[GeoNode-users] Styling a raster layer
vivien.deparday at gmail.com
Mon Mar 2 11:52:34 PST 2015
this is very likely an issue related to GeoWebCache not clearing the cache
properly even after the styles have been changed. There are a couple bug
reports about it in github.
First solution, go to GeoServer admin menu and on the left to the "Tile
Layer" Menu and empty the cache from there for the layers you want. If it
still doesn't work, you can fin the actual files of the tiles on the
harddrive of the server and manually delete them, with this last resort, it
should work for sure.
On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 1:57 PM, Ramesh De Silva <desilvarami at gmail.com>
> Hi Paolo,
> Thanks for the directions. I created the SLD file using QGIS SLD4raster
> plugin and uploaded to GeoServer. Then I assigned the style to my raster
> layer. Now I can see the legends. Even the thumbnail got updated. But map
> is still the same. Please have a look at following layer.
> Same thing happens in vector layers as well. Please have a look at
> http://188.8.131.52/layers/geonode:tha_adm1 . Here also I added the SLD
> file in GeoServer level and assigned it to the data layer . I can see the
> legends as well as thumbnail got updated after adding the SLD. But map
> doesn't change.
> I did clear the browser cache assuming this is a caching issue. But it is
> still the same. Also I tried from a different PC.
> By the way, if I preview these layers in GeoServer Layer Preview, I can
> see the thematic map. Please let me know, if I need to do anything more in
> order to make it effective in GeoNode level.
> Many thanks.
> Kind Regards
> On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 9:15 PM, Paolo Corti <pcorti at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You will need to edit the GeoServer style directly from the GeoServer
>> A nice tool to use to generate the sld for rasters is the SLD4raster
>> QGIS plugin.
>> It can even upload the style to GeoServer from QGIS.
>> On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 1:56 PM, Ramesh De Silva <desilvarami at gmail.com>
>> > Hi,
>> > I need to label different colors appearing in a raster layer. It seems
>> I can
>> > not do this using the style editor as there is no attribute table
>> > with the raster layer.
>> > Is there a way to label these classes represented by different colors?
>> > Kind Regards
>> > Ramesh
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