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   <​description>​© OpenStreetMap</​description>​   <​description>​© OpenStreetMap</​description>​
  
-  <source id="MAP01">+  <source id="MAP_UID">
     <​name>​Standard Mapnik</​name>​     <​name>​Standard Mapnik</​name>​
     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​
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 Note that the application will recognize the ''​**{$x}**'',​ ''​**{$y}**''​ and ''​**{$z}**''​ variable and replace them with correct values. Note that the application will recognize the ''​**{$x}**'',​ ''​**{$y}**''​ and ''​**{$z}**''​ variable and replace them with correct values.
  
-The source ''"​**id**"''​ field must be unique in the file, and contains ​only characters and numbers. It is used internally by the application to identify the data storage of the map.+The source ''"​**id**"''​ field must be unique in the file, and should ​only contain ​characters and numbers. It is used internally by the application to identify the data storage of the map.
  
 \\ \\
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   <​description>​© OpenStreetMap</​description>​   <​description>​© OpenStreetMap</​description>​
  
-  <source id="MAP01" type="​topo">​+  <source id="MAP_UID" type="​topo">​
   ​   ​
     <​name>​Standard Mapnik</​name>​     <​name>​Standard Mapnik</​name>​
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 </​aqx>​ </​aqx>​
 </​file>​ </​file>​
 +
 +The optional ''"​**type**"''​ attribute allows to define the type of the map. If no preview is available, the application will use common preview based on the map type. Can be one of ''"​**roads**"'',​ ''"​**topo**"'',​ ''"​**satellite**"'',​ ''"​**hybrid**"'',​ ''"​**nautical**"'',​ ''"​**aeronautical**"'',​ ''"​**historical**"'',​ ''"​**hillshade**"'',​ ''"​**contours**"''​.
  
 An ''​**<​outline>​**''​ tag (pairs of longitudes/​latitudes,​ space separated) can be used to define the area covered by the map. When the map is selected while another area is displayed, the application will ask the user if he wants to move the map over the covered area. An ''​**<​outline>​**''​ tag (pairs of longitudes/​latitudes,​ space separated) can be used to define the area covered by the map. When the map is selected while another area is displayed, the application will ask the user if he wants to move the map over the covered area.
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 The ''​**<​update-delay>​**''​ tag indicates after how many time the stored map data should be updated if it's used again. The default is ''​**None**'',​ meaning the application will never try to update the stored data. Must end with ''​**D**''​ (number of days), ''​**W**''​ (weeks), ''​**M**''​ (months) or ''​**Y**''​ (years). For example, ''​**3M**''​ means 3 months. Use ''​**0D**''​ to force the application to update the data on each display. The ''​**<​update-delay>​**''​ tag indicates after how many time the stored map data should be updated if it's used again. The default is ''​**None**'',​ meaning the application will never try to update the stored data. Must end with ''​**D**''​ (number of days), ''​**W**''​ (weeks), ''​**M**''​ (months) or ''​**Y**''​ (years). For example, ''​**3M**''​ means 3 months. Use ''​**0D**''​ to force the application to update the data on each display.
  
-The optional ''"​**type**"''​ attribute allows to define ​the type of the map. If no preview is available, ​the application will use common preview based on the map type. Can be one of ''​"**roads**"''​''​"**topo**"''​''​"**satellite**"''​''​"**hybrid**"''​''​"**nautical**"'',​ ''"​**aeronautical**"'',​ ''"​**historical**"'',​ ''"​**hillshade**"'',​ ''"​**contours**"​''​.+You can limit the number ​of threads used to download ​the map using the ''​**<​max-threads>​**'' ​tag. The default and maximum value is ''​**3**''​
 + 
 +The ''​**<​key-url>​**'' ​tag can be used to provide a link to the key (legend) of the map. The map key is available from the menu of a map. 
 + 
 +The ''​**<​user-agent>​**'' ​and ''​**<​referer>​**'' ​tags allow you to specify what is sent in the HTTP get headers when contacting the map server. 
 + 
 +\\
  
