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I wrote a small gdal python script for this, gdalsetnull.py, a simple command line program to set specified raster value NODATA, without creating a new raster. The easiest route to installing GDAL on windows is via OSGeo4W. Examples: python gdalsetnull.py foobar.tif 0 # pure black is transparent python gdalsetnull.py foobar.tif 0 255 0 # ...


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In concept, you need to figure out what pixel values represent cells with no data and then edit your color table to assign the RED,GREEN,BLUE (RGB) values in the color table to be 255,255,255 for that cell value. If you don't have the appropriate license to do this in Arc, you could use the gdal_translate tool (one of the gdal/ogr commandline tools) ...


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There is a file inside your installation path where you can customize your base layer/s and servers: WEB-INF/config-gui.xml. It contains some instruction about this configuration. You can define base layers for both the mapSearch (the smaller one) and the mapViewer. Here's an example from a working Geonetwork config: <mapSearch options="{ ...


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Geonetwork's default configuration tries to put H2 database files directly in /var/lib/tomcat7, which is not writable by the tomcat user. You need to change this to a location that is writable, and that is persistent (won't get overwritten by a redeployment). A simple solution for this is using the tomcat user's home directory. First, make sure your tomcat ...


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I think you'll get it along with the Java Development kit. Found this on the ArcGIS Resource Center: During ArcSDE client installation, the following files are installed: jsde_sdk.jar - Contains the ArcSDE Client, and Geometry Java API class files. jpe_sdk.jar - Contains the ArcSDE Projection Engine Java API class files. concurrent.jar - ...


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The WMS specification is all about delivering images to the client, not feature (geometry + attribute) data. Although I have not used GeoNetwork in this way before, I do not think there is a simple way for GeoNetwork to get the vector information out of a WMS service. GeoServer also has a WFS service; I believe that if you are to use that service, you may ...


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There are errors that one can get due to several wrong bits. Please refer to the help page Identifying geometric network build errors. Most often these errors have to do something with errors in features' geometry. I would start with: 1) Click Customize > Toolbars > Geometric Network Editing. The Geometric Network Editing toolbar is added to ArcMap. 2) ...


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Actually, the link you found through googling is a bit misleading. I was having this same problem after i installed it. What i did was to replace the "localhost" withing the jetty.xml file with "0.0.0.0". This host parameter does not mean what IP to allow through, it means it will listen on that particular interface IP. So it's not "your IP" really, it's the ...


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Thanks for reply. I didn't know this log file. Really a great help! Here is the solution for my problem: http://myserver:8080/geonetwork/srv/eng/csw?SERVICE=CSW&version=2.0.2 &REQUEST=GetRecords&resultType=results &constraintLanguage=CQL_TEXT&constraint_language_version=1.1.0 &constraint=TempExtent_begin%20>=%20'2014-10-12T00:00:00Z' ...


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If you do not have a URL assign to it, then you need to find out the IP address of the Geonetwork machine and enter http://geonetwork_ip_address:8080 on the remote machine.


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Finally this is being implemented. The 2.7 trunk version of GeoNetwork has this capability. It's called "OGC WFS GetFeature harvesting". You can specify the query on your PostGIS and map those fields to metadata using a template. More info in the Harvesing Documentation: ...


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I've looked into this a lot too, and have come to the conclusion that it's not possible. The only way of doing it seems to be to create wms/wfs services from your postgis data, using geoserver or mapserver (for example) and then harvesting the metadata from these using geonetworks harvesting options. There are still some caveats to using this approach, which ...


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There are Eleven Editors for ISO 19115 http://www.fgdc.gov/metadata/iso-metadata-editor-review 2 Support other Data Storage. Have successful used QR codes to maintain metadata and paper document for a large project - http://code.google.com/apis/chart/image/docs/chart_wizard.html It can be used with a mobile/cell phone without the need on a PC (apart from ...


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You may have an easier time using the FGDC metadata editor which was available at previous releases of ArcGIS Desktop. There is an add-in that will make this possible. Here is a link to ESRI's blog post about the topic: http://goo.gl/TlhdS


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I've had the same issue. I have run sudo apt-get remove grass grass-dev libotb monteverdi which has then allowed me to be able to install and upgrade other software properly. It seems that the reason for the issue is due to two versions of grass being installed.


