Lat/Long from WCS

Feb 23, 2010 at 10:35 PM

I am new to SharpMap and am a bit confused about thw WCS system it uses internally. Is there a way to convert WCS to standard Lat/Long because while my .shp files load just fine into SharpMap, I want to place markers using Lat/Long data in an XML file. Is there a way for me to convert between these two systems easily? I can't find any info online.

Feb 24, 2010 at 9:35 AM

Hi smarinel, the map uses the SRS of the base (first added) layer.
If you are then adding data from the xml file you then need to construct a transform from whatever CRS the data is in to the CRS of the map/base layer.


hth jd

Mar 4, 2010 at 1:48 AM

Hi There,

I have a very simliar request.  My co-ordinates are in a shape file with the following in its .prj file PROJCS["GD_1949_New_Zealand_Map_Grid",GEOGCS["GCS_New_Zealand_1949",DATUM["D_New_Zealand_1949",SPHEROID["International_1924",6378388,297]],PRIMEM["Greenwich",0],



ATM when I add the layer in it displays the co-ordinates in UTM I wish to convert these to latitude and longtitude such that they can be used in bing maps API.  While I understand that I have to create a representation of the target WKT format I want to transform to no idea about what this should look like can you please help me out?