Bug report #14867
Empty bounding box for a layer in GetCapabilities response from qgis server when querying a project that contains gdal raster layer with projection different from 3857 or 4326
|Affected QGIS version:||2.14.2||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Arch Linux||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||22820|
I'm adding GDAL_WMS XML definition as raster layers to qgis, and then make a GetCapabilities request to WMS service.
Bbox is defined in XML files.
When adding an XML raster with defined EPSG3857 CRS (i.e. OSM tile service), GetCapabilities response contains bounding box as expected:
<BoundingBox CRS="EPSG:4326" maxx="85.0511" minx="-85.0511" maxy="180" miny="-180"/>
<BoundingBox CRS="EPSG:3857" maxx="2.00375e+07" minx="-2.00375e+07" maxy="2.00375e+07" miny="-2.00375e+07"/>
But when adding a layer with CRS different from 3857 or 4326 (it is EPSG 3395 in my case), then GetCapabilities response contains empty bbox like this:
<BoundingBox CRS="EPSG:3857" maxx="0" minx="0" maxy="0" miny="0"/>
<BoundingBox CRS="EPSG:4326" maxx="0" minx="0" maxy="0" miny="0"/>
<BoundingBox CRS="EPSG:3395" maxx="0" minx="0" maxy="0" miny="0"/>
I think it's a bug in qgis server, because I can see the expected bbox in raster metadata in qgis itself.
Attaching my raster definitions here, so this can be easily reproduced: osm.xml is in 3857, so it works, ya.xml is in 3395, so it doesn't.
#3 Updated by Giovanni Manghi almost 2 years ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Open to Closed
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