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ifl [2011/12/24 13:07]
sluka
ifl [2013/07/21 10:15]
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 | UTM 33N | 32633 | | UTM 33N | 32633 |
 | NZ Map Grid 1949 | 27200| | NZ Map Grid 1949 | 27200|
-| NZ Transverse ​Mercanter ​2000 | 2193|+| NZ Transverse ​Mercator ​2000 | 2193|
  
 The last two digits at the UTM code define the zone.  The last two digits at the UTM code define the zone. 
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 The supported data formats are listed after the Tag **<​GetMap>​**. I will use the format **JPEG**. The line //<​SRS>​EPSG:​31468</​SRS>//​ tells us that the server provides the data in the correct coordinate system. When you look further through the file you'll notice the names of the layers. Interesting is the layer **DOP** which is the Digital Ortho Photo and the layer **TK50**, a topographic map in the scale 1:50000. We can access a map by the following url (any web browser can be used): The supported data formats are listed after the Tag **<​GetMap>​**. I will use the format **JPEG**. The line //<​SRS>​EPSG:​31468</​SRS>//​ tells us that the server provides the data in the correct coordinate system. When you look further through the file you'll notice the names of the layers. Interesting is the layer **DOP** which is the Digital Ortho Photo and the layer **TK50**, a topographic map in the scale 1:50000. We can access a map by the following url (any web browser can be used):
  
-[[http://deutschlandviewer.bayern.de/​ogc/​getogc.cgi?​request=getmap&​VERSION=1.1.1&​ +[[http://www.geodaten.bayern.de/​ogc/​getogc.cgi?​request=getmap&​VERSION=1.1.1&​REQUEST=GetMap&​SERVICE=WMS&​LAYERS=TK50&​SRS=EPSG:​31468&​BBOX=4549000,​5279000,​4556980,​5286980&​WIDTH=1995&​HEIGHT=1995&​FORMAT=image/​jpeg]]
-REQUEST=GetMap&​SERVICE=WMS&​LAYERS=TK50&​SRS=EPSG:​31468&​BBOX=4549000,​5279000,​4556980,​5286980&​ +
-WIDTH=1995&​HEIGHT=1995&​FORMAT=image/​jpeg]]+
  
   * **REQUEST=GetMap** request is a map   * **REQUEST=GetMap** request is a map
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