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Oct
3
comment Cannot render images on GeoServer SLD?
What errors do you get? Check the logs (geoserver.log in the data directory)
Oct
3
answered Programming a new WMS request with geoserver source code
Oct
3
comment Programming a new WMS request with geoserver source code
Except that specification profiles (unforeseen at the time of spec writing) routinely add new requests to the protocol (e..g, see the SLD 1.0 extensions to the WMS 1.0 standard, which GeoServer implements partially, adding DescribeLayer, GetStyles, GetLegendGraphics and PutStyles, the last one ).
Sep
25
answered Geoserver max connection
Aug
21
answered Can TextSymbolizer font size be set as a function of the scale?
Aug
14
answered Upload KML / GML / GeoJson to Geoserver through Rest API
Aug
12
answered In Geoserver, is Max Render time for WMS adjusted according to metatile size?
Aug
2
answered GeoServer and PostgreSQL JSON column
Jul
29
comment GeoSever PointStacker Renders incorrect position
You probably did not add the parameter that I was talking about, which makes the point appear in the their original position if they are alone in the cell. preserveLocation=true. It could also be that your GeoServer is too old and does not have that feature, I believe it should be available since the 2.6.x series, but not sure
Jul
26
comment Geoserver: WMS layer is shifted at certain zoom scales in openlayers
Unsure, not a client side guy myself, you should ask on the OL mailing list I guess
Jul
26
comment GeoSever PointStacker Renders incorrect position
This code: github.com/geotools/geotools/blob/master/modules/unsupported/… It was written by Martin Davis while he was working for Boundless, I made a very small change since then to allow single points to retain their original position, otherwise it's the original one
Jul
26
comment Can we add features to geoserver layer using REST
One can only hope, given the is no official standard spec for it. But there is a good chance, ESRI needs to maintain its servers and clients compatibile with each other, don't think they can force people to upgrade both clients and server in a single shot...
Jul
23
comment Can we add features to geoserver layer using REST
I'm afraid a complete response would be a little book, if are good at Java/Spring you should look into the existing REST api and imitate the existing code: github.com/geoserver/geoserver/tree/master/src/restconfig
Jul
23
comment GeoSever PointStacker Renders incorrect position
If you check the code, you'll see that the cell center is weighted along with the point own positions, this is probably why you get displacements, and they are there by design, to avoid clusters to overlap with each other too much
Jul
21
answered Can we add features to geoserver layer using REST
Jul
14
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Jul
10
answered Geoserver: WMS layer is shifted at certain zoom scales in openlayers
Jun
26
comment Geoserver render interpolated polygons
I've already answered that question, code wise the building blocks are there, but I don't think they can be combined in a way that actually works today.
Jun
24
comment Geoserver render interpolated polygons
I believe the building blocks to do that fully on the server side in GeoServer are there (the querylayer extension module, the barnes surface rendering transformation, the clip coverage transformation), but I have doubts they will work together the way you need out of the box (chained rendering transformations are known not to work for example). I'd suggest you to contact the geoserver-users mailing list to discuss this further, stackexchange is not the best place to have a discussion.
May
26
comment Settings for GeoServer: large WMS png request failing
It's not dependent on the number of layers, but on the max number of FeatureTypeStyle you have for a single layer, since GS will allocate a drawing surface for each one of them. Also, the error makes me think it's not GS own memory control, but a real out of memory happening in the JVM, so something else (parallel requests maybe) is chewing memory there