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Try to use QuickMapService plugin. You can create custom service definition, and save it in user dir of QMS.
Solution below works for Advanced license only! Create multipoint dataset by dissolving your points using common attribute: Create features envelopes: Result:
You really already have the data you need (assuming these are all actual squares): (X1, Y1) - Upper Left (X1, Y2) - Lower Left (X2, Y2) - Lower Right (X2, Y1) - Upper Right Getting ArcMap to build them is another matter in itself. I don't personally know how to do this exactly. You could convert your points to lines (you'll need to add an ID field to ...
I had my configuration messed up Apache config: Alias /map/ "/var/www/TMS/" <Directory "/var/www/TMS"> Options Indexes MultiViews FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order Allow,Deny Allow from all </Directory> In open layers.html, I was using http://mysite-name.com/TMS/ (the directory) when I should have been using the alias ...
So the solution I found to this was to add a check for another value on the layer. In this case, the value of 'sub'. This allowed me to perform a check as to whether the layer source had a defined extent. If the extent was found, I looked up the minZoom value, got the centre coordinate of the extent, then set the view to this. The functionality seemed to ...
You can check this question it will help you solve the GetExtent problem, and check this question will help you in both layer extent and coordinates projection conversion problems.
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