A Python-based server application that can serve up map tiles based on rendered geographic data

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TileStache can't find spatial ref for vector layer

I have a query based vector layer in my TileStache configuration, and it's hitting this block of code if layer.GetSpatialRef() is None and driver_name != 'SQLite': raise KnownUnknown('Couldn\'t ...
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TileStache:TileStache.Core.KnownUnknown: Couldn't get a layer from data source!

I want to use tilestache to get geojson files. I hava run tilestache-server.py -c tilestache.cfg ,and it works well. However,I want to get tiles from data stored in postgis. Maybe it will need to run ...
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What is the best way to handle metadata with TileStache?

When I'm serving up maps and UtfGrids with tileStache I would like to also include some metadata with the layers so that my leaflet application can understand the context of the layer. For example: ...
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Tilestache/Mapnik: Is it possible to create dynamically filtered layers?

I'm using Tilestache to generate two layers with the mapnik and mapnik grid providers, and it's working great! However, I want users to be able to filter the data over many (more than ten) ...
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Overlaying a mbtiles tile layer produced with tilemill over another layer maintaining transperency

So using leaflet, I'm overlaying my base tile layer as google satellite imagery. I want to overlay another layer (Mbtiles layer) produced with tilemill over this satellite layer. I was successful in ...
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Can't get Tilestache working on Apache (mod_wsgi)

Trying to get a tileserver running on Ubuntu 14.04 with TileStache and Apache. No problem running the TileStache development server (tilestache-server.py) or the uWSGI example from the API docs: ...
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TileStache some vector tiles failing / postgis connection error

I have TileStache running fine with NGINX/uWSGI on my server. Problems start when I try to render data as vector tiles from a postgis datasource. A few tiles will normally work fine, but at some ...
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mbtiles generated by tilestache does not open in qgis

I have tilestache-seed.py working fine for a tms layer and also outputting mbtiles but the mbtiles generated does not open in qgis and according to mapbox the tiles can be separated into three tables ...
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New geographical point won't show on map

I did recently ask a question about how to add a new point to a PostGIS table. Now when I've got the new point in the table it should be visible on my map, but it isn't. I'm using Mapnik together ...
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How to enable tilestache-seed logging?

We're migrating from a working 'tilecache' server to a new 'tilestache' server. I have been chasing my tail for 2 days now trying to figure out how to get tilestache-seed to cache some tiles. I'm ...
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Why does a (relatively) small .CSV file break the Mapnik CSV plugin?

I have an app showing a map of N. America, and I want to let users toggle a layer displaying airports. The map needs to be available without an Internet connection, so I'm hosting the tiles and ...
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Live serving tiles from Tilemill: Easiest way?

I have set up Tilemill on a Ubuntu server and I have imported OSMBright as a starting point. In general it seem to work good. I have imported the planet file (took a long time but now it is done and ...
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tilestache - bounding box - bbox

I am trying to configure Tilestache in a way that I could be able to ask the Postgis server from client... with bounding box... and in response I would like to get geojson. I would like to try with ...
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UTFGrid from raster source

Is it possible to make utfgrids from a raster source (e.g. GeoTIFF)? I am trying to get utfgrids from a .tif with mapnik.xml and TileStache but it seems not to be working. As a workaround I am ...
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How to generate map tiles with TileStache and a custom projection

I would like to generate my own map tiles using TileStache and a custom projection. I have been struggling with this for quite some time and am hoping I can get some advice to get the tiles to ...
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Can i access UTF grids without a server?

I'm creating a slippery map that will run off of a usb stick or cd (client request). I'm able to load up the map, display pre-cooked tiles and some some simple vectors. The client would like some more ...
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Can tilecache create UTFgrids?

Am i able to create utf grids in tilecache or do i have to move to tilestache? I ask because i am using, and would prefer to continue to use, utmZ10 and not wgs84 or spherical mercator.
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use tilestache-server.py to get local tiles

I have successfully use tilestache-seed.py to get tiles in different zoom levels, and I use processing to render the geojson tiles. Now I want to use tilestache-server.py to get local tiles in a way ...
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Problems rendering tilestache served mbtiles in QGIS

I came across Geoffery Hing's walk through on using Tilestache to serve up mbtiles to QGIS. I followed the configuration and I was able to view tiles in the browser without any problems. However, when ...
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TileStache : Unknown geometry type in geoJSON file

I'm currently trying to set up a TilSstache server on Ubuntu 12.04 to serve some GeoJSON tiles from a shapefile/JSON file (administratives boundaries) for a web mapping project using the Leaflet ...
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How do I combines tile caches to serve them as 1 layer with TileStache?

I have an OpenLayers map that has over 50 layers, and will be growing. I am having trouble with displaying many layers since a large monitor will request approximately ~100 tiles per layer. Rather ...
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How does TileStache handle cache invalidation?

We are trying to set up our own openstreetmap server. From what I read here, you can use a variety of caches to speed up serving the data. Now, once a week, the people of openstreetmap provides a ...