[mapguide-users] Packaging MapGuide Site for Clients
jumpinjackie at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 20:55:28 EDT 2008
Unfortunately MapGuide does not have application publishing capabilities at
the moment, though that does sound like a very nice feature to have, and
would make deployment even more simpler.
A pseudo application publishing technique is possible if you use MapGuide's
www root as the point of deployment (and you are using PHP). Simply make
that directory reachable via ftp (with privileged access), and you should be
able to deploy web applications that would immediately register on the
If you are using .net, that would require additional configuration that
would make the above approach un-feasible. I dunno about java.
> I've created a few MapGuide sites that we can use internally within our
> This morning, I've had a brief play around with making packages using Site
> Admin, but is there a way that we can package a MapGuide site so that we
> deliver it to an external client (similar to a PMF in ArcGIS)
> What we are hoping to achieve is to be able to provide the data/site
> to a client independantly of our server so that they have the website
> available in their office. If they need changes, we can update their map
> from our office and send them a new package. I'm not sure if this is
> Does anyone have any ideas/suggestions or experience doing this?
> Amy Norcott
> Wollongong, Australia
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