[Mapserver-users] Re: Re: [Mapserver-users] raster
catalogs with 4.2b3
steve.lime at dnr.state.mn.us
Fri May 28 00:44:45 EDT 2004
Easiest way is with an example.
the usual way:
and the new way:
Yes, the second way is more verbose. However there are some benefits.
The main being that you can apply filters to the index layer (you can
also draw them). You can take certain tiles out of play for maintainance
or filter on ANY item present in the tile index. Obvious examples
include time values or perhaps sensor type. Basically you can create
much more complex spatio/temporal/whatever indexes with this scheme.
Works for shapefile layers too...
>>> <mapserver at geochem.de> 05/25/04 9:14 AM >>>
Hi Steve, hi list,
i had a build problem.
After i recompiled mapserver with '--without-tiff' as Norbert suggested
the catalog appears correct.
Could you please describe the new way of creating tile indexes a little
bit more detailed?
Steve Lime <steve.lime at dnr.state.mn.us> schrieb am 25.05.2004, 15:19:24:
> Although there was new functionality added to 4.2to allow for a new
> of creating tile indexes in a map file the old method is also
> supported. Can you confirm that you don't have a build problem as
> detailed in another response to your message? Can others verify a
> problem? I've not had problems with raster tile setups that I use.
> >>> 05/24/04 3:56 AM >>>
> Hi List,
> i did some tests with php mapscript 4.2b3 and found that my raster
> catalogs did not work with this mapserver version.
> The script which works fine with PHP Mapscript 4.0.2. termined with an
> internal server error (Premature end of script headers) when i use
> The type of the Layer is set to MS_LAYER_RASTER. Do i have to use
> MS_LAYER_TILEINDEX now (how?) or what do i have to change to use
> catalogs with 4.2b3?
> Many thanks Nicol
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