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I have no experience with gvSig or Kosmo, however I programmed applications for uDig and reused components of Openjump. From a software engineering perspective uDig proposes a neat platfor supported by Eclipse, an universal tool for serious developers. However, developing for uDig is cumbersome precisely because of the important role the Eclipse framework ...


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You connected to PostreSQL perfectly, but your credentials were rejected. Your issue is either with the credentials you used (bad username/password), or with the pg_hba.conf file. Is uDig installed on the same computer as QGIS? What does your pg_hba.conf file look like? The error message shows a host name that resembles an IPv6 address ...


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I'd suggest you try QGIS editing tools for editing PostGIS data. I'm quite confident, that they will meet your needs once you've tried. You can work directly on your PostGIS data without the need of changing back and forth to the .osm format. @"QGIS doesnt render OSM data in a very attractive way": There aren't many things QGIS cannot pull off ...


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Chiming in late, sorry. The short answer is: no, as you pointed out uDig doesn't support google tiles because it is not permitted by license. I know QGIS is doing it but I am quite sure they shouldn't. At least that position a few years back when we wanted to add it to uDig. We discussed it quite some time in the community and funny enough several of us ...


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Some time ago we added time browsing support to the map viewport in order to be able to view netcdfs along a timeline (see https://code.google.com/p/jgrass/wiki/SummerOfCode2009 ). So if I got your problem right, I think you should be able to use directly the map window and pilot time through the navigation view. What will be necessary for you to do, is an ...


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Yes, you should be able to select a feature in any feature layer. Then in the layer view select the feature layer and the raster layer you want the profile for. If you then right click on it, the profile operation appears which takes the selected feature from the feature layer and creates the profile on the raster.


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I think I can help but the description of the problem is not enough to give an exact advise. But if you have a data in Postgresql in some table and they are points with a location (there is a geometry column) and also there is an attribute with a timestamp (or something like this).. Import PostGIS service to catalog, add the underlying table with points as ...


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I dont have any idea about clientside SLD editing. But if you can reach to server you can easyly handle it. I use uDig for this job, Qgis makes problem. For example you have a landuse (polygon type) layer open it with uDig than change style (colors etc.) than export this style as SLD than upload it to your server. I tried this in geoserver with cadastre ...


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It depends on how advanced application you will be creating. I recommend downloading uDig, and starting the application. If it looks close to what you need, then go for uDig. If you want a more low-level API, then you should select GeoTools (which uDig is built on top of).


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Disclaimer: I'm part of the gvSIG team :-) gvSIG 2.0 is a very modular application so you can develop new extension to gvSIG desktop (the most usual use case) or create complete new J2SE apps using gvSIG components. There is a quick start guide for developers that is being translated and updated those days. If you have any question don't hesitate to ask at ...



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