I need to have the following:
(1) Multiple features displayed on a map over google maps base layer
(2) Each styled differently
(3) Each receiving mouse events (highlight feature when mouse over, select
feature on mouse click, etc.)
(4) Each refreshing periodically (the feature data and location will change)
(5) Each feature has a different structure (so MergeModels will not work as
I understand it)
I have looked at several of the examples and have been able to do the
(1) Separate FeatureCollections with separate Timers, FeatureSelectHandlers,
GmlRendererOL, and TipWidgetOL objects, SLD files are used for styling.
-> In this scenario, each time a timer refreshes the collection, the
recently refreshed collection is able to receive mouse events and all others
-> Styling works as expected except cannot render text.
(2) Feature Layers (as Layer, as FeatureType) in the OwsContext File.
-> Have not been able to use mouse events
-> Inline SLD does not appear to be working (all points displayed as red
I have been pouring over the examples and documentation and trying all
different combinations of widgets and whatnot and I am still unable to get
ALL of the functionality I need. I am starting to think I need to write
some code to extend the functionality. I am new to mapbuilder and
mapbuilder functionality as-is. I have tried using the rc2 release and the
nightly trunk release and see the same results.
How do I allow multiple features to receive mouse events simultaneously? I
don't care if I am using a feature collection or if I am using a layer in
the owscontext (though I do not see a path to doing this).
Does anybody have any suggestions on which direction to start? Thank you
for any help you can provide!
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