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Section 4.2: Summary of Steps

4.2.1 Summary of Steps for offering a DXF with mapserver WFS
4.2.2 Summary of Steps for offering a Shapefile with geoserver WFS
4.2.3 Summary of Steps for offering a geodatabase with deegree

4.2.1 Summary of Steps for offering a DXF with mapserver WFS

When offering a DXF file with mapserver, it is recommended to download the packaged specified, such as GRASS, to ease the process. Next step is to define the Location in GRASS, which are the working folder and the project space.

4.2.2 Summary of Steps for offering data with geoserver WFS

In order to offer data with Geoserver, there are common steps that need to be followed, and these are to start by adding a new “Workingspace”, adding a new “Store” where all the layers from this new project will be stored, and by “adding a new layer”. At this point, there is the need to define all the characteristics specific to the particular layer to be offered (format, coordinates, src,…).

4.2.3 Summary of Steps for offering a shapefile with deegree

Adding new shapefile data can be done by creating a new Feature store as “shape” type, and then, on the window that opens, manually edit the positions of the vector shapefile. Here, the content of the URL also have to be changed by the relative position of the shpafile, but without the extension .shp. Finally, change the name for the new name that you want to be published in the WFS. Now you just need to reload the server to view the new layer.


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