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Another option would be MapSurfer.NET framework. This is a rather advanced tool to solve different cartographic tasks. It is based on some OGC standards, for example, it supports WMS and TMS specifications. The installer has SDK package with a sample project (Visual Studio) for a desktop application, where you can visualize your own map in a control that ...


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I am not really sure if you mean ASP.NET, or really a .NET Desktop or even mobile Application, but I assume you mean the latter ones, as you already will have a clue how to insert a Leaflet Map into a ASP.NET application. If you don't have a commercial framework like ESRI's ArcEngine or mapdotnet.com available, one possible option is SharpMap. There are ...


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I found the solution thaks to : ArcObjects: Memory leak in IFeatureClass.Search (only on SDE with direct connect) Code correction : ITopologicalOperator4 topoOperateur = ((IClone)secteurPsr.Shape).Clone() as ITopologicalOperator4; IGeometry geomPsr = ((IClone)currentPsr.Value.Shape).Clone(); IPolyline polylinePsr = geomPsr ...


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I found a solution : re-open the raster in the main thread when the pyramids creation is done, instead of passing the dataset as a parameter. So the my code is : private class Worker { private delegate void RasterLoadedCallback(); public void DoWork() { // Set the workspace and file names : string workspacePath = ...


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you have to control it by OnContextMenu event. you have to add an extension into your project. then in context menu event you can control that if your tool is active, context menu popup else don't popup. Private Sub OnContextMenu(x As Integer, y As Integer, ByRef handled As Boolean) If YourCommandActiveCondition Then Dim pContextMenu As ...


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No there is no .NET libraries for QGIS. The only options there are Python and C++.



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