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How to install MapServer on IIS 7.5 with windows 7 OS

I want to use the map server in my asp.net application. For that one, I need to install mapserver on IIS. I am using windows 7 with 64 bit os. I have IIS 7.5 installed on my PC. Can any one help me ...
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How to install gdal_merge to run with osgeo?

I recently installed OSGEO (http://download.osgeo.org/) which included python and gdal. I just realised however that there are many gdal libraries that were not included in this package for example ...
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missing tables vertices_tmp and vertices_tmp_id_seq pgrouting workshop

I'm using OSgeo 6.5 dvd and studing pgrouting workshop for get shortest path. I created database call "routing" and used "template_routing" for create tables but only 3 tables created. So then I ...
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arcgis server performance comparison

Are there any recent comparisons/studies of arcgis server vs. open source gis servers in common tasks like providing a wms/wfs, filtering data/search performance, and so on? We received a lot of ...
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Getting “Segmentation fault: 11” with ogr in Python

This is the code I'm trying to run: In [1]: from osgeo import ogr In [2]: datasource = ogr.Open('testdata.shp') In [3]: datasource.GetLayerCount() Out[3]: 1 In [4]: layer = ...
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Error while retrieving a WCS coverage with GDAL

I'm currently using the OSGeo-Live 7.0 (Link) image to write a PyWPS process. Part of this process is to retrieve a WCS layer with GDAL (from a GeoServer instance). Since GDAL supports WCS out of the ...
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How to identify grid shift file used by osgeo in Python?

I wrote a Python script reprojecting points from a source coordinate reference system (SCRS) to a target one (TCRS) both identified by an EPSG code. I would like my python script to retrieve details ...
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using GDAL/OGR (faster)

Eventually, I was able to get the GDAL installed and compiled correctly using Visual C++ 2010. I even tested some of its methods on some geo-referenced raster files, and it looks like that all is ...
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GRASS Plugin to QGIS error

I am installing QGIS and GRASS as part of an FOSS GIS class I'll be teaching this summer. I used the OsGeo4W installer. This installer has always worked flawlessly for me except on the machines at the ...
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VSIMalloc3() and UnifiedSrcDensity mask errors when running gdal_warp in OSGEO4w shell

This is related to gdal.py as part of bat script in windows 7 I am getting ERROR 2: VSIMalloc3(): Out of memory allocating 854522136 bytes. ERROR 2: Out of memory allocating 119813400 bytes ...
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Where is documentation for OSGeo FDO API?

Can anybody help me to find the documentation for OSGeo FDO API for .net and for NetTopologySuite API ?
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DeleteFeature work very slowly with a MemoLayer

I have a python custom geoproccess wich use osgeo.ogr with a 'Memory' datasource. It work pretty fast except in one point where I need to delete feature known by id in a list. duplicated.sort() #list ...
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Importing OGR from OSGEO Issues

I am trying to run: from osgeo import ogr and I get: Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in from osgeo import ogr File ...
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How to get array of points from C# OSGeo.Geometry object

I'm using the C# OSGeo tools and have created several geometry objects from WKT. Now that I have these geometry objects (Points, Lines, or Polygons), I want to get an array of the points that are ...
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How to embed an OpenLayers map in a blog post?

I have a map in GeoServer which I need to publish in a blog post. I'm pretty sure this is possible but I am not managing to make it work. I'm posting the html source code from the openlayers layer ...