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You will get funny artifacts if you use a lossy compression. I'm not really sure what options you get with TileMill, but if you can specifically make PNG tiles, that might sort it out? I see you note that it seems to be only in GeoServer, so maybe you'll need to work on the raster style to ensure that all the transparent pixels are handled appropriately. I ...


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Styling WMS layers using SLD still means images styled on the server. Open-source WMS implementations like GeoServer and MapServer support styling WMS layers with SLD. See the SLD-related MapServer and GeoServer docs for example. So one option is to create the SLD on the client and send it in the WMS GetMap request through the SLD_BODY query string param. ...


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There is a tutorial link on http://www.globe.gov that takes you to http://www.globe.gov/documents/10157/7349361/Viz+tutorial.pdf That, plus the use of google maps (note the watermark in the bottom left corner, and the HTML source for the http://viz.globe.gov page), suggests to me that the site isn't intended to support programmatic access to the base map. ...


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The schema for the HTTP POST encoding of a WMS 1.3.0 GetMap request is located at: http://schemas.opengis.net/sld/1.1/GetMap.xsd (It's part of the SLD specification rather than the WMS specification presumably because it was thought that the only reason a client would have for issuing a POST request rather than a GET request would be to include custom user ...


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This should give you an idea: http://schemas.opengis.net/sld/1.1.0/GetMap.xsd


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If you have moved on to the netCDF Java API it might be interesting for you to try Python as well. I have worked with Java for a while but find Python for number crunching and data analysis more convenient. Geoserver should be able to serve your postGIS data as NetCDF. You can then use Python or Java to generate a Netcdf file that contains the difference in ...


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You could post the sld to a php-file which writes a sld-file on the server(considering some security aspects). Then you could point to this file: Example: 4 times the same layer, getlegendgraphic with 4 different sld's: ...


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AFAIK iD currently doesn't support WMS but TMS protocol (press B key and add a custom TMS URL). Thus you might deliver a tile map service instead of WMS or use a proxy (for example mapproxy).


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To fix the problem, you should put MAX_CACHE_LAYERS to 255 or higher in your fcgid environment.



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