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Solution: Explicitly set the correct srsName gmlPolygon.getValue().setSrsName("EPSG:4326"); I also had to add srsDimension to the points since they had x, y, z: <ns1:pos srsDimension="3">32.23435 -110.34544 90.2</ns1:pos>
There is no way to specify in the ZCFG that you want to use both cases. With the WPSClient you are using now, you should have a file in your /tmp/ directory containing the request sent to your server. You should have a look at it and see what is its content. It should contain a full GML Feature Collection containing a single feature. Nevertheless, your ...
I suppose that it comes from the fact that your inputs are not real GML Feature data but part of it, you use only the geometry node. If you change your code to treat both cases (or you change your request to use the GML Feature) then you will succeed in running your service from both QGIS WPS client and from your browser. In case it is of any help, we have ...
It would help a lot to mention where to get the test suite https://github.com/opengeospatial/ets-wcs20 and which exact test you run, and also study the test suite and try to analyze what is probably happening. I did some fast research. Failure message is referring to GML Coverage format. By WCS 2.0 core standard WCS 2.0 servers are not required to ...
From the capabilities request the service supports versions 1.0 and 1.1 so simply request a lower WFS version and GML and use the GeoServer WPS as you want to.
This how PyWPS (versions 3 and 4) deals with this kind of request: Uses the service URL passed as argument to fetch whatever data is served. Creates a file in the disk with whatever data was retrieved. Provides your process with a pointer to the file. In case the data retrieved is GML 3.2, you then need something to help you read it. For that you have ...
As a comment to an answer by @bugmenot a quotation from GML-SF document http://portal.opengeospatial.org/files/?artifact_id=11266, GML is more than simple features. In both GML and previous Simple Features (SF) specifications for OGC, such as Simple Features for SQL (SF-SQL) , features are considered to be objects which can have geometry and ...
GML is built on the Simple Feature geometry model. The SFM says that a self-intersecting polygon is not "simple" and thus not valid. So I would say no, GML does not allow that.
Aristoteles 3D (requires Java) is working on current versions of Ubuntu. (also indicated in OP's comment)
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