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Never got a reply so I will help the community by answering my own question and hopefully this might help someone someday. GeoServer Data Stores (select your Store Name) Edit Vector Data Source -Support on the fly geometry simplification (check-box)


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You can add a layer without workspace so you will not be obliged to use a workspace prefix. The wokspace is very usefull when you have layers which will not interact between them. An when you have to name them with the same suffix.


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If you accessing the geoserver url you can try setting up a wms layers in qgis as http://localhost:8080/geoserver/wms? Which gives you access to all wms request in your geoserver config. Setting it to use http://localhost:8080/geoserver/GIS/wms will give you access to wms layers in your. Work space. Save your project with these two layers and open the qgis ...


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The URL reads the value you entered as the "URI" when you created the workspace in GeoServer (You are accessing your workspace). Depending on the URI you gave to the workspace,the URL changes. The GIS in "GIS:pipelines" is the name of the Store where your layer is contained.Also the Pipelines is the name of the layer. The structure of accessing data in ...


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WMS servers can typically serve images in many formats (jpeg, 8-bit png, 24-bit png etc.). Jpeg format, while it gives a good compression rate for natural looking imagery like aerial photos or satellite images, has a drawback that it does not support transparency. If you need WMS layers with transparency, use png instead of jpeg as an outputformat. For ...


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OpenLayers 3 cannot currently reproject images for you. We are planning to work on it in the future though. But currently you can only combine image / tile layers that are in the same projection. For vector layers reprojection is possible.


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This is the solution: <!-- mapserver template --> [metadata_variable_name] = [item name="value_0" precision="1"] [metadata_unit]<br>


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In case you want to render raster data then MapTiler (http://www.maptiler.com) can help you. It produces WMTS conformant map tiles - and once you upload the rendered tile on a standard web server (like your company web) or any cloud hosting (such as Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage) your map will be available as OGC WMTS - and openable in ArcGIS, QGIS, ...


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Here's the basic code for the handler. Additionally I would read a cookie from the context.Response object to identify the user and check that the request has come from a valid domain. using System; using System.IO; using System.Net; using System.Net.Cache; using System.Web; namespace Web { public class TileAsyncHandler : IHttpAsyncHandler { private ...


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I think you are mixing up a couple of things. When you install Geoserver, it comes with a lite distribution of OpenLayers. That is used to preview the data once you publish some. But this functionality is only suitable for previewing, and not as a production front-end. If you want a Production quality front end, you need to develop that yourself. You can ...


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The problem may be related to the bug described here, since I get the same SCRIPT5: Access is denied error in the console in IE11, and you are using jQuery 1.10.1. You can either downgrade to 1.10.0, or use a version from 1.10.2 and up, as described in the accepted answer. You can also try the latest version which I believe is 1.11.2. Not sure why this ...


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So I finally found the solution to this problem. You have to override the spatialReferences array of the WMSLayer object right before adding it to the map. wmsLayer.spatialReferences[0] = 3857; map.addLayers([wmsLayer]); This worked with a layer using EPSG:3857 and another layer using ESPG:4326.


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A quick and easy way to do this would be using jsfiddle. You can just load the javascript mapping library of your choice and do a let more than just test the WMS URL. This is using Leaflet. Just replace the WMS url with your own and click 'Run' http://jsfiddle.net/tmoy0f0g/1/


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Currently this can't be done natively, as far as I know. The thread here: Converting ArcGIS layer style to Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD) file? has some info on getting the styles from ESRI lyr to a sld, which is basically what you want, but it's not very smooth (or cheap for arc2earth). I think a more elegant solution is waiting to be developed.


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Just use the OpenLayers.Control.GetFeature: var your_control = new OpenLayers.Control.GetFeature({ protocol: OpenLayers.Protocol.WFS.fromWMSLayer(your_wms_layer), box: true, hover: true, multipleKey: "shiftKey", toggleKey: "ctrlKey" }); ...


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You need to write a custom control that does that thing. Ive written a tutorial on the topic, so check it out :) http://codentonic.net/2015/04/02/custom-openlayer-control/ if you have any questions feel free to ask me


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The X and Y coordinates in the GetFeatureInfo query mean the pixel coordinates of the image that is created with the GetMap parameters which are included in the request. You can't change the BBOX parameters independently from the X and Y parameters and suppose that the result would be the same. In your first case the request contains these parameters for ...


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here you can see a preview of soi (ags 10.3.1 in java): https://github.com/mraad/ExportImageSOI In this code there is override to handleRESTRequest. If there is a request of export and image the function call custom doExportImage for watermark otherwise follow the request from client.


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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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