[ka-Map-users] WMS-Layer displaying from Greenwich (0 deegree)
lorenzo at ominiverdi.com
Thu Aug 14 06:13:26 EDT 2008
I guess your no.2 problem is related with max_extents metadata attribute.
see workshop docs  page 14 for the solution.
Nils Zierath wrote:
> ok, I solved the limitation problem in 1. Seems that the data had to
> be cached first.
> I am still looking for a solution for problem no. 2: delimiting the
> panning range from -180 to 180 deegrees and -90 to 90 respectively.
> Thanks for helping,
> Nils Zierath schrieb:
>> Dear list,
>> I have included a WMS layer from NASA/JPL into my map and encounter
>> two problems:
>> When calling the map via Firefox directly from Mapserver, the WMS
>> layer is displayed from -180 to 180 deegree - the setting of my
>> mapfile. However, when put into ka-Map, the WMS layer will display
>> only from 0 deegree/Greenwich on eastwards.
>> Are there any solutions for that?
>> When moving east on the map, the WMS layer will be displayed beyond
>> 180 deegree indefinitely. How do I delimit the display to 180 deegree?
>> My mapfile setting is
>> EXTENT -168.0 -90.0 192.0 90.0
>> Thanks for any help,
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