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In my opinion you must create pyramid layers of you rasters using Gdaladdo command. Using pyramid layers externally or internally will help you to speedup your WMS performance. You can visit gdaladdo for help.
As suggested in the comments: there is a simple solution via fetching the POIs calculating the detours and picking the best route in the end like I did with similar requirements here. Another option would be to attach the POI information directly in the graph, and do the graph search (Dijkstra or A*) until you find a set of suitable ones, then calculate the ...
Akis, I think the answer to "Q3" on the blog post Clarifying 3 questions about Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS probably best answers your question. Just an added note that you can certainly author a Web Map that does not share data to the public, and then use Web AppBuilder to build an app based on that web map. Either: create a web map that contains a Hosted ...
The WFS service in the link you provided is not enabled but WMS is enabled, to enable the WFS add below line into your web section in map file: "wfs_enable_request" "*" so it should appear as follow: WEB IMAGEPATH "/ms4w/tmp/ms_tmp/" IMAGEURL "/ms_tmp/" METADATA "wms_enable_request" "*" "wfs_enable_request" "*" ...
Per your updated question, to request a schema of the feature attributes you may use desribeFeatureType method. http://www.ogcnetwork.net/node/179 Here is a similar Q/A: How to get column names of layer (WMS) using OpenLayers?
A Geocortex Essentials Site can include OGC WMS and WMTS services. If you can publish this raster as either of those, you can add it to your Site (which will then appear in the map viewer from the App). If the raster images are in Web Mercator, and could be published to a web server, then you may also add them as a Web Tiled Map service. This assumes that ...
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