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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.
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comment geoserver problem to join sql-server table to a layer
Did I understand this correcty? You want to join a table stored in MS SQL Server with table in PostgreSQL?
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comment Make Openlayers request WMS tiles only within a certain bounds
you were right. maxExtent on layer does work. but only when tiling is enabled. If layer is set to single tile.. it ignores the maxExtent! thats silly! any way to get around this issue?