[MapProxy] Implementation MapProxy-WMTS to OpenLayers Client
tonnhofer at omniscale.de
Thu Mar 8 02:30:48 EST 2012
On 02.03.2012, at 11:05, Patrick Fischer wrote:
> I’m new in running MapProxy and my first results are to serve a WMS, TMS and WMTS. The Implementation of WMS and TMS into a OpenLayers Client isn’t a big Problem. Only there is a little Coordinate-Difference between these two services. If anybody have an idea, I will be happy J.
> But my real Problem is, that I can’t implement a WMTS-Service (KVP-Encoding) into the OpenLayers-Client. Only the Grid-Tiles are shown, but not the Tile itself. The Direct-Access to Tiles by Browser by usinghttp://geoinformatik.htw-dresden.de/map/wmts/Meilenblaetter_SN/meilenblatt_grid/01/0/0.png is no Problem.
By default OpenLayers thinks your map displays the whole world, but you only have a local grid. So you need to configure maxExtent and maxResolution. Some tips: watch the log output of MapProxy carefully (what does OpenLayers request) and add a WMS layer with a world map, so you can see if the tiles are aligned.
Oliver Tonnhofer | Omniscale GmbH & Co KG | http://omniscale.de
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