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I'm using Geoserver (2.3.0) + OpenLayers(2.12), but with no previous
experience on GEO systems :(.
I need to locate in the map the item located in lat/long, or by the primary
key. But I have found only the inverse situation, in other words, if the
user clicks on item, it is possible to recover the lat/long.
Someone knows how to find this item?
I'm not really clear what you're asking for. If you know the lat/lon you
can either find what item is there (WMS - getFeatureInfo request), or pan
the map there directly. Selecting by primary key would be a WFS query
(getFeature I think). I'm not sure how these are packaged up in OpenLayers
Your question may be better suited to the OpenLayers mailing list however.
On 14 May 2013 14:01, João Carlos Zakrzevisk <jcarlaop@...> wrote:
> I'm using Geoserver (2.3.0) + OpenLayers(2.12), but with no previous
> experience on GEO systems :(.
> I need to locate in the map the item located in lat/long, or by the
> primary key. But I have found only the inverse situation, in other words,
> if the user clicks on item, it is possible to recover the lat/long.
> Someone knows how to find this item?
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