[CITE-Forum] Query on WMS 1.3.0 GetFeatureInfoResponse

Sebastian Goerke goerke at lat-lon.de
Thu Feb 6 03:44:06 EST 2014

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I do not get your complete question. There is no mandatory
specification for GetFeatureInfo responses. Following this, I can just
answer, yes, you are free to implement such a feature to fetch such
layer information.

Best regards

Sebastian Goerke

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Am 06.02.2014 07:42, schrieb Meenakshi Gupta:
> Hi All, In WMS 1.3.0, in response of GetFeatureInfo operation does
> Layer Name appear in the response. If it doesn't appear in the
> response then how to fetch the no of layers and their names. Is it
> possible to fetch the above layer information?
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