help w/ WFS request
John.C.Cartwright at NOAA.GOV
Thu Apr 20 16:21:53 EDT 2006
Thanks for the suggestions guys.
The following oracle query works:
select count(*) from sounding p where SDO_FILTER(
) = 'TRUE'
the GET request:
times out, but the describefeaturetype request continues to work. It's
response seems to confirm that mapserver is actually connecting to oracle.
I haven't had much success w/ the mapserver debugging. I set "DEBUG on"
in both the MAP and LAYER section of the mapfile and defined the env
I'm seeing debugging messages from PROJ, GDAL but not from Mapserver.
Any further ideas on how to proceed?
Pericles S. Nacionales wrote:
>Can you confirm that the SQL query works outside of MapServer? This could
>well be a MapServer bug (and I suspect is related to PostGIS query problems
>thaat some users are experiencing). You might have to enable the debugging
>mode to get more info.
>On Thursday 20 April 2006 11:23, John Cartwright wrote:
>>yes, I did - same results:
>> <gml:coordinates>-95,26.5 -94.75,26.75</gml:coordinates>
>>"EPSG:4269" and "epsg:4269" produce the same results in the request, but
>>the mapfile seems to only recognize the lowercase representation.
>>from the mapfile:
>> DATA "SHAPE FROM BATHYUSER.SOUNDING USING SRID 8265"
>>Is there a way that I can see any more detail on how mapserver "sees"
>>Eijnden, B. van den (Bart) wrote:
>>>Have you tried Perry's suggestion to use:
>>> <gml:Box srsName="EPSG:4269">
>>> <gml:coordinates>-95,26.5 -94.75,26.75</gml:coordinates>
>>>What's does your LAYER's PROJECTION block look like?
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