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Love the webmapping. Love love love.


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Jul
18
answered How to convert ArcGIS Server JSON to GeoJSON?
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
12
revised OpenLayers SVG sprite externalGraphic only works in Firefox
Corrected the part about the Base64 method not adding additional HTTP requests, which it does.
Apr
10
answered OpenLayers SVG sprite externalGraphic only works in Firefox
Apr
9
asked OpenLayers SVG sprite externalGraphic only works in Firefox
Feb
19
comment Path to proxy.cgi for GeoServer is not accessible in browser
Sorry, I don't have my server set up anymore, and I can't recall off the top of my head where to place that directory...
Nov
18
awarded  Notable Question
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16
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Aug
27
accepted Path to proxy.cgi for GeoServer is not accessible in browser
Aug
23
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Aug
23
accepted What causes this unexpectedly poor GeoServer/PostGIS/OpenLayers performance?
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15
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20
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
11
comment Path to proxy.cgi for GeoServer is not accessible in browser
YES, thank you for the input, and sorry for the delayed reply. However, the website on which the map will ultimately be placed may not be very accessible to me in terms of doing anything but adding an html file. That said, I ended up making the map on the same domain as my GeoServer, then using a full-page iframe on the destination site: greengeography.org/projects/oregonwild/tests/test2.html . I realize how cheeky this is, but it seems to work and bypasses the cross-domain issue entirely.
Feb
15
asked Path to proxy.cgi for GeoServer is not accessible in browser
Feb
10
comment What causes this unexpectedly poor GeoServer/PostGIS/OpenLayers performance?
And in my catalina.out log: SEVERE: The web application [/geoserver] created a ThreadLocal with key of type... and SEVERE: The web application [/geoserver] appears to have started a thread named [GWC DiskQuota Usage Stats Gathering Thread-1] Any relationship between these and the GS error?
Feb
9
comment What causes this unexpectedly poor GeoServer/PostGIS/OpenLayers performance?
After making a few of these changes, performance is great, but only for the first few actions or so (i.e. zooming/panning). After that it gets very, very slow. It's like GeoServer can only handle a few requests, then it's done. Any thoughts? If it helps, I've been seeing a lot of these errors in my GS logs: ERROR [geoserver.ows] - org.geoserver.platform.ServiceException: This requested used more time than allowed and has been forcefully stopped. Max rendering time is 60.0s
Feb
9
comment What causes this unexpectedly poor GeoServer/PostGIS/OpenLayers performance?
Initially my layers were in EPSG:2992, but I am in the process of projecting them all to what ESRI calls Web Mercator, which should hopefully be equivalent to 900913, and then re-uploading them to Geoserver. I've also been using GWC on them, so that should help. Thanks!