 'Show in Map Results' attribute property has been enabled on all 'Creation Place' attributes for Archive Views as well as the 'Location' attribute in the 'Places' profile.
  4. GPS metadata contained in existing Photos, Documents and Objects has been processed and, where available, the GPS coordinates have been inserted into the Media's spatial geometry attribute.
  5. The data directory used by Geoserver has been preconfigured with account details and a generic map of Australia.
  6. The Archive has a Map Results screen, Map Editor panel, Map Print panel and spatial search controls in the Advanced Search and Archive Start screens.


MySQL Upgrade

Before completing the following steps you will need to know the archive's MySQL database name and password. If you cannot recall these values during the Archive's setup, open the Archive's core/config.php file in a text editor and locate:

Mac

Backup and Decommission MAMPStack MySQL

  1. Open a Terminal Window, then enter the following commands. You will need to substitute the word PASSWORD with your MySQL password and DATABASE with your MySQL database name.
    sudo /Applications/mampstack/mysql/bin/mysqldump --force --compress --triggers --routines --create-options -u root -pPASSWORD DATABASE > ~/Desktop/archivedatabase.sql
    Enter your password, then press 'return'.
  2. A file called 'archivedatabase.sql' should now be on your Desktop, check that this file exists before continuing with these instructions.
  3. In Terminal, enter the following three commands:
    cd /Library/LaunchDaemons/
    sudo launchctl unload -w com.bitnami-mysql.services.plist
    sudo rm com.bitnami-mysql.services.plist
    You many need to enter your password for the last two commands.


Installing the latest version of MySQL 5.1

The installation of MySQL requires Macports. If you have not already installed Macports during the setup of the archive software, follow the instruction here before continuing.

  1. In a Terminal window, enter the following commands:
    sudo port selfupdate
    sudo port install mysql51 mysql51-server
    sudo port select mysql mysql51
    sudo -u _mysql /opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin/mysql_install_db
    cd /opt/local
    sudo /opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin/mysqld_safe &
  2. Enter the following command into Terminal to reinstate the archive database. You will need to substitute the word PASSWORD with your MySQL password and DATABASE with your MySQL database name:
    /opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin/mysqladmin -u root password 'PASSWORD'
    /opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin/mysql -u root -pPASSWORD -e "create database DATABASE;"
    /opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin/mysql -u root -pPASSWORD --compress DATABASE < ~/Desktop/archivedatabase.sql
  3. Open the /opt/local/etc/mysql51/my.cnf file in TextEdit and remove all text in the document. Leave this document open.
  4. In TextEdit, open the /Tools/Mac/mysql_config.txt file on the supplied disc. Copy the contents of the mysql_config.txt file and paste the text into the blank my.cnf file. Save the my.cnf file and close both documents.
  5. In Terminal, enter the following commands:
    cd /Library/LaunchDaemons/
    sudo launchctl load -w org.macports.mysql51-server.plist


Configure MAMPStack to use the new MySQL server

  1. Open the /Applications/mampstack/apache2/htdocs/core/config.php file in TextEdit. Make the following alterations to the file:
    • Find the line:

      $install_mysql_path      = "/Applications/mampstack/mysql/bin/mysql";
      Change the file path so the line reads:

