[mapserver-users] MapServer on Zope

Michael Schulz mschulz at webgis.de
Mon Aug 5 06:06:01 EDT 2002


yes there is a Python MapScript. In the last months there were several
threads on the list  giving information on how to build python
mapscript. Additionally, there is  a MapScriptPythonWiki, where this
information is summarized. A how-to is also on the way ...
For usage of PythonMapscript look through the perl/mapscript
documentation, most of the things work very similiar.

But, I would also be interested on how the Atlas of Canada uses
mapserver-resources. We have Zope and Mapserver communicating via
python/mapscript, but it is not stable yet.

Cheers, Michael

Alex Rice schrieb:

> On Friday, August 2, 2002, at 10:20  AM, Bruton, Peter wrote:
> > Hello;
> >
> > The Atlas of Canada uses a ZOPE/MapServer configuration to mange
> > and publish
> > on-line maps.  Try the following URL:
> >
> > http://atlas.gc.ca/site/index.html
> Peter, very nice site! I haven't used Zope for a couple of years.
> I am wondering if you are using the CGI mapserver? Or is there a
> Python mapscript? Thanks,
> Alex Rice, Software Developer
> Architectural Research Consultants, Inc.
> alex_rice at arc.to
> alrice at swcp.com

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