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Re: Question regarding Geoprocessing sandbox code challenge [Google Summer of Code]

Christin Henzen
Dear Edward,

in our case you also need to import the Geoprocessing Appstore project (https://github.com/GeoinformationSystems/GeoprocessingAppstore) and the Geoprocessing Appstore Facet project (https://github.com/GeoinformationSystems/GeoprocessingAppstoreFacets) into Eclipse. 

More information on how to set up the Geoprocessing Appstore are available here: https://github.com/GeoinformationSystems/GeoprocessingAppstore

To publish an algorithm you just upload a so-called moving code package (a zip file, which includes the algorithm source code and an algorithm description as xml document). You can download such a package here:
There is a small download button in the upper right corner of each algorithm description on the landing page.

Cheers,
Christin

Am 10.03.2016 um 23:08 schrieb guo @iastate.edu <[hidden email]>:

Dear Ms Henzen,

I imported the WPS to Eclipse with the Maven and Egit set up. I am wondering how do I published the algorithm on WPS. 

Thank you very much


Sincerely

Edward




On Mar 8, 2016, at 12:59 PM, Feng Guo <[hidden email]> wrote:


Hi Ms Herzen,

Thank you for clarify my questions and here is my Java Class for the code challenge. Basically,I did a simple path search for python and use System class for java. I hope that it implement correctly.

The program run example:

Please enter a language or 'q' to end program:

java

Java_version...
.
.
.
Please enter a language or 'q' to end program:

python

python_version
.
.
.
Please enter a language or 'q' to end program:

q

program end




Have a great day

Best regards,

Edward

On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 3:52 PM, Christin Henzen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Edward,

 

thanks for your introduction.

Regarding the code challenge: You can check the default installation path for python. Andy es, you can assume that the machine is either windows or linux.

 

Do not hesitate to contact me if you need further information or habe any other questions.

 

Cheers,

Christin

 

Von: guo @iastate.edu [mailto:[hidden email]]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 6. März 2016 08:07
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Betreff: Question regarding Geoprocessing sandbox code challenge [Google Summer of Code]

 

Ms Herzen,

 

My name is Edward Feng Guo and I am currently a Computer Science undergraduate student at Iowa State University. I am very interested in Geoprocessing sandbox project and look forward to participate in this project. I saw the code challenge post on the Google webpage and have some questions. Is that okay to just check the default installation path for python or should I consider a custom install environment? Can I assume that “local machine” is either linux, mac or window? 

 

Thank you very much

 

 

Sincerely

 

Edward




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Feng Guo
Computer Science
Iowa State University
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Dipl.-Medieninf. | Research Associate

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Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Technische Universität Dresden
01062 Dresden

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Christin Henzen
Hi Edward,

Maybe we kept this part of the project description to short. You are right, you should just detect required software as described in the metadata instead of checking all software installed on the machine. 

Regarding the installation:
I used solr 4.10.2 and tomcat 7 (resp. 8), which both work fine. It’s ok to use 4.9.
We merged the two ESRI projects Geoportal and Facet to one project, because the original version of the Geoportal result list did not fit our requirements. By now you just need to install the Geoprocessing Appstore project (which includes the Facet project). 
You don’t have to be aware of the description on how to remove the Facet project. This should help developers, who want use the original version of the result list. 

Christin

Am 16.03.2016 um 04:34 schrieb Feng Guo <[hidden email]>:

Hi Ms. Henzen,

Thank you for clarify my doubts and Now I understand  Task 3 clearly. However I still have some question for Task 1&2, if we know the Metadata which contain the software requirement for the Appstore machine to be able access sandbox. Why don't just detected the require software installation on the Appstore Machine for the comparsion with Metadata instead of detect all software installed on the Appstore Machine?

Sorry, I still have some Installation problem:

Some part of the Esri installation of Geoportal server for Linux was out of date but I have it install under custom configuration. However, the solr was no longer supported for Tomcat after 5.0 version (https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/solr/Running+Solr+on+Tomcat) and is that okay I used the 4.9 version? Also, looks like the Esri Geoportal Facet was redirect to the geoportal server page. I wondering do I need the geoportal Facet and I am also little confused on the last part of the appstore instruction " To remove this dependencies and use the default advanced search please modify WebContent/catalog/search/searchBody.jsp -> iframe".

Really thanks for all the helping and clarification.

Sincerely,
Edward


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Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Technische Universität Dresden
01062 Dresden

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