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OpenGeo Suite 4 no longer creates a default database or user account. You can create these using the following steps: Run sudo su postgres -c psql to connect to the database. At the psql prompt enter CREATE ROLE opengeo PASSWORD 'opengeo' SUPERUSER CREATEDB CREATEROLE INHERIT LOGIN; to create the opengeo user with the password opengeo. Now quit psql with ...


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While there is no direct support for S3 you could use something like s3fs to build a file system on top of s3 and store your data there. However depending on the type of data you are serving most likely the performance won't be acceptable and you'll be better off using EBS. Also Amazon just added PostgreSQL/PostGIS support for RDS which is a great option ...


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This is a known issue with Mavericks, introduced by a security feature that disallows applescript to run. We're looking into it but for now the workaround is to: Install the CLI tools package Put /usr/local/opengeo/bin on the PATH Run psql from the terminal manually


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There are several options here: use GeoServer's REST API to upload the SLD you create and then reference it in the WMS request (as a named style), this is what GXP does (try and edit a style with GeoExplorer and see what XHR traffic goes on) see for instance: https://github.com/boundlessgeo/gxp/blob/master/src/script/plugins/GeoServerStyleWriter.js if your ...


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Ok. With some searching I figured how to solve the problem. Hope it helps others as well! First I downloaded the Microsoft Web Platform Installer and run it on my server. then I navigated to the Products tab and selected the Frameworks tab on the left side. From the list I found and Checked the PHP option. Then clicked Install! Easy as it sounds! Thanks to ...


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THis is a hard question to answer because it really depends on a lot of factors. What do you think the load on your app is going be? How much data are you serving? What formats are you? Is it doing more image/map serving or feature serving? The list goes on. A very modest setup would consist of a single server (ideally linux) with at least 2G-4G of ram. ...


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You cannot upload a shapefile which resides on your own computer, into a remote GeoServer, no matter you use GeoServer Layer Importer or by adding a Vector Data Source (such as a ShapeFile or a Directory of Spatial Files). The shapefile must to reside in the data directory, on the GeoServer machine or on an accessible storage unit. Therefore, you need to ...


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A gxp.Viewer has a map config option, in which you can provide the controls array for the map to use. By default this is populated with the following controls: https://github.com/boundlessgeo/gxp/blob/master/src/script/widgets/Viewer.js#L485:L491 So copy that list, add new OpenLayers.Control.MousePosition() and make sure you add the dependency at the top ...


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There is a good example on how to implement a many-to many relationship just below your question: your post has different tags, which all relate to different posts. In a database you would implement this with a table which has the id's of posts and labels. Implementing this in GIS is not really different. You can easily display maps of all solutions or ...


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So you have created a store using the Directroy of spatial files (shapefiles) option? I don't think there is a possibility in geoserver to publish all files from that store at once. All layers need to be created separately. This is to give you the possibility to enter the correct bounding boxes, styles, etc...


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Looks like a conflict in gdal versions used by opengeo packages vs the qgis packages. I am going to file an issue for this to try and address for the next version of the opengeo packages. If you don't require postgis as part of the installation you can install the opengeo-geoserver package directly. This won't install the version of gdal that conflicts with ...



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