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Replace propertyName: "name1,name2,name3", with: vendorParams: { propertyName: "name1" }


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GeoServer can apply access to individual layers based on groups of users so all you need is to define the group that can access each layer and place the users that can access it in to the correct groups. If you have some sort of system as to who can see what then it should work out quite simply, if access is arbitrary then you will end up with a complex ...


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WMS layers are raster - which means they are images, even if they have transparent pixels. In other words: if a user clicks on a transparent pixel on a WMS layer, she is still clicking on the WMS layer. The only exception is clicking outside of the layer bounds. You might want to run a getFeatureInfo WMS request on the top-most WMS layer, see if there is ...


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Just in case anyone is still struggling with getting data from WMS services... WMS map tiles can be downloaded for further off-line use using WMS Downloader. You can download georeferenced map tiles in any projection, scale and format (e.g. tif, jpeg, png), which can be then used in any application that consumes georeferenced images (I suppose XMap does). ...


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You might also want to try WMS Downloader (http://geotrix.eu/) software, a tool that allows you to connect to Web Map Services (WMS) and download georeferenced map tiles to your local drive for future off-line use. It is available as the ArcGIS Addin as well as a standalone Windows app. The newest release allows to set different proxy settings (i.e. "NO ...


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As @user30184 commented: Because you use &mode=map which is forcing MapServer into the native CGI mode instead of WMS. Take it off and read also examples from http://mapserver.org/ogc/wms_server.html. Your BBOX is wrong for CRS=EPSG:4326, you must give it in degrees and lat-lon order for WMS version 1.3.0. Metadata item ...


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I think a decision to use geographic data isn't a question of popularity, but a methodic question. Raster and Vector data are basic gis data structures, they can be stored locally, or web-based. WMS and WFS are something like raster-vector, but WMS is for serving raster maps or raster map layers, they are graphic representations of raster and vector data, ...


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var osmLayer = new ol.layer.Tile({ source: new ol.source.OSM() }); var view = new ol.View({ center: ol.proj.fromLonLat([7.118906, 5.640610]), zoom: 8 }); var map = new ol.Map({ target: 'map' }); var vectorLayer = new ol.layer.Tile({ source: new ol.source.TileWMS({ preload: Infinity, ...


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This is my config... Not loaded layers


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I want this On the map viewer, default the layers are loaded, How do it?? I try this on settings geonetwork: REST: 192.168.11.82:8080/geoserver/rest User: admin Password: ******** Workspace: Historicos -- Url: I confussed? I Put several urls, but not work, which url colocate here?? WMS: 192.168.11.82:8080/geoserver/wms Please, help me....


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When this happens to me, it's usually one of the following: try "zoom to content" on the layer, to adjust your bounding box check, if your CRS in QGIS matches the one, you load from the WMS try zooming in, as layers may have a styling rule to be only shown at a certain zoom level EDIT: Took a further look at the service and tried to get plain tiles but ...


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The quick answer to the question is yes it is possible. You will need to construct an external SLD file, and store it on your server, then you will need to send a GetMap request that references that SLD in your request. So here for example is a GetMap request to a GeoServer WMS (generated through a web client using OpenLayers) GetMap to a GeoServer WMS ...


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Could be possible to apply a zoom level into this url request? No. The concept of "zoom level" can only apply for grid-based reference systems (e.g. TMS). For WMS, you are providing both the bounding box of the area you want and the width-height of the image you want. The "zoom level" is implicit, defined by the ratio between those two parameters.


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msPostGISLayerWhichShapes got 0 records in result. tells me that there comes nothing back from the database. Are you sure that your soil data is in WGS84? You could verify with QGIS for example that there is data in your database. Or you could do a simple query inside PostGIS to see if something is there, something like this to check your data's extent ...


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As per @iant's comment. The following URL on the geoserver docs says it all: WMS GetFeatureInfo requests will be passed to the remote WMS. If the remote WMS supports the application/vnd.ogc.gml format the request will be successful. You can check available formats in the XML output on your GetCapabilities URL:


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Your map and your WMS layer are projected in Web Mercator (EPSG:900913). Therefore, it is normal that your WMS url bbox are 15028131.255,-5009377.085,20037508.34,0 instead of 15.255,-50.085,20.34,0. So I cannot see the problem. Is your WMS working properly? What is the result of your mapserver queries like: ...


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A Bing Maps partner already exposes Bing Maps as a WMS service: http://www.onterrasystems.com/web-mapping-mapsavvy/



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