Hi every body, I'm trying to make a prototype of a map to convince somebody to use uMap rather than ggm. The idea is having a map with layers based on foreing editable csv files stored somewhere on the web. (I have to find a way to sore and edit csv data on the web with multi-editors)

I have found no example of foreign csv based map.

The map is here : https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/fr/map/test-carte-cedre_603898

They are two layers :

The two points appear in École2 (uploaded data) but nothing append in École. I have tryed coma-space and tab separation.

I can see on nextcloud in the file history that the file has been loaded so the link and the call seem good.

A hint ? A way to look forward ? A suggestion ? Thank in advance.

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Sounds like a CORS issue, try to proxy the request (in the remote data options)

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answered 03 May, 19:09

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@ybon : Merci Yohan pour la réponse rapide

I'm a poor webmaster... How do I do that ? On a nexcloud instance that is not on my computer but on a gandi cloud ?

(03 May, 21:42) FrViPofm
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It's on the layer option, uMap side (dans "Données distantes")

(03 May, 21:44) ybon

@ybon : Thanks again !

It works great ! I didn't know this option ( as surely to much options of this great tool that is uMap)

(04 May, 08:46) FrViPofm
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