Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of MapGuideRfc64


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May 7, 2009 9:16:25 PM (9 years ago)
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  • MapGuideRfc64

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     1= !MapGuide RFC 64 - Enabling strict exception handling for tile generation =
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     3This page contains an change request (RFC) for the !MapGuide Open Source project.
     4More !MapGuide RFCs can be found on the [wiki:MapGuideRfcs RFCs] page.
     5
     6
     7== Status ==
     8
     9||RFC Template Version||(1.0)||
     10||Submission Date||(08.05.2009)||
     11||Last Modified||(UV Wildner) [[Timestamp]]||
     12||Author||(UV Wildner)||
     13||RFC Status||(draft)||
     14||Implementation Status||(discussion needed)||
     15||Proposed Milestone||(2.1)||
     16||Assigned PSC guide(s)||(when determined)||
     17||'''Voting History'''||(vote date)||
     18||+1||||
     19||+0||||
     20||-0||||
     21||-1||||
     22||no vote||||
     23
     24== Overview ==
     25
     26Currently an exception thrown during the stylization code for a tile is caught and ignored.
     27This can lead to partially incomplete tiles which are hard to detect as no error information is passed via the API.
     28Even worse the tile is kept in the tilecache!
     29
     30== Motivation ==
     31
     32Originally, the mapguide server has been designed as an interactive map generation system.
     33For the important use case of rendering tiles and filling the tile cache incomplete tiles are undesirable.
     34in particular keeping the faulty tile in the cache seems the wrong way to go.
     35
     36== Proposed Solution ==
     37
     38A switch in serverconfig.ini should be introduced which can change this behaviour on demand.
     39e.g.
     40HandleRenderingErrors = STRICT
     41
     42which leaves us room for additional ways to deal with this:
     43
     44=== render a tile with an error message could be ===
     45
     46HandleRenderingErrors = SHOW
     47
     48=== default cases ===
     49
     50HandleRenderingErrors = IGNORE
     51
     52HandleRenderingErrors = DEFAULT
     53
     54HandleRenderingErrors =
     55
     56and ommitting the parameter would change nothing
     57
     58However I think letting the tile into the cache should be generally prohibited in an exception situation.
     59
     60== Implications ==
     61
     62NONE
     63
     64== Test Plan ==
     65
     66Render tiles on a low memory virtual machine which causes memory errors and compare TileCache with different settings
     67
     68== Funding/Resources ==
     69
     70
     71== closed Issues ==
     72
     73NONE
     74
     75== open Issues ==
     76
     77Does anyone wants to have faulty tiles in the tile cache?