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You can use CartoServer but you will need to install CartoView first.


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I'm not sure I understand your question, but GeoServer has a SQL Server Plugin: http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/data/database/sqlserver.html if that is what you are after. It comes with PostgreSQL database support natively.


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Another GIS software is Mapline (https://mapline.com). If you like fast geocoding, try using their mapping service.


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Esri has announced for the next ArcGIS-server version (10.3.1) support of SOI (server object interceptor). You find some informations about it in this pdf: http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/proc14/tech-workshops/tw_689.pdf You can also check this video which includes complete explications and a demo of a watermark example: ...


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ESRI has a help article on adding a watermark to a map service. If you have a web app that consumes the service you could easily add a watermark to the app. Here is an example of doing that with the JavaScript API.


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it works by setting environment variable on windows , just remember to restart the geoserver after you set the variable. I forgot to do this and wasted a lot of time on it. And strangely, I cannot modify the web.xml file of geoserver 2.6.2.


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You could try something like this (in QGIS v.2.8.1): miniScale = 'crs=EPSG:27700&dpiMode=7&featureCount=10&format=image/jpeg&layers=9&styles=&url=http://192.000.0.00:0000/wms_service' miniScaleLayer = QgsRasterLayer(miniScale, 'MiniScale', 'wms') # Set scale based visibility miniScaleLayer.setScaleBasedVisibility(True) ...


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you have to use code like I pasted below. Just change parameters. Look into API! ... Example is using geoserver's GWC module to show cached WMS in tiles (both dynamic/prerendered cache), for classic non cached WMS just delete "gwc/" from URL and change 'TILED' parameter to false. var myLayer1303 = new ol.layer.Tile({ extent: [2033814, 6414547, 2037302, ...


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If used with a WMS source, they're the equivalent of OpenLayers 2's singleTile parameter. As @Tim Schaub described in this letter, the TileWMS slices the map, requests a grid of images, then mosaics them together. It gives better performance, then ImageWMS (which gets the viewport in a single image), but can generate duplicates of labels (if there is a label ...


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Option 1 I'm not sure you can add here.com using that dialog, it's specifically for OGC Web Map Services (WMS), but Here.com isn't as far as I can tell an OGC WMS. Option 2 here.com exposes both a JavaScript API and a REST API, so you should be able to do something programmatically.


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The Web Map Service (WMS) is an OGC standard. If you are interested in the details you can navigate to the PDF OpenGIS Web Map Service (WMS) Implementation Specification on this page. I am just posting this for completeness; you actually do not have to look this up, as it covers a lot of information that is irrelevant to you at this point. What is ...


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You can see it in the url and those sources are usually marked as wm(t), like in your example, here or here.So why assume otherwise? The serverType property is not mandatory. I'd just leave it undefined. You can get a list of available Layers (and a lot other info like CRS/image format(s)/zoomlevel/etc.) from a GetCapabilities request.For example: In this ...


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Here's the documentation for QGIS Server https://hub.qgis.org/wiki/17/QGIS_Server_Tutorial Some other helpful links http://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_mapserver_quickstart.html http://anitagraser.com/2012/04/06/qgis-server-on-windows7-step-by-step/


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The problem with your jsfiddle is that you try to do a Cross-Domain-Request that gets blocked due to the Same-Origin-Policy. I could imagine that this is the same Problem on your server. If you host your Leaflet-App on Port 80 and try to get the Feature-Info from port 8080 this will be blocked. You can solve this problem by making your geoserver ...


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The USGS WMS services appeared to have intermittent issues lasting from March 3rd through March 9th. They acknowledged the issue on March 4th: And declared it fixed on March 9th:


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Actually it's equivalent to EPSG:4326 but changing the axis from Lat-Long to Long-Lat. The standard EPSG:4326 is Lat-Long


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Start a new, blank map or in your current map go to step 2. Double-click or right-click > properties on the dataframe (named Layers by default) in the Table of Contents (ToC). Go to the Coordinate System Tab, drill down through folder tree to Projected Coordinate Systems > UTM > Europe > European Datum 1950 UTM Zone 31N and highlight it, then click Ok. ...


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When you add a layer to Arcmap, If this is the first layer, Arcmap will automatically set the coordinate system of data frame to that of the layer. When you add a second layer in a different coordinate system, Arcmap tries to project that layer (here WMS), to the projection system of the data frame (If there is a valid transformation between them). Now, ...


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You may use the USGS WMS: Here are the links for their aerial 1ft and 1m service (note, sometimes they are down): The National Map - Service Endpoints * USGS 1 foot imagery - http://raster.nationalmap.gov/arcgis/services/Orthoimagery/USGS_EROS_Ortho_1Foot/ImageServer/WMSServer?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS * USGS 1 meter imagery - ...


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What abput "tile_map_edge_buffer" and "tile_metatile_level" metadata params? I was able to solve a similar problem, drawing points with png icons. The icons appeared cutted in adjacent tiles, but using "tile_map_edge_buffer" and "tile_metatile_level" metadata params in mapfile was the solution. Also you need to pass the follow request params: mode=tile ...


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looks like a newbie mistake as the WMS has a tiled cache. i was calling GetCapabilities against the GWC cache instead of the WMS layer Incorrect - response excludes text/javascript under GetFeatureInfo http://127.0.0.1:8080/geoserver/gwc/service/wms?REQUEST=GetCapabilities Correct - response includes text/javascript under GetFeatureInfo ...


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Works also with QGIS 2.6.1 if the "Ignore GetMap/GetTile URI reported in capabilities"-option is checked:


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Works for me in 2.8. Try the following options in the connection:


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GetMap URL is automatically built using the response of GetCapabilities. Here you see, where do GetMap parameteres come from in the GetCapabilities Xml Document: CRS=CRS:84 => This is the coordinate system of all layers. Just try to search the xml file for CRS:84. bbox=-178.217598,18.924782,-66.969271,71.406235 => Search for EX_GeographicBoundingBox in ...


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It does work for me with GeoServer 2.7-beta with Jetty. I tested by two methods. Edit web.xml. On my computer web.xml had ENABLE_JSON pre-configured but commented out. When I removed the comments around context-parameters and restarted GeoServer I could find a new GetFeatureInfo format from the GetCapabilities: ...



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