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It looks like GeoNetwork along with some python can be used for this sort of thing. This post on "Converting FGDC XML metadata records for WMS and WFS services to ISO 19139 via Python and GeoNetwork" should give a start. GeoNetwork did at one time apparently have issues with 10's of thousands of records, but I'd hope they're fixed based by now (that ...


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After some trial and error I have had some success that I'm including here in case any one else runs into this problem. I was able to move the Metadata using two slightly different approaches, I'm sure there are others that would work as well. If you're not familiar you can change the default Metadata Style ArcGIS uses by clicking on the Customize menu, ...


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Working from a WMS/Inspire getcapabilities doc I get: <WMS_Capabilities xmlns:srv="http://schemas.opengis.net/iso/19139/20060504/srv/srv.xsd" xmlns:gmd="http://schemas.opengis.net/iso/19139/20060504/gmd/gmd.xsd" xmlns:gco="http://schemas.opengis.net/iso/19139/20060504/gco/gco.xsd" xmlns:inspire_vs="http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/schemas/inspire_vs/1.0" ...


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You can harvest directly with pycsw: http://geopython.github.io/pycsw-workshop/docs/intro/intro-exercises.html#metadata-harvesting I am not sure if GeoNode has some UI to configure this, you should probably ask on geonode's mailing list directly. Although, depending on what is required, probably installing directly a geonetwork will be better for your ...


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There's a fork of Geonetwork 2.8.0 that has an SDE Metadata harvester. I don't know if it's been merged in, but it was built off of earlier work by a Dutch outfit B3Partners. Here is a post from the mailing list discussing it. And here is the fork off of github. The Geonetwork 3.0 roadmap includes harvester improvements. Geocat (mentioned above) works ...


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You can also try with https://www.geocat.net/bridge/ You can connect ArcGIS to geoNetwork and some free map servers like geoServer. It is very easy and straight forward to use.


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note that the way a layer can be accessed from a dublin core metadata record varies between implementations, in geonetwork usually one adds the layername in the onlineresource name attribute, in previous versions of geoext/gxp this was not well managed, but Bart recently fixed it in this commit, ...


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Examples would be; from http://www.fgdc.gov/metadata/documents/workbook_0501_bmk.pdf: "Identification Title? Area covered? Themes? Currentness? Restrictions? Data Quality Accuracy? Completeness? Logical Consistency? Lineage? Spatial Data Organization Indirect? Vector? Raster? Type of elements? Number? Spatial Reference Projection? Grid system? Datum? ...


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If you download and install http://geonetwork-opensource.org, you've got all the tools you mentioned above in a single package... Also you might want to have a look at http://geonode.org, which also bundles all of these projects, but adds an easy-to-use interface. For sure, both of these projects fit your usecase perfectly


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Yup got the answer. It is cascading service and also it's main advantage, If you don’t manage or have access to the remote WMS, you can now manage its output as if it were local. Even if the remote WMS is not GeoServer, you can use GeoServer features to treat its output (watermarking, decoration, printing, etc). ...


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I (or rather one of my co-workers ) figured out the solution. In the config-gui.xml file, there are entries for http:// localhost :8080/geonetwork/web - changing these to just /geonetwork/web and restarting the server fixed the issue. (I put the additional spaces around localhost so it wouldn't appear as a web address!)


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Some additional info on the matter, you might want to use a WMS harvester to generate metadata from the WMS capabilities document. The geonetwork WMS harvester can create iso19115 metadata for datasets and iso19119 metadata for service. Note that the geoserver guys are working on a CSW implementation within geoserver, which would allow you to harvest from ...


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I don't know for GeoNetwork, but a CSW compliant request should probably look more like the following: http://serverurl/geonetwork/srv/en/csw? REQUEST=GetRecords& SERVICE=CSW& VERSION=2.0.2& namespace=xmlns(csw=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.opengis.net%2Fcat%2Fcsw%2F2.0.2)& OUTPUTSCHEMA=http://www.isotc211.org/2005/gmd& ...


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You'll need to fetch the latest war file and unpack it in the webapps folder. The easiest way is to stop jetty and delete the geoserver directory and then use zip7 (or similar) to unpack the war file (make sure it ends up in a directory called geoserver). If you have not moved the data directory from it's default position you will want to do that first. ...


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I don't need it for the moment but it seems Geonode is a way to get a solution (http://projects.opengeo.org/CAPRA/wiki/CSW_client_implementation_guidelines) I've only heard of this project. If someone have more informations, I will be happy to get them too. Official Geonode website on http://geonode.org/about/



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