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    Francesco Frassinelli
    @frafra_gitlab
    this happens even if I avoid to use local_settings.py and I stick to the default configuration
    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    uhm, ok, so it is an issue already reported by another user. It looks like a problem with the GeoServer 2.13.x image
    I'm afraid I have to rebuild it and regenerate the docker image :(
    it will take a bit
    sorry
    Francesco Frassinelli
    @frafra_gitlab
    it is fine, thank you :-)
    Francesco Frassinelli
    @frafra_gitlab
    any idea if it could take hours or days?
    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    getting back to geoserver-exts now... if we are lucky hours
    Francesco Frassinelli
    @frafra_gitlab
    thank you
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    @/all docker-compose up is broken at the moment on master
    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    uhm, why?
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    @afabiani collect_metrics is failing as reported
    let’s see if commenting cron out from uwsgi.ini works
    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    ok, thanks
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    that is gone but django container is not up
    @afabiani still see Unknown command: ‘rebuild_index’ which has been already reported and I guess it is related to ES
    Fernando
    @mfbenitezp
    Hi everyone, Im working to implement a GeoNode instance in a Windows server for a small city town in Spain, however the installation file is not avaliable to downloand. Does someone know if GeoNode is still windows supported.?
    or what are you advice to deploy a development eviroment to test and run GeoNode, to engage the city hall and then move to a production enviroment and help them throgh the process.
    I think I found the answer from @afabiani previous replies.
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    @mfbenitezp the fastest is probably through docker by running the docker-compose but I’m not quite sure it is the recommended on windows server. Never heard of containers running on windows for production
    Fernando
    @mfbenitezp
    Thanks @francbartoli also I found that the OSGeoLive VM is having all the resources and Geonode instance running. So for the demo I have used this one.
    But what I am concern is about, the Mapviewer and the Metadata catalog. Bcs, I need to custimize it, to follow the INSPIRE requerimients.
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    @mfbenitezp what are reqs you have to follow? Obviously in case of GML application schemas related to specific domains GeoNode cannot currently help
    Florian Hoedt
    @gannebamm
    @mfbenitezp @francbartoli
    Regarding INSPIRE: The currently used metadata schema ISO 19139 would need to get extended by some mandatory fields for INSPIRE compliance. The viewservices (wms) should be ok, afaik. To publish harmonised downloadservices in transformed gml schema (eg. 'oceanografic geographic feature'-types) you would need the AppSchema extension for GeoServer and a transformation file (eg. created with Hale Studio - an open-source ETL-tool).
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    Yep @gannebamm even though I’m not quite sure once a layer driven by the app-schema extension is published in GeoServer and then synchronyzed into GeoNode automatically has the correct gml output from the GML 3.1.1 download layer feature of GeoNode. Did you try?
    Florian Hoedt
    @gannebamm
    @francbartoli No I have not and I will not. I investigated GeoNodes INSPIRE capabilities and decided to use GeoNetwork, PostGIS, GeoServer + AppSchemaExtension for my INSPIRE stack. Sadly I can not put development effort into GeoNode to add INSPIRE compliance. E.g. GeoNetwork is already INSPIRE compliant and the AppSchemaExtension should work for the transformed download services. The latter was not tested by me though, I just found some people using it for that particular use-case.
    Fernando
    @mfbenitezp
    That was exactly the suggestion that also found. Use GeoNetwork for the Metadata catalog. In Case the city hall requeire the INSPIRE compilance.
    Dimitris Karakostis
    @karakostis
    I am working on a geonode-project dev environment and I have dropped my sqllite db. I try to restore it by executing DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=my_geonode.settings paver setup and DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=my_geonode.settings paver sync but I get the below error:
    Screen Shot 2019-01-16 at 11.42.31 AM.png
    What is the proper way to restore the sqlite db in a geonode-project?
    Francesco Bartoli
    @francbartoli
    GeoNode/geonode-project#63 GNIP for adding a CLI to geonode-project. Can you express your thought?
    if
    @if__gitlab
    Just noticed that there is a room specifically for geonode-project topics. Here it goes my question again. I created a Geonode project following the instructions of geonode-project GitHub repo. After running the instance for development using the respective docker-compose files I tried to apply changes to the site_base.css file, however the css changes are not assumed, unless I run the collectstatic command. Since I'm running it in dev I was expecting that the collectstatic would not be necessary... Am I thinking correctly?
    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    hello, whenever you have an httpd server in front of Django/GeoNode, you must run collectstatic in order to updare javascripts and css files
    if
    @if__gitlab
    Great! Thanks @afabiani ;)
    Ran Li
    @rli-rms
    image.png
    hello, I was following the Geonode installation on Ubuntu 16.04 guide (http://docs.geonode.org/en/master/tutorials/install_and_admin/geonode_install/install_geonode_application.html), when installing java8, I got the above message:
    Please help!
    Florian Hoedt
    @gannebamm
    @rli-rms Maybe this will help?
    :point_up: April 26, 2019 10:36 AM
    Ran Li
    @rli-rms
    @gannebamm Thanks!
    Edgar Vitus Mlowe
    @Mloweedgar
    Hello, I have got a quick question, Iam running geonode projecct using docker in development mode. How to I enable cors in geoserver? Iam trying to make wfs request to my geonode(geoserver) but I keep geting cors error. can anyone help me out
    Pedro Guimarães
    @tigreped
    Hello, everyone. When adding a lot of customizations, the text messages for the locale files should go where? Some of the translation I'd like to improve locally to my geonode-project customization, not need to change overall translation files on the geonode master repo
    Steffen Berger
    @sjohn-atenekom

