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You don't need to see my identification. These aren't the droids you're looking for. I can go about my business. Move along.


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awarded  Quorum
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
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Mar
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asked How do you convert a bounding box into the canvas CRS?
Dec
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comment How to style a WMS layer?
Just repost or provide a link to the correct answer if/when you mark one as accepted on the other site.
Nov
23
comment What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
Excellent, thanks for the resources! For the interested, the syntax goes like so: google.maps.event.addListener(myLayer.mapObject,'zoom_changed',function() { /*whatever*/ }); ... assuming your event is 'zoom_changed' and your layer is myLayer
Nov
23
accepted What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
Nov
23
revised What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
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revised What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
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revised What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
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asked What are the requirements for using Google's GEvent?
Nov
15
comment Why is eraseGeometry method not called?
So ... what does your code look like?
Nov
1
comment How to track raw data deliveries and determine when all input data has been delivered and is ready for processing
thanks for the explanation, that narrows things down a bit. Personally I'm unaware of what's going on with this type of software (in fact it's news to me that such things exist), but if you more specifically outline your use-case, you may get better help. Also consider reposting this question on Stack Overflow (even though your question has a GIS component) to improve your chances of getting a good answer. Good luck hey
Nov
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comment How to track raw data deliveries and determine when all input data has been delivered and is ready for processing
This is all a bit general, isn't it? Lacking specifics, the best anyone could do would probably be to suggest that your "workflow" should automatically send back a signal of some kind when a processing job is complete. You could have a database somewhere with a row for every dataset and a (boolean) column for every stage of completion, and check against that. Or you could include the stages of completion in the metadata. Of course this is more difficult if your workflow is manually driven, because then it depends on whether the operator remembers to update the table/metadata/etc.
Oct
13
comment Is there a way to syncronize the current view extent in QGIS with Google Earth?
Wait, so what exactly are you doing, what do you need, and how is it not working?
Oct
13
answered unable to call shp2pgsql using python
Oct
12
comment Where can I find a high quality real globe of a decent size without axis?
Fair enough. Most of the floating globes in the amazon link seem to be novelty globes and not so sharp on the cartography side. Still, it gives an idea of what to look for.
Oct
12
answered How to load Shapefiles into a remote PostGIS db using command line?