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comment Indexing PostGIS table by tile boundaries
did you cluster on the geom_idx?
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comment How can I extract the latitude and longitude from a s57 File
fortunately GDAL is built in to QGis with the C++ bindings
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comment Convert distance from meters to EPSG 3857
3857 is in metres already
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answered Calculate distance with JTS
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comment Problem using EPSG:3395
so those values are in 3395 units (i.e. metres) ?
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comment Set a new SLD style in openlayers 3 for WMS request
The named layer problem only occurs in remote SLDs
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answered Set a new SLD style in openlayers 3 for WMS request
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comment Set a new SLD style in openlayers 3 for WMS request
then show us some code
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comment Set a new SLD style in openlayers 3 for WMS request
probably a duplicate of gis.stackexchange.com/questions/124173/…
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comment Not able to see the WMS layers using openlayers 3.7.1. But no error and working with Openlayers 2
also 76,15 doesn't fall in the valid extent of EPSG:32743 (epsg.io/32743)
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comment Not able to see the WMS layers using openlayers 3.7.1. But no error and working with Openlayers 2
normally you don't include width & height in the params, also version 1.1.0 of WMS uses SRS not CRS (but GeoServer will probably forgive you).
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answered Mapping Ecclesiastical Parish Data
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answered How to Reference a specific layer in a WMS Feed
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comment Problem using EPSG:3395
look at the code in the extent() method
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comment Problem using EPSG:3395
did extent() know that the projection changed?
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comment Unable to make qgis build in cmake
It's been a while since I did this but I don't think QGis works with Python 3 yet. Also if you include an actual error it will give us more clues
Jul
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comment How to get a layer's projection
Better to use the standard WFS getFeature - will handle reprojection for you
Jul
28
comment How to get a layer's projection
getfeatureinfo doesn't usually include coordinates