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You need to select the option Use layer names from the map document in the Add New Service - Capabilities form. Take a look at the OneGeology WMS cookbook Setting up an ArcGIS Server WMS that shows you how to do this.


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I'll like to answer your real question, instead of what you have asked here. The WMS standard as such, does not talk about tiling, or the size of the images that should be requested. It says that a WMS service should return whatever image, in whatsoever size that is requested. What you have seen in OpenLayers, is that by default, it will call for small ...


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One idea would be to hide the WMSLayer entirely if the map's extent is outside the layers "valid" extent. Based on this answer, one could listen to the map's extent-change event and check if the map's current extent is acceptable: map.on("extent-change", function () { // Check if map.extent is acceptable, otherwise hide the WMSLayer. if ...


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I have successfully served thousands of aerial images using firstly GDAL to either transform and mosaic original orthophoto-data and create pyramids, and then Geoserver with the "Image Mosaic" plugin to serve the images and Geowebcache to create fast tile requests. In my opinion, there is hardly a better solution. ...


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I was able to use EPSG:31467 (DHDN / Gauss-Kruger zone 3) in QGIS 2.2.0. I did this by using the Change button under Coordinate reference System (8 available), then in the Coordinate Reference System Selector used '31467' as a filter, selecting the result and clicking OK.


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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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