bill at BINKO.NET
Tue Mar 29 14:48:40 EST 2005
On Fri, 25 Mar 2005, Ed McNierney wrote:
> Bill -
> Those all look reasonable - good job! Those SRID codes are EPSG
> projection codes, and you can use them directly as:
> which will save you a lot of typing and some typos! It also makes it
> obvious to the reader what projection it is (or at least easy for the
> reader to look up).
> Could you post your entire MAP file? Since your output is in the state
> plane projection, your EXTENT needs to be specified in that projection
> and units. I would recommend that you start with a map file with the
> county PROJECTION block at the MAP level and one layer with the county
> data, also with the same PROJECTION block. Get that working correctly,
> the add the second layer with the UTM PROJECTION block.
I took your advice and and replaced the projections with the espg codes.
I also simplified the map file to just have two layers: both shapefile,
not PostGIS. However, I am still having the same problem: I only see the
county data when I put both in the file.
I've included the reduced map file below, and I've sent a copy of the data
to Paul to see if he can help. Is there a standard way to distribute
layer files for review on this board? Or should I post a URL or the like?
Thanks for your time,
SIZE 800 500
IMAGECOLOR 240 240 255
EXTENT 57968.750000 1189453.125000 464218.750000 1443359.375000
SIZE 200 2
COLOR 0 0 0
OUTLINECOLOR 0 0 0
COLOR 0 0 0
NAME "Pinellas County Outline"
NAME "Pinellas County"
OUTLINECOLOR 60 60 60
COLOR 200 200 200
NAME "Pinellas Roads"
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