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Mar
26
comment IFeature.set_Shape The coordinates or measures are out of bounds
perhaps this is already mentioned in your question, but it is a little confusing to read - what told you that the initial extent had the values you wrote at the top of the question? None of these values are valid with the 4326 CRS. The longitude values extend beyond +/- 180 and latitude goes way beyond +/- 90. If these are the bounds of your source data it seems like the problem starts there
Mar
23
comment Do the Data Interoperability Tools need a Special Licence?
as a Vancouverite I feel your pain
Mar
22
asked Cleaning up OpenStreetMap data, building polygons and trying to improve appearance
Mar
22
comment Do the Data Interoperability Tools need a Special Licence?
1.00 USD : 0.999670 CAD That's harsh
Mar
15
comment WMSGetFeatureInfo not finding my layer
I just went to your site, clicked a feature, and got a GetFeatureInfo response from gisnexus.com - what's the problem?
Mar
15
comment Dynamically adding WFS layer features with Geoserver
note that some WFS clients (e.g. ArcMap with the Data Interoperability extension) might cache WFS data and this will almost certainly be out of your control
Mar
7
accepted How is EPSG:4326 data 'projected' in a 2D map?
Mar
7
comment How is EPSG:4326 data 'projected' in a 2D map?
@whuber I see the coordinate readout but it doesn't really help - without imposing the latitude and longitude lines over the display the numbers only give me a vague notion of how positions are mapped to the image, and don't directly explain why northern or southern cities tend to the centre
Mar
7
comment How is EPSG:4326 data 'projected' in a 2D map?
sorry I should have been more specific in my question: I wasn't asking it 4326 was a projection, but rather if the map I was looking at was using a projection to display 4326 data. I know that this particular map is not using spherical mercator as I am used to seeing Reykjavik without the visual skew
Mar
7
asked How is EPSG:4326 data 'projected' in a 2D map?
Mar
1
comment Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
Anyone having a similar problem might be interested in this link forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=2228982 where a transform is performed using a CRS that does exist in 11.2.0.1 is tweaked to give very similar (sub-millimetre) results to 3857 / 900913.
Mar
1
revised Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
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Mar
1
comment Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
@MelitaKennedy do you have any idea where supported projections are defined? The only Oracle table that comes close is 'SDO_PROJECTIONS_OLD_SNAPSHOT'
Mar
1
comment Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
@MelitaKennedy thanks I'll investigate that first
Mar
1
revised Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
Additional info
Mar
1
asked Adding EPSG:3857 / 900913 to Oracle's mdsys.cs_srs
Feb
23
comment How to write to shape file in MapGuide
@kush.impetus also, just checking - when you test phpviewersample do you explicitly specify the .php file, or are you waiting for a default document? Double check by visiting phpviewersample/ajaxviewersample.php
Feb
23
comment How to write to shape file in MapGuide
@kush.impetus you don't specify what exactly fails, but I would guess the PHP version is a good place to start. If you installed php via the Windows installer it will be on the path and might be executing the MapGuide PHP instead of letting the bundled PHP version execute it. Try dropping a phpinfo() in the phpviewersample directory and see what you get - e.g. does it use the php.ini configuration from the MapGuide install dir or somewhere else? If it uses the right php.ini try editing this to enable error logging to syslog then check your event viewer.
Feb
23
comment How to write to shape file in MapGuide
@kush.impetus in my experience the apache install is the easiest as you can have multiple apache installs on a machine. The bundled MG installer contains everything (apache, PHP 5.2.5 NTS) within the OSGeo/MapGuide directory and is completely self-contained. I installed the bundle with the defaults, then used IIS URL Rewrite in reverse-proxy mode to forward all traffic for a dedicated IIS site to localhost:8008 (MG apache). Then I configured a few aliases (including /mapguide) within apache's httpd.conf and everything was OK.
Feb
21
comment How to write to shape file in MapGuide
@kush.impetus thanks very much for the offer but I had to give up on this approach due to time / budget issues. I think my problem was 64-bit IIS not talking properly to 32-bit ISAPI component in MapGuide. Eventually I just installed MapGuide with bundled Apache and set an IIS site to forward all requests to Apache. It's not ideal but it works and shows good performance. I also tried figuring this out in the MapGuide forum here: osgeo-org.1560.n6.nabble.com/…