[maplab-users] Bad path in GMAP? - Solved
zak-ms at hoppsan.org
Tue Jul 13 16:41:56 EDT 2004
Mapserver uses PROJ to do reprojection, so you should look at
http://proj.maptools.org/ for documentation. The general idea is that
each layer can have a projection block and if there is one that doesn't
match the map level projection object, mapserver will reproject before
rendering the map.
Applications and Software Development
DM Solutions Group Inc.
On Jul 13, 2004, at 3:46 PM, kgrootendorst at baird.com wrote:
> Zak et al.
> I think I was receiving the broken link because of the code in the
> mapfile. Basically, I was messing with projections (they were
> and the .png file was not even being written to my /ms_tmp/ folder -
> hence, no image to display. Once I removed the projection info, all
> fine. However I need to be able to reproject some shapefiles and
> imagery. Any one know of good resources for this?
> Zak James <zak-ms at hoppsan.org>
> 07/13/2004 12:45 PM
> kgrootendorst at baird.com
> maplab help <maplab-users at lists.maptools.org>
> Re: [maplab-users] Bad path in GMAP?
> Disable ROSA and you may get more helpful error messages from php.
> It may be that the path is incorrectly set in the mapfile as
> gmapfactory uses that while mapedit will substitute the path configured
> in maplab.
> Zak James
> Applications and Software Development
> DM Solutions Group Inc.
> On Jul 13, 2004, at 11:06 AM, kgrootendorst at baird.com wrote:
>> Stumped again. This time, for some reason, I can't display any map
>> in GMAP factory.
>> The java console told me it was trying to look for an image at
>> 'http://localhost', but the images are actually in
>> I've reviewed my paths, and I thought everything looked right. The
>> previews fine in MapEdit.
>> In my maplap.xml config file, the paths are as follows:
>> tmp_img_path = C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/htdocs/ms_tmp/
>> tmp_web_img_path = /ms_tmp/
>> I have ms_tmp defined in my httpd.conf file also.
>> Any ideas? This problem just started happening, but I'm not sure what
>> did to cause it.
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