[Qgis-developer] Server features
kimaidou at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 02:07:55 PST 2012
To come back to the first subject "server features", I think we need to
have a look at how the fast cgi detects the project changes. I often need
to reload the apache server to see some changes in the images generated by
QGIS Server. Marco told me there is a detection of the changes in the
project files, but I have seen all the changes are not always detected.
I should try to set up a list all the possible changes that are not taken
2012/11/15 G. Allegri <giohappy at gmail.com>
> I think this is the big difference between Lizmap and Qgis Web Client (but
>> I can be wrong, as I have barely tested it) :
>> * Lizmap is buit with a php framework, so it do whatever is possible
>> server side : rights management, use database , use web caching, etc.
>> Lizmap does 2 jobs : it create the web map interface AND it acts as a proxy
>> between QGIS Server and the web map.
>> cannot create web services with it. You must rely on other tools to
>> provides server side scripting.
> You're right. Multiple solutions are always good for the market ;)
> Qgis Web Client, by itself, provides only a couple of python cgi scripts
> for text searches on structured PG tables.
> That's why we've started developing the Django project to sit in between
> Qgis Web Client and Qgis Server...
> Marco, please correct me if I am wrong.
>> 2012/11/15 Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>
>>> Il 15/11/2012 10:34, kimaidou ha scritto:
>>> > * it took us only one day to develop the caching system in Lizmap,
>>> > because PHP and the jelix framework provide all the stuff needed to
>>> > achieve this goal efficiently. This is why we did it (why not at this
>>> > cost :) ) We could also use memcache, postgresql bdd to store the
>>> > cache, etc.
>>> I understand this. In your opinion, would it be difficult to add the
>>> same also to qgis web browser (I know it's unfair to ask, since it's
>>> actually a competitor ;) ).
>>> All the best.
>>> Paolo Cavallini - Faunalia
>>> Full contact details at www.faunalia.eu/pc
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