[Mapserver-users] postgis and java mapscript

Tomas Brandalik Tomas.Brandalik at Sun.COM
Fri May 14 03:14:13 EDT 2004

ok, that was wrong compilation without postgis support. Now it works 
fine with these settings:

LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib/swig1.3 -L../.. -L. -lmap -lgd -L/usr/local/lib 
-lgd -ljpeg -lfreetype -lpng -lz -ltiff -ljpeg -lgdal 
-L/usr/local/pgsql/lib -lpq -lm -lstdc++


Tomas Brandalik wrote:

> No, I use same map file and generate only simple png without any 
> manipulation.  But maybe problem is in compilation libmapscript.so 
> with postgis enabled.  I am not sure if I did it properly. will 
> investigate further
> -Tomas
> Sean Gillies wrote:
>> On May 13, 2004, at 9:24 AM, Tomas Brandalik wrote:
>>> I am running mapserver4.0.2 compiled with postgis0.8.1 extension. It 
>>> works fine through cgi but not from java/mapscript.
>>> java/mapscript library generates expected png file if datasources 
>>> were shapefiles but no output or even error shows up when 
>>> datasources were postgis.
>>> I can't find any log or whatever would help me find the problem.
>>> Have anybody seen this before?
>>> -Tomas
>> Tomas, mapscript uses the same code as mapserver, so this is unexpected.
>> Are you using the same map config file in each case?  Are you using
>> mapscript to modify any of the postgis layer's attributes?  Setting
>> filters or classitems?
>> Sean
>> -- 
>> Sean Gillies
>> sgillies at frii dot com
>> http://users.frii.com/sgillies
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