    Hi @tigreped,
    We have locale files stored in geonode-project/project_name/locale/de/django.po

    Anyways, it is important to add this Path to LOCALE_PATHS in settings.py

    LOCALE_PATHS = (
       os.path.join(BASE_DIR, "locale"),
    ) + LOCALE_PATHS
    Pedro Guimarães
    @tigreped
    @sjohn-atenekom tks a lot!
    Pedro Guimarães
    @tigreped

    Hi @tigreped,
    We have locale files stored in geonode-project/project_name/locale/de/django.po

    Anyways, it is important to add this Path to LOCALE_PATHS in settings.py

    LOCALE_PATHS = (
       os.path.join(BASE_DIR, "locale"),
    ) + LOCALE_PATHS

    Tks a lot. I've managed to use django-admin compilemessages to generate translation files properly :) Will take into account that setup and try to implement it here.

    BTW, I'm using a python 2.7.13 on my python env, and geonode upgrade for the 3.0dev version (currently on master) is working fine on the recent builds, so far. I've had a few charset issues, maybe due to it, but I've read somewhere it cuold be related to replacing a geoserver backend by a REST one...
    Balamsd95
    @Balamsd95
    Hi, I have got atwo quickquestion,I Installed geonode its running good ,while installing Monitoring in geonode i got a error called geonode-monitoring: Error (No such file) ,this is the command i used sudo supervisorctl start geonode-monitoring and How to intergrate my web application in Geonode?
    Steffen Berger
    @sjohn-atenekom

    HI,
    I'm currently porting GeoNode-Project 2.10 to 2.10.1. There were also some change in tasks.py in task "update". in this task, environment variables are exported and I don't really understand why, since they are already in the docker-compose setup.

     envs = {
            "local_settings": "{0}".format(_localsettings()),
            "siteurl": os.environ.get('SITEURL',
                                      'http://{0}:{1}/'.format(pub_ip, pub_port) if pub_port else 'http://{0}/'.format(pub_ip)),
            "geonode_docker_host": "{0}".format(socket.gethostbyname('geonode')),
            "public_fqdn": "{0}:{1}".format(pub_ip, pub_port),
            "public_host": "{0}".format(pub_ip),
            "dburl": os.environ.get('DATABASE_URL', db_url),
            "geodburl": os.environ.get('GEODATABASE_URL', geodb_url),
            "static_root": os.environ.get('STATIC_ROOT', '/mnt/volumes/statics/static/'),
            "media_root": os.environ.get('MEDIA_ROOT', '/mnt/volumes/statics/uploaded/'),
            "geoip_path": os.environ.get('GEOIP_PATH', '/mnt/volumes/statics/geoip.db'),
            "monitoring": os.environ.get('MONITORING_ENABLED', True),
            "monitoring_data_ttl": os.environ.get('MONITORING_DATA_TTL', 7),
            "gs_loc": os.environ.get('GEOSERVER_LOCATION', 'http://geoserver:8080/geoserver/'),
            "gs_web_ui_loc": os.environ.get('GEOSERVER_WEB_UI_LOCATION',
                                            'http://{0}:{1}/geoserver/'.format(pub_ip, pub_port) if pub_port else 'http://{0}/geoserver/'.format(pub_ip)),
            "gs_pub_loc": os.environ.get('GEOSERVER_PUBLIC_LOCATION',
                                         'http://{0}:{1}/geoserver/'.format(pub_ip, pub_port) if pub_port else 'http://{0}/geoserver/'.format(pub_ip)),
            "gs_admin_pwd": os.environ.get('GEOSERVER_ADMIN_PASSWORD', 'geoserver'),
            "override_fn": override_env
        }

    I'm because I transfered some of those variables (like STATIC_URL) to the settings file, to keep the list of env variables as short as possible.

    ```

    Alessio Fabiani
    @afabiani
    hi, those variables have default values, therefore you don't need to set them all. There's a .env file parsed by the manage.sh inside the container that should guarantee using the correct environment settings when running management commands from cli
    this is the idea
    Steffen Berger
    @sjohn-atenekom
    ah, ok! thanks