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I have map rendered from geoserver but it takes too much time, again shown map is half-shown and distorted as the following image, SOMETIMES THE MAP DOES NOT EVEN DISPLAY

my distorted map in open-layer My JAI setting is as below




My PostGIS DataBase Content in SQL is as below

  -- Table: thana

  -- DROP TABLE thana;

        gid serial NOT NULL,
        objectid integer,
        recid numeric,
        geocode numeric,
        div_code numeric,
        div_name character varying(254),
        dist_code numeric,
        dist_name character varying(254),
        thana_name character varying(254),
        thana_code numeric,
        shape_leng numeric,
        shape_area numeric,
        noofbed double precision,
        bedoccupen double precision,
        dailyavgop double precision,
        geom geometry(MultiPolygon,4326),
        CONSTRAINT thana_pkey PRIMARY KEY (gid)
       ALTER TABLE thana
       OWNER TO postgres;

  -- Index: thana_geom_gist

  -- DROP INDEX thana_geom_gist;

          CREATE INDEX thana_geom_gist
          ON thana
          USING gist

My geoserver web page

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Would any one with any tweak please

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What is the data source you are trying to display? That is, what was the original format, and how do you have it set up in your geoserver instance? – BradHards Dec 9 '12 at 22:59
thanks a lot for ur quick reply , my data source is POSTGIS table – SIslam Dec 9 '12 at 23:58
Please explain what you inserted into the table, and how. – BradHards Dec 10 '12 at 0:01
I think there might be some issue with the spatial reference. In addition, how many features do you have in total? – Devdatta Tengshe Dec 10 '12 at 3:23
@msi_g I was asking about the number of records or rows in the thana table. – Devdatta Tengshe Dec 10 '12 at 5:48

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