[TinyOWS-users] xml isn't valid

Zack Galbreath zack.galbreath at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 09:20:39 EST 2010

Thanks for the reply Oliver.  With your help I'm getting closer!

On Fri10/2910 Fri Oct 29 1:35 AM, Olivier Courtin wrote:
> shp2pgsql -s 31467 -W LATIN1 -I gruenflaechen.shp frida | psql -U
> postgres -d tinyows

This allowed me to successfully load the frida data.  After taking a 
closer look at my javascript and config.xml, I got the Transactional 
example to work locally!

> Not sure to understand the question,
> You mean an empty table/layer ?

Yes, that is what I mean.  After examining the SQL used to generate the 
frida table I think I've managed to create an empty layer.  Here's the 
output from tinyows --check:

Available layers:
  - public.frida  -> 31467 RW
  - public.connectome  -> 4326 RW

Unfortunately, problems persist.

I'm trying to use OpenLayers to display a large image and allow users to 
add annotations to them.
To accomplish this, I'm using OpenLayers.Layer.TMS.  If I tell my custom 
map to use the Frida layer I get the following error upon saving an 

|ERROR:  new row for relation "frida" violates check constraint "enforce_srid_the_geom"|

On the other hand, when I attempt to use my new, empty layer, I get the 
same old "xml isn't valid" errors.  I guess my main question at this 
point is, what SRID should I be using in this situation?

In order to help you help me, I've uploaded my javascript and config file:

I appreciate any additional help you can offer me.
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