-==== Map layer ====+===== Map layer =====
 \\ \\
 The difference between regular maps and map layers is that a map layer is added over the current map when being selected. This is usually used for maps having a transparent background. Here is how to define a map layer: The difference between regular maps and map layers is that a map layer is added over the current map when being selected. This is usually used for maps having a transparent background. Here is how to define a map layer:
  
 <code xml> <code xml>
-  <source id="LAYER01" layer="​true"​ opacity="​50">​+  <source id="MAP_UID" layer="​true"​ opacity="​50">​
     <​name>​Map Layer Example</​name>​     <​name>​Map Layer Example</​name>​
     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​
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 <code xml> <code xml>
-  <source id="MAP02">+  <source id="MAP_UID">
     <​name>​Quadtree Map Example</​name>​     <​name>​Quadtree Map Example</​name>​
     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​
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 \\ \\
  
-===== Custom variables ​=====+===== Force a particular map projection ​=====
 \\ \\
-In addition to the variables provided by default, ​you can create your own variables defined by mathematical expressions:+By default, ​the application uses the "WGS 84 / Pseudo-Mercator"​ (EPSG:3857) map projection. You can force a different map projection using the ''​**<​projection-code>​**''​ tag:
  
 <code xml> <code xml>
-  <source id="MAP03">​ +  <source id="MAP_UID_1">​ 
-    <​name>​Custom Variables Map Example</​name>​ +    <​name>​KKJ/4 Projection</​name>​ 
-    <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​ +    <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17"> ​    
-      <expression set="​my_variable"​ type="​int"​>iif( z>10, x*y, x+y )</expression+      <projection-code>EPSG:2394</projection-code
-      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​map.example.com/​tiles/​{$my_variable}.png]]></​server>​+      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​map.example.com/​tiles/​{$z}/{$x}/{$y}]]></​server>​
     </​zoom-levels>​     </​zoom-levels>​
   </​source>​   </​source>​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-The ''"​**set**"''​ attribute defines the name of the custom variable, the ''"​**type**"''​ attribute tells how to display ​the variable (either ''"​**int**"'',​ ''"​**long**"''​''"​**float**"''​ or ''"​**double**"''​).+In case you want to use map projection which is not known by the applicationyou can import its WKT definition:
  
-Most common functions and operators can be usedfor example ''​"**abs(x)**"''​''​"**sqrt(x)**"''​''​"**hypot(x,y)**"''​''​"**cos(x)**"''​''​"**charat(str,index)**"''​''​"**replace(str,target,replace)**"''​''​"**deg_to_rad(x)**"''​''​"**dist_eucl(x1,y1,x2,y2)**"''​''​"**md5(str)**"''​''​"**rand_uni()**"''​''​"**quadtree(x,y,z)**"''​etc.+<code xml> 
 +  <​import-ogc-wkt-def code="​MY_2394_DEF">​PROJCS["​KKJ / Finland zone 4",GEOGCS["KKJ",DATUM["Kartastokoordinaattijarjestelma_1966",SPHEROID["​International 1924",6378388,​297,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​7022"]],AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​6123"​]],PRIMEM["​Greenwich",0,AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​8901"]],UNIT["​degree",0.01745329251994328,AUTHORITY["​EPSG"​,"9122"​]],AUTHORITY["EPSG","​4123"]],UNIT["​metre",1,AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​9001"​]],​PROJECTION["​Transverse_Mercator"​],​PARAMETER["​latitude_of_origin",​0],​PARAMETER["​central_meridian",​30],​PARAMETER["​scale_factor",​1],​PARAMETER["​false_easting",​4500000],​PARAMETER["​false_northing",​0],​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​2394"​],​AXIS["​Y",​EAST],​AXIS["​X",​NORTH]]</​import-ogc-wkt-def>​ 
 +  <source id="​MAP_UID_2">​ 
 +    <​name>​KKJ/​4 Projection</​name>​ 
 +    <​zoom-levels ​z="3,5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17"> ​    
 +      <​projection-code>​MY_2394_DEF</​projection-code>​ 
 +      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​map.example.com/​tiles/​{$z}/​{$x}/​{$y}]]></​server>​ 
 +    </​zoom-levels>​ 
 +  </​source>​ 
 +</​code>​
  
