[OSM-talk] Newbie Question. Server Response error 400 and requestto check data
Andy_J_Robinson at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Feb 5 16:16:46 GMT 2007
Tim Francis wrote:
>Sent: 05 February 2007 3:36 PM
>To: talk at openstreetmap.org
>Subject: [OSM-talk] Newbie Question. Server Response error 400 and
>requestto check data
>I have two questions:
>1: Why do I get a server Response Code error 400 if I try to download a
>bounded box area drawn around the region I want to edit.
>2: Last week, I uploaded a OSM for Chiang Mai but its not showing on the
>slippy (even after the 48+ hours). Therefore I have no idea if my coding is
>correct, or if its the Thai language markup causing a problem with the tile
>renderer (tagging the road names in Thai is a real giggle, a very strange
>character set which makes life er .... well, interesting ;-) ie,
>¶¹¹ËéÇÂá¡éÇ is pronounced Thanon Hauy Kaew - I'm never going to
>complain about Welsh again).
Great to see you taking on a new area for OSM.
The reason you are not seeing your data in the slippy map is two fold. The
first has been answered in another response if you have only been tagging
segments so I won't go over that again. The second is that the slippy map
uses the weekly planet dump of all the OSM data to build the map. Therefore
you need to wait about 7 to 10 days after you created the data to see it in
the mapnik slippy view. There is however a way to see your efforts sooner
and that is to request a tile rendering for your area from the tiles at home
bunch (from http://dev.openstreetmap.org/~ojw/ ) If you browse that version
of the map there you can click a button at the bottom of the map to have the
area rendered by one of the tiles at home renderers. The button only appears
when you are zoomed in a good way. You then only have to wait till those
tiles get rendered, which is normally just a few hours at most. You can see
the results in the same map browser on dev or you can go back to the main
OSM slippy map and select the "Osmarender" view from the right hand "+"
Hope this helps.
>Could some experienced someone have a look at the one block upload I made
>last week, to see if it's coded correctly (only 4 streets).
>D/L osm =
>Hopefully, I'll then know where the problem/s if any might be.
>My thanks in advance.
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