      $install_mysql_path      = "/opt/local/bin/mysql";
    • Find the line:
      $install_mysqldump_path  = "/Applications/mampstack/mysql/bin/mysqldump";
      Change the file path so the line reads:
      $install_mysqldump_path  = "/opt/local/bin/mysqldump";
      Save and close the file once finished.
  2. Open the /Applications/mampstack/php/etc/php.ini file in TextEdit. Make the following alterations to the file:
    • Find the line:
      mysql.default_socket= "/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/tmp/mysql.sock"
      Change the line to:
      mysql.default_socket= "/opt/local/var/run/mysql51/mysqld.sock"
    • Find the line:
      mysqli.default_socket= "/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/tmp/mysql.sock"
      Change the line to:
      mysqli.default_socket= "/opt/local/var/run/mysql51/mysqld.sock"
      Save and close the file once finished.
  3. Open the /Applications/mampstack/properties.ini file in TextEdit. Make the following alterations to the file:
    • Find the line:
      mysql_arguments=-u root -S /Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/tmp/mysql.sock
      Change the line to:
      mysql_arguments=-u root -S /opt/local/var/run/mysql51/mysqld.sock
    • Find the line:
      mysql_binary_directory=/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/bin
      Change the line to:
      mysql_binary_directory=/opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin
    • Find the line:
      mysql_root_directory=/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql
      Change the line to:
      mysql_root_directory=/opt/local/lib/mysql51
      Save and close the file once finished.
  4. Open the /Applications/mampstack/scripts/setenv.sh file in TextEdit. Make the following alterations to the file:
    • Find the line:
      PATH="/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/php/bin:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/bin:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/apache2/bin:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/common/bin:$PATH"
      Change the line to:
      PATH="/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/php/bin:/opt/local/lib/mysql51/bin:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/apache2/bin:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/common/bin:$PATH"
    • Find the line:
      DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH="/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/mysql/lib:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/apache2/lib:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/common/lib:$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH"
      Change the line to:
      DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH="/opt/local/lib/mysql51/mysql:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/apache2/lib:/Applications/mampstack-1.2-1/common/lib:$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH"
      Save and close the file once finished.
  5. Restart your computer.


Windows

Backup and Decommission WAMPStack MySQL

  1. Open a new Command Prompt window, then enter the following command.You will need to substitute the word PASSWORD with your MySQL password and DATABASE with your MySQL database name.
    "C:\Program Files\Bitnammi WAMPStack\mysql\bin\mysqldump.exe" --force --compress --triggers --routines --create-options -u root -pPASSWORD DATABASE > archivedatabase.sql
  2. Open the Services panel, select and stop the "wampstackMySQL" service. Right mouse click the "wampstackMySQL" service and select 'Properties'. In the Properties window, change 'Startup type' to 'Manual'. Click 'Apply' then 'OK'.


Installing MySQL 5.1 Server

Select the appropriate installer for your system from the /Tools/Windows directory on the supplied disc.

32bit: mysql-5.1.68-win32.msi
64bit: mysql-5.1.68-winx64.msi
  1. Run the installer and follow the installer instructions to perform a 'Typical' installation. Make sure the 'Configure the MySQL Server now' checkbox is enabled before clicking 'Finish'.
  2. Complete the MySQL Server Instance Configuration Wizard. Use the following options at the appropriate screens:
    • Select 'Standard Configuration'.
    • Select 'Install As Windows Service' and 'Launch the MySQL Server automatically'.
    • Enter the same MySQL password for the 'root' user as before.
    • Deselect the 'Create An Anonymous Account' checkbox.
  3. Change the file permissions of C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\my.ini so you can edit the file. Open in Notepad and change the following:
    • Find the line:
      query_cache_size=0
      Change the line to:
      query_cache_size=512M
    • Add the followng lines beneath 'query_cache_size=512M':
      query_cache_limit=4M
      max_allowed_packet=16M
      key_buffer=16M
      thread_stack=192K
      Save and close the file.
  4. Open the Services panel, select and start the 'MySQL' service.
  5. In the Command Prompt window, enter the following two commands.You will need to substitute the word PASSWORD with your MySQL password and DATABASE with your MySQL database name.
    "C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin\mysql.exe" -u root -pPASSWORD -e "create database DATABASE;"
    "C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin\mysql.exe" -u root -pPASSWORD --compress DATABASE < archivedatabase.sql


Configure WAMPStack to use the new MySQL server

  1. Change the file permissions of C:\Program Files\BitNami WAMPStack\apache2\htdocs\core\config.php so you can edit the file. Open in Notepad and make the following changes:
    • Find the line:

      $install_mysql_path      = "C:\\Program Files\\BitNami WAMPStack\\mysql\\bin\\mysql";
      Change the file path so the line reads:

