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You should be able to obtain logs from Postgresql once you configure it. I typically will set log_statement = 'all' in my postgresql.conf, even on production databases (with a separate cleanup routine to clear them out every 2 weeks). Also change the log_line_prefix to something that includes at least the process id, something like: log_line_prefix = '%t ...


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It is not a GeoServer installation, in fact I'm not sure it is really a WMS at all as it doesn't respond to getCapabilities requests. However if you provoke it into an error (by removing the SRS for instance) you get java.lang.NullPointerException com.mapshed.pdswms.WMSRequestParams.<init>(WMSRequestParams.java:116) ...


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There can be issues with QGIS but the service is also broken. Test with WFS 1.0.0 because it is the simplest of all and the server supports only WFS 1.0.0 and 1.1.0. The first test is to read the capabilities: ...


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You should be able to form a 'get capabilities' request using your browser too, something like this: https://www.geostore.com/OGC/OGCInterface?SERVICE=WFS&UID=UDATAGOV2011&PASSWORD=datagov2011&INTERFACE=ENVIRONMENTWFS&VERSION=2.0.0&LC=0&request=getcapabilities I tested that and it works in the browser, but it doesn't in QGIS. The ...


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GeoServer can deliver XYZ coordinates if the source data contains Z values. You can make a try by converting the demo shapefile "states.shp" into XYZ shapefile with GDAL: ogr2ogr -f "ESRI Shapefile" states_3d.shp states.shp -nlt MULTIPOLYGONZ Next make a new store and layer from this states_3d shapefile and make test request with WFS ...



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