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JeffBoyd
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MapGuide Studio unable to view layers

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04-04-2006 07:35 PM
Just installed the free version of MapGuide Studio Preview, and attempting to get thru the tutorial to learn how to use the product. I am logging in remotely to a web server to access the sample layers and maps. When I try to view layers or maps, I am not able to display the geometry. The Layer Editor panel is populated with information, such as the data elements and the styles, but the preview panel shows nothing at all. Zooming in/out, refreshing, clicking on initial map view all have no effect. My coworker, who is on working on-site, is able to view the layers and maps, although the response is rather slow.
*Andy Morsell
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Re: MapGuide Studio unable to view layers

04-05-2006 05:28 PM in reply to: JeffBoyd
This is the forum for commercial MapGuide 6.5 and below. The only support
mechanism for MapGuide Open Source is through the users email list at
osgeo.org. See this page:
https://mapguide.osgeo.org/servlets/ProjectMailingListList to sign yourself
up. You can also search the archives where a lot questions like this have
been asked in the past.


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Andy Morsell, P.E.
Spatial Integrators, Inc.
http://www.SpatialGIS.com

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Just installed the free version of MapGuide Studio Preview, and attempting
to get thru the tutorial to learn how to use the product. I am logging in
remotely to a web server to access the sample layers and maps. When I try
to view layers or maps, I am not able to display the geometry. The Layer
Editor panel is populated with information, such as the data elements and
the styles, but the preview panel shows nothing at all. Zooming in/out,
refreshing, clicking on initial map view all have no effect. My coworker,
who is on working on-site, is able to view the layers and maps, although the
response is rather slow.
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