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comment LeafletJS: Load Tile Layer based on bounding box
I agree, but my layers are not always esri. Anyway, I found a solution. Apparently L.tileLayer does accept bounds param, only it is not listed in documentation. Thanks for your answer. great tip!
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comment geoserver problem to join sql-server table to a layer
What you are asking is not possible on database levels ofcourse and as far as I know GeoServer doesn't support this out of the box. That being said i can think of several ways to get data from different databases to show up on a single map. Could you please elaborate a little more on your front end? and how you are rendering this map? Are you using OpenLayers? What kind of layer is it that you want to label? a Point layer? I think this is more of a architecture problem than one that can be solved using something out of the box.