[GeoNode-users] alias and Freemarker template

Ariel Neri ariel.neriw at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 04:55:31 PST 2017

Hi Annalisa. I did it creating "views" in Postgresql. Since our original
layers are huge, I load the original layer to "geonode_data" DB and created
diferent views with reduced atributes and alias that anyone can understand.
HereĀ“s an example:
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Then just publish the view in geoserver
Hope it helps.


2017-11-30 9:27 GMT-03:00 Annalisa Schiavon <annalisa.schiavon at gmail.com>:

> Hi all,
> I'm using freemarker template, getting names and values of features in
> this way (for example):
>    <#list features as feature>
>      <li>
>        <ul>
>          <#list feature.attributes as attribute>
>            <#if !attribute.isGeometry>
>              <li><b>${attribute.name}</b>: ${attribute.value}</li>
>            </#if>
>         </#list>
>       </ul>
>     </li>
>     <hr>
>   </#list>
> There is a way to use "alias" attribute names?
> If I define some alias or descriptions for attributes in geonode metadata
> layers, they can be used?
> There is a way to define alias in geoserver or in Postgresql (my layers
> are all in DB Postgresql) that can be recalled in content.ftl files?
> Tipically I set some text directly in content.ftl files, but now I've
> layers with many fields and it would be better enter alias for attributes
> once, maybe in the attribute tabs of the layer in Geonode!
> Thanks
> Annalisa
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