I am trying to create a proxy for a remote WMS server. The external server is from the Spanish Geological and Mine Institue, whose information can be queried
The xml returned by a GetCapabilities differ in both cases. The one that works is using '.' as decimal separator:
However, the problematic one uses ',' for such purpose:
I have not seen any configurable options to handle such format, and the external server is out of my control. Other GIS products, such as QGIS, are working perfectly, which makes me think of a possible bug.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
The problematic one is wrong, it's not conforming to the WMS standard. The remote server needs to be fixed
Thanks a lot. Your answer is very valuable for me to contact the other organisation. Still, QGIS doesn't complain about it.
QGis might be trying different decimal separators, or just ignoring the faulty information.... I don't know
Yes, one could build more tolerance in the WMS client code for sure, see this guide if you want to make that happen: https://github.com/geoserver/geoserver/wiki/Successfully-requesting-and-integrating-new-features-and-improvements-in-GeoServer
Minor update, just in case someone tries to reproduce.
Today, the external server has reverted back to '.' and GeoServer runs as expected. Do they read this list? I have not contacted them.
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