servers.jsonfile to define the default connection behavior in Heavy Immerse. It describes how to enable default behavior using
servers.json, provides basic syntax, and includes examples. You can define the HEAVY.AI database to connect to, as well as the username and password. You can also configure Immerse to use additional tile sources for geo charts.
servers.jsonfile, you must first edit
servers.jsonby adding the following line:
servers.jsonfile to control the default configuration when you log in to Heavy Immerse. The information in
servers.jsoncan identify the database you connect to and credentials to use during automatic login.
servers.jsondoes not exist yet, create a file by that name in the HEAVYAI_STORAGE directory.
servers.json, specify the database to connect to, as well as username and password information. You can use host, port, and protocol to specify the path to the data:
feature_flagssection lets you set global default settings for the Immerse user interface.
customStylesJSON object to
servers.json. Use the
servers.jsonfile that includes customization. When you want to change any of the settings in
servers.json, you must replace all settings in
servers.json, even if you duplicate the default values.
servers.json, you can use custom map styles created with Mapbox Studio, as well as third-party OGC-compliant raster tile sources.
mapboxCustomStylesproperty, and then define the source.
mapboxCustomStylesis an array, and that the objects in the array have
valueproperties. To avoid errors, consider using a JSON validator like JSON Lint to make sure the code is correctly formatted before starting Immerse.
mapboxCustomStylesproperty, in the following order: