SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 integrates abundant GIS tools to offer GIS users from various domains a professional platform for spatial data and the relevant information displaying, editing, managing, querying and analyzing effectively and easily. SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 focuses on enhancing editing tools, improving manipulation settings, adds “Feature Guided Pages” tools, and enhances SuperGIS DataManager and Georeferencing Tools. Besides, as to editing tools, advanced editing toolbar and tracing tool are added to assist professional cartographers in editing and drawing maps more easily. Moreover, more settings and displaying methods are provided in manipulation and settings, labels, field calculation, feature symbol, buffer settings, etc.
SuperGIS Desktop 3 Standard Edition provides data visualization, query, analysis, and integration capabilities along with the ability to create and edit geographic features or data in a personal geodatabase. Professional Edition not only includes all the functionality of Standard Edition but also adds a set of tools for topology analysis and customization to enhance your GIS capability. The details of the functionality of the 2 editions, please refer to SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 Edition.
SupergeoTek website provides the trial versions of all SuperGIS products for free download. Once the software is downloaded, you can have 30-day trial period. When the trail period has expired, you cannot use the product anymore. If you would like to extend the trail period, please contact with us.
Yes, you are able to directly install SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 on the PC which has installed SuperGIS Desktop 3.1. But, before installing SuperGIS Desktop 3.2, we strongly advise you to comletely uninstall SuperGIS Desktop 3.1.
Please navigate to Start>Programs (or All Programs)>Supergeo>License Verifier. After opening License Verifier, please choose the product to obtain a license, and select Single License or Floating License . Before obtaining the license, please make sure that the Internet has been connected. All the steps are recommended to execute as Adminitrator. The details of getting license are provided in the Quick Start.
When the message appears, it means you have not obtained the license of SuperGIS Desktop or the license has expired. The solutions are listed below:
If the license of SuperGIS Desktop you use is single license, please run License Verifier before your first time to use SuperGIS Desktop. Please click Programs > Supergeo > License Verifier and choose SuperGIS Desktop, and select Single license. Input the license key that is gained legally and click OK. Then, you can start SuperGIS Desktop successfully.
If SuperGIS Desktop still cannot be started, it might be because the license key has been used in another computer. Please check whether you are the only user of the license key. Or please contact with us, and we will be glad to solve your problem.
If the license of SuperGIS Desktop you use is floating license, please run Floating License Manager on the license server. Please click Programs > Supergeo > Floating License Manager. As Floating License Manager is opened, enter the license key that is gained legally and the license service is activated. Then run License Verifier on the client side, choose SuperGIS Desktop and Floating License, and enter the location of the license server. Then, SuperGIS Desktop can be started successfully. Please note that there is number limit on floating license. If the number of people using at the same time has reached the upper limit, the message mentioned above will show up when the other users start SuperGIS Desktop.
If SuperGIS Desktop still cannot be activated, it might because of Windows firewall. When the windows firewall on the license server turns on, SuperGIS Desktop on the client side cannot be connected to get licensed. Please click Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Exceptions > Add Port, add the port number 7700 and name it. Click OK, and the client side in SuperGIS Desktop can connect to the server and obtain the license.
No matter for single license or floating license, if you use the license key for trial version, there will be time limit on SuperGIS Desktop. If the license for trial has expired, the message mentioned above will show up as well when SuperGIS Desktop is started. Then, you can choose to purchase the official version of SuperGIS Desktop or contact with SuperGeo to extend the trial period.
In Windows Vista/7 or higher, License Verifier should be run under the administrator account, and the obtained license will be recorded in the correct location. Otherwise, the message mentioned above might appear.
When installing SuperGIS Desktop 3 or getting the license, we strongly advise that you must have administrator privileges.
On Windows 7/2008/Vista, if you don’t login as the build-in Administrator account, please right click on the icon of Setup.exe or License Verifier and click "Run as administrator" on the popup menu. Then you only need to follow the steps to finish the installation or getting the license. Besides, when SuperGIS Desktop 3 is activated first time, you also have to right click on the icon of SuperGIS Desktop 3 and click "Run as administrator" on the popup menu to let SuperGIS Desktop be activated.
On Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003, if you don’t have administrator privileges, please right click on the icon of Setup.exe or License Verifier and click "Run as…" on the popup menu and switch to the account with administrator privileges. You can start the installation or to get the license. When SuperGIS Desktop 3 being activated first time, you also have to right click on the icon of SuperGIS Desktop 3 and click "Run as…" on the popup menu to switch to the account with administrator privileges. The SuperGIS Desktop 3 will be activated successfully.
SuperGIS Desktop 3 Standard Edition supports to completely read and edit vector data in a personal geodatabase (based on Microsoft Access files). It can also create new layers in a personal geodatabase. SuperGIS Desktop 3 Professional Edition supports to read and edit the data from an enterprise geodatabase, such as Oracle Spatial, MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL.
uperGIS Desktop 3 supports the vector formats, such as GEO, SHP, MIF, DXF, GML, DWG, and DGN, and many common-used raster image formats, including SGR (SuperGeo Raster File), MrSID, GeoTIFF, BMP, GIF, JPG, JPG2000, ECW, PNG, LAN and GIS. In addition, SuperGIS Desktop 3 can not only read and write the data in a personal geodatabase and an enterprise geodatabase but also read the data conforming OGC Standards.
Yes, the map edited in SuperPad is supported to import to SuperGIS Desktop. You are allowed to store the edited map in *.slr format (SuperGeo Layer File) in SuperPad, and then import the *.slr file with Import function in SuperGIS Desktop. In addition to Import function, SuperGIS Desktop also supports to export the map in *.slr format, and then you can continue to edit the data in SuperPad in the field.
SuperGIS Desktop 3 has many optional SuperGIS Desktop extensions, including 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst, Spatial Statistical Analyst, Network Analyst, Biodiversity Analyst and Topology Analyst, enabling you to extend more capabilities and power of SuperGIS Desktop. In addition, SuperGIS Desktop 3 also has many no-cost add-ons, such as OGC Client add-on, GPS add-on, Online Map Tool, Feature Guided Pages, etc.