GeoServer 2.10-beta released

We are happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.10-beta. Downloads are availableĀ (zip, war, dmg and exe) along with docs and extensions.

This is a beta release of GeoServer made in conjunction with GeoTools 16-beta.

Beta Testing

The GeoServer Team has been hard at work to bring you this beta release.

Here isĀ our priorities for testing:

We one crititcal known issues to keep in mind when testing:

  • GEOS-7750 – The WMS and LegendSample beans used in GeoServerTileLayer may provoke a cyclic dependency when Spring beans are loaded. As a consequence tiled layers may not be loaded and are deleted by GWC integration. Please back up your data and configuration before testing the GeoServer 2.10-beta with data you care about.

Highlights from the release notes:

  • Add CSS nested rule support
  • Add CSS rendering transform support
  • Add WMTS multi dimensional community module
  • Add WCS 2.0 Demo Requests
  • OL3 Preview in tiled mode supports map wrapping
  • Make JDBCStore compatible with HazelCast Clustering
  • Changes to WMS GetFeatureInfo for coverages:
    • Band names now presented in responses as NCNames for all info_formats (spaces and leading digits replaced with underscores)
    • Support for continuous map wrapping for latitude/longitude projections
    • Support for coverages with native latitude/longitude coordinates and longitudes > 180 degrees East

Also, looking at the GeoTools 16-M0 release notes, we have:

  • Support Azimuthal Equidistant projection
  • Implement Vladimir’s Polygon label point algorithim
  • GeoPackage can write to boolean fields

For more information about the what is included in the GeoServer 2.10 release, also refer to the GeoServer 2.10-M0 release anouncement.

About GeoServer 2.10

GeoServer 2.10 is scheduled for October release.

2 Comments

  1. Hannah Waller
    Posted September 29, 2016 at 3:52 pm | Permalink

    Hello, I am new to GeoServer and just installed it on my Mac. However, the web administration interface says “HTTP ERROR: 404. Problem accessing /geoserver. Reason: Not Found.” Am I doing something wrong?
    Thanks,
    Hannah

  2. tbarsballe
    Posted September 29, 2016 at 4:04 pm | Permalink

    Hello Hannah

    This is the sort of question that the GeoServer User List is intended for (See http://geoserver.org/comm/ ).

    By the sounds of the error you are getting, it looks like GeoServer failed to start. Take a look at the GeoServer logs to see what caused this failure. If you have further issues, please ask on the user list.

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