[mapguide-users] can anyone view my web gis using mapguide maestro?
hm at geograf.dk
Wed Jul 9 05:24:24 PDT 2014
You should speak with the IT department at the company where you work. If you
setup a seperate machine/server with MapGuide they might be able to make it
available on the internet (public). If they cannot do that, you should
purchase an Amazon EC2 or some other windows server (VPS or cloud computer)
that is available online. Install MapGuide on this server and setup your map
identical to the one on your local computer.
Then you can make a link to the map. Instead of using http://localhost/...
you will use the IP address of the server (you will be given the public IP
address of the server from your IT depaartment or if you use Amazon EC2 you
can get an "elastic ip" (static) for the new machine). Then you will have an
url like http://126.96.36.199/mapguide/... to put on your website.
If you are still in doubt of how to do this, then perhaps you should hire a
consultant that can assist you or your company with this task.
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