MapProvision stores uploaded data sets into a Google Fusion Table which is linked to your Google Account. It will show up in the your Google Docs list and will only allow modification by the Google Account holder or other users that the table owner authorizes. Any data uploaded using MapProvision will be owned by you indefinitely regardless of whether you continue to use MapProvision or not.

Google Fusion Tables is a Google cloud based storage system that is part of the Google Docs family that lets you gather, visualize and share your data online.

It has a front end web application that can be used to manage the data in your datasets. It allows you to edit, filter and visualize your data.

The Google Fusion Table Web Application.



Each Fusion Table has a unique Table ID. MapProvision provides this ID as a link in the Metadata View to the Fusion Table's managing application. Google Fusion Tables also provides an extensive API that can also be programmatically used to create, modify and delete data.

Any change to the data in a dataset's underlying Fusion Table will be reflected in the MapProvision Viewer application.

The first time you open the MapProvision Manager you will be prompted to authorize the MapProvision application to access your Google Fusion Tables. This authorization is only valid for Fusion Tables and can be revoked by you at any time.