[Qgis-developer] [QGIS-Server] Adding Web Processing Service, partially funded
ivan.mincik at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 14:19:38 PDT 2014
On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 4:30 PM, rldhont <rldhont at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Vincent
> Le 20/12/2013 12:28, Vincent Picavet a écrit :
> Other question : do you rely on qgis.core only then for QGIS processing
>> now ?
> To run QGIS Processing algorithms, I only rely on qgis.core but it is
> necessary to intialize a QGSApplication and a QApplication.
> +1 for that, simple, flexible and powerful. And Unix spirit too :-) If we
>> want tighter integration, it is a matter of packaging PyWPS with QGIS. Or
>> implement a way of sending bundled WPS scripts from QGIS to a PyWPS server.
>> As for performances, I think having python for serving WPS is not damaging,
>> since the performances issues are more related to the algorithms
>> implementation than the WPS server itself. Vincent
> I'm working on a python class to easily publishing QGIS Processing
> server-side with PyWPS.
> For example :
> #!/usr/bin/env python
> # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
> from pywps.Process import WPSProcess
> from qgisWPSProcess import qgisWPSProcess
> qgis = qgisWPSProcess("qgis:fixeddistancebuffer")
> saga = qgisWPSProcess("saga:shapesbuffer")
> grass = qgisWPSProcess("grass:v.buffer.distance")
> All theses processes has to be tested.
> But I would like to add the ability to use a QGIS project to restrict
> processes on some layers.
Hi René-Luc, would You please provide some current information to Your
QGIS->WPS server work ? I am very interested about the current state of
Thanks a lot.
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