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Your desktop client requests the layer via OGC WMS standard via http REST requests: The online resource of each operation supported by a compliant WMS server is an HTTP uniform resource locator (URL), so a WMS service can be considered as a Representational State Transfer (REST) service. Unlike a standard web service, a SOAP client is not necessary ...


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There are lots of tools for making web map applications but each is suited to a particular use case. The real question is what skills you have and what tools your users require. If you don't want to write/maintain any code and require a rich array of tools out of the box then you should checkout MangoMap. Here's an example of the type of maps that can be ...


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You might want to checkout MapProxy. It can read tiles as a source and output WMS. The caveat here is that this is a lot easier for imagery. If you are looking to do this with vector data and labels it can still work but results will be limited. MapProxy will be able to render intermediate layers because it will sub-sample higher resolution tile layer to do ...


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Maybe this will help you: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25261945/cannot-access-wms-getmap-as-anonymous-in-geoserver It is another problem, but read the last comment on the page and try to configurate the "Allowing anonymous read-only access" (http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/security/service.html)


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Change bbox from numbers to parametric definition. like %f,%f,%f,%f it will solve your issue.


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You could define two or more rules. Either static in your sld style or dynamic with mergeNewParams: theSLD_BODY= '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>' + '<StyledLayerDescriptor version="1.0.0" xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/sld" xmlns:gml="http://www.opengis.net/gml" xmlns:ogc="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" ...


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I would try those steps: Update the mapfile with a generic request for the layer ( i.e. DATA "geodata from geo_data"); Add EPSG:3857 in the METADATA (i.e. "wms_srs" "EPSG:4326 EPSG:3857"); this is the default SRS used by OL3. Test the WMS service in a Desktop application and request the layer in EPSG:3857.


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What you want to do is quite easily accomplished in ArcGIS for Desktop using these steps: Create an index feature class (or shapefile) that represents the 30 pages that you want to print using Create Fishnet. Open ArcMap and use Add Data to add your WMS Server. Use the Data Driven Pages toolbar to setup using the index you just created. Export your maps to ...


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Adding the WMS from the "Add Layer(s) from a WM(T)S Server" button in QGIS Desktop will let you set the CRS for the layer added.


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If you click on the Globe icon and change your base crs to EPSG:4326, it should change the default CRS whenever you add a new layer


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I used to following tutorial to figure out how to get popups on WMS and WFS layers. Maybe it will be useful to you. Here is some of the relevant code map.on('click', function(evt) { // Hide existing popup and reset it's offset popup.hide(); popup.setOffset([0, 0]); // Attempt to find a marker from the planningAppsLayer var feature = ...



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