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GeoServer and GeoTools core developer


Sep
7
answered Error occured decoding the epsg code - 3857 (Web Mercator)
Sep
6
answered How to serve both WFS and WFS-T from one server?
Aug
31
comment ScaleLine shows NaN for LCC projection
Is the scaleline generated by OpenLayers or is it a GeoServer map decoration?
Aug
28
comment Splitting large PostGIS/GeoServer geometry for WMS optmization
It seems Stackexchange has the answer: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/16374/… (then you have to do the intersection, which is another sql query)
Aug
28
answered How to check if wms layer is queryable in openlayers?
Aug
27
answered Splitting large PostGIS/GeoServer geometry for WMS optmization
Aug
24
comment Is there a way to tell geoserver to send cp1250 http header?
Then I'm afraid that without coding there is no way to change it. The class to be modified is the AbstractURLPublisher in the ows module. If you have coding abilities please fork GeoServer on github, make it use the globally configured charset, and issue a pull request.
Aug
24
answered Is there a way to tell geoserver to send cp1250 http header?
Aug
23
answered How do I configure JVM to run in server mode when using Geoserver as a Windows service?
Aug
21
answered Tiles refreshing with geoserver
Aug
20
answered Requires Datatype for inserting features
Aug
20
comment Is schema definition compulsory for WFS-T
Often this happens because the geometry is encoded in the wrong version of GML, e.g., GML 2 but you are inserting in a WFS 1.1 transaction that requires GML 3. Another possibility is a geometry type mismatch, you are trying to insert a point in a table that only accepts polygons
Aug
19
comment Is schema definition compulsory for WFS-T
As far as I know it does not, provided you specify the right namespace for the feature you are inserting
Aug
17
answered Is schema definition compulsory for WFS-T
Aug
13
comment How to solve Geoserver Labeling issue
If you are using a tiled client there is no real way out of it, I'm afraid. If you don't want any duplicate label you'll have to use un-tiled requests. A workaround for polygons is to have the SLD extract the centroid using something like <sld:geometry><ogc:Function name="centroid"><ogc:PropertyName>name_of_your_geometry_column</ogc:PropertyName‌​></ogc:Function><sld:geometry> (the syntax might be slightly off, I did not test it), but the moment you do some labels will disappear because they fall at the borders of tiles
Aug
9
answered How to solve Geoserver Labeling issue
Aug
3
answered How to determine layers affected by a user-drawn polygon
Jul
31
comment How to zoom to object on WMS layer with OpenLayers?
I'm not familiar with OL enough, but surely there are ways to parse GML? Regardless, if you load the response in a DOM you can just go for the element representing the bounding box of the collection
Jul
31
answered How to zoom to object on WMS layer with OpenLayers?
Jul
31
comment How to zoom to object on WMS layer with OpenLayers?
How did you selected the object in the first place? I guess you already did a WMS GetFeatureInfo or a WFS GetFeaure request to do the selection? Or is the selection just done "visually" with a CQL filter?