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The link you post it brings me to a Catalogue Service where the metadata of a cartographic resource is located. This kind of Services are useful to share the information about geographic resources like who's the owner of the data, the extension, where you can download it or buy it, contact point and more other INSPIRE parameters. The XML download option of ...


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Solution: Explicitly set the correct srsName gmlPolygon.getValue().setSrsName("EPSG:4326"); I also had to add srsDimension to the points since they had x, y, z: <ns1:pos srsDimension="3">32.23435 -110.34544 90.2</ns1:pos>


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Your best bet is to use InkScape and convert your graphics to SVG. Polygons can be filled with rasters, but points and markers need SVG. If your symbol is available in a font, you can also use Font markers. It's fairly straightforward:- Load bitmap (png, jpg etc) into Inkscape with File > Open File > Save as (use Plain SVG rather than default Inkscape ...


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XML files can hold any kind of data. If a software like QGIS should be able to read it, the software (or the developer) needs to know the XML schema of the data. QGIS is able to read Openstreetmap XML data, and (with the LandXML plugin) data provided by Land Information New Zealand. If you need support for other XML sources, you might have to do it on your ...


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If you want a basemap with tiles, you need to render them yourself with Mapnik, Maperitive, TileMill or else. Depending on the extent of your area, you will get billions of tiles, mostly filled with ocean water. This is definitely not a task for Openlayers javascript. The OSMXML function might be useful to overlay some POI from the Openstreetmap database, ...



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