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It is not possible with version 5.6.8 but if you update to version 6.4 you can use the SIA shape smoothing algorithm. The RFC of the feature is in http://mapserver.org/development/rfc/ms-rfc-94.html and current documentation about the usage in http://mapserver.org/output/shape_smoothing.html#shape-smoothing. If you must to stay with the old 5.6.8 the only ...


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With the fixed mapfile, it become clear to me, this is a client side problem. There is nothing wrong with the MapServer setup, the resolution limit has been set in the OpenLayers map object automatically. To override this limit, include a maxResolution parameter in your OpenLayers.Map constructor. var map = new OpenLayers.Map('map', { ...


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It will never work. You are using code for the deprecated Google Maps API v2. Trying what's happened with the sample, I get a message like below Control is no longer supported in the Google Maps Javascript API v2. Please visit developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/v2/v2tov3 to migrate your application to v3. I didn't dive into the ...


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The output you are seeing is a result of the DEBUG (scroll down a little) statement in the mapfile. Specifically, msLoadMap not incl. means that the time displayed on the same line after the colon is the time taken to process the request (i.e.: the time spent reading data from shapefiles, or databases, assembling symbology, rendering and then output), less ...


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The loader should be defined with the callback function that is called when the response has been completely loaded. One way of doing this: loader: function(extent, resolution, projection) { var url = ...



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