[mapguide-users] Shapefile Features Not Rendering

GISDOTNET aaron.ford at ntierdigm.com
Wed Oct 22 11:55:51 EDT 2008


For my own education and perhaps other reading this thread, what does AGG
and GD stand for and what is the difference between the two renderers?

Regarding the second issue, the FDO provider doesn't recognize annotation as
annotation and sees it as a line type. Maybe that's by design and I'm not
using it correctly. Let me know. Regardless, from what I have read and seen
first hand is that the FDO provider for SDE is very slow and seldom used.



JasonBirch wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> Your first issue may be due to a defect in the AGG renderer that does
> not display some features at small scales.
> http://trac.osgeo.org/mapguide/ticket/632
> Try switching the renderer to GD in your serverconfig.ini file and
> restarting the MapGuide service to see if that's the case.
> Can't offer any guidance on the second issue... what kind of difficulty
> are you having?  Is MapGuide's collision detection hiding some of the
> annotation?
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [mapguide-users] Shapefile Features Not Rendering
> 1.) Some of the shapefiles do not fully render all of their features
> depending on scale e.g. at start up not all the parcel polygons are
> drawn.
> [snip]
> 2.) How are people handling annotation from ESRI data sources? All our
> data
> is in SDE; however, we had significant display/rendering issues which
> lead
> to dropping everything to shapefiles. As a result, we are experiencing
> difficulty having all the annotation converted to labeled lines render
> in
> our MGOS application.
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