 \\ \\
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 <code xml> <code xml>
-  <source id="MAP04">+  <source id="MAP_UID">
     <​name>​WMS Map Example</​name>​     <​name>​WMS Map Example</​name>​
     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​     <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​
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   <​import-ogc-wkt-def code="​EPSG:​4218">​GEOGCS["​Bogota 1975",​DATUM["​Bogota_1975",​SPHEROID["​International 1924",​6378388,​297,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​7022"​]],​TOWGS84[307,​304,​-318,​0,​0,​0,​0],​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​6218"​]],​PRIMEM["​Greenwich",​0,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​8901"​]],​UNIT["​degree",​0.01745329251994328,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​9122"​]],​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​4218"​]]</​import-ogc-wkt-def>​   <​import-ogc-wkt-def code="​EPSG:​4218">​GEOGCS["​Bogota 1975",​DATUM["​Bogota_1975",​SPHEROID["​International 1924",​6378388,​297,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​7022"​]],​TOWGS84[307,​304,​-318,​0,​0,​0,​0],​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​6218"​]],​PRIMEM["​Greenwich",​0,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​8901"​]],​UNIT["​degree",​0.01745329251994328,​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​9122"​]],​AUTHORITY["​EPSG","​4218"​]]</​import-ogc-wkt-def>​
  
-  <source id="MAP05">+  <source id="MAP_UID">
     <​name>​WMTS Map Example</​name>​     <​name>​WMTS Map Example</​name>​
     ​     ​
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 ===== Advanced features ===== ===== Advanced features =====
  
-==== How to make a color or a color range transparent====+==== Custom variables ==== 
 +\\ 
 +In addition ​to the variables provided by default, you can create your own variables defined by mathematical expressions:​ 
 + 
 +<code xml> 
 +  <source id="​MAP_UID">​ 
 +    <​name>​Custom Variables Map Example</​name>​ 
 +    <​zoom-levels z="​3,​5,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15,​16,​17">​ 
 +      <​expression set="​my_variable"​ type="​int">​iif( z>10, x*y, x+y )</​expression>​ 
 +      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​map.example.com/​tiles/​{$my_variable}.png]]></​server>​ 
 +    </​zoom-levels>​ 
 +  </​source>​ 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +The ''"​**set**"''​ attribute defines the name of the custom variable, the ''"​**type**"''​ attribute tells how to display the variable (either ''"​**int**"'',​ ''"​**long**"'',​ ''"​**float**"''​ or ''"​**double**"''​). 
 + 
 +Most common functions and operators can be used, for example ''"​**abs(x)**"'',​ ''"​**sqrt(x)**"'',​ ''"​**hypot(x,​y)**"'',​ ''"​**cos(x)**"'',​ ''"​**charat(str,​index)**"'',​ ''"​**replace(str,​target,​replace)**"'',​ ''"​**deg_to_rad(x)**"'',​ ''"​**dist_eucl(x1,​y1,​x2,​y2)**"'',​ ''"​**md5(str)**"'',​ ''"​**rand_uni()**"'',​ ''"​**quadtree(x,​y,​z)**"'',​ etc. 
 + 
 +[[en:​help:​v2:​maps:​on-demand-create#​inline_expressions|See here for more details on available operators and functions.]] 
 + 
 +\\ 
 + 
 +==== Global parameters ==== 
 +\\ 
 +You can declare parameters at the file level, which may be useful to store a key or a token that is used in multiple places within the file. 
 + 
 +<code xml> 
 +<?xml version="​1.0"​ encoding="​utf-8"​ ?> 
 +<aqx version="​9">​ 
 + 
 +  <​name>​Test global parameter</​name>​ 
 + 
 +  <param name="​key">​8451-5814-5311</​param>​ 
 + 
 +  <source id="​MAP_UID_1">​ 
 +    <​name>​Map 1</​name>​ 
 +    <​zoom-levels z="​5,​6,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15">​ 
 +      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​example.server.com/​style1/​{$z}/​{$x}/​{$y}?​token={$param:​key}]]></​server>​ 
 +    </​zoom-levels>​ 
 +  </​source>​ 
 + 
 +  <source id="​MAP_UID_2">​ 
 +    <​name>​Map 2</​name>​ 
 +    <​zoom-levels z="​5,​6,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12,​13,​14,​15">​ 
 +      <​server><​![CDATA[https://​example.server.com/​style2/​{$z}/​{$x}/​{$y}?​token={$param:​key}]]></​server>​ 
 +    </​zoom-levels>​ 
 +  </​source>​ 
 + 
 +</​aqx>​ 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +\\ 
 + 
 +==== Make a color or a color range transparent ====
 \\ \\
 You can make a color become transparent (erase the color) of any map. Just specify the RGB values of the color: You can make a color become transparent (erase the color) of any map. Just specify the RGB values of the color:
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 \\ \\
  
