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Apr
27
comment MapFish Print: does it support ArcGIS Server?
yes. i checked this protocol file before.. I am still not sure about MapFish's capabilities in terms of data source support. maybe I have to set up a demo site to test them out by myself.. thank you, but i am not sure whether this is the answer for now..
Apr
26
asked MapFish Printing Capabilities: WFS?
Apr
26
asked MapFish Print: does it support ArcGIS Server?
Apr
9
comment OpenLayers + GeoServer + Oracle: WFS-Transaction update error
so sorry to bother you guys... it turns out something is wrong with back-end... index is not properly configuated in Oracle..
Apr
7
asked OpenLayers + GeoServer + Oracle: WFS-Transaction update error
Mar
21
revised OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
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Mar
21
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
actually, i found another approach for the whole issue is that using 'loadstart' 'loadend' 'loadcancel' events of layer to monitor the process...it works well in my case, since I only want to show a waiting mask. but still appreciate your help very much for educating me!
Mar
20
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
thanks a lot, it works! only one thing I am not sure about is this approach requests features every time, no matter current extent beyond previous extent or not. If I understand correctly, by using BBOX strategy, zoom-in won't trigger feature request, since they are already returned in the request based on previous extent.
Mar
20
accepted OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
Mar
17
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
a working example would be great! thanks a lot to you!!
Mar
17
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
yes. am exploring this method based on the help from here. it just didnt work out yet. thanks for your attention and help!
Mar
16
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
thank you again!! i tried this.. it seems the defaultFilter doesn't work very well from that test; more importantly, where to put spatial filter in? i.e., BBOX...
Mar
16
comment OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
thanks. but i am looking for a way to monitor the response, i.e., when the features are returned and added to layer, etc..
Mar
14
comment OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
I created a new question at gis.stackexchange.com/questions/21740/… appreciate your help!
Mar
14
asked OpenLayers WFS protocol: work with filters if the protocol is defined out of layer constructor
Mar
13
comment OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
thanks again! I do use attribute filter though. Am still looking for a way to make separate protocol instance and filter instance work together...
Mar
13
accepted OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
Mar
13
comment OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
hmmm.. not quite work yet... callBack func is not called; and, I am not sure whether the protocol uses layer strategy or not, because initially they don't have any relationship..
Mar
13
comment OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
that's very cool! thank you!
Mar
13
comment OpenLayers load WFS vector layer: how to check whether all features are returned from server?
thanks very much! one further question, as you see, in the code sample, this layer request has strategy & protocol parameters, and I assume internally it will call protocol.read in order to get features; in your answer, I need to explicitly call protocol.read() again in order to get the response. Does this mean this function is called twice? if this is the case, how can I avoid one of them, which means, we only need call it once and we want to have its callBack function enabled with it. thanks again!