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You can import your locations into QGIS/ArcMap/MapInfo or a spatialite/postgis database using the SIRGAS2000 (UTM 21s) coordinates. Then reproject the data to WGS84 and export the coordinates and location ids into a format that your database will import such as csv.


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I think the data is rather in meters in a projected local CRS. It might be necessary to add a high number constant to get the full coordinates needed for reprojection to WGS84. For India, a set of local coordinate systems has been established, see http://kanchu_deep.tripod.com/igintro.htm You have to know in which zone your data is collected. It might ...


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I don't believe you need to incorporate Google Maps with GeoServer. Instead, the Google Maps tiles will go straight into OpenLayers, with your own datasets coming from GeoServer. Something like this rough diagram: See the OpenLayers sample page for instructions on how to add Google Maps as a background layer: map = new OpenLayers.Map('map', { projection: ...


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you are trying to use Arcgis Extension for Google Maps API version 1.6 (http://help.arcgis.com/en/webapi/javascript/gmaps/help/topics/apiref.htm) with Google Maps API version 3. You should also update the ArcGIS Server extension to the new version: http://google-maps-utility-library-v3.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/arcgislink/docs/examples.html.


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I don't think this is the cause of your problem, but you are misspelling maxResolution in your code. It might help you to use a tool like Fiddler or FireBug to look at the request urls of the WMS layer. For a start, check that the coordinates getting passed are in the correct projection.


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Please can someone help me no longer know what to try I know the problem is in my WMS layer but do not know where. I was using Spherical Mercator projection and passing bounds in decimal degrees, already corrected this error and still did not work. I appreciate any help. <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang='en'> <head> <meta charset='utf-8' ...


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You can't solve this problem in general. Fundamentally, if you don't have the location (with boundary) of every infrastructure location you care about, you cannot tell if any given point lies inside an infrastructure location or not. You may be able to solve this for a very small area (e.g. by taking an open data source such as openstreetmap and personally ...


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Are you sure it is an API issue? I think it is a database/system coverage issue. According to news.yahoo.com/google-maps-adds-live-transit-data-selected-cities (2011-06-09) Google plans to expand its live transit coverage into other metropolitan areas worldwide. (emphasis mine). There are several cities covered by Google Transit, but i suspect it's ...


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Get the x,y coordinates of the boundaries of countries from the following website Natural Earth (thanks, Devdatta Tengshe) which has more accurate data than others I've tried. Then use ArcGIS 10.2 to open the map shape file and select the boundaries you need. Go to data management tools --features-- features vertices to points and open the generated table. ...


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I used the openlayers beginners to better understand its operation, but I have a doubt about the projections. OL projection uses 4326 by default gmaps api and uses the 900913 right? So when I create the map object to set the projection 900913 to use the api. But as my layers in geoserver, they are projected in 4326. Declared SRS changed the settings in ...


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You need to use LatLng instead of LatLong: center = new google.maps.LatLng(-30.0330600,-51.230000); Also, if you use a map_element with a bigger width: <!--Elemento HTML onde o mapa é exibido --> <div id='map_element' style='width: 500px; height: 500px;'></div> everything will be ok:



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