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Seems to be a constraint of the WFS. It will always default to 100000. <ows:Constraint name="CountDefault"> <ows:NoValues/> <ows:DefaultValue>100000</ows:DefaultValue> </ows:Constraint> Don´t know a way to do it in ArcMap other than you tried. But you can try to download them via browser if you need them all. The Bad thing is ...
You can setup OUTPUTFORMAT declarations which leverage MapServer's use of OGR for custom output formats (including CSV, GeoJSON). See the documentation for further details. Update: this does not appear to be the case for GetPropertyValue requests, only GetFeature requests.
I'm afraid this is a very well known bug for which we have no solution at the moment: https://osgeo-org.atlassian.net/browse/GEOS-4773
The reason for the error is most probably that the geometry type of the WFS feature type is defined to be MultiLinestring or MultiPolygon, but QGIS it trying to insert simple Linestring or Polygon. You can check the WFS geometry type by making a DescribeFeatureType request. For example ...
I already found an answer myself: I had to use x-www-form-urlencoded key-value data.
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 ...
OpenLayers does check for FIDs internally and will not add a previously added feature. So make sure that you get unique FIDs from GeoServer. If you have an incorrect configuration of your data source, you may end up getting random FIDs, and then OpenLayers cannot avoid the duplication on the client.
You need to consider to migrate your data to a spatial database, like Postgis. Shapefile is not a supported format for WFS-T. Check here for more information.
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