      $install_mysql_path      = "C:\\Program Files\\MySQL\\MySQL Server 5.1\\bin\\mysql";
    • Find the line:
      $install_mysqldump_path  = "C:\\Program Files\\BitNami WAMPStack\\mysql\\bin\\mysqldump";
      Change the file path so the line reads:
      $install_mysqldump_path  = "C:\\Program Files\\MySQL\\MySQL Server 5.1\\bin\\mysqldump";
      Save and close the file once finished.
  2. Change the file permissions of C:\Program Files\BitNami WAMPStack\properties.ini so you can edit the file. Open in Notepad and make the following changes:
    • Find the line:
      mysql_binary_directory=C:/Program Files/BitNami WAMPStack/mysql/bin
      Change the line to:
      mysql_binary_directory=C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin
    • Find the line:
      mysql_root_directory=C:\Program Files\BitNami WAMPStack/mysql
      Change the line to:
      mysql_root_directory=C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\
    • Find the line:
      mysql_unique_service_name=wampstackMySQL
      Change the line to:
      mysql_unique_service_name=MySQL
      Save and close the file once finished.
  3. Open the Services panel, select and restart the 'wampstackApache' service.


Install GDAL – Geospatial Data Abstraction Library

For Mac:

  1. Open a Terminal window and enter the following command, then press 'return':
    sudo port install gdal
    Enter your password, then press 'return'.

Note: During the installation of GDAL it is possible that macports has also upgraded ImageMagick. It is recommended that you repeat steps 8 and 9 of BitNami MAMPStack installation instructions before continuing.


For Windows:

Select the appropriate installer for your system from the /Tools/Windows directory on the supplied disc. Follow the onscreen instructions to compete the installation.

32bit: gdal-19-1600-core.msi
64bit: gdal-19-1600-x64-core.msi


Install Mapping Component Package

The 'mappingFor996.zip' package, supplied on disc, is suitable for Ara Irititja KMS version 1.1.996. Your Archive version is displayed at the bottom of the About screen. Refer to the software Release Notes if you need to upgrade your Archive.

Important:


To install the component:

  1. Copy the 'mappingFor996.zip' file found on the mapping component disc to your Desktop.
  2. Enter the Archive using a Super Administrator account.
  3. Under the 'Administration' menu, select 'Home' to enter the Administration Home screen.
  4. Click the 'Software Update' link under the 'System' heading. This link will only be available if you are logged in as a Super Administrator.
  5. In the Software Update wizard, choose the 'mappingFor996.zip' file on your Desktop. Click 'Continue' once the file has been selected.
  6. If the Archive Software is correctly configured you will receive a message indicating the update is ready to be installed. Click 'Install Update' to begin the upgrade process. The upgrade may take several minutes to complete, particularly for Archives with a large number of images.
  7. Once the package has finished running, you will be presented with an update report. A 'Successful Software Update' message indicates your System has been correctly upgraded with the mapping component. Any errors that have occurred during the upgrade will be presented on screen.


Note: If your installation fails, please locate the error in the log and contact the developer for assistance. Do not repeat the installation process until advised to do so.


Install Geoserver

These instructions have been written to accompany the Wiki's Installation and Setup instructions found here. If your installation has deviated from these instructions or your Archive is accessible online, it is recommended that you become familiar with Geoserver's account and security settings, and amend the below instructions to suit your own security strategy. At the very least, changing the password for the 'admin' account would be a sensible precaution.

For Mac:

  1. Copy the /Tools/Mac/geoserver-2.3.0 directory from the supplied disc to the Desktop.
  2. Open a Terminal window and enter the following commands:
    cd ~/Desktop
    sudo mv geoserver-2.3.0 /Library/geoserver
    sudo chown -R daemon:admin /Library/geoserver
    sudo chmod -R 755 /Library/geoserver
  3. Copy the /Tools/Mac/com.geoserver.service.plist file in the /Library/LaunchDaemons directory.
  4. In the Terminal window, enter the following commands:
    sudo touch /etc/launchd.conf
    echo "setenv JAVA_HOME $(/usr/libexec/java_home)" | sudo tee -a /etc/launchd.conf
    echo "setenv GEOSERVER_HOME /Library/geoserver" | sudo tee -a /etc/launchd.conf
    echo "setenv GEOSERVER_DATA_DIR /Applications/mampstack/apache2/htdocs/map_data" | sudo tee -a /etc/launchd.conf
  5. In the Terminal window, enter the following commands:
    cd /Library/LaunchDaemons/
    sudo chown root:wheel com.geoserver.service.plist
    sudo chmod 644 com.geoserver.service.plist
    sudo launchctl load -w com.geoserver.service.plist
  6. Restart the computer.


