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Usually you draw a second layer over the top of the map with a different style and a filter that makes your selection specified in the CQL filter that goes with the selection layer.


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For GeoServer 2.8.x you can use compositing to achieve a "inner stroke" effect, see here: http://docs.geoserver.org/2.8.x/en/user/styling/sld-extensions/composite-blend/example.html


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That depends on the authentication filters setup in your GeoServer instance: http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/security/auth/index.html If you have it configured as out of the box, you can add HTTP basic authentication headers: https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication Of course, best use that only along with SSL encryption to ...


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I already found an answer myself: I had to use x-www-form-urlencoded key-value data.


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I got the same problem, and try several hours to uninstall and reinstall my geoserver. Later on I found this geoserver Web archive: http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/installation/war.html. I follow the instruction and everything works out. Good luck!!


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You can use <PerpendicularOffset>5</PerpendicularOffset> A positive value places the offset line on the left of the line. In the example above the offset is 5 pixels. You can then specify the line thickness, so if you want an inner line 10 pixels wide and touching the perimeter, I would try setting the offset to 5 and the line thickness to 10. ...


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I don't believe it's doable out of the box given than your shapefile still contains all the styling bits as a JSON string inside an attribute. Either find a way to split them into separate columns with a further conversion, and then you'll be able to follow Ian's advice, or write a new filter function that can parse JSON and extract properties out of it, ...



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