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1answer
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Is it necessary to use cachewrite control to use cacheread in openlayers?

the question is very simple. i want to use the OpenLayers.Control.CacheRead control to load and store tiles when the connection is fast e.g. with wifi network. then use the same device in other places ...
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1answer
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How do i use gdal2tiles for creating tilecache?

I want to create tiled cache from raster file, so i downloaded gdal2tiles.py. Now i don't get what (and how) i must do with that python script file.
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1answer
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Unable to stop ArcGIS Server automatic cache generation

I'm running ArcGIS Server 10.1 on a Windows box on Amazon, via remote desktop. I've set up some services on which I have enabled caching using the Bing/Google/Esri scheme. I explicitly set these to ...
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3answers
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local tiles server for offline access

Anyone knows if there is a "lightway" solution to mount a local tile server? Feature I'd to provide is local storage of small sections of maps, not more than small city for example, in order to ...
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2answers
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Caching for dynamic layers

I have over 140 layers that need to appear as overlays on basemaps(Google and OSM). My users can pick and choose which layers they want to see and store them in their preferences. While we have built ...
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0answers
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Dynamic Tiling Isn't working(create tiles on demand isn't working)

I have a map where users are going to primarily being viewing a particular area, so I cached this area and checked off the dynamic tiling option inside of the service properties this worked fine for a ...
2
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2answers
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How to cache online tiles on a development machine?

I am developing a slippy map web application using openlayers. Right now my tiles come straight away from OSM and google, etc. For the moment I always work on the same area for development purposes ...
2
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1answer
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Why is my DEM not caching correctly?

Relating to a previous post, found an excellent source for data called Koordinates. I downloaded this 5m DEM of New Zealand, Wellington. This is in a TIFF format and I have added to ArcMap 10, ...