[Mapserver-users] open failed ogr connection
pdymecki at sympatico.ca
Thu May 13 23:03:48 EDT 2004
I'm just trying to get OGR with ODBC working on the win32 binaries. I
tried the shp2img on my map file though and get the following error
>C:\msapps>shp2img -m c:\apache2\htdocs\ms4w\apps\cbm\map\cbm.map
>msProcessProjection(): Projection library error. invalid projection system
Would i have to recompile mapserver with OGR??
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Warmerdam" <warmerdam at pobox.com>
To: "Andreas Koeberle" <koeberle at fh-nb.de>
Cc: "UMN MapServer" <mapserver-users at lists.gis.umn.edu>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 8:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Mapserver-users] open failed ogr connection
> Andreas Koeberle wrote:
> > Hi
> > I try do use a access database as a source for a point layer. I check
> > the ovf file with the ogrinfo like describe in the wiki and the file
> > seems to work. But when I try do use with the mapserver the following
> > message <http://dict.leo.org/?p=14/p..&search=appear> appear:
> > msOGRFileOpen(): OGR error. Open failed for OGR connection
> > `virtuallayer.ovf'. File not found or unsupported format
> The most obvious and likely problems are:
> 1) out of date mapserver build with old OGR ODBC code.
> 2) you are using a user DSN instead of a system DSN.
> 3) the "web user" does not have permission on the database in question.
> 4) wrong path to virtuallayer.ovf
> To rule out the first item, try running "shp2img" on your map as yourself
> and see if that works.
> shp2img -m your.map -o out.png
> If that works fine then it is a difference in what is accessable in the
> web context compared to running logged in as yourself.
> Good luck,
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