[GeoNode-users] Migrating large number of layers to Geonode
sacha.black at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 06:34:35 PST 2017
Thank you - I will try it.
If I prepare metadata and cartography (SLD) in advance, will the script
import them also?
If yes, what format should the metadata be? I have the old metadata in a
GeoNetwork, and can export and transform however is necessary.
If no, I will just edit the metadata afterwards as advised.
On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 12:46 AM, Alessio Fabiani <
alessio.fabiani at geo-solutions.it> wrote:
> You can try to use the following module
> This management command should walk through a spatialdata set of files
> (either raster and vector) and import them on GeoNode and GeoServer with a
> default initial configuration.
> You still have to edit the metadata manually on a later step.
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> On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 11:32 PM, Sacha Black <sacha.black at gmail.com>
>> hi list,
>> I am new to GeoNode and interested in migrating a large number of layers
>> (> 3000) from an old Mapserver 6.x WMS server. They are mostly shapefiles
>> and some rasters.
>> I know I can connect to the existing WMS service to use the layers in
>> GeoNode, but since eventually the old server will be turned off, I would
>> like to know the best option to import the layers into GeoNode permanently.
>> I set up a basic GeoNode in a clean Ubuntu 16.04 install using the Quick
>> Guide (http://geonode.org/#install). But I didn't find any specific
>> instructions for setting up a bulk import.
>> Is there any examples of using a script to do this kind of task? Is this
>> a reasonable expectation? What warnings/best practices should I be aware of?
>> - Sacha
>> geonode-users mailing list
>> geonode-users at lists.osgeo.org
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