Monthly Archives: May 2010

GeoServer 2.0.2 release

To meet the growing demand for a geospatial server that meets the open standards set by the Open Geospatial Consortium, the GeoServer community has worked hard to release the new GeoServer 2.0.2. This release includes almost 100 bugfixes and new features. As previously mentioned, GeoServer now provides support for Oracle Georaster, custom database layouts for […]

Polymorphism in application-schema

Support for polymorphism is included in Geoserver 2.0.2. Why do we need polymorphism support in app-schema? Some complex attributes are polymorphic by nature, which means they can have¬†different types for different features. Before polymorphism was supported, attribute types had to be specified in the mapping file, so could not vary across features. With polymorphism support, […]

Oracle GeoRaster & Custom JDBC Access

With the soon-to-be-released GeoServer 2.0.2, there are some exciting new features, two of which I would like to mention here. GeoServer will soon be able to handle raster/image data in customized JDBC database layouts. This is useful for special use cases or existing image databases, offering the freedom of choosing individual table layouts, provided the […]

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