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Jul
13
comment How do i create.MBtiles from geoserver?
in the getmap request you are sending the server
Jul
13
answered How do i create.MBtiles from geoserver?
Jul
12
comment Map-server Very Weak Performance Vs Geo Server - Why?
we need to know what sort of data you have, how it is styled, how you configured the two programs etc
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
Nearly all those layers are in 3857
Jul
10
comment Web Cartography how to, cartodb - mapbox
It seems to be done using OpenLayers
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
which wms doesn't support 3857?
Jul
10
answered How to programmatically import a Shapefile into Oracle DB using Java?
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
you do have to ask for a supported CRS, then you have to reproject the image returned. And I don't think most of this is going to work on Android due to SPI issues
Jul
10
answered GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
docs.geotools.org/latest/userguide/extension/wms/wms.html
Jul
10
comment GeoTools CRS.getAxisOrder(CRS.getAxisOrder(“EPSG:4326”)) returns EAST_NORTH (LON_LAT)
I've added more example code - that should help for 1.30
Jul
10
revised GeoTools CRS.getAxisOrder(CRS.getAxisOrder(“EPSG:4326”)) returns EAST_NORTH (LON_LAT)
added more code
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
GeoTools provides a WMS datastore that connects to remote servers and fetches images for you.
Jul
10
comment Postgis geometry column with different srid
@JohnBarça - seems a shame to keep reinventing the wheel though
Jul
10
answered GeoTools CRS.getAxisOrder(CRS.getAxisOrder(“EPSG:4326”)) returns EAST_NORTH (LON_LAT)
Jul
10
comment Postgis geometry column with different srid
put the postgis table into GeoServer and it will handle the reprojections for you
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
Of course GT can do it - read in WMS using WMS store, then reproject the coverage (as above) and then send as new WMS to Google Maps
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
That isn't possible the way you describe it - you will need some code to do the reprojection (somewhere) - the easy way is use GeoServer to cascade it docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/data/cascaded/wms.html
Jul
10
comment What is the difference between ST_GEOMETRY and WKT?
which database are you using? Can you give some context as to where this question is coming from
Jul
10
comment GeoTools, convert CRS for Google Maps
Your question seems confused, to display the WMS layer on Google maps you need it to be in 3857 not 4326 - so you should ask the WMS for the map in 3857 using the coordinates you have, The WMS server takes care of the reprojection for you.