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comment Retrieve a point coordinates from map canvas using QGIS API
print x, print y does return values. These aren't recognisable to me though. All are three digit couplets like 356,172?
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comment Retrieve a point coordinates from map canvas using QGIS API
Thanks @Nathan W - I was just being explicit with the crs to make sure it wasn't that.
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accepted Getting WFS data from Geoserver into leaflet
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comment Getting WFS data from Geoserver into leaflet
thanks @alexgleith - this works great!
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comment Styling OS Vectormap Local in QGIS?
Hi Ian. Any chance you could share that script..
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answered OS Vectormap GML files into PostGIS
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comment Getting WFS data from Geoserver into leaflet
If have added your script to the to http.conf tagged it with <If Module proxy_module> and I can now view localhost/geoserver and do not get the XMLHttpRequest cannot load in my console. However, the data is still not loading into the map. This could be a geoserver issue so I set up another post. Thanks, Matt
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comment Getting WFS data from Geoserver into leaflet
Michal - I have added my httpd.conf above now. I have loaded the proxy modules and added proxy text at the bottom. Do I need to include <IfModule ...>?
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comment Using jquery to reset layer in OpenLayers
@atelfren Thanks for your help with that. I should have realised that the if/else statement would do the trick.