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The simple way to do this is to use the gt-jdbc-postgis module to fetch your features from the database: Map<String, Object> params = new HashMap<>(); params.put("dbtype", "postgis"); params.put("host", "localhost"); params.put("port", 5432); params.put("schema", "public"); params.put("database", "database"); params....


This is a problem with handling EPSG:3857 in GDAL 3.X. You can run transformations with gdal 2.X and geoserver will read this file. For example, you can use gdal_translate from folder "C:\OSGeo4W64\apps\gdal2\bin" if you use qgis from OSGeo4W. Detail information on Geoserver`s JIRA:

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