If you specify a web map outside the bounds of a Webroutine, it becomes a global web map. This means that every Webroutine in the WAM adopts that web map.
You will find many uses for global Web Maps, and you will see examples of using them in this guide, such as in 1.4.3 Being Stateless.
Until now, we have described Web Maps that have been specified in Webroutines such as in this example:
In the following global web map example, note the placement of the web map for the WLDEPTS working list. Both MyWebroutine and MyOtherWebroutine will adopt this web map when compiled. Note also that MyWebroutine also has its own, local, web map specified.