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Christian, husband, father, software developer. I like C# and .NET.


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comment GeoServer: Show (Random?) Subset of Features
I suppose that's possible, but I think I'm mostly interested in something that could be done with a single layer within GeoServer, partly because the primary motivation for the question at the moment is a desire to quickly, visually evaluate our loading process. (We exported to a pile of shapefiles by state/UTM zone from ArcMap, then loaded those into PostGIS, and apparently we missed some.) Generation of additional layers compounds the checking problem, as it introduces new opportunity for errors.
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comment GeoServer: Show (Random?) Subset of Features
True, and that might be good enough, but the client is pretty "dumb" (just a Silverlight app that knows the BBOX and image size). Making it understand WFS is probably out of scope, especially since things basically work and this is more about getting a quick preview outside our app.
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asked GeoServer: Show (Random?) Subset of Features
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revised Geoserver WFS GetFeature returns no features when reprojecting PostGIS layer
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answered Geoserver WFS GetFeature returns no features when reprojecting PostGIS layer
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asked Geoserver WFS GetFeature returns no features when reprojecting PostGIS layer
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