Config group





Defines the look and feel of the Web Operator Client

schema location



The Web Operator Client configuration can be used to customize the look and feel of a Web OC (General Web OC Documentation). The configuration will be used by the PI REST Service: https://fewsdocs.deltares.nl/webservices/rest-api/v1/#get-/weboc/config.


The general section is used to configure overall web oc items like: the title, logo, help menu etc.


In the components section the order of components and components specifics can be configured , such as: name of components and permissions.

Example config file

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<webOperatorClient xmlns="http://www.wldelft.nl/fews" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.wldelft.nl/fews https://fewsdocs.deltares.nl/schemas/version1.0/webOperatorClient.xsd">
		<title>Delft FEWS Web Operator Client</title>
			<url name="Help entry links to external url">https://example.com</url>
			<path name="Help entry links to path in Web OC">terms-of-use</path>
			<title>Topology Display</title>
			<title>Terms of Use page</title>

Using Images and static resources

For configurations where images or static files like stylesheets can be configured, either a fully qualified url can be used (https://mydomain.com/images/logo.png) or a relative URL can be used that points to the resources endpoint of PI Rest service:

See: https://fewsdocs.deltares.nl/webservices/rest-api/v1/#get-/resources/images/-id- and https://fewsdocs.deltares.nl/webservices/rest-api/v1/#get-/resources/static/-id-.


When for example a logo is configured as:  <logo>resources/images/my-logo.png</logo>, the my-logo.png file should be in de WebResourceFiles folder of the Delft-FEWS Configuration. This also applies to non-image resources, like CSS stylesheets.

Multiple Web OC Configurations

It is possible to specify multiple webOperatorClient.xml files by using a custom FEWS WebServices Configuration File. The Config file has to match: WebOperatorClient*.xml. In this configuration file a custom webOperatorClient.xml can be configured. For example:

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