STATUS in LAYER object
listario at GMAIL.COM
Mon Sep 12 07:42:52 EDT 2005
OK, thanks Steve
2005/9/9, Steve Lime <steve.lime at dnr.state.mn.us>:
> With the CGI application all layers are turned off (except those that are
> DEFAULT) automatically. Then you must explicitly request layers via
> the "layer" or "layers" parameters. Outside of the CGI the value for
> STATUS is respected (e.g. shp2img)...
> >>> "J. Parapar" <listario at GMAIL.COM> 09/09/05 10:39 AM >>>
> Hello all.
> Regarding this ¿what is the difference between STATUS ON and STATUS
> OFF? In a CGI request both STATUS seem to have a similar effect, I can
> activate the "OFF" layer with the layer paramater in the request. ¿Is
> the diffence only in WMS/WFS petitions?
> 2005/9/9, Jeff McKenna <jmckenna at dmsolutions.ca>:
> > Gregory Yetman wrote:
> > >
> > > Rather than changing the flag, I think that perhaps the documentation
> > > just needs some additional info. It's not obvious from the definition of
> > > STATUS when you should use ON vs. DEFAULT.
> > >
> > Please feel free to help contribute to the documentation, and add what
> > you think is missing. http://ms.gis.umn.edu/ allows you to add comments
> > to the docs (for example you could add a note in the LAYER section of
> > the mapfile reference)...or I also see that an FAQ exists for your same
> > issue http://ms.gis.umn.edu/docs/faq/default_vs_on_vs_off (feel free to
> > add to it).
> > There are some versioning differences with the old site's docs and this
> > one, but hopefully that will be resolved soon.
> > thanks!
> > jeff
> > --
> > Jeff McKenna
> > DM Solutions Group Inc.
> > http://www.dmsolutions.ca
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