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Once you understand how to build the CQL query (web search on this should show you many examples), and since you have opengeo suite installed I would recommend using GeoExplorer as the client viewer to allow users to set their own filters or CQL filters. Load layer you want user to query to GeoExplorer Publish map and provide user with map url The query ...
When you preview the app in your browser check the URL (file://), copy it ,close the preview. Then paste the URL in your Windows file explorer. Copy the whole directory where you want, rename the index_debug file to index.
I cannot tell you how to build the CQL client side, but the CQL itself can be easily built in the form of state = 'state name' and city = 'city name' and otherAttribute = 'the value'
There is box zooming in the existing Zoom plugin if you configure it with showZoomBoxAction: true https://github.com/boundlessgeo/gxp/blob/master/src/script/plugins/Zoom.js
I have myself created a Docker Image, which is available here: https://hub.docker.com/r/devdattat/docker-opengeosuite/ This is based on a Dockerfile, which can be accessed here: https://github.com/devdattaT/docker-OpenGeoSuite/blob/master/Dockerfile
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To understand why Tomcat cannot bind to Port 80, see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10450045/why-does-tomcat-work-with-port-8080-but-not-80 Ports lower than 1024 are priviledged ports, and hence need additional efforts for application to bind to them. The solution in our case, is to go to /etc/default/tomcat7 and change #AUTHBIND=no to AUTHBIND=yes
If you still didn't fix your problem, then maybe this might help you: Try to check if all data stores you have are valid (so their sources are available). I had data stores added via Geoserver Web Interface to which I had manually deleted source shp files from the server hdd. So the Geoserver data stores were invalid and the source destinations were ...
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