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Using WFS plugin to access a Web Feature Service.

Posted by simboss on January 31, 2006

paper describes the work carried out at NURC by Ramona Georgescu.

This document is an investigation on the state and capabilities of WFS datastore inside GeoTools which should allow a developer to fully manipulate features on an OGC compliant WFS server. An extensive evaluation of all the possibility given by the WFS protocol with respect to the GeoTools/GeoServer implementation is given with a set of examples. This work, while being a final product, will probably be subject to improvements and additions.
You may treat this document as you would treat any public domain work: it may be used, changed, copied, or redistributed, with or without permission of the authors, for free or for compensation. You may not claim exclusive ownership of this code because it is already owned by everyone. Use this document entirely at your own risk. No warranty of any kind is given.

Anyway, in case you found this document of help, you have some errata corrige, you want to extend it, etc.. feel free to contact the authors.

 Download me here Using WFS plugin to access a Web Feature Service.


4 Responses to “Using WFS plugin to access a Web Feature Service.”

  1. Sorry, but the link to download the document doesn’t work!

    Any ideas where to find the report?


  2. Ryan Hofschneider said

    The document is at this link: Using WFS plugin to access a Web Feature Service

  3. Hendrik Stuke said

    Hello can anybody tell me where i can get the document? i can not open the file from the link above because of an error in the document. Hendrik Stuke

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