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It seems that MapFish accepts well WFS as GeoJSON, never tried that though: MapFish Printing Capabilities: WFS? Since you're using Geoserver, you can try GeoExplorer, it may easily work for you: http://workshops.boundlessgeo.com/suiteintro/geoexplorer/introduction.html Check this also out: How to edit using a WFS service, without showing it on the map ...


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There is a very nice discussion which helped me on this issue.(WFS and BOunding Box) QuantumGIS 1.8: how to define bounding box within Add WFS Layer dialog I quote from the other thread" " Thank you very much for this hint, here is how I´ve done it: I started downloading the WFS content via add WFS layer dialog and canceld the action. QGIS will add the ...


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Changing the geometryName property won't have any effect, because the geometry field is defined in the geoServer layer. Create two views which expose each geometry column: See here for an example. Then create layers in geoserver on each view. You can then programmatically change the source layer name in your WFS layer source and call refresh().


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So as I understand your requirements the answer here is that this is possible. Consider the below point data provided as a Web Map Service and accompanying GetFeatureInfo request window for some point location showing all the attributes in the underlying shapefile. Now instead of a WMS you could instead (or, as in this case, as well) provide a WFS. In ...


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With a WFS, the GetCapabilities response may provide some metadata, not only about the service itself but also specifically about the data served. Example WFS GetCapabilities request For example in this above response we can see that each of the FeatureTypes has an associated metadata link such as: <FeatureType> ...


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This can be done using an openlayers stylemap and the "selected" render intent. Your TinyOWS will need to provide the information in a variable called (say) "feature_attribute_variable" var style = new OpenLayers.StyleMap({ 'default' : new OpenLayers.Style({ ..style for when not clicked.. }), 'select' ...


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The standard leaves that somewhat open to interpretation, although I would never expect an Update to result into an Insert or an Insert resulting in an Update. Especially in cases where the data is stored in a database this sort of behaviour is awkward and would require a good deal of extra code to implement. To an Update on a non-existing feature I would ...


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Needed the formatOptions: {xy: false} set for Intergraph WFS + OL var wfs = new OpenLayers.Layer.Vector("MyFeats", { strategies: [new OpenLayers.Strategy.BBOX(),refresh, clusterStrategy], styleMap: styleMap, protocol: new OpenLayers.Protocol.WFS({ version: "1.0.0", ...



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