[Mapserver-users] [mapserver]virtual spatial data

Zak James zak-ms at hoppsan.org
Thu May 27 16:23:22 EDT 2004


We were only able to get this to work using a system DSN or a user DSN 
where the DSN owner had 'Power User' or administrative privileges. 
Ensure that your DSN is set up properly and try using it from a variety 
of accounts with different privileges. Were you able to test against 
the ODBC text driver?

Looks like your GDAL library is up to date, so assuming you're using 
Mapserver 4.2 I'm not sure where the problem lies.

Is this command:
> originfo virtual.ovf mylayer
returning all of the contents of your db?

We are looking at how to make this work with file DSNs so that special 
privileges are not required.

Zak James
Applications and Software Development
DM Solutions Group Inc.
On May 27, 2004, at 2:56 PM, Jenu Abraham wrote:

> hi Zac,
> *-i tried using the file dsn in win 2003 Small business Server-MS 
> -SQL... It didnt work with originfo
> *-I checked the mapserver.exe using the dependency walker
> -------GDAL12.dll Product version version - N/A
> ----------------------File ver - N/A
> ---------------------Linker Ver- 6.0
> --------------------OS ver - 4.0
> -------------------Subsystem ver - 4.0
> Other thing u asked to check----
> *-ogrinfo -ro config.ovf     -
>           gave the output --
> VRT successful 1: mylayer <point>
> *- ogrinfo -ro config.ovf mylayer
>           - gave the same output as with the command-   originfo 
> virtual.ovf mylayer
> hope this might help in figuring out where the problem lies..
> thanks
> jenu
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