[mapguide-users] StatusScale issue in scale ranges

Rodolfo Moreno rmoreno at voxiva.com
Sun Oct 5 11:23:15 EDT 2008

Hi Kenneth,
I know the behavior of the scale ranges.
My case is the following¨
I have two scale ranges
15001 - infinite

when I start the map can see the layer according to 15001 - inifinte scale
range, however when you do zoom in until 15000 using the status scale the
layer disappears. When I do the same usign the slider, zoom rectangle or
zoom in tool the layer shows up according to 0-15000 scale ranges.
It happen with any of viewers (fusion, ajax or dwf).


Kenneth Skovhede, GEOGRAF A/S wrote:
> Can you clarify the problem a bit?
> If you have a layer with scale ranges:
> 0-2000 : Red dots
> 2001-Infinite : Blue dots
> Does it change from blue to red if you type in "2000" in the status bar 
> at the bottom?
> Does it change if you use the slider (to the same range)?
> Does it change if you drag a rectange (to the same range)?
> (The change is expected behavior)
> If you have ranges:
> 0-2000
> 4000-Infinite
> The layer will be invisible in the range [2001-3999], which is correct 
> behavior.
> Regards, Kenneth Skovhede, GEOGRAF A/S
> Rodolfo Moreno skrev:
>> Hi all,
>> I got an issue in mapguide 2.0.1.
>> Layers with different scale ranges become invisible when you do zoom in
>> with
>> the StatusScale until to achieve one of the scale ranges. 
>> It happens with any of the viewers (AJAX, DWF or FUSION), which is why I
>> think that the problem is the mapguide server.
>> I don't know whether this issue has been solved in the 2.0.2 version
>> I would like to know whether someone has gotten the same problem.
>> Regards
>> -----
>> Rodolfo Moreno
>> CivilEng
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Rodolfo Moreno

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