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Whenever you activate tile caching for a layer or layer group in Geoserver, GeoWebCache will start to cache all requested tiles. As you know you can speed things up for your early users by pre-seeding all important mapsets, zoom levels or areas. But if you change the tiled layer's basic structure (e.g. by modifying the gridset) or layout (e.g. by switching ...
As Mark said, standalone GWC will not work without Geoserver (that means web map server). By default, GWC (GeoWebCache) comes as integrated plug in with Geoserver installation files. Stand alone GWC means you can also set up GWC separately and configure to work in sync with installed Geoserver based on your requirements for clustering or so. Install ...
The scale limits which are used in SLD should be converted automatically into MinScaleDenominator/MaxScaleDenominator with WMS 1.3.0 and into ScaleHint in WMS 1.1.1. You can read examples from this demo server: http://demo.opengeo.org/geoserver/wms?service=WMS&request=GetCapabilities&version=1.3.0 ...
There is no such feature, it's up to your client to look into the WMS capabilities document and get the valid scale ranges from there. You'll need a recent enough version of GeoServer to find the limits in there (I'm positive they are in 2.6.x, not sure about 2.5.x)
I've managed to solve this in a different way. I used this post http://www.aubrett.com/InformationTechnology/Geospatial/gdal2tilesTMSStructure.aspx to create TMS tiles and than using ol.source.XYZ to display them.
After loading all the datas in vector layer we have to redraw vector layer. map.getLayersByName(vectorlayerName).redraw(); Thank you @iant. :)
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