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Try this: curl -v -u admin:geoserver -XDELETE http://localhost:8080/geoserver/rest/my_ws/coveragestores/my_cover?recurse=true You have a space between -X and DELETE Example can be seen at the REST API Docs curl -v -u admin:geoserver -XDELETE ...


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Whenever you activate tile caching for a layer or layer group in Geoserver, GeoWebCache will start to cache all requested tiles. As you know you can speed things up for your early users by pre-seeding all important mapsets, zoom levels or areas. But if you change the tiled layer's basic structure (e.g. by modifying the gridset) or layout (e.g. by switching ...


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I have figured it out by tracing the various shortcuts in Lubuntu. Basically, it involves creating a init script in /etc/init.d as listed in the bottom, which starts tomcat and call the content of the osgeo geoserver start script. Note: restarting tomcat is not good enough as I had thought. After that do: update-rc.d myscript defaults 99 01 Init script: ...


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One possibility would be to make GeoServer to move the layer. You should make your OpenLayers application to use a tailored SLD or SLD_BODY for that layer and SLD should use the vendor parameter "offset". See the "Shadow" example in http://docs.geoserver.org/stable/en/user/styling/sld-extensions/geometry-transformations.html


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You dont need geoserver or mapserver to serve the tiles. Put them on a webserver and access them with OpenLayers.Layer.GeoWebCache


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Geoserver labels polygons,by default at the determined centroid of the polygon. You can try the Geoserver Extension PolygonAlign to allow Geoserver to try different orientations for the label to get it to fit .. GeoServer normally tries to place labels horizontally within a polygon, and gives up if the label position is busy or if the label does not fit ...


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Sure you can. Its as easy as loading the map. See this example: http://dev.openlayers.org/examples/osm-google.html Code: (Place this after the OpenLayers map) var gmap = new OpenLayers.Layer.Google("Google Streets"); map.addLayer(gmap); and load the folowing javascript: <script ...


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OpenLayers 3 is not just an updated version of OpenLayers 2. It is a total rewrite and uses a totally different set of values (e.g. the OpenLayers object is called ol). If you want to use it with GeoServer, you have to rewrite your JavaScript code to work with OpenLayers 3. You can find examples and API reference on the official page. The main discomfort in ...


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If you have already created the layers in QGIS and you want to publish them using the same style, I think you should go with QGIS Web Client. Related to the new points, everytime the user load the WebGIS application, a new request will be made to the database and so the information will be always updated.



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