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@Vince makes a very valid point in his comment. However here's a few ideas you could consider as a means of completing your Masters project. Meteorological station data: there is a lot of met-station data available on the web both as live RSS feeds and as historic tabular data that you could use to fake an RSS feed. Availability will depend on your ...


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I haven't tried @walkermatt's approach with TileStache, but Chubbs SpatialServer (aka PGRestAPI) was very easy to deploy. WFS to PostGIS Assuming you have PostGIS installed and a GIS-enabled database, this is completely trivial: ogr2ogr -f PostgreSQL PG:"user=ubuntu password=... dbname=gis" \ ...


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When defining URL try to delete everything beyond a questionmark i.e. only https://weaveprod.ucdp.utah.edu/geoserver/ows


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Actually you can do it by using redraw(), all you need to do is change the style of the layer first, then call the redraw function. //reset the style of the layer to the style you defined layer.style = newStyle; //then redraw the layer layer.redraw(); I created an example here on JSFiddle that does exactly what you are looking for.


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You could use OpenLayers.Format.WFSDescribeFeatureType to make a DescribeFeatureType-Request and use the response to reconfigure your store and fill your grid. Just have a look at the following GeoExt-Workshop (especially the "Bonus Task"-Section): http://workshops.boundlessgeo.com/geoext/wfs/grid.html I won't post all the code from this workshop here as ...


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Why are creating your own WFS implementation? Can't you just use geoserver? WFS is a complex type of service, this won't be easy. Anyway the response for WFS-GetFeature should include GML and optionally any other format you want. Geotools can provide you with the right JAVA API's to do this. Just look at the documentation of geoserver for WFS if you want ...


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Unless your doing some fancy client side geometry editing or client side styling you should use WMS instead. GetFeatureInfo is a WMS request. If you use WMS you can make a custom template in Geoserver to return formatted HTML with your attributes: http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/tutorials/GetFeatureInfo/index.html The GetFeatureInfo HTML (if you ...


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As geoserver is fully compliant to WFS, including the "Transactional WFS" level of service. You can provide a running instance with GML to write to its storage with any WFS-T client. More info about this capability of geoserver is available here: http://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/user/webadmin/services/WFS.html If you need an open source WFS-T ETL tool, ...


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Fixed it by adding the ogc: namespace to: PropertyIsEqualTo, PropertyName and Literal: <wfs:GetFeature xmlns:wfs="http://www.opengis.net/wfs" xmlns:ogc="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" service="WFS" version="1.1.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.opengis.net/wfs ...



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