[Gvsig_english] Problems with WCS

Frank Warmerdam warmerdam at pobox.com
Fri Sep 30 02:48:41 CEST 2005


I have downloaded and installed gvSIG 0.4 today on Linux.  This process
went well after I got the provided JRE, JAI and related stuff.

I openev a few files in gvSIG, and worked with a WMS layer with no
problem.  However, my primary interest is in use of gvSIG as a WCS
client.  So I added a layer from my WCS server and got a message
about not having RESX, RESY or WIDTH and HEIGHT set.

The console window reported the following request had been made:


As you can see a BBOX and RESX/RESY values were provided, so the
error (from my WCS server) isn't strictly accurate.  However, the problem
seems to be that the RESX/RESY values are extremely large and thus
the internally computed WIDTH and HEIGHT are zero.

Can anyone comment on why the above RESX/RESY values might
have been selected?  At the time I was visualizing most of south
america as you can see from the BBOX.  And the layer (and BBOX)
are in decimal degrees.

Best regards,
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