WMS Map was published by myself in AutoDesk Infrastructure Map Server 2013. I can connect and load detials (properties / metadata) in QGIS Browser, ArcCatelog. I can load the wms into QGIS desktop and ArcGIS desktop but the layers do not draw (in the mapframe) in either program. I can isolate and draw the layers in OpenLayers html file just fine. The only thing that concens me is a SQL Spatial layer in the Map created using ArcSquirrel.

Any help would be great.


A common problem with not displayed is the EPSG.

Have you verified your project fits the requested EPSG?

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  • Thanks for Replying Chris,Yes, Iv'e supplied 2 EPSGs with the WMS and have tried to access it from both EPSGs. – Thomas Dec 22 '12 at 22:32
  • And your Project fits one of both without need of "on-the-fly" conversion? – Chris Pallasch Dec 22 '12 at 22:41
  • I believe so. One of the origin files is a shapefile in UTM (EPSG:26917). When I published the WMS service from AIMS I asked for it to be published in WGS84 (EPSG:4326) and UTM 26917. My getCapabilites shows both are available. I setup ArcMap, QGIS in either system and nothing draws. The TOC shows the Service, Group and Layers. In QGIS it states 0 of 0 bytes downloaded in bottom left hand corner of the screen. In Openlayers i ask for it in EPSG:4326 and it displays in the browser no problem. Thanks again Chris. – Thomas Dec 22 '12 at 22:57
  • The Layers are listed / EPSG reported independendly from the drawing at the canvas. So listing doesnt mean its displayable. Could you please give be the URL of your WMS service? – Chris Pallasch Dec 22 '12 at 23:06
  • Unfortunately I cannot post it as some data is sensitive. Do you have a way I can contact you? Thanks – Thomas Dec 24 '12 at 18:16

In AIMS' Admin Site changed the Configure WMS from localhost:8008 to your IP or Domain Address. 8008 is the default and needs to be changed to support your webserver port.

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