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Apr
7
comment Geoserver Dynamic Colormap using CQL won't work
Not validating does not mean not working. Did you try to use the style anyways?
Mar
28
comment problem displaying inline features with geoserver sld
Here: github.com/geoserver/geoserver/blob/master/data/release/demo/…
Mar
24
comment Dynamic style for DSM layers in geoserver
If you want to set min and max on the server side, just set static values in the colormap entries, no?
Mar
24
comment Display GeoServer's UTFGrid output in OpenLayers 3
GeoServer can also offer regular 256x256 UTFGrid tiles via its WMTS endpoint. There is also a pull request adding WMS/UTFGrid support to OL2, but it got no attention (I guess OL2 is jus not supported anymore) github.com/openlayers/ol2/pull/1486
Mar
22
comment How to improve GeoServer WCS performance?
That GeoServer is too old, you should try with GeoServer 2.8.2, it has got a few improvements for WCS extractions
Mar
20
comment Can you add a WMTS as a GeoServer Data Source?
Normally that is done because the remote WMTS is not serving data in a CRS you need. Reprojection is a common driver for cascading.
Mar
16
comment GeoWebCache won't seed when using a user defined gridset using geoserver 2.8.2
That is not a full stack trace, it's a log. The Stack trace is what you already posted in the original description, but you cut it short, we'd need to see it fully.
Mar
14
comment Geoserver WMS raster too dark when zoomed out
Do you have a gdalinfo output of the file? I'd add that to the information in the question
Mar
14
comment GeoWebCache won't seed when using a user defined gridset using geoserver 2.8.2
You should probably post a full stack trace.
Mar
9
comment GeoWebCache won't seed when using a user defined gridset using geoserver 2.8.2
That's what happens when you use a GeoServer from the future! (2.9.2 will be released towards the end of 2016 :-p)
Mar
7
comment Filter data with PostgreSQL or geoserver?
What makes you think SLD filtering implies loading everything in memory and then filter there? ;-)
Mar
6
comment How to (programmatically) determine if a WMS endpoint belongs to a GeoServer?
Your tests will work only if GeoServer was not customized (as in, those fields were not edited in the configuration UI, I'm not talking about customizing at the programming level, which is possible, common enough, and can result in larger deviations)
Feb
25
comment WFS Filter performed before or after reprojection?
There is no way to do that, you'd have to modify the GeoServer code
Feb
11
comment Requesting a shapefile from geoserver and displaying it on a website that runs openlayers
Actually if all shapefiles are in the same directory, one can create a single "directory of shapefiles" data store for all of them.
Jan
21
comment Serving local OSM tiles (PNG) using geoserver
That would be a separate question :-)
Jan
9
comment Geoserver Services not available after restart
I'm not familiar with the Conterra security manager, cannot help.
Jan
7
comment What causes these geometry differences between original PostGIS data and Geoserver WFS?
The default is 8: github.com/geoserver/geoserver/blob/master/data/release/… I guess someone changed it down to 4 to save on bandwidth
Jan
5
comment geoserver load image mosaics tiff files
You cannot hope to actually see 100k rasters in a single shot, it will take too much time to load and render them. Setup scale dependencies in your layer so that the layer shows only when very zoomed in, when the display contains only a few files (e.g., < 50) and then zoom in enough in the layer preview.
Jan
5
comment What causes these geometry differences between original PostGIS data and Geoserver WFS?
Indeed, what is the metric difference between the two lines? Meters? Millimeters? And what is the CRS of the data itself?
Jan
4
comment geoserver load image mosaics tiff files
"It is just loading and nothing else happens". For what amount of time? I'd suppose that to open and scan 100k files in order to produce a index, a significant amount of time would be needed. Assuming just 20ms per file (which is just a guess, could be worse, especially if the files are on a network drive) one would have to wait 0.02 * 100000 = 2000 seconds, that is, more than half an hour...