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A GetCapabilities request must include the service type, so https://myserver.com/geoserver/mynamespace/wfs?request=GetCapabilities is not correct, it should be: https://myserver.com/geoserver/mynamespace/wfs?request=GetCapabilities&service=WFS This will give an XML result in your browser. Similarly, a DescribeFeatureType request must include the ...


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There are a couple of LocationTech Projects which adress this, I think the most mature one is GeoMesa, but also GeoWave is able to store raster data in an distributed key/value (accumolo is mentioned most often here) store and connect it to geoserver. preferring the Big Spatial Store Option: I think you should have a look at Geomesa Raster tutorial This ...


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You don't want to cascade a remote WFS (that is republish someone else's layers in your own GeoServer). You want to use the GeoServer REST API to add and publish a shapefile. So you need to look at this tutorial from GeoSolutions


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It's because you are not making a valid WMS request - try something like localhost:8080/geoserver/nyc/wms?service=WMS&version=1.1.0&request=GetMap&layers=nyc%3Anyc_buildings&bbox=983797.5%2C207443.0%2C991899.0625%2C218850.828125&width=545&height=768&srs=EPSG%3A2908&format=application/vnd.google-earth.kml+XML or if you want ...


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