> Da: i.turton@...
> Data: Jun 7, 2004 1:30:47 PM
> A: 'dominik' <dominik-@...>, geotools-gt2-users@...
> Ogg: RE: [Geotools-gt2-users] Style
> > From: geotools-gt2-users-admin@...
> > [mailto:geotools-gt2-users-admin@...] On
> > Behalf Of dominik
> > Sent: 04 June 2004 00:02
> > To: geotools-gt2-users@...
> > Subject: [Geotools-gt2-users] Style
> > hi,
> > first of all a great compliment to all of you!!! I am working
> > on a project for university and geotools is dooing just fine.
> Cool - when you're finished may be you can share the results with the
> > My question (perhaps rather silly): I am using the map from
> > spearfish example with my one shapefiles! How do I get the
> > Style of my shapefile as I can see it in Arcview in the map??
> GeoTools makes use of the OGC Styled Layer Description (SLD)
> specification (http://www.opengis.org/docs/02-070.pdf). I'll be honest
> and say that I haven't yet looked at the spearfish example but I assume
> it loads a style from a file somewhere.
No, it creates it at run time by using the StyleBuilder.
That said, I don't understand the question... maybe you want to
create the style in ArcView and then show the same map with geotools
(that is, same styling). With ArcView 8 onwards it's not possible unless
someone reverse engineers the project file format, for ArcView 3 it's
tecnically possible, but not supported at the moment and I don't know about
anyone working on it. Should be relatively simple, thought...