Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Where are all the FOSS OGC Client implementations?

2009-01-05 Thread Raj Singh

Note that anyone can add to OGC's registered products listing here:
http://www.opengeospatial.org/resource/products/registration
---
Raj


On Jan 2, at 4:01 AM, Tim Sutton wrote:


Hi

On Tue, 2008-12-30 at 15:17 +0100, Miguel Montesinos wrote:

Hi Tim,

Do you mean apart from OGC Registered products [1]?


Yes I mean list FOSS products and which OGC standards they support  
(and

whether as client or server if applicable).

The list you linked to is also useful though - thanks!

Regards

Tim




Regards,

[1] http://www.opengeospatial.org/resource/products


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CTO
PRODEVELOP, S.L.
mmontesinos [at] prodevelop [dot] es
www.prodevelop.es




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RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] Generating html clickable image maps from polygons

2009-01-05 Thread Fawcett, David
Alex, 

You can use MapServer to generate imagemaps.  See 
http://mapserver.org/output/imagemaps.html

David.

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Hi list,

A rather technical question. I was able to find a potential solution 
with GRASS GIS, but want to know if there are other solutions involving 
FOSS4G software.

Which other FOSS4G software can generate html clickable image maps out 
of polygons? The challenge is simple: a colleague has many polygons that 
must be exported to several clickable PNGs like the example on this 
page: http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/sqc_e.html
(A webmap tool such as OpenLayers would be much more powerful, but in 
some cases we do need clickable PNGs.)

I found out it seems GRASS GIS 6.3+ can do it via its HTMLMAP driver: 
http://www.phygeo.uni-hannover.de/grass/grass63/manuals/html63_user/htmlmapdriver.html
Can any other OSGeo software do the same?


Thanks for any reply!

Alex
-- 
Alexandre Leroux, M.Sc., Ing.
Environnement Canada / Environment Canada
Centre météorologique canadien / Canadian Meteorological Centre Section de la 
réponse aux urgences environnementales / Environmental Emergency Response 
Section alexandre.ler...@ec.gc.ca 
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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Generating html clickable image maps from polygons

2009-01-05 Thread Bob Basques
MapServer can do this via Templates.

We use it in our GISmo (GeoMoose) interface quite a bit for Popups.

you can see it action here:
http://gis.ci.stpaul.mn.us/gis/gismo_public/html/

Just zoom in a ways, a couple of blocks, turn on the Address Point
layer, and then switch to the Visible Layers tab, and make the Address
layer imagemap active, it should be highlighted in Blue in the right
hand control panel if you have zoomed in enough on the map.  Just toggle
it on and mouse over the Address Points.

If you want the technical peak at things, here is the imagemap output
call from Mapserver (that GeoMoose builds):
http://gis.ci.stpaul.mn.us/datasets/DB/SAINT_PAUL/PUBLIC_WORKS/ADDRESS/STAMP-active_public.map?mapext=587340.1267982177%20162002.83410579615%20588032.8548504771%20162477.73387889678mapsize=1218%20835mode=nquerysearchmap=true

The above link generates a Imagemap (only) fragment for use by GeoMoose.
 MapServer builds it based on Templates, as described in the MapServer
docs in someone else's reply.

bobb




 Alexandre Leroux alexandre.ler...@ec.gc.ca 01/05/09 3:07 PM 

Hi list,

A rather technical question. I was able to find a potential solution 
with GRASS GIS, but want to know if there are other solutions involving 
FOSS4G software.

Which other FOSS4G software can generate html clickable image maps out 
of polygons? The challenge is simple: a colleague has many polygons that

must be exported to several clickable PNGs like the example on this 
page: http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/sqc_e.html
(A webmap tool such as OpenLayers would be much more powerful, but in 
some cases we do need clickable PNGs.)

I found out it seems GRASS GIS 6.3+ can do it via its HTMLMAP driver:
http://www.phygeo.uni-hannover.de/grass/grass63/manuals/html63_user/htmlmapdriver.html
Can any other OSGeo software do the same?


Thanks for any reply!

Alex
-- 
Alexandre Leroux, M.Sc., Ing.
Environnement Canada / Environment Canada
Centre météorologique canadien / Canadian Meteorological Centre
Section de la réponse aux urgences environnementales /
Environmental Emergency Response Section
alexandre.ler...@ec.gc.ca
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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Generating html clickable image maps from polygons

2009-01-05 Thread Justin Deoliveira

Someone recently contributed an html imagemap module for GeoServer.

http://geoserver.org/display/GEOS/HTML+ImageMap+support

An example of it in action here:

http://geo.openplans.org/states.html

-Justin

Alexandre Leroux wrote:


Hi list,

A rather technical question. I was able to find a potential solution 
with GRASS GIS, but want to know if there are other solutions involving 
FOSS4G software.


Which other FOSS4G software can generate html clickable image maps out 
of polygons? The challenge is simple: a colleague has many polygons that 
must be exported to several clickable PNGs like the example on this 
page: http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/sqc_e.html
(A webmap tool such as OpenLayers would be much more powerful, but in 
some cases we do need clickable PNGs.)


I found out it seems GRASS GIS 6.3+ can do it via its HTMLMAP driver:
http://www.phygeo.uni-hannover.de/grass/grass63/manuals/html63_user/htmlmapdriver.html 


Can any other OSGeo software do the same?


Thanks for any reply!

Alex



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OpenGeo - http://opengeo.org
Enterprise support for open source geospatial.
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