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I managed to find my answer and fix it. It turns out the permanent link to email in the QGIS Web Client button is done in the WebgisInit.js file of the Web Client. After line 1784, I found this: else { permalink = urlArray[0] + "?map="; alert(wmsMapName); permalink = permalink + "/" + wmsMapName.replace("/", ""); //add .qgs if it is missing ...


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The call on line 68 of your GetUrlParams.js sets the urlParams array to the returns from Ext.urlDecode(urlArray[1]). Within that urlDecode() subprogram is where the .map element is being assigned....it includes the slash that you want to reposition. On line 74 of your GetUrlParams.js, the wmsURI is assigned by sandwiching the urlParams.map element between ...


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Figured it out by trial and error.If the Layer name is comma separated like MYRASTER,2348 the layer is visible in Desktop but not in Web Client.I changed the name of Oracle rasters to single word and now can view them QGIS Web Client.



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