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Is it possible to add a shapelayer and a raster (jpg/geotiff) layer using
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----- Forwarded by Debasish Sahu/RMSI on 09/12/2002 06:26 PM -----
<desruiss@... To: <Debasish.Sahu@...>
Subject: Re: Loading Raster layers
09/12/2002 06:24 PM
Please respond to
> Is it possible to add a shapelayer and a raster (geotiff)
> layer using GEOTOOLS2 ?
I will have to check. The renderer code is still evolving, and I'm not sure
if it is ready for image layer at this time. For now, I use image in
Geotools 2 mostly for computational purpose.
Loading a Geotiff image is an other issue. There is free software for
loading Geotiff images, but GridCoverageExchange do not use it yet (I just
didn't had the time to do the connection yet)
I think it would be a good idea to post yours question on the geotools's
developper list. There is some peoples around who have a better knowledge
than me for some aspect. For example, James McGill would give you a more
accurate answer about the current state of the "renderer" module.
From: Ian Turton <ian@ge...> - 2002-09-12 14:53:05
At 13:55 12/09/02, Debasish.Sahu@... wrote:
> Is it possible to add a shapelayer and a raster (jpg/geotiff) layer using
Not currently - you can load shapefiles and render them. If you wish to
contribute some code to handle geotiffs then I'll happily look at combining
it to the renderer.
>Senior Software Engineer
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