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The data's bounding box is defined with geographic coordinates. I guess this is what caused the confusion. The data itself, however has the EPSG code 27700, hence the element <DefaultCRS>urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG:6.9:27700</DefaultCRS>. This means, that the data will be in EPSG 27700 unless otherwise specified. In this case, EPSG 4326 would be a ...


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I was able to add the data. I am using ArcGIS 10.3.1, using the Data Interopability Connection, and I was able to bring in the bugsite feature class. URL: https://weaveprod.ucdp.utah.edu/geoserver/ows Parameters: Results:


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According to this guide you will be able to add a WFS under Interoperability Connections not under GIS Servers. At first I did not have this option either, then I realized that I did not install the interoperability extension, I merely added the license. So make sure you both have a license and install the extension.


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OK the answer here was pretty simple: the WFS provider chose to set a limit to the number of features requested, which was at 15000, so that's why I wasn't able to get more than that. Still there's something buggy in ESRI's conveyance of the WFS as I got features from outside the search envelope. However, after contacting UK ESRI support, they told me you ...


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To enable use WFS layers..At first create a proxy here it is <%@ WebHandler Language="C#" Class="xDomainProxy" %> using System; using System.Web; using System.Net; using System.IO; using System.Text; using System.Configuration; public class xDomainProxy : IHttpHandler { public void ProcessRequest (HttpContext context) { System.Net....


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At this time, with the last update, WFS is supported within the ArcGIS Online viewer - july 09, 2016


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For debugging going to Menu -> View -> Panels -> Log Messages Panel worked for me. In the showing up error log panel go to WFS-Tab and check for any error messages. It's not very verbose but could lead to the right track. In my case, this helped to find out, that the DescribeFeatureType url in the GetFeature-XML was wrong, so this request failed.


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For GeoServer 2.8 I resolve by this procedure: http://2carto.com/enable-cors-domain-geoserver-2-8/#comment-53 I tried implement to GeoServer 2.9 but can't resolve this problem so I re-installed GeoServer 2.8 and works.


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the problem could be from the CORS not enabled, if your web page is in a web server not in geoserver, you can either: 1- put your web page in the www folder inside geoserver/data_dir and lauch it from there 2 - or if you need to launch it from a web server ( apache for example ) you will have to enable JSONP in your geoserver configuration like this : go ...


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I just got a basic Leaflet webpage setup and working after hacking away at it for a long time before finally giving up and asking for help on StackOverflow (the Leaflet.com quickstart tutorials do not have working code, or I may have missed something there where it talks about the #map properties inside style tags). Check out this stackoverflow question for ...


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The completly free options require integration of a few software and openstreetmap has links to software using its free data. I would recommend looking to Mapbox API and tools as Mapbox studio, it's free for low usage and scales very well, with Native mobile, react native, Offline is a possibility too, can use it with Apis such as Openlayers and leaflet. The ...


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If you need to visualize WMS and WMTS are the protocols to use. WFS is meant to transfer raw data with full geometries and attributes, which a client software (not a human) can then either visualize on its own (try for example QGis as a WFS client), analyze and eventually edit, saving back the changes via the WFS Transaction call. OGC in general provides ...



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