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This is the complementary info to mpianka answer: creating a vector grid and joining you point attributes Thanks a lot. problem 2) to many points clicked Creating a vector from data point in QGIS is done by the menu Vector > Research Tools > Vector Grid. I used polygon output as suggested. Please be aware of the issue of hanaging. To avoid ...
It sounds like your workflow would function better with a seamless grid of polygons instead of points. That way there would be no empty space when a user clicked on the map. Maybe try creating a vector grid and joining you point attributes to it?
As there are no controls to handle GetFeatureInfo for TMS layers I created the url with all necessary parameters and made the request with OpenLayers.Request.GET.
Can you update your version of Geoserver? Newer (2.4+) versions of Geoserver support JSON Natively for the response from the getFeatureInfo operation. If you can't update you have two options: Request for the output in GML and then parse the result in your Client code. Otherwise, you can use this 'hack' to get the response in JSON. Once you have the ...
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