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Christian Sengstock
Hi,
i have geoserver 1.2.4 with a postgis datastore. Drawing lines works
without problems but line labeling just don't work. I use the
following sld to describe the streets featureType (yellow line shows
up). There is no error message in the logs and the "name" attribute
shows up in the sql select string.

Drawing labels from point featuretypes with <PointPlacement = auto>
works as well.

--------------------------------------------
<NamedLayer>
   <Name>STREETS_labeled</Name>
   <UserStyle>
     <Name>lineD</Name>
     <IsDefault>1</IsDefault>
     <FeatureTypeStyle>
       <Rule>
         <Name>all</Name>
         <Title>all</Title>
         <LineSymbolizer>
           <Stroke>
             <CssParameter name="stroke">#FFFF66</CssParameter>
             <CssParameter name="stroke-width">6</CssParameter>
             <CssParameter name="stroke-linejoin">round</CssParameter>
             <CssParameter name="stroke-linecap">round</CssParameter>
           </Stroke>
         </LineSymbolizer>
      <TextSymbolizer>
             <Label>
                       <ogc:PropertyName>name</ogc:PropertyName>
                 </Label>
               <Font>
                       <CssParameter name="font-family">Serif</CssParameter>
                       <CssParameter name="font-style">normal</CssParameter>
                       <CssParameter name="font-weight">normal</CssParameter>
                       <CssParameter name="font-size">12</CssParameter>
                       <CssParameter name="font-color">#000000</CssParameter>
                 </Font>
                 <LabelPlacement>
                       <LinePlacement>
                               <PerpendicularOffset>above</PerpendicularOffset>
                               <LineWidth>2.5</LineWidth>
                               <Gap>5</Gap>
                       </LinePlacement>
                 </LabelPlacement>
          </TextSymbolizer>
       </Rule>
     </FeatureTypeStyle>
   </UserStyle>
 </NamedLayer>
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Thanks for any help, Chris


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Re: line labeling problem

Chris Holmes-2
The labeling code has gone through a big improvement for 1.3, I'd
recommend you just upgrade to 1.3-rc2, it's looking quite stable these
days.  It also does validation when you upload your sld file, which is
quite useful for making sure that there's not a mistake in your file.

best regards,

Chris

Quoting Christian Sengstock <[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
> i have geoserver 1.2.4 with a postgis datastore. Drawing lines works
> without problems but line labeling just don't work. I use the
> following sld to describe the streets featureType (yellow line shows
> up). There is no error message in the logs and the "name" attribute
> shows up in the sql select string.
>
> Drawing labels from point featuretypes with <PointPlacement = auto>
> works as well.
>
> --------------------------------------------
> <NamedLayer>
>    <Name>STREETS_labeled</Name>
>    <UserStyle>
>      <Name>lineD</Name>
>      <IsDefault>1</IsDefault>
>      <FeatureTypeStyle>
>        <Rule>
>          <Name>all</Name>
>          <Title>all</Title>
>          <LineSymbolizer>
>            <Stroke>
>              <CssParameter name="stroke">#FFFF66</CssParameter>
>              <CssParameter name="stroke-width">6</CssParameter>
>              <CssParameter
> name="stroke-linejoin">round</CssParameter>
>              <CssParameter name="stroke-linecap">round</CssParameter>
>            </Stroke>
>          </LineSymbolizer>
>       <TextSymbolizer>
>              <Label>
>                        <ogc:PropertyName>name</ogc:PropertyName>
>                  </Label>
>                <Font>
>                        <CssParameter
> name="font-family">Serif</CssParameter>
>                        <CssParameter
> name="font-style">normal</CssParameter>
>                        <CssParameter
> name="font-weight">normal</CssParameter>
>                        <CssParameter
> name="font-size">12</CssParameter>
>                        <CssParameter
> name="font-color">#000000</CssParameter>
>                  </Font>
>                  <LabelPlacement>
>                        <LinePlacement>
>
> <PerpendicularOffset>above</PerpendicularOffset>
>                                <LineWidth>2.5</LineWidth>
>                                <Gap>5</Gap>
>                        </LinePlacement>
>                  </LabelPlacement>
>           </TextSymbolizer>
>        </Rule>
>      </FeatureTypeStyle>
>    </UserStyle>
>  </NamedLayer>
> ---------------------------------------------------
>
> Thanks for any help, Chris
>
>
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