After some research I still don't know why this happens, but a way to avoid this is to stop using diacritics in layer names as shown in the example.
When I changed the layer name in the mxd file to "povoden_z_topiaceho_sa_snehu_gc", the generated layer names are without numbers, so, to say, are OK.
But why this happens I do not know in fact.
Geoserver will set the 'Native' CRS to what it determines the source data's coordinate system to be. You can set the 'Declared CRS' and the option ' Force Declared', which will force the layer to use the Declared CRS, but thats usually only if the source CRS is unable to be read by Geoserver.
However in your instance, this should force it to use the declared ...
More practically, WFS services provide editing capabilities WMS services don't. REST is a style of request and can be applied beyond geospatial web services, whereas WMS and WFS are types of endpoint services defined by Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) specifically for geospatial data.
There is no attribute table for a WMS layer available in a client (QGIS or ArcGIS). A query to a WMS layer is a query to the server providing the map (a GetFeatureInfo request) querying a point location (a pixel in the map image). If the layer is queryable the server sends back a response for the attributes at that point in the underlying data. Whether a ...
Here is the answer for working cql filter for raster
with a raster symbolizer solution.
note: GeoServer validation will not pass for this sld but It will work, when you save.
idea is to change the opacity to zero for slider value.
<sld:ColorMapEntry quantity="10" label="10 min" color="#e7ecff" ...
For convenience, here is the URL format for GetFeatureInfo (version 1.1.1 ; remove end of lines, obviously) :
Mapbox has a product called Mapbox Studio, which you can upload a GeoTIFF. They will process and host your GeoTIFF as a layer/source that you can add to any map using Mapbox GL JS.
Code example below:
QGIS use an WMS OGC standard called GetFeatureInfo to get feature info values from the WMS. If you in a newer QGIS turn on the Debugging/Development Tools Panel and start logging you can see the request sent to the WMS server. If you copy the GET URL and run it in a browser you will download a QML file with the info as GML. You cannot get the entire map only ...
Standard projection for Leaflet is EPSG:3857. If you submit GetCapabilites request to you WMS server, you'll see that it supports only the following projections: EPSG:2056 and EPSG:21781.
This means two things:
If you want to use this layer, you'll have to define on of those projections with proj4leaflet plugin and then use it for your layer and your map.