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answered XMLHttpRequest cannot load error When we have GeoServer and WebServer on same domain
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Sep
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comment JS API - onDrawEnd firing twice
I'd first try adding a breakpoint to createFeature and then inspecting the call stack when it's hit. If you persevere with the cryptically-named functions you might be able to discover what's triggering each call
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Aug
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accepted Trouble registering datasets with ArcGIS Server 10.1 before publishing an MXD
Aug
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comment Trouble registering datasets with ArcGIS Server 10.1 before publishing an MXD
@GISKid rebuilding the MXD seems to have done the trick, but it's a looooong process for the 32 MXDs we have here. Put this in as an answer and I'll mark it
Aug
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asked Trouble registering datasets with ArcGIS Server 10.1 before publishing an MXD
Aug
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answered Openlayers simplify linestring on the fly
Aug
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comment Upgraded ESRI .NET ADF application (9.3 to 10.1) intermittently missing service issue
@Mintx SDE 9.3 (SQL Server 2005)
Aug
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revised Upgraded ESRI .NET ADF application (9.3 to 10.1) intermittently missing service issue
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asked Upgraded ESRI .NET ADF application (9.3 to 10.1) intermittently missing service issue
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comment Implementing WFS within .NET
do you have previous experience using ArcMap as a WFS client? Your options are 1) call all data on demand and watch the UI crawl due to communication delays or 2) cache all of the WFS's data in ArcMap and have it expire after 24 hours. In some situations it is simpler, faster, and cheaper to regularly export data from the DB into file format
Jul
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comment ESRI Javascript polygon
Your polygon has fewer than 3 vertices, and is therefore not a polygon
Jul
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comment Should I start a new project using MapGuide OS?
Just coming back to this, thanks again for the input. I think the Linux "hacker's OS" analogy is a little off the mark. Linux (as represented by its more popular distributions) is a very mature and stable system that only requires getting your hands dirty if you choose to - due to an unusual requirement, configuration need, or software dependency. To reduce this question to 'can you code competently' is overly simplistic. As a professional developer of 6 years with a post-grad GIS education I like to think I'm capable. For me this is more a question of time vs results, and time is expensive.
Jul
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accepted Should I start a new project using MapGuide OS?
Jul
15
comment How to use the IRelationalOperator interface to check if a point feature within a polygon feature?
p.s. there is a slightly safer way to write your loop that is not open to infinite loops, something like while((IFeature pFeaBlock = pBlockCursor.NextFeature()) != null)
Jul
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comment How to use the IRelationalOperator interface to check if a point feature within a polygon feature?
Does this happen on the loop's first iteration or with a specific feature?
Jul
15
comment Spatial query without spatial database module
Are you sure you have no spatial functionality at all? If you have Oracle 10 or 11 you should have basic locator functionality by default (no special license required). Depending on which version you have there will be licensing restrictions on which spatial functions you're permitted to use.
Jul
14
comment Best source for high-resolution satellite images free/low-cost?
I'm going to assume that a house with a corrugated iron or straw thatch roof can be assembled quite quickly, in which case you need to be mindful of data currency. For example I have previously seen data in Google Earth that is > 5 years out of date
Jul
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comment Dynamic SLD styling based on min / max value in a PostGIS column
you might want to read through this question: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/34302/…