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I guess the attribute "NAME" is written in capital letters in your style and your column name of your layer/service is "name" without capital letters.could that be?
You can use the math functions ogc:Mult ogc:Div ogc:Add & ogc:Sub to do simple maths on properties. So your example would become: <sld:CssParameter name="font-size"> <ogc:Mult> <ogc:PropertyName>text_size</ogc:PropertyName> <ogc:Literal>2.5</ogc:Literal> </ogc:Mult> ...
As far as I'm aware GeoServer cannot do any math embedded into the SLD. You can however create a rule in the SLD that can read <ogc:PropertyName>text_size</ogc:PropertyName> with a filter, and define your own text size. The GeoServer SLD Cookbook has some examples of using <ogc:Filter>
Use geoserver CSS module http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/extensions/css/index.html It creates SLD by it's own, there is no need to learn SLD.
Styling WMS layers using SLD still means images styled on the server. Open-source WMS implementations like GeoServer and MapServer support styling WMS layers with SLD. See the SLD-related MapServer and GeoServer docs for example. So one option is to create the SLD on the client and send it in the WMS GetMap request through the SLD_BODY query string param. ...
Rather than completely forget about OpenLayers (or LeafLet or some other clients) I tend to think that knowledge in how spatial data services (like WFS, WMS, WCS) are consumed is invaluable for my back-end responsibility (managing Geoserver). The way I see this is like OpenLayers is front-end and GeoServer is the back-end component of a (geospatial) app ...
As per your question Any other software available for SLD editing? Yes, If you are looking for SLD editing tool, there is a extension of Geo Server for styling http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/extensions/css/index.html and here is the complete guide of CSS cookbook. http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/extensions/css/cookbook/index.html ...
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