[OpenLayers-Dev] Layering Print Problem
patrick.valsecchi at camptocamp.com
Tue Aug 26 10:30:20 EDT 2008
Looks like everybody does the same... There is a server side print module in
MapFish as well.
Demo page (sorry not many layers):
Support layers with SVG format, rotations, complex page layouts, ...
Implemented in Java (servet), but has a pylons controller as well.
For the moment, it outputs only a PDF, but there is a ticket for bitmap
On Tuesday 26 August 2008 12.01:07 Juan G wrote:
> We did this in our project at this URL:
> We send all the information needed to server (J2EE webapp) and compose the
> image with all the checked layers in client side with their legends, even
> scale line.
> If someone want to know the server side source code, please tell it to me.
> 2008/8/26 Nils Weinander <nils.weinander at curalia.se>
> > Erik Uzureau:
> > > In fact we do not have a good solution in place right now for printing
> > > an OL map.
> > >
> > > ...but we should. If you have done any work on this and would be
> > interested in
> > > giving back to the community, please let us know.
> > Well, nothing that can be done client side (i.e. possible
> > to include in OL), but we solved the print issue server
> > side.
> > The background map and each overlay are fetched in singleTile
> > mode and stored as temporary files. These are then merged
> > into one file using JAI and sent back to the browser. Then
> > the temporary files are cleaned up in some way I can't say
> > at the moment.
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