[Biogeosdi] Re: question WFS/WMS layer occurrences search
Javier de la Torre
jatorre at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 16:47:47 CEST 2007
Lets start using our mailing list to talk about these topics ok?
> Now, I think that the occurence service stores a WFS layer (e.g. the
> Cocos_nucif_28977530 layer) the moment you do the search, so I just
> to know :
> * is this done automatically for each and every search ? In GBIF,
> in WFS
> and in TAPIR ?
Yes they are.
> * how do I get the name of this layer in OccurencesDisplay.php - short
> of doing a GetCapabilities and parsing the whole XML ?
Uhmmm...no, in the XML report you get after fetching the data it is
included the name of the layer that has been registered in the WFS
server. Look at the contents of a report to grab it.
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