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so eventually, I skipped using the python package gsconfig, and applied the an xml model as is shown in this link. However, I made some alterations: I used it for a NetCDF, not a shapefile. PUT request instead of POST. presentation value LIST instead of CONTINUOUS_INTERVAL, and Default value of NONE instead of MAXIMUM . url = """<coverage> ...


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The answer is: curl -u admin:geoserver -XPUT -H "Content-Type: text/xml" -d "<coverage><parameters><entry><string>InputTransparentColor</string><string>#000000</string></entry></parameters></coverage>" http://$IP:PORT/geoserver/rest/workspaces/$WORKSPACENAME/coveragestores/$RESOURCENAME/coverages/...


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After some real world experience with this I can see that on rebooting the server or restarting Tomcat, GeoWebCache loses any current/pending tasks.


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You should do an operation that forces the datastore to be actually created and do something against the database. Like listing its feature types, which you can do via REST.


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You can perform several operation on workspaces. Please check the link https://docs.geoserver.org/latest/en/api/#/latest/en/api/1.0.0/workspaces.yaml


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