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Try running tilestache on a different port. Port 8080 has many things running on it. What OS are you using tilestache-server.py -c your config file -p 9000 Then you can run localhost:9000 and you should get the
Why changing ports. make sure when you start tilestache-server it listens to the correct port and make sure that by going to localhost:port_of_tilestatche it shows. belows tilestache
From what I understand, at the time enterprise geodatabases were being designed at ESRI, MySql simply was not extensible enough to support data structures needed for efficiently represent geographic data. In other words, you cannot define complex column types at will, create an index based on it, etc. Think about the feature geometry as a field, it can be ...
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