[MS4W-Users] How to mention multiple projections in MapServer MAPFILE?

Siki Zoltan siki at agt.bme.hu
Fri Jan 3 06:56:53 EST 2014

Hello Shiva,

you had better to add the correct SRID to Oracle, it would make a 
clearer situation.
You can add PROJECTION for each layer in your map file. The easyest way is 
to use the EPSG code.


You must give a projection in the map section. If the layer and the map 
projection is different, then Mapserver will reproject layer on the fly.


On Fri, 3 Jan 2014, shiva.sk4 wrote:

> Is there a way to mention multiple projection systems / spatial reference
> systems in MapServer's (ms4w 3.0.3) MAPFILE? For example for Malaysia - GIS
> data could lie across three spatial references *WGS 84 / UTM zone 47N*, *WGS
> 84 / UTM zone 48N* and *WGS 84 / UTM zone 49N*. The GIS data stored in
> Oracle DB has no *SRID* mentioned and each layer may consist of data that
> may lie in any of the above mentioned 3 spatial references. Is there a way
> we can dynamically project GIS data through mapfile?
> Regards, Shiva
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