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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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I think so, but I would check this guide for more information: http://geoserver.geo-solutions.it/edu/en/clustering/load_balancing/microsoft_IIS.html Personal note, expose them on port 80 rather than 8080. Many close environmente won't let people access a link with port different from 80. Simone.


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You cannot have different tomcats listening to the same port. Said that, it is good to have separated tomcats for big java apps, just because if one of them have problems like running out of memory, you can restart that app without having to bother the other app. Running out of memory is common for certain use cases on geoServer. So, it really depends on ...


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Sometimes this error can be overcome by restarting the service


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Theres a "kind of" API (read: some features are available through HTTP requests) described at http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/developer/xml_services/index.html . From that document: Url: http://localhost:8080/geonetwork/srv/eng/xml.search Mime-type: application/xml Post request:s <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> ...


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The default database is h2 just because it is easier to deploy. But it can be changed on the configuration file: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/users/admin/advanced-configuration/index.html For the geographic data, geoNetwork uses two approaches: one is to use shapefiles and the other one is to use postGIS. So, it doesn't matter if you ...


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The problem is not related to the version of tomcat but to new changes in geoNetwork that don't expect geoNetwork to be the ROOT application. I'm not sure if there is an issue already opened, but if not, you can open it. The fast solution will be to place geoNetwork not on the ROOT app. As tomcat wants to work on port 8080, I usually use an apache2 ...


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Brad noted in the comments that this issue might be related to the Shortcut sections in the install XML. Since the install XML must be generated in a desktop environment, this particular file included the directives to create shortcuts and menus to GeoNetwork in the graphical desktop interface. As it happens, in a command line install these directives go ...


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If I understood this right, you are looking for something like this: https://github.com/geonetwork/schema-plugins


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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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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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