[Mapbender-users] Mapbender 2.7.4: Customizing the display of WFS layers
armin.retterath at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 06:43:30 PST 2016
normally mapbender uses a wms layer to render the objects. in most cases we
use mapserver for wms and geoserver for wfs interface, because mapserver is
easy to style. but it will also easy to use a geoserver layer and its wms
please load the geoserver wms into your mapbender gui and couple it with
your configured featuretype (wms gui settings).
hope this helps (http://www.mapbender2.org/Digitize - Configuration - 7.)
;-) - the vectorrendering of wfs features is only a simple highlight of the
we will also implement a possibility to copy the features from a wfs to the
new geojson management function in near future. (geojson digitize function
is already active at our platform: http://www.geoportal.rlp.de)
2016-02-05 14:12 GMT+01:00 lukas.bollack <lukas.bollack at naturnetz.ch>:
> Hi Mapbender Users!
> I have a couple of layers from a Geoserver WFS service I set up that I want
> to use in my MapBender application. Now I'm wondering how I determine how
> the Layers are displayed (colors, width of lines etc, essentially what's
> determined under "Symbology" in QGIS). I noticed the fields "Style"
> and "Result Style" in the wfs configuration menu, but I'm not sure if these
> are used to determine the symbology of the layer or if they have something
> to do with how the layer looks in the map legend. I know you can define
> layer symbology in geoserver - does mapbender automatically use this
> symbology? In this case I would just style the layers in geoserver.
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