without problem. Then I add to map from database JGrass outputMap.
The outputMap isn't visible and there is this comment:
"Sistema di coordinate di dati sconosciuto. Se non viene definito si
può avere un comportamento inaspettato dell'applicazione."
My os is Windows xp. I tested with the today latest JGrass src and
also with jgrass-1.1.x-build20081112015624-win32.win32.x86.zip.
I solve programmatically with the code to add a layer to current map:
Activator.log("mapurl to add current map: " + mapurl.toString(),
progressMonitor, -1, activeMap);
>A quick thought.
>I think you loaded the map layer after another layer, which had a
>different projection system?
>If that applies, JGrass doesn't support reprojection on the fly. That
>is why the first layer you load should be a JGrass layer.
>In fact the jGrass trunk version now supports also reprojection and
>will support also lat/long. We are working on it and results already
>look more than good.
>Let me know if the above problem applies.
>On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 6:49 PM, Giuseppe Cinque <gfcinque at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Andrea,
>> thank you for response, now it's ok, but I have another problem.
>> I download the today jgrass src from:
>> https://svn.dev.cocos.bz//svnroot/jgrass/jgrass3.0/branches/jgrass4udig1.1.x/trunk/ >>
>> and use:
>> udig_1_1_0 sdk
>> when I lunch a command, for example:
>> grass r.slope.aspect.exe elevation=inputMap slope=outputMap prec=float
>> zfactor=1.0 --overwrite
>> without problem. Then I add to map from database JGrass outputMap.
>> The outputMap isn't visible and there is this comment:
>> "Sistema di coordinate di dati sconosciuto. Se non viene definito si
>> può avere un comportamento inaspettato dell'applicazione."
>> My os is Windows xp.
>> Some idea?
>> Thank you,