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I am thinking about the same questions at the moment. We are looking into securing a WFS-T for a government contract. Depending on your setup you may send the request from your client to a custom service using XACML which checks the current user and then either rejects or forwards the AJAX call to Geoserver. There is probably a lot of work involved to get ...


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I've recently setup an elevation lookup service using https://github.com/perliedman/elevation-service. My use case is significantly different than yours, a few requests for lots of points vs lots of requests for a few points: the incoming requests a GeoJSON LineString features with a few thousand points. I currently have it deployed on a single t2.micro ec2 ...


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Let's start with some assumptions: You really need 5000 web requests per second, and It would be possible to service those requests in only 5 seconds, and The queries could be serviced by exactly one CPU core, and Each core only needs 4GB of RAM, and The optimal core to CPU chassis distribution is 32, and Each CPU chasis has enough SSD disk to service all ...


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This has been partially answered in: Remove username and password from saved arcgis layer (.lyr) files?, Changing workspace path of query layer using ArcPy? and Is it possible to set data source of ArcMap MXD via replica MXD on remote server?, but I want to make it exceedingly clear here. Non-Solution: You might be thinking: Ahh..Just go back into the ...


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It apears QGIS is looking for atleast one integer value in the data. The solution consists of creating a view based on the original table including an extra col: ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY [Outlet Code] DESC) AS Row This view can than be added in QGIS using the method described earlier. It might be interesting to know how one could tell QGIS that this ...


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The statemnet GeoMedia .mdf is not really correct. The only propriatary format geomedia writes to is an Access Database, like the Personal Geodatabase from ArcGIS. The.mdf is an SQL Server / Express data file. GeoMedia makes use of the Spatial capabilities of SQL Server / Express to store data. The .ldf records the log files so you do not really need this ...


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CartoDB doesn't support direct connections to user databases, so you'd need to use our SQL API in order to connect both: http://docs.cartodb.com/cartodb-platform/sql-api.html



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