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Timestamp:
03/12/07 14:24:14 (12 years ago)
Author:
lawrence
Message:

Most of the coding for geospatial operators. Improvements
to results display for multiple bounding boxes.

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  • TI05-delivery/ows_framework/trunk/ows_server/ows_server/templates/advanced.kid

    r2882 r3093  
    8484                </div> <!--float wrap --> 
    8585                <div id="innerRight"> 
     86                    <?python 
     87                    #Search Types 
     88                    sps=[['overlaps','overlaps'],['does not overlap','doesNotOverlap'],['is within','within']] 
     89                    ?> 
    8690                    <div class="searchHdr">Spatial coverage <span py:replace="helpIcon('spacov_help')"/></div> 
    8791                    <table> 
     92                    <tr><td colspan="3">Look for data which  
     93                        <select name="geoSearchType">${XML(h.options_for_select(sps,c.geoSearchType))}</select> 
     94                    the search region.</td></tr> 
    8895                        <tr> 
    8996                        <td colspan="3"> 
     
    9198                            <div id="spacov_help" class="hidden"> 
    9299                                <div class="helptxt"> 
    93                                 <p> All datasets which have some data within the bounding box will be returned </p></div> 
     100                                <p> The default search is a global search. You can select a limited geospatial region using either the text boxes or the map. 
     101                                 The default is to limit to datasets which overlap with a search region, but you can also aim to find only the datasets 
     102                                 within the search region, or which <b>don't</b> overlap with the search region too. </p> 
     103                                 <p> Or at least that's what should happen. Right now (December 3, 2007) only "overlaps" works!</p></div> 
    94104                            </div> 
    95105                    </td></tr> 
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