[GeoNode-users] problem with sld
ivan.marchesini at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 06:51:23 PST 2017
I have installed geonode 2.6 from scratch using the ubuntu repository...
I see that the installation process has installed the geoserver version
do you think it is better to upgrade it? but how can I do this upgrade
maintaining the settings needed for geonode?
Thank you again
On 27/11/2017 10:32, Alessio Fabiani wrote:
> Hi guys,
> those SLD issues have been solved with latest GeoNode / GeoServer
> versions. Also with GeoServer 2.12.x SLDs are compatible with QGIs
> exported ones also.
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> On Sat, Nov 25, 2017 at 3:13 PM, Ivan Marchesini
> <ivan.marchesini at gmail.com <mailto:ivan.marchesini at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Thank you Ariel
> It is useful to know that some others have found the same problem
> and thank you for the workaround
> In case I do not find another solution I will try to write a
> python code to do this..
> thank you
> On 24/11/2017 19:31, Ariel Neri wrote:
>> Hi, I had to adapt many complicated, hundred of clases simbology
>> sld made in qgis to be used in Geoserver some time ago. I tried
>> some programs with no luck, so finally I changed a few things in
>> the QGis sld file to make it work in Geoserver.
>> Basically it´s just 3 steps, using the "search and replace" tool:
>> 1- i replaced the first line with one from an existing geoserver
>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><sld:StyledLayerDescriptor
>> xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/sld <http://www.opengis.net/sld>"
>> <http://www.opengis.net/gml>" version="1.0.0">
>> 2- Also copy the first lines raplacing the "****" with your own
>> and do the same with the closings
>> 3- Use the search and replace tool: replace “<se:” and“</se:”
>> with“<sld: (…)” and“</sld: (…)” respectivly. And replace
>> “SvgParameter” with “CssParameter”
>> Sorry if i don´t use correct vocabulary, i´m not so much into
>> coding, neather into english language.
>> A co-worker made a script to do the steps before automatically
>> with RStudio and made it even simpler for me.
>> This was a good enough work-around for me and solved my problem.
>> Probably now there´s a better way (i hope so). I share anyway in
>> case it helps you.
>> 2017-11-24 14:43 GMT-03:00 Ivan Marchesini
>> <ivan.marchesini at gmail.com <mailto:ivan.marchesini at gmail.com>>:
>> Dear geonode users and developer
>> I apologize if this is a well known problem but browsing on
>> Internet (including the mailing list) I wasn't able to find a
>> good solution
>> I have recently installed geonode2.6 (ubuntu, ppa) for a
>> project where multiple and not skilled users will be involved.
>> I have tried to do a couple of things:
>> 1) I uploaded a shapefile (separate files) together with a
>> sld file exported from qgis. It happened to me that (i) the
>> corresponding sld file created in geoserver is very different
>> from the original one (tipicaly the colors are lost) and
>> (ii) since the <Title> tag is not present geonode is only
>> able to show me a style called "none"
>> 2) I uploaded a shapefile (separate files) together with a
>> sld file exported from udig. It happened to me that (ii)
>> since the <Title> tag is not present geonode is only able to
>> show me a style called "none"
>> is there a way for creating a well formatted sld file for
>> geoserver/geonode using some desktop GIS or some other tools
>> with a GUI?
>> It is very important to me since I can't ask the other
>> colleagues to edit directly the xml files.. they will be too
>> much scared by that!!
>> thank you for your answers
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