[Mapbender-users] Mapbender 2.7.4: Customizing the display of WFS layers

Armin Retterath armin.retterath at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 02:05:43 PST 2016

hi lukas,

the styles are for the html elements of the editor client. with the buffer
you can define a buffer around the elements when you zoom to one element by
selecting it in the result table or in the list of elements.
the adding of one element should be possible. you have to update the wfs
and then the element should be available in the wfs-conf.
if more things are changed you have to define a new wfs-conf or alter it
directly in the database.
i think somewhen there was a sql statement to copy a special wfs-conf. we
have the same problems here ;-) - maybe we should develop a little bit
easier handling of wfs-conf in the future.

best regards

2016-02-09 10:11 GMT+01:00 lukas.bollack <lukas.bollack at naturnetz.ch>:

> Hi Armin
> Thanks for the explanation! I've tried and Mapbender uses the styling I
> defined in Geoserver. Also, I've found out you can "style" the layers in
> QGIS with it's graphical interface and then export the SLD definition into
> Geoserver. I think this works perfectly for my project.
> What I still don't understand: What's the function of the fields "Style"
> "Buffer" and "Result Style" in the wfs-configuration window?
> Also, if I add another field to a feature dataset in my postgis database
> for
> which I already have a wfs-configuration: is there a way to tell mapbender
> this field exists without loading the wfs again and creating a whole new
> wfs-configuration?
> Best Regards
> Lukas
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