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There is a service that allows you to retrieve any administrative border from OpenStreetMap in a number of formats. https://osm.wno-edv-service.de/boundaries/


If you want to convert it to a Shapefile just download the xml (for example right-mouse-click on the download link and choose something like "save target as..." instead of opening it in the browser. then in Qgis choose "add vectorlayer" or use drag and drop to add your xml layer to your Qgis project. then save layer as shapefile. If you are just looking for ...


Emacs will work fine, especially in nxml-mode if you have the relevant schema installed. But what nxml-mode lacks is the proper XML author controls which the older psgml-mode had: unfortunately psgml-mode won't work with schemas, only DTDs. SGML-mode will be useless for GML. There is also a good xslIDE-mode if you need to work on XSLT for transforming GML to ...


You can certainly use FME to wrangle the XML and write it to a database. Something for you to understand first is that GIS like flat data with rows and columns, including geometry. XML is not flat, it is a (maybe big) hierarchical tree, which is a fundamentally different data model than most GIS formats. That said, you can parse the XML and extract all the ...


The schema for the HTTP POST encoding of a WMS 1.3.0 GetMap request is located at: http://schemas.opengis.net/sld/1.1/GetMap.xsd (It's part of the SLD specification rather than the WMS specification presumably because it was thought that the only reason a client would have for issuing a POST request rather than a GET request would be to include custom user ...


For WMS version 1.3.0 you should use the following (xsd) schema: http://schemas.opengis.net/wms/1.3.0/capabilities_1_3_0.xsd For WMS version 1.1.1 there isn't an xsd schema, instead you will need to reference the following DTD: http://schemas.opengis.net/wms/1.1.1/WMS_MS_Capabilities.dtd WMS may be extended to support other standards such as SLD.


This should give you an idea: http://schemas.opengis.net/sld/1.1.0/GetMap.xsd

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