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You should replace : myquery = PropertyIsEqualTo('csw:AnyText', 'été') with: myquery = PropertyIsEqualTo('csw:AnyText', u'été') The prefix indicates a unicode string : 3.1.3. Unicode Strings


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You did right changes in CatControllers.js, but you need to delete these files for changes to be visible: -wro4j-cache.h2.db -wro4j-cache.lock.db -wro4j-cache.lock.db


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I am not sure I understand your question. Are you talking about externalizing the data directory? Then you can use the same configuration as in 2.10.x. (The documentation for 3.0.x is not finished for that) http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/2.10.4/eng/users/admin/advanced-configuration/index.html?highlight=data%20directory#geonetwork-data-directory ...


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On the settings (geonetwork/portal/eng/admin.console#/settings/system) you can find a json string that defines the map on Map -> Configuration for maps If that is not enough for you, you can modify the javascript files directly: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/users/customizing-application/search-ui/configdefault.html#viewer-settings


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You need to change config-viewer.xml file. You can also change default zoom and position of loaded map. For example mine for testing looks like that, but WMS is a little weird. When I change base layer it disappear from background layers. <ows-context:OWSContext xmlns:ows-context="http://www.opengis.net/ows-context" ...


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If you enter the administration console, you will find a field where you can define the base layers (and projection and all the init configuration) of the map. More information on the GeoNetwork documentation: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/users/customizing-application/search-ui/configdefault.html


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That's for the old UIs. Now you can configure it on the settings, editing the context as a string. More information on the GeoNetwork documentation: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/users/customizing-application/search-ui/configdefault.html


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The API is almost the same as in version 2. You can use the following one: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/2.10.4/eng/developer/xml_services/user_xml_services.html#create-a-user-xml-user-update The xml.user.update service can be used to create new users, update user information and reset user password, depending on the value of the ...


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Ciao, -XX:MaxPermSize=2048m is way too much IMHO. I mean, if you have 4GB of RAM available you already have the OS, PostgreSQL then the Tomcat process for Tomcat with a max heap of 2GB. If account also for native memory use by the java process for Tomcat and then you put also 2GB for PermGen then you might soon be swapping! I believe 1GB heap is more than ...


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I think I got it work now. This was pretty easy actually. I had to restart tomcat by using /bin/shutdown.sh and startup.sh instead of service tomcat7 restart. After deploying geonetwork.war from scratch, my geonetwork UI was reset and database was filled with tables, so I guess that's it.


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That's weird, you have the same environment as me and I can do it. Did you install the jdk version of Java or only the jre? Try javac -version to check it. Check also with this steps: https://www.geocat.net/how-to-compile-and-run-geonetwork/ UPDATE: As stated in this issue you should use Maven 3 ...


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This is a file right issue. H2 cannot create the lock file in the specified folder. You have to specify a file for the database stored in a folder that does not require administrator rights. "C:\Program Files\NetBeans 8.0.2\" is usually protected by windows. Solution, specify an url relative to user folder: jdbc:h2:~/test See ...


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I'm not sure if there is any error here. Dublin core is a minimal set of metadata. It is essentially the core of metadata that any record needs to have, to be useful. The below example is a fairly complete Dublin core metadata record: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <csw:GetRecordByIdResponse ...



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