Bug report #632
various problems using WMS with QGIS
|Category:||Web Services clients/WMS|
|Affected QGIS version:||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Debian||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||Resolution:||fixed|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||Copied to github as #:||10691|
I'm having a few problems with my WMS service using QGIS as client. May
be anyone has a few hints or ideas:
Using QGIS 0.8.0 on opensuse:
- a polygon layer doesn't show with transparency - even though it is
implemented in the WMS and it works with other clients, the transparency
as well is not adjustable using the properties menu (well i can change
it to 50% but it dioesn't change the view) - the transparency works very
nice, if I use the WMS-feeding postgis-service directly.
[projection on runtime is activated]
Using QGIS0.8.1preview2 (pretty fresh installation with complete
uninstall of 0.8.1p1) on WinXP:
- while zooming in a WMS-raster or vektor layer an error message appears:
msWMSLoadGetMapParams(): WMS server error. Image size out of range,
WIDTH and HEIGHT must be between 1 and 2048 pixels.
This is probably due to a bug in the QGIS program. Please report this error.
- get FeatureInfo doesn't return any results using the WMS (works, if I
use the WMS-feeding postgis-service directly)
- projection on runtime is activated, but layers show up at different
places while loading the same layer via WMS and the WMS-feeding
postgis-service (the wms layer is displaced, it works using QGIS 0.8.0
Any ideas, hints, solutions, explanations?
#1 Updated by Magnus Homann almost 15 years ago
- Status changed from Open to In Progress
So, there are three issues:
1) Transparency doesn't seem to work.
2) Zooming doesn't work
3) Get featuerinfo does not work.
Am I right in this?
Can you split this bug in three parts, perhaps? It's easier to keep track on what is fixed and what is not. We work in small increments. :-)
#2 Updated by anonymous - over 14 years ago
I have (tried to) fix issue 2 (maybe wrong placement too?) in . Please download source, compile and see if it gets better. Many thanks for your help.
If you have svn, you can check out with
svn co https://svn.qgis.org/repos/qgis/tags/Release-0_8_0 qgis_08
and build with cmake.
#3 Updated by Magnus Homann over 14 years ago
Above comment was me, and the correct svn path is
svn co https://svn.qgis.org/repos/qgis/branches/Release-0_8_0 qgis_08
'branches' not 'tags'
#5 Updated by Magnus Homann over 14 years ago
Uninstall old versionj and install this and try. Most problems should be fixed.