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FOSS4G2006 - Free And Open Source Software for Geoinformatics
FOSS4G2006 - Free And Open Source Software for Geoinformatics
11-15 September 2006 Lausanne, Switzerland
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Mapbender Workshop
Introduction to the Mapbender package. Mapbender is a full fledged OGC WMS and WFS-T
client suite. It implements authentication and allows to authorize users on
individual, group or role perspectives. It can be used with a security module and is
multi client capable (user, group, operator, portal). 

The workshop shows where to start, what can be done and how it is done. A (very)
short introdcution to OGC WMS and WFS is followed by a step by step introduction
showing how to create a new user interface add map and feature services and manage
SDI (saptial data infrastructure). 

The second part focuses on more specialized tools of the Mapbender package including
setting up the security proxy and using the WFS-T edit module for collaborative
editing of geometries.

The workshop will give a comprehensive insight on how an SDI is operated from the
client side perspective. Mapbender is the front end that uses all the great Open
Source components starting with the operating system, PostgreSQL database, PostGIS
extension, GDAL/OGR in MapServer, GeoTools in GeoServer, PHP and Apache. The
spatial glue is applied by Mapbender to bind the OGC specifications user interfaces
and user profiles into a comprehensive web mapping front end. 

During the workshop we will get to know how the Mapbender User Community ticks and
review the progress and status of the Mapbender project within the Open Source
Geospatial Foundation and have a side glance at our sister projects.
Id: 31
Place: Lausanne, Switzerland
Room: AmphipĂ´le (Pol 189)
Starting date:
13-Sep-2006   13:30
Duration: 03h30'
Contribution type: Workshop
Primary Authors: CHRISTL, Arnulf (CCGIS)
Presenters: CHRISTL, Arnulf
Included in session: Workshop Session 5
Included in track: [WKS] Workshop

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