Specifies the name. For example, $GEOMETRY4.
If True, the value cannot be edited.
Instead of the coordinates, you can show a text. If no geometry exists, the UnAvailableValue text is displayed. If geometry exists and the AvailableValue is not empty this text is displayed.
If the AvailableValue is empty (default), the coordinates are shown.
Defines the precision of the values shown in the form.
Shows the start or end or mid point of an arc.
If False, in the case of lines/polygons, all coordinates of all vertices are shown.
If True, only the coordinates of the first or last vertex are shown.
X = easting, Y = northing, Z = elevation.
If True, the respective value X, Y, or Z is shown in the text box/list box. The order of display is X (easting), Y (northing), Z (elevation).
If False, the respective value (x,y,z) will not be shown in the text box/list box.
Default: empty. You can define an SQL statement to show the geometry of related child features, which is stored in a different table. For example, this happens, if the table is of the attribute type, as is the case in the utility model .
Note the parallel to label definitions. With a geometry control in addition to SQL, you can display the coordinates of the related geometry. With a Parent Geometry select statement, you can query the geometry of a related feature if the parent label is of the attribute type.