[OpenMap Users] Yes CADRG is chosen

From: Steve Frierdich <sfrierdich_at_custom-mfg-eng.com>
Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 08:38:14 -0500

Yes CADRG is chosen. Have you ever programmed the openmaps to work with
RPF layers? If you did could you do a print screen capture of the RPF
maps being displayed and place the capture like in a PowerPoint and
email it to me so I can see what the maps look like. It looks like I am
going to have to go read MIL-C-89038 and MIL-STD-2411 to learn the map
formats, and possible make and eclipse project for the openmaps
application and step through the code to see why the RPF maps are not
displaying. I have no problem making the A.TOC , adding the map to the
openmaps application as a layer, referencing the RPF maps in the
openmap.properties file. It is that RPF maps just do not appear. I am
guessing the problem is the structure of the RPF maps I have or not the
correct format the openmaps are looking for. The RPF maps I am using are
maps I received from a government agency. That agency had an active X
control I used for those RPF map for displaying and adding layers. I
embedded that active X control in my application and then used COM for
communication to the control and adding layers. Attached in the WORD
documents in Figure 5 is a picture of the active X Control showing a RPF
map. If you can think of any steps I should take to get the RPF maps to
appear in openmaps just let me know. I have noticed in the A.TOC file
created by MakeToc mentions MIL-C-89038 in it, and the governments
A.TOC file mentions MIL-STD-2411 in it.

Lynn M. Meredith wrote:

> Steve
> Do you have the projection set to CADRG?
> On Feb 1, 2005, at 9:47 AM, Steve Frierdich wrote:
> Haa anyone ever gotten RPF maps to display using openmaps. I am
> having trouble getting RPF maps to appear using openmaps and in
> the openmap example application itself. I have not trouble making
> the A.TOC file, and adding the RPF layer to the openmap example
> application layer, the problem is having the RPF maps appear in
> the openmap example application. I even went into the openmap
> property file and set the RPF path to where the A,TOC should be
> but does not work. I noticed when I look inside the A.TOC file the
> file references MIL-C-89038 and not MIL-STD-2411
> Does this have a big effect on why the RPF layers to not appear in
> openmaps?
> Thanks
> Steve
> 7274554668

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