[mapguide-internals] RE: Motion: RFC 30 - FDO Configuration
leaf.li at autodesk.com
Wed Sep 5 23:54:59 EDT 2007
Bound override for Raster provider is done by insertpoint, resolution,
rotation override. If you take a look at schema override of Raster
provider, you will find there is no bounds override in its physical
schema mapping. Actually bound can be computed from insertpoint,
resolution, rotation override. So you can implement bound override from
insertpoint, resolution, rotation override.
As for specifying the layer to be used for each MgRasterWMSItem, it is
done by from MgRasterItem::m_name. For MgRasterFileItem, it means raster
file name. For MgRasterWmsItem, it means layer name.
I agree with you. One sample make more sense. I will add it later.
From: "Jason Birch" <Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca>
Subject: RE: [mapguide-internals] Motion: RFC 30 - FDO Configuration
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Hi Leaf Li,
Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see support for the Bounds
override in MgRasterFileItem.
I don't see where you would specify the layer to be used for each
MgRasterWMSItem ... is the name of the MgRasterItem used for that? One
of the largest benefit of config files with the WMS provider is being
able to ask the server for multiple layers in a single request. An
example would help my understanding.
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