I am working in a viewer with suite sdk gxp and I can see my layers, but some of them in the viewer are located wrong. I have checked postgis and geoserver and every layer is ok with the same EPSG, 4326. Any idea about this?

  • How far off are they? If they're off a few to a few hundred meters, they could be using a different geographic coordinate reference system aka datum. If further away, could be in a different projected coordinate reference system. – mkennedy Oct 2 '15 at 18:05
  • They are far away to the right position, but not all of them, some of my layers are well located. And I cheked it them with Qgis, and the CRS is Ok!! – SSoto Oct 5 '15 at 8:53
  • I have a geotiff image as a background, Can it be the problem? – SSoto Oct 5 '15 at 8:55
  • The ones that are in the wrong location may have the wrong CRS definition. Did you "redefine" the CRS on some of them, without actually reprojecting them? – mkennedy Oct 5 '15 at 12:38
  • Thank you for your help!! I didn't reprojecting because they are geting from the database, so I understand that they are in the right CRS. The thing is, in some of the layers when they are snown with some double features or elements ( doble line in diferent position), one in the right position and the other no. I think that I am going to reload my layers in the Postgis-Postgres and restart to be sure. – SSoto Oct 7 '15 at 10:31

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