1. 1. Introduction
    1. 1.1 OGC Standards
      1. Introduction to OGC
      1. 1.1.1 Web Mapping Service
        1. Introduction to WMS
        2. WMS Examples
      1. 1.1.2 Web Feature Service
        1. Introduction to WFS
        2. WFS Examples
      1. 1.1.3 Web Coverage Service
        1. Introduction to WCS
        2. WCS Examples
      1. 1.1.4 Web Processing Service
        1. Introduction to WPS
        2. WPS Examples
    1. 1.2 CAAML
      1. Introduction to CAAML
    1. 1.3 INSPIRE
      1. Introduction to INSPIRE
  1. 2. Standards in action
    1. 2.1 Prepare data and toolkit
      1. Data and geospatial tools
      2. Start the environment
      1. 2.1.1 Manage the data
        1. Load Data
        2. Clean Data
      1. 2.1.2 Design the CAAML schema
        1. CAAML model design
        2. Populate Region
    1. 2.2 Build CAAML with GeoAvalanche
      1. Configure the application schema for CAAML
      2. Push the configuration to GeoAvalanche
      3. Query our Region features
  1. 3. Main Chapter
    1. Lesson Six

Push the configuration to GeoAvalanche

Export the CAAML application schema configuration

At the end of the mapping session we should have completed all the mapping properties for our Region target type and the Hale window should look like:

mapped region hale

Assuming we have our instance of GeoAvalanche running locally at http://localhost:8080/geoavalanche let's see how simple is to get CAAML features published from that server:

export region hale

From the File menu select Export and then click on Alignment:

export format hale

Select App-Schema Configuration [Direct Upload] then click Next

export destination hale

Fill the Target URL with the base url for your server http://localhost:8080/geoavalanche and then click Next

export option hale

Tick the option to include your custom target schema until it's not published online and then click Next

export workspaces hale

Double check your workspace configuration and then click Next

export datastore configuration hale

Fill the values for the PostGIS datastore connection parameters and then click Next

export authentication hale

Fill the values for the administration of GeoAvalanche server. By default they are set up to admin/geoserver

Then click Finish and wait for the completion of the upload. Once finished you can close Hale and play with the Region features

Visit the Layer Preview page of GeoAvalanche and you should see a new layer in the list which is named caaml:Region:

We have just successfully created a new app-schema datastore in GeoAvalanche. Let's see now how we can query our regions.