[GeoNode-users] GEONODE UPDATELAYERS COMMAND

Toni Sch├Ânbuchner toni.schoenbuchner at csgis.de
Sun Jan 5 12:20:30 PST 2020


Hi Benard,

> The issue is that when i try to download the layer from geonode, the download link is reading from localhost:8000 domain instead of my custom domain. 

you could try to use this management command to update the download links:
http://docs.geonode.org/en/2.10.x/admin/mgmt_commands/#management-command-set-all-layers-metadata <http://docs.geonode.org/en/2.10.x/admin/mgmt_commands/#management-command-set-all-layers-metadata>

Also make sure to check your geoserver urls for example Proxy Base URL settings.


Cheers,

Toni

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> 
>   1. GEONODE UPDATELAYERS COMMAND (Benard Rodgers Onyango)
> 
> Von: Benard Rodgers Onyango <benardonyango16 at gmail.com>
> Betreff: [GeoNode-users] GEONODE UPDATELAYERS COMMAND
> Datum: 5. Januar 2020 um 20:02:50 MEZ
> An: geonode-users at lists.osgeo.org
> 
> 
> I kindly need help concerning an issue i am facing in geonode. 
> 
> I have published a layer in geoserver and now i want to run the command "python manage.py updatelayers -w geonode" to bring the layer into geonode. I have done that and it is successful. The issue is that when i try to download the layer from geonode, the download link is reading from localhost:8000 domain instead of my custom domain. 
> 
> But when i upload the same layer through geonode GUI, the download url reads from the custom domain and not localhost. 
> 
> How can i solve this problem? I edited local_settings.py and changed localhost to my custom domain. The GeoServer proxy base url is also pointing to my i.p
> 
> -- 
> Regards,
> 
> Benard Onyango - GIS/RS Assistant

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