[MapProxy] forward time dimension info in getCapabilities
Ezequiel Lara Gómez
ezequiel.lara at qualitasremos.com
Fri Jul 26 04:24:16 PDT 2013
I am trying to set mapserver as a reprojecting proxy (as my origin WMS
only serves EPSG:4326 requests, which I need to "reproject" to 3857 (AKA
900913) for openlayers to be able to overlay it over google maps base
However, the origin WMS has a time dimension, which I would need to use
from our client - not only request a specific time from the origin layer
with "time" and forwarding it with "forward_req_params", but to serve
also the timeextent supported in getCapabilities requests, besides
passing through the requested TIME from our layer. This dimension
information gets lost in the proxying (as a matter of fact it doesn't
even get parsed inside parse_capabilities_url).
The WMS I'm using is
http://coastwatch.pfeg.noaa.gov/erddap/wms/jplG1SST/request , btw, and a
basic configuration would be something like:
srs: ['EPSG:4326', 'CRS:84', 'EPSG:900913', 'EPSG:3857']
title: Mapproxy WMS
- name: jplG1SST
title: jpl G1 SST
¿Is there any way this can be done?
(this was cross-posted-ish to mapserver list as I am trying to get this
working and I don't mind using mapproxy or mapserver as the reprojecting
proxy - however if I have to develop myself mapproxy will probably make
it way easier, being in python...).
Thanks and regards,
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