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Instead of writing WMS xml file from scratch with notepad , is there a tool that is easy to create/configure such a file (or convert a GIS workspace - MapInfo / QGIS into WMS file) ?

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I've read that one can export from QGIS to MapServer , but not sure how good is it and if there are other alternatives. – Alophind Nov 18 '12 at 4:26
    
What WMS server are you using? – Peter Horsbøll Møller Nov 19 '12 at 9:06
    
Currently mapxtreme , but looking to try free one (either ms4w or geoserver) thing is I'm a .net guy.... – Alophind Nov 19 '12 at 16:55
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I don't think such a tool exists. But you could probably easily create your own using .NET - I'm sure writing such a tool would be easier than maintaining the WMS config XML file by hand.

Of course that depends on how often you want to make changes to the service

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