SV: [mapserver-dev] Re: INSPIRE view service questions for FOSS4g talk
Thomas.Ellett at statkart.no
Tue Sep 27 09:50:15 EDT 2011
Brilliant, that worked a treat!! Strange I didn't come across this ticket before?? I've emailed Stefan about the other issues which are still live I think.
Fra: Stephan Meißl [mailto:stephan at meissl.name]
Sendt: 27. september 2011 14:21
Til: Thomas Ellett
Kopi: mapserver-dev at lists.osgeo.org
Emne: Re: [mapserver-dev] Re: INSPIRE view service questions for FOSS4g talk
I copy below Stefans mail which he sent directly and not via the mailing
Did you try the following metadata setting in the METADATA section of
the WEB oject (see #3602)?
i can't reply on mapserver-dev
>2. ResourceLocator metadata is a missing option in the mapfile
i thought resource locator always corresponds to the value of the
onlineresource (so there currently is no extra configuration option)
>3. There is no way of specifying a vocabulary attribute for keywords.
it defaults to "ISO" if you specify the "wms_inspire_keyword"
On Tue, 2011-09-27 at 02:14 -0700, tellett wrote:
> Hei Stephan,
> Sorry its taken me so long to reply and it was great meeting you in Denver
> as well, always nice to put a face to a name!
> Firstly, I haven't seen anything from Stefan about points 2 and 3, but I'd
> love to hear what he thinks. Secondly, I tried multiple settings to get
> multiple bounding boxes in the capabilities file but none of them worked.
> Unless bug #1905 has been fixed I'm assuming Mapserver just doesn't support
> this in any shape or form (and I can fully understand why!!).
> Stephan Meißl wrote:
> > Hi Tom,
> > trying to follow this up on the FOSS4G code sprint. Thanks for your
> > compliancy presentation with the good results for MapServer ;). Was
> > great meeting you at the FOSS4G!
> > Regarding your points below, for 1. Looking at the capabilities under
> >  the layers report multiple bounding boxes. Which setting did you use
> > in your mapfile? For 2. and 3. Stefan sent you a response. Did you see
> > it?
> > To find the documentation of the developments of Stefan its best to
> > start at . The RFC will soon be posted to the official location.
> > cu
> > Stephan
> > 
> > http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/browser/sandbox/inspire_soc2011/msautotest/wxs/expected/wms_inspire_scenario1_cap130.xml
> >  http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/wiki/gsoc2011
> > On Sun, 2011-09-11 at 07:47 -0700, tellett wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I'm doing a talk at FOSS4g on INSPIRE compliancy of view services. IN the
> >> course of this I've come across a few issues that I wonder if anyone can
> >> clarify for me.
> >> 1. It appears that you cannot specify multiple bounding boxes on layers
> >> if
> >> you have specified multiple CRS's.
> >> 2. ResourceLocator metadata is a missing option in the mapfile
> >> 3. There is no way of specifying a vocabulary attribute for keywords.
> >> The only docs I've found for any of these is a closed bug report for the
> >> multiple bounding box issue. Can anyone confirm if the other two issues
> >> are
> >> still a problem and if so if anything is planned to fix them? They are
> >> all
> >> mandatory requirements for INSPIRE. I have checked out Stefan Leopolds
> >> code
> >> and have been using that to check INSPIRE compliancy.
> >> Thanks in advance
> >> Tom
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