GeoServer ArcSDE Rasters in GeoServer-1.5.1

With the recent release of GeoServer-1.5.1, the GeoServer ArcSDE Extension has gained the ability to serve ArcSDE raster datasets, as well as the vector datasets it’s been serving so far.

Detailed instructions can be found on the GeoServer ArcSDE Plugin page, and if any crack coders out there want to see support for more ArcSDE raster formats (other than the 3/4-band unsigned byte format we currently support) then help us get coding!

If you’re itching to see an example in action, check out this map or this map.

Happy rasters!

4 Comments

  1. snodnipper
    Posted June 14, 2007 at 5:22 am | Permalink

    Hi, I get an invalid url format type error message (even with appropriate values) when trying to create a new CoverageStore. Do you have any ideas?
    “Invalid url: ‘sde://scott:tiger@localhost:5151/gis#SDE.MY_RASTER_TABLE;LZERO_ORIGIN_TILE=0,1438′ for format type:’ArcSDE Raster’.

  2. sfarber
    Posted June 18, 2007 at 6:09 pm | Permalink

    snodnipper: Can you contact us on geoserver-users@lists.sourceforge.net about this issue?

    I’d be happy to work through the problems, but let’s do in on the users list, where there are lots of experienced folks around to help.

    Thanks!

  3. ajuarez
    Posted August 23, 2007 at 2:11 pm | Permalink

    I canĀ“t see the option SDE in the storages, I paste in the carpet the jar of SDE and then when run the start geoserver say me

    “58501 [ADVERTENCIA] org.geotools.data.arcsde.arcSDEDataStoreFactory – ArcSDE Java API seems to not be on your classpath. Please verify that all needed jars are.
    ArcSDE data stores will not be available.
    java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError
    at org.geotools.data.arcsde.arcSDEDataStoreFactory.class$
    at org.geotools.data.arcsde.arcSDEDataStoreFactory.isAvailable$

    Thanks

  4. sfarber
    Posted September 10, 2007 at 11:54 am | Permalink

    Your best bet, generally, is to send an email to geoserver-users@lists.sourceforge.net

    In this case, I’d suggest reading the documentation page on the ArcSDE datastore. It’s located here:
    http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOTDOC/ArcSDE+DataStore

    Particularly the sections on using the ArcSDE datastore extension.

    –saul

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