For Windows:

  1. Run the /Tools/Windows/geoserver-2.3.0.exe installer supplied on the disc. Follow the onscreen instructions. All default values should be used, except when asked to specify the:
    • GeoServer Data Directory: Select the 'Existing data directory' radio button, then click 'Browse...' and select the C:\Program Files\BitNami WAMPStack\apache2\htdocs\map_data directory.
    • Type of Installation: select the 'Install as a service' radio button.
  2. Copy the following two files into the C:\Program Files (x86)\GeoServer 2.3.0\webapps\geoserver\WEB-INF\lib directory:
    • /Tools/Windows/mysql-plugin/gt-jdbc-mysql-9.0.jar
    • /Tools/Windows/mysql-plugin/mysql-connector-java-5.1.17.jar
  3. Open the Windows Services panel, select and start the 'GeoServer 2.3.0' service.


Setup Geoserver

Logging in to Geoserver

An administrative account for Geoserver has been preconfigured during the Mapping Component installation. The username and password for this account can be found on a text file, called Geoserver Account.txt, on the supplied disc.

  1. Open a browser window and enter the following url: http://localhost:8080/geoserver/web/
  2. The Geoserver welcome page should be displayed. Login to Geoserver using the username and password found in the Geoserver Account.txt file.


Adding a Workspace for Archive Layers

Archive Layers generated from the Archive are grouped into a single workspace within Geoserver. The name of the workspace should be the archive number prefix of the (master) archive. For example, 'TJK' is the prefix of the archive number 'TJK-000034', so the workspace name in Geoserver would be 'TJK'.

  1. Login to Geoserver (if you're not already logged in).
  2. Click 'Workspaces' in the left-hand navigation column. You will see that a 'GENERAL' workspace already exists.
  3. Click 'Add new workspace'. Enter the following:

    Name: [the archive number prefix]
    Namespace URI: http://archive.ara-irititja.com/[the archive number prefix]

    You may choose to enter a different URI if you wish.
  4. Leave 'Default Workspace' unchecked and click 'Submit'. You should now have your Workspace displayed in the list.


Connecting Geoserver to the Archive's MySQL Database

Before completing the following steps you will need to know the archive's MySQL database name and password. If you cannot recall these values during the Archive's setup, open the Archive's core/config.php file in a text editor and locate:


To create the connection:

  1. Login to Geoserver (if you are not already logged in).
  2. Click 'Stores' in the left-hand navigation column. Click 'Add new Store'.
  3. Under the 'Vector Data Sources' heading, select 'MySQL – MySQL Database'.
  4. Enter the following values into the corresponding fields:

    Basic Store Info
    Workspace: [select the archive number prefix of your archive.]
    Data Source Name: [the archive's MySQL database name]
    Description: Ara Irititja KMS Database

    Connection Parameters
    host: localhost
    post: 3306
    database: [the archive's MySQL database name]
    user: root
    passwd: [the archive's MySQL password]
    Expose primary keys: Enabled
    max connections: 10
    min connections: 1
    fetch size: 1000
    Connection timeout: 20
    validate connections: Disabled
    Primary key metadata table: gt_pk_metadata_table
    Session startup SQL: [leave blank]
    Session close-up SQL: [leave blank]
    storage engine: MyISAM

    Click 'Save' once complete.
  5. If the database connection has been established correctly, the 'New Layer' page will be displayed. There is no need to create any layers, so click 'Stores' in the left-hand navigation. You should now see your Store in the list. Log out of Geoserver.


With a Workspace and Store created, Geoserver is now ready to integrate with the Archive.


Setup Mapping Component

Add Australia Base (Map) Layer

Geoserver has been preconfigured with a generic map of Australia. The following instruction will register the map as a Base Layer in the Archive. There must be at least one Base Layer generated from Geoserver in order to display and print maps. The Australian map can be modified in Geoserver to change its appearance, but it is recommended that it remains a Base Layer of the Archive.

