You could try using *tileGrid.getTileRangeForExtentAndResolution(extent,
resolution)* instead, although this is not part of the public API either.

Whichever way you chose, it doesn't make sense that your code gives you an
execution error on *tileGrid.getFullTileRange* but not on
*tileGrid.getTileCoordForCoordAndResolut**ion*, as a ol.tilegrid.TileGrid
should have both functions on its prototype. Are you sure this is the error
you're getting?

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On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 7:41 PM, Ignacio Talavera <ignacio.talav...@gmail.com
> wrote:

> Thanks! perhaps I'm trying the wrong way. I',m using vector-tile from
> geoserver and I get the same problem mentioned here
> <https://stackoverflow.com/a/34850171> so I try to use ol.source.Vector
> with ol.loadingstrategy.tile as loading strategy as follows.
> ............................................................
> ...........................
> strategy: ol.loadingstrategy.tile(tileGrid),
> url: function(extent, resolution) {
>         var tileCoord = tileGrid.getTileCoordForCoordAndResolution(
> ol.extent.getCenter(extent), resolution);
>         var z = tileCoord[0];
>         var x = tileCoord[1];
>         var y = tileCoord[2];
> *        var range = tileGrid.getFullTileRange(z);*
> *        y = range.getHeight() + tileCoord[2];// I need the range to
> transofrm 'Y' coordinate to fit  in geoserver tile range.*
>         return '/geoserver/gwc/service/tms/1.0.0/' +layer
> +'@EPSG%3A'+projection_epsg_no+'@geojson/'+z+'/'+ x+'/'+ y+'.geojson';
>    }
>
> Is there any workaround?
>
>
>
> On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 12:46 PM, Olivier Guyot <
> olivier.gu...@camptocamp.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> This function is not part of the public API, hence the fact it is not
>> exposed in Typescript definitions. You could still use it without errors by
>> casting the ol.tilegrid.Tilegrid object to `any`, like so:
>> *(tilegridObj as any).getFullTileRange()*
>> Although that is obviously not the recommended way to go.
>>
>> As for the execution error, Typescript would have nothing to do with that
>> so there's probably a problem with how the tilegrid object is created.
>>
>> --
>> *camptocamp*
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>> BY OPEN SOURCE EXPERTS
>>
>>
>> *Olivier Guyot*
>> Geospatial Developer
>> +33 4 58 48 20 28 <+33%204%2058%2048%2020%2028>
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 4:49 PM, Ignacio Talavera <
>> ignacio.talav...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> I'm using Openlayers v4.2.0 with typescript so I installed the
>>> typesDefinition with npm install --save @types/openlayers
>>> I need to execute the method *getFullTileRange()* from
>>> ol.tilegrid.TileGrid type  but is not defined in the type definition from
>>> @types/openlayers (index.d.ts).
>>> First I get a compilation error because getFullTileRange method is not
>>> declared in index.d.ts. I try to modify index.d.ts adding this method
>>> (inside my IDE to skip compilation errors) but running my app I  get this
>>> exection error
>>>
>>> *TypeError*: *tileGrid.getFullTileRange is not a function*.
>>>
>>> How can I extend index.d.ts to execute that function?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>>
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>
>
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