|Simple Id||Not editable. After saving the feature form the feature gets automatically a simple id.|
|Project||Project the feature belongs to.|
|Name||Name of the feature. Use a descriptive one for better handling and usability.|
|Description||Any description relating to the feature.|
|Minimum scale||Minimum map scale for displaying the feature in the client.|
|Maximum scale||Maximum map scale for displaying the feature in the client.|
|Url||You have to paste your valid WMTS Url into this field.
|Layer||According to your WMTS Url, all available WMTS layers will be shown in this drop down list.|
|Style||According to your WMTS Url, all available WMTS styles will be shown in this drop down list.|
|Format||According to your WMTS Url, all available WMTS formats will be shown in this drop down list.|
|TileMatrixSet||According to your WMTS Url, all available TileMatrixSets layers will be shown in this drop down list.|
|Axis Order||You have to define the axis order of the bounding box and of the TopLeftCorner of your WMTS.
|Opacity||Transparency of a feature, usually defined by its alpha channel. Use values between 0 and 1. Value 1 = default and means no transparency.|
Click Save to store the feature.
If you want to use BingMaps and WMTS on the client side your graphic card must be supported by JavaFX hardware acceleration. To check if your graphic card does, download the following JNLP file (http://smartclient.intergraph.at/gmsc/graphiccardvalidator/graphiccardvalidator.jnlp).
If you will see the following screenshot by opening the JNLP file everything is good for you.