[MapProxy] Problem with custom projections

Guillaume Sueur no-reply at neogeo-online.net
Thu Dec 16 10:04:07 EST 2010

I guess it depends whenever I start or stop paster...

Le 16/12/2010 15:51, Rahkonen Jukka a écrit :
> Hi,
> My QGis 1.6 gives me an error: empty capabilities document.  With OpenJUMP I can connect but your server tends to give http 503 error when I use EPSG:2154. With EPSG:4326 I can see at least the OSM layer.
> -Jukka Rahkonen-
>> -----Alkuperäinen viesti-----
>> Lähettäjä: mapproxy-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
>> [mailto:mapproxy-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] Puolesta Guillaume Sueur
>> Lähetetty: 16. joulukuuta 2010 16:46
>> Vastaanottaja: Oliver Tonnhofer
>> Kopio: mapproxy at lists.osgeo.org
>> Aihe: Re: [MapProxy] Problem with custom projections
>> That's what I did, using a local shapefile to know where to
>> go to. But
>> no request is sent, as if the layer bbox wasn't covered by the wms
>> layer, which is wrong as the 4326 bbox exposed by MapProxy is
>> the whole
>> world extent.
>> It works OK with ArcGIS who doesn't care for what is written in
>> getCapabilities and just sends a request for each view
>> displayed. It's
>> ok too with an OpenLayers sample configured for using the EPSG:2154.
>> There must be something in the Capabilities which makes Qgis
>> believe the
>> layer is not there, but I can'tfigure out what yet. I'm gonna
>> investigate a little bit further now that I'm sure the
>> service is OK in
>> itself.
>> Best regards,
>> Guillaume
>> Le 16/12/2010 14:35, Oliver Tonnhofer a écrit :
>>> On 16.12.2010, at 14:11, Guillaume Sueur wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to display a MapProxy cache using QGIS 1.6. The
>> cache is SRS EPSG:2154. It never shows up under QGIS. I
>> suspect something wrong in the getCapabilities, because no
>> request is sent to MapProxy. But I didn't find what yet.
>>> MapProxy does not advertise the BBOX for each supported
>> SRS, only for EPSG:4326. The 'zoom to layer' function of QGIS
>> can't handle that. You need to zoom to your map manually at
>> the moment, and then you should see your map AFAIK.
>>> Regards,
>>> Oliver
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