[mapserver-users] Representing holes in a layer
woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Wed Feb 29 12:26:55 PST 2012
And what to you mean/expect when drawing the hole?
For example do you expect to be able to see through the hole to the
underlying features? -- this is not possible because the first polygon
layer would have over written any features that were already in the image.
On 2/29/2012 2:08 PM, Lime, Steve D (DNR) wrote:
> You mean beyond drawing the holes *after* the boundaries? That would
> give you the look of one layer.
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> Hi Guys,
> Is there any mean with Mapserver and Mapscript to render a layer
> containing a first source of boundary polygon and another source of
> polygons used as holes inside the first boundary polygon.
> I could achieve this by using Postgis features, but I would like to now
> if there is a mean doing this with layers or styles using the Mapscript API.
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