01-26-2017 02:51 AM
If in M.App Enterprise a BI Smart M.App is created in the projection EPSG:28992, the information on the map is not projected correctly and there is a offset about ~100. With my experience in GIS and Projectionsystems, I'm quite sure this is a datum shirt, with the transformation from WGS84 Datum to Amersfoort (NTv2).
Attached is the screenshot, where the red arrows define where the polygons (building footprints) should be. The background is correct because it is a service from the dutch kadaster.
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01-30-2017 05:59 AM
For your investigantion I attached a shapefile in EPSG:28992 with some building footprints and you find a WMTS service of the Dutch Kadaster here below:
Use the background layer: brtachtergrondkaart
01-31-2017 04:45 AM
I tried your WMTS with your settings in QGIS I can't even connect to the WMTS. In GM Pro I can connect, but for you layer I just see an empty rectangle.
02-01-2017 07:00 AM
In the below link there are 2 how to video's, which demostrates how to add this WMTS in QGIS, and how to use this WMTS in M.App Enterprise. (I create a browser-app with this background)
03-01-2017 04:53 AM
Can you give a status update of this issue? Will this be fixed in the next version? Support of the local coordinate reference system (Rijksdriehoekstelsel) EPSG28992 is important for the M.App Enterprise users in the Netherlands.
Thank you and Best Regards,
04-03-2017 07:53 AM
We finally fixed this issue. M.App Enterprise uses the wrong projection defnition of EPSG28992. Replace the old EPSG28992.json file in both folders below, with the attached EPSG28992.json file. This file uses the NTv2 reprojection parameters.
After replacing the files, clear the browser cache and restart the M.App Enterprise Bi-Wizard (MapEditor).
a month ago
I'm having the same issue with this epsg but in desktop client.
Is it enough to change the epsg file in both folders mentionned?