Bart van den Eijnden
bartvde at XS4ALL.NL
Thu Dec 16 06:01:15 EST 2004
you can use one the following to tell my Mapserver to use those datasets
as 1 layer:
1. use the GROUP keyword (see MAP file reference)
2. use a tileindex to group them together (gdaltindex or ogrtindex
utilities respectively for raster and vector data).
I would prefer option 2 as there is no overhead for this in your MAP file.
in your MAP file you would then use the following:
> Hi all,
> I'm new to WebGIS, and in general I used GIS not too much.
> The question is:
> I have a lots of DTM which toghter cover a wide area, wich I want to have
> in the extents of my .map
> I want that these DTMs act as a 1 layer in the map.
> Have I first to create a single map from these DTMs with a DesktopGIS
> GRASS) or there is a method to tell MapServer that all that DTMs have to
> act as single layer ?
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