GeoServer is set to the local server timezone, but I need to have it use UTC. I believe that to make this happen I need to set the Java's user.timezone variable. My understanding is that if ...
There's a remote WMS service (not running on port 80) that can be accessed from a machine - it's getCap URL can be reached by a browser. When attempting to add this WMS source in a Geoexplorer ...
My Understanding is that Geoserver can be run in the default Jetty Environment or in Tomcat on Windows Server 2008 R2 GeoWebCache uses Tomcat as its container in its installation instructions. Which ...
Is it better to have Jetty or Apache as a Webserver for GIS stack?
I want to add an Access-Control-Allow-Origin:* to the response from GeoServer because I need to download images from another domain. Instand of build a proxy, I prefer to use Cross Origin Filter of ...
I have been reading this article about putting Geoserver into a production environment. Section "4.1 Java Virtual Machine" is confusing me a bit. This section mentions that in a production ...