[GeoNode-users] Problem uploading raster file
ariel.neriw at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 04:42:05 PST 2017
Same Issue here. 2.6.3, standard installation, and it was working fine in
previous version. I saw similar issue here:
(with no response).
2017-11-09 7:17 GMT-03:00 Simone Dalmasso <simone.dalmasso at gmail.com>:
> That makes sense. During the load I see a JavaIO error and a translator
> 2017-11-09 10:52 GMT+01:00 <Stefano.LUONI at ext.ec.europa.eu>:
>> Thank you Simone,
>> we'll try to resave the file; the strange thing is that it works on my
>> Geonode 2.9 development installation, so it might be that a most recent
>> version of Geoserver can handle it as is.
>> *From:* Simone Dalmasso [simone.dalmasso at gmail.com]
>> *Sent:* 09 November 2017 10:42
>> *To:* LUONI Stefano (JRC-ISPRA-EXT)
>> *Cc:* geonode-users at lists.osgeo.org
>> *Subject:* Re: [GeoNode-users] Problem uploading raster file
>> Stefano, I tested on a new GeoNode installation and I can confirm the
>> issue, geoserver is unable to spot the srs. It looks a data issue, could
>> you try to reproject/resave it in a gis software and try again?
>> This is the gdalinfo output for info
>> 2017-11-08 16:48 GMT+01:00 <Stefano.LUONI at ext.ec.europa.eu>:
>>> I currently have issues with GeoTiff raster files: after uploading from
>>> GeoNode, the layer page displays an empty map. Looking from GeoServer admin
>>> website, I can see the layer it's disabled, because no SRS is detected; the
>>> only way to enable the layer is to manually set SRS.
>>> After enabling the layer, this is visibile from GeoNode, but it is not
>>> centered in the map, like the bounds are not correctly computed; the layer
>>> preview from GeoServer is fine though.
>>> This is happening on a 2.6.3 installation (standard deployment), with
>>> GeoServer 2.9; I tried using both open-jdk and Oracle Java8 with the same
>>> The same raster file is uploaded correctly on a development installation
>>> (GeoNode 2.9, Geoserver 2.12).
>>> You can find an extraction of GeoSever log attached to this email; it
>>> contains several errors, like
>>> ERROR [geoserver.rest] - No such datastore: geonode,floodmapeu_rp200y
>>> ERROR [geoserver.rest] - No such coverage store:
>>> ERROR [geoserver.rest] - No such wms store: geonode,floodmapeu_rp200y
>>> ERROR [geoserver.rest] - No such style: floodmapeu_rp200y
>>> ERROR [geoserver.ows] -
>>> org.geoserver.platform.ServiceException: Could not find layer
>>> I guess something is wrong with my GeoServer installation, but I cannot
>>> say how.
>>> You may download the raster file from this link:
>>> Stefano Luoni
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>>> European Commission
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