[jira] Created: (GEOS-492) GetFeatureInfo does not work with projected display in WMS

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[jira] Created: (GEOS-492) GetFeatureInfo does not work with projected display in WMS

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GetFeatureInfo does not work with projected display in WMS
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         Key: GEOS-492
         URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/GEOS-492
     Project: GeoServer
        Type: Bug
  Components: WMS  
    Versions: 1.3.0 RC6    
 Environment: GNU/Linux server using Opteron processor; JDK 1.5.0; Tomcat 5.5.4; Geoserver 1.3.0 RC6
    Reporter: Alexander Paul Robin Cooper
 Assigned to: Gabriel Roldán
     Fix For: 1.3.0 RC7


I store data in PostGIS in projected coordinates (EPSG:3031), with one layer in geographic coordinates (EPSG:4326).

I am using the WMS to overlay the latter on the former, in yet another coordinate ystem (EPSG:3204).

GetFeatureInfo does not find any features.

If I display only data in its native projection (EPSG:3031), GetFeatureInfo returns corect information.

It looks as if GetFeatureInfo is not doing the inverse transform from EPSG:3204 to EPSG:3031 or EPSG:4326

The page www.add.scar.org/APC/namemap.html should display this behaviour - ctrl-shift-mouseclick exectutes a getfeatureinfo on the selected layer using the "Layers" link.. However, this page may not always work - I am developing this system and this is the test page.

Note that EPSG:3031 and EPSG:3204 are in the latest EPSG database; I have incorporated them in gt2-epsg.jar. And yes, they really are Antarctic projections!

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