  1. Log into the Archive using a Super Administrator account.
  2. Go to the menu: Administration → Home.
  3. Click the 'Base Layers' link under the 'Mapping' heading.
  4. Click the 'New' button to display the 'New Base Layer Wizard'.
  5. Select the 'Web Mapping Service (WMS)' radio button, if it is not already selected, then click 'Continue'.
  6. Enter the following values in the corresponding fields:

    Base layer Label: Australia 2.5M
    Projection: EPSG:4283
    Service is Online: No
    Service URL: [leave as default value]
    Bounds Min. X: 112.5
    Bounds Min. Y: -44.0
    Bounds Max. X: 154.0
    Bounds Max. Y: -9.0
    Service: WMS (This field cannot be changed.)
    Version: 1.1.1
    Request: GetMap
    Layers: GENERAL:Australia
    Format: JPEG
  7. Click 'Continue'. The Base Layer should now be created. Click 'Done'.


Adding Archive Layers

Archive Layers are transparent map layers that overlay the Base Layer map. Geoserver renders the Archive Layer graphics from the spatial geometry stored in the database, but the control of Archive Layers resides in the Archive. There is no limit to the number of Archive Layers that can be defined in the system, but to begin with a Places layer is most helpful.

To create a Places layer:

  1. Log into the Archive using a Super Administrator account and proceed to: Administration → Home.
  2. Click the 'Archive Layers' link under the 'Mapping' heading.
  3. Click the 'Add' button to display the New Archive Layer Wizard. Enter the following values into the fields:

    Label: Places
    Geometry Attribute: Places -> Location (locationGeom)

    Click 'Continue'.
  4. Select 'Name (placeName)' in the 'Supplemental Attributes' list. Click 'Continue'.
  5. Change the 'Label Attribute' property to 'Name'. Click 'Continue', then click 'Done' to finish.


Install Search Result Styles

To install Search Result Styles:

  1. Log into the Archive using a Super Administrator account and proceed to: Administration → Home.
  2. Click the 'Search Result Styling' link under the 'Mapping' heading.
  3. Click 'Save', the style information will have been installed into Geoserver.


Base Layers from Online Mapping Services

Base Layers can be sourced from online mapping resources including Google, Bing, Open Street Map and other Web Mapping Service (WMS) compatible resources. These online maps require the computer used to view the Archive to be connected to the Internet.

In situations where the Archive is viewed without access to the Internet, online mapping can be turned off in the Archive's Preferences. In this configuration, only Base Layers stored on Geoserver will be displayed in the Archive.


Note: Maps sourced from Bing Maps require an API Key. This key can obtain by registering an account with Bing at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff428642.aspx


Creating a Google Satellite Base Layer:

  1. Log into the Archive using a Super Administrator account and proceed to: Administration → Home.
  2. Click the 'Base Layers' link under the 'Mapping' heading.
  3. Click the 'New' button to display the 'New Base Layer Wizard'.
  4. Select the 'Google Maps (Version 3)' radio button, then click 'Continue'.
  5. Enter the following values into the corresponding fields:

    Base Layer Label: Google Satellite
    Type: Satellite

    Click 'Continue', then 'Done'.


Redundant Place Profile Attributes

When the Places Profile scheme was first conceived, it was envisaged that the 'Latitude', 'Longitude', 'Projection' and 'Datum' attributes would provide the foundations for the capturing of spacial data in the Archive. In theory this was a good idea, but in practice these fields alone were found to be impractical and would limit the capabilities of the Archive to capture complex spatial geometry.

Instead, a new Spatial Data attribute has been created, called 'Location', that supersedes the aforementioned attributes. It is recommended that these redundant attributes be removed from the Places Profile to prevent confusion. If these fields have been populated, then these coordinates will need to be manually transferred into the Location field before removing the redundant attributes.

To remove an Attribute:

  1. Log into the Archive using a Super Administrator account and proceed to: Administration → Home.
  2. Click the 'Archive Engine Manager' link under the 'Archive Engine' heading.
  3. Select the 'Places' Profile in the list, then click the 'Attributes' button.
  4. Select in the list the attribute you wish to remove, then click the 'Edit' button.
  5. Locate the 'Permanent' property and change the value to 'No'. Click the 'Save' button.
  6. With the attribute still selected, click the 'Delete' button. Click the 'Delete' button again to remove the attribute.
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