[TinyOWS-users] [TinyOWS-dev] [ANN] TinyOWS 1.0.0 rc1 is out !

Carlos Ruiz boolean10001 at yahoo.com
Tue May 3 09:27:11 EST 2011


This is what ./tinyows10 --check dumps:

TinyOWS version:   1.0.0rc1
FCGI support:      Yes
Config File Path:  /usr/local/tinyows/config.xml (TinyOWS XML)
PostGIS dsn:       host= user=postgres password=postgres dbname=sandbox port=5432
Output Encoding:   ISO-8859-1
Database Encoding: UTF8
Schema dir:        /usr/local/tinyows/schema/
Log file:          /usr/local/tinyows/tinyows.log
Display bbox:      Yes
Estimated extent:  No
Check schema:      Yes
Check valid geoms: Yes

Now, I have both versions of TinyOWS (0.9 and 1.0) installed, maybe that's why it's taking the config.xml configuration 

instead the mapfile.

How does TinyOWS knows when to use the .map file configuration or the config.xml configuration ?

Sorry to act like a newbie, but you know that I've been off for a while and this new version presents significative changes.

IC Carlos Ruiz

From: Olivier Courtin <olivier.courtin at gmail.com>
To: TinyOWS users discuss list <tinyows-users at lists.maptools.org>
Sent: Monday, May 2, 2011 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: [TinyOWS-users] [TinyOWS-dev] [ANN] TinyOWS 1.0.0 rc1 is out !

On May 2, 2011, at 7:52 PM, Carlos Ruiz wrote:

Hi Carlos,

> I've downloaded the 1.0.0 version and installed on my server.


> I'm using the map file configuration, and it throws me the
> next error while trying to access the service:
> ErrorConfigFile: No layer NameSpace prefix defined
> I have setted the TINYOWS_MAPFILE=/usr/local/tinyows/wfst.map  
> environment variable.
> This is my map file contents:
>       [...]

If i used a really close MapFile on my box, it works fine.
What is the output of ./tinyows --check ?


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