The "unable to provision" error is most definitely due to using Java 11 instead of Java 8.
I don't have time right now to investigate what to fix for it to run on java 11, but will definitely need to do so asap
Hey @groldan - This worked like a charm and its pure magic! I love it! Well done to all involved :)
Could anyone help me configure Geogig 1.2 with the Geoserver? At the moment I have Geoserver 2.16.1 installed. Im following the instructions to configure the Geoserver plugin using the "geogig-1.2.1-geoserver-2.12-plugin.zip" release but whenever I reach the point of checking out a Geoserver branch (say 2.16.x), I am told that "Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git". Any guidance on how to connect Geogig and Geoserver
GeoGig was rewritten so the servlet could be independent of GeoServer. I am not sure if their is a maintained geotools datastore for use in GeoServer right now.
@groldan Thanks for that! Wasn't clear from that site that the beta was the one to use. Super.
got another question for the team. what are the performance implications for very large datasets stored using the postgres backend. particularly I am thinking about how optimized the initial checkout using a BBOX is going to be since the backend doesn't appear to postGIS/spatial indexes
Hey team, how's around here? We've got a fairly big open source project that supports reforestation plantings, and I think we'll be making some significant use of geogig. We've put the time in to learn the commands and how it works, and it's a really great project that meats definite needs for us - awesome work! I was wondering who is around in this channel, and if there's a team member who would be willing to chat with me one on one for 20 minutes so I can resolve a few outstanding questions we have about using geogig in our GIS workflows. Let me know, and thank you! There is literally nothing else like this project that I have ever seen, really excited to have come across geogig!