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Well, I think I figured out my problem. In case it is useful for someone else. Everytime a new dependency is added, the application will need to be restarted to see the changes. In the terminal, type CTRL+C to stop the SDK and then run the debug command again.
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 ...
In reply to user21947's comment asking "Would you mind showing me which post...": johanvdw meant that the tags you added to your gis.stackexchange post themselves illustrate a many-to-many relationship. You post is linked to any other post with any matching tag.
Here are some old discussion about this topic that may help you out: http://lists.mapfish.org/pipermail/users/2010-June/002802.html https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/geoalchemy/1QGUq-XgFWo The first one is about MapFish, and it seems that it's not been done yet. The second one is about GeoAlchemy (related to SQLalchemy), but not sure if it can be ...
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 ...
Also check out the "Import Data" option, available from the main menu. It allows you to batch import files from a directory. http://suite.opengeo.org/docs/3.1/dataadmin/importer/index.html
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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