[Chameleon-dev] [Bug 433] Site goes blank after changing projection
a second time
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Wed Nov 3 18:38:43 EST 2004
jacob.delfos at maunsell.com changed:
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------- Additional Comments From jacob.delfos at maunsell.com 2004-11-03 18:38 -------
I think this is now fixed (see below). There was a debugging statement causing
From: Delfos, Jacob
Sent: 16 June 2004 08:20
To: 'spencer at dmsolutions.ca'
That seems correct. PCG is based on UTM, and those extents are correct.
I just had a look at my logs and I think I traced it down; on line 370 of
ProjectionSelector.widget.php it says:
My PHP log file says:
[16-Jun-2004 08:03:16] PHP Fatal error: [MapServer Error]: msSaveMap():
(/tmp/ttt1.map) in C:\chameleon\roe7\htdocs\common\wrapper\map_session.php on
Commenting out this line (which seems to be for debugging purposes) makes
everything work happily. Will it have unexpected consequences, though?
From: Paul Spencer [mailto:pagameba at magma.ca]
Sent: Tuesday, 15 June 2004 8:51 PM
To: Delfos, Jacob
I was able to change from PCG94/Perth Coastal Grid to WGS 84 /
Geographic and back to PCG94/Perth Coastal Grid although I didn't notice
a big difference between them ...
WGS84 extents were:
PCG94 extents were:
I can change back and forth no problem, and navigate in between. I am
not sure what the PCG94 projection should do, the true north widget
shows north up all the time, is this right in this projection? Perhaps
I screwed something up?
Note: the auto projections don't work well ...
Delfos, Jacob wrote:
> Previously, I did not need to define the EPSG code in the mapfile, it
> would still pick it up as long as it appeared in the projection shared
> resource. But I just tried defining it there, and the label indeed
> shows up correctly. But I still can't reproject properly. Can you get
> it to lattitude longitude at all?
> I also tried the 'out of the box' sample (sample_enhanced.html), and I
> have some problems there as well (geographic projection never works,
> others sometimes fail). Can you try the geographic projection? Other
> than the epsg file, are there other system-wide parameters that could
> affect it?
> I'm running apache 2.0.48 on windows 2000 SP4. Could that be a
> problem? The only unusualities I ever have with apache is that it
> seems to 'cache' things. You can rename or delete files, and apache
> will still find them and serve them out until you restart it. Even its
> log files can be renamed and moved anywhere on the c-drive, and it
> will keep writing to them! Makes debugging extra exciting.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Spencer [mailto:pagameba at magma.ca]
> Sent: Tuesday, 15 June 2004 4:29 AM
> To: Delfos, Jacob
> Cc: 'pspencer at dmsolutions.ca'
> Subject: Re:
> I hate to tell you this ;) but it works for me using the process you
> described in the previous email.
> I copied your files into the chameleon sample application directory
> edited the mapfile to remove invalid stuff like the font file and
> updated the shapepath, and copied your projection from your epsg file
> into /ms4w/proj/nad/epsg
> I get your projection label in the interface when it is selected.
> Oh, one other thing, I used epsg:88888 in the map file instead of your
> custom projection :)
> Delfos, Jacob wrote:
>>My colleague and I asked our manager as a practical joke whether we
>>could attend the conference. ...Maybe one day when I work for a
>>company with money.
>>SPATIAL INFORMATION ANALYST
>>*Maunsell Australia Pty Ltd
>>629 Newcastle Street
>>PO Box 81
>>ABN 20 093 846 925
>>Tel + 61 8 9281 6185
>>Fax + 61 8 9281 6297
>>_jacob.delfos at maunsell.com_
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