- +==== Send cookies or headers to the map server ====
-==== How to send cookies or headers to the map server====+
 \\ \\
 You can send headers using the ''​**<​header>​**''"​ tag and cookies using the ''​**<​cookies>​**''​ tag, as shown in the example below: You can send headers using the ''​**<​header>​**''"​ tag and cookies using the ''​**<​cookies>​**''​ tag, as shown in the example below:
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 === List of operators === === List of operators ===
-\\+
 ^ Operator ​ ^ Note  ^ ^ Operator ​ ^ Note  ^
 |  ''​**+**'' ​ | Additive operator (also used for string concatenation). ​ | |  ''​**+**'' ​ | Additive operator (also used for string concatenation). ​ |
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 <​sup>​1. Available from AQ 2.2.8c</​sup>​ <​sup>​1. Available from AQ 2.2.8c</​sup>​
  
-\\ 
  
 === List of variables === === List of variables ===
-\\+
 ^ Variable ​ ^ Note  ^ ^ Variable ​ ^ Note  ^
 |  ''​**c**'' ​ | The speed of light in vacuum. ​ | |  ''​**c**'' ​ | The speed of light in vacuum. ​ |
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 |  ''​**q**'' ​ | The elementary charge. ​ | |  ''​**q**'' ​ | The elementary charge. ​ |
  
-\\ 
  
 === List of common functions === === List of common functions ===
-\\+
 ^ Function ​ ^ Return type  ^ Note  ^ ^ Function ​ ^ Return type  ^ Note  ^
 | ''​**abs**(double)'' ​ | ''​double'' ​ | Returns the absolute value of a double value. ​ | | ''​**abs**(double)'' ​ | ''​double'' ​ | Returns the absolute value of a double value. ​ |
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 <​sup>​1. Available from AQ 2.2.8c</​sup>​ <​sup>​1. Available from AQ 2.2.8c</​sup>​
  
-\\ 
  
 === List of specialized functions === === List of specialized functions ===
-\\+
 ^ Function ​ ^ Return type  ^ Note  ^ ^ Function ​ ^ Return type  ^ Note  ^
 | ''​**deg_to_rad**(double)'' ​ | ''​double'' ​ | Converts from degrees to radians. ​ | | ''​**deg_to_rad**(double)'' ​ | ''​double'' ​ | Converts from degrees to radians. ​ |

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