[Lizmap] WPS server and client

René-Luc Dhont rldhont at gmail.com
Fri Jul 16 10:38:27 PDT 2021

Hi all,

A fix will be done in Jelix and added to lizmap.


Le 15/07/2021 à 19:19, Paolo Cavallini a écrit :
> Merci David, we are following th discussion in ticket
> https://github.com/3liz/lizmap-wps-web-client-module/issues/19
> Hopefully we'll get it working soon.
> Cheers.
> Il 14/07/21 11:20, David Marteau ha scritto:
>> Hi paolo,
>> What are the version you are using (Lizmap and Qgis) ?
>> Using the docker stack from
>> https://github.com/3liz/lizmap-wps-web-client-module/tree/master/tests
>> (Lizmap 3.4.4) and qgis (wps/map) image 3.16: except from a problem with
>> layers that don't show up in Lizmap
>> (https://github.com/3liz/lizmap-wps-web-client-module/issues/19), there
>> is no issue when running WPS processes.
>> You may check the logs of the wps server to see if there is no errors
>> showing up  a (hint: run in debug mode)
>> I also suggest to check the wps server directly with
>> GetCapabilities/DescribeProcess requests.
>> Le 14/07/2021 à 10:23, Paolo Cavallini a écrit :
>>> Hi again,
>>> thanks to David Matreau, the bug has been fixed. The algs are now shown.
>>> Unfortunately it still doesn't work, see the link below. I have tried
>>> the buffer, and params are missing, then Run apparently does nothing.
>>> Thanks for any hint.
>>> Cheers.
>>> Il 10/07/21 15:59, Paolo Cavallini ha scritto:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> we are experimenting with the dockerized version of the WPS server with
>>>> Lizmap plugin. Unfortunately the server responds to the GetCapabilities
>>>> req, and the client sows the correct incon, but the service does nott
>>>> start:
>>>> http://faunalia.eu:8090/
>>>> we are unable to locate the logs in the dockerized version.
>>>> We'll be grateful of any hint on how to make this running.
>>>> Thanks in advance,

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