SV: [OpenMap Users] projection.getUpperLeft vs Java Web Start

From: Marklund David <>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 20:58:04 +0200

This is the layer code that creates the raster:

LatLonPoint lr = itsProjection.getLowerRight();
        LatLonPoint ul = itsProjection.getUpperLeft();
      //the lr and ul values are not the same in an application as with web // start
        omRaster = new OMScalingRaster2(ul.getLatitude(),
                ul.getLongitude(), lr.getLatitude(), lr.getLongitude(),


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Attached a document with pics of the app started as application or via web start.


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Från: Don Dietrick []
Skickat: den 8 september 2004 14:02
Till: Marklund David
Ämne: Re: [OpenMap Users] projection.getUpperLeft vs Java Web Start

Hi David,

Can you give more details? I've not seen this.

- Don

On Sep 7, 2004, at 3:57 AM, Marklund David wrote:

> Hi All,
> I have a problem deploying a omScalingRaster with Java Web Start.
> When creating the raster I use projection.getUpperLeft() and
> projection.getLowerRight().
> These return different values running the application via web start or
> as a plain application. This means that the layer containing the
> raster looks different based on deployment strategy !
> Anyone seen a behaviour like this ?
> //
> David

Don Dietrick,
BBN Technologies, Cambridge, MA

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