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I have a peculiar rendering of a small table in PostGis of polygones (imported from a shape file) from Geoserver (layer preview with OpenLayers)

Default view when clicking on the layer preview from GeoServer admin

Zoomed in

The object are just cloned ... Would you give me a clue on what is going on ?

Here is the output of the same table using QGis

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closed as unclear what you're asking by BradHards, PolyGeo, Devdatta Tengshe, whuber Dec 21 '13 at 21:33

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what projection is your data in? and what did you tell GeoServer it was in? –  iant Oct 11 '13 at 12:24
    
I am wondering why this question was closed for being unclear. It is quite a nasty trend on Stack Exchanges those days ... To cancel questions for being not clear, not fitting some obscure rules ... For the question is a part of the problem... –  gpasse Jan 8 at 15:36
    
My guess is that I asked you to clarify in October and nothing had happened by the end of December, so it looked like an orphan question –  iant Jan 8 at 15:46
    
@iant All right. I get it. Thank you for the answer –  gpasse Jan 8 at 15:47

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This normally happens because of the data in geoserver is in projected system and you try to access it using geodetic system.

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I feel this should be a comment rather than an answer –  Devdatta Tengshe Dec 21 '13 at 15:16
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I have edited the answer. –  neogeomat Jan 2 at 4:43

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