[OSGeo-Discuss] web mapping package
Bob.Basques at ci.stpaul.mn.us
Mon Dec 28 17:39:09 PST 2009
John (and others),
I keep forgetting to relay this little tidbit. GeoMoose is built on top of OpenLayers, so all of it's data sources are theoretically, feasible as datsources as well.
The Map View is all OpenLayers.
>>> John Callahan <john.callahan at udel.edu> 12/28/09 7:09 PM >>>
Thanks percy. No, I hadn't thought of that. OpenLayers always gives me the
impression of one layer at a time, and doesn't usually include a layer list
that you can check on/off. However, I'm sure with some thinking on WMS
services with transparent backgrounds vs TMS layer backgrounds, I might be
able to come up with something. I'll look through the examples at
http://openlayers.org/dev/examples/. Thanks for the idea.
On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 7:16 PM, percy <percyd at pdx.edu> wrote:
> John, have you thought about just using OpenLayers with Mapserver, just
> modify one of the existing examples to point to your mapserver cgi and you
> should be up and running in less than an hour or so... It also integrates
> well with TMS for raster, and WMS for other...
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> Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2009 19:09:55 -0500
> From: John Callahan <john.callahan at udel.edu>
> Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] web mapping package
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> Thanks Bob. Yes, GeoMoose does seem impressive for what it can do out of
> the box. I noticed there is a GeoMoose mailing list and will likely signup
> for that. Quick question though: can the GeoMoose interface directly
> display png tiles (e.g., output from gdal2tiles/maptiler) or do rasters need
> to go through mapserver first? (I have some imagery and openstreetmap data
> I think would be best served through TMS tiles rather than mapserver raster
> data sources.)
> - John
> David Percy
> Geospatial Data Manager
> Geology Department
> Portland State University
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