[Auscope-geosciml] Fwd: Re: [Geoserver-devel] CITE testing results for GS 2.0-RC2

Ben Caradoc-Davies Ben.Caradoc-Davies at csiro.au
Mon Oct 12 22:45:43 EDT 2009


The open source community would very much like to obtain a comprehensive 
data set and corresponding CITE tests for complex features. This would 
aid the development of software support for GeoSciML.

Kind regards,
Ben.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [Geoserver-devel] CITE testing results for GS 2.0-RC2
Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2009 10:08:26 +0800
From: Ben Caradoc-Davies <Ben.Caradoc-Davies at csiro.au>
To: Chris Holmes <cholmes at opengeo.org>
CC: Justin Deoliveira <jdeolive at opengeo.org>,  Geoserver-devel 
<geoserver-devel at lists.sourceforge.net>, Andrea Aime <aaime at opengeo.org>

On 12/10/09 23:07, Chris Holmes wrote:
> One thing that would be a nice target for app-schema though is the
> 'complex feature' tests.  GeoServer has never passed them, but
> app-schema opens the possibility.  I think they're actually pretty basic
> once the app-schema infrastructure is there.  Has the app-schema team
> checked them out?  It's a check box when you run the tests.

I have seen the check box, but we have not looked at the tests.

It would be good to have a comprehensive CITE complex feature test data
set and tests. I have mentioned this to some contacts in the right
places, who are in agreement, but as yet I have not received a response.
There is a prospect on the medium term horizon that the GeoSciML
community will provide a test data set. We might be able to get this
adopted as the CITE complex feature test data set.

-- 
Ben Caradoc-Davies <Ben.Caradoc-Davies at csiro.au>
Software Engineer, CSIRO Earth Science and Resource Engineering
Australian Resources Research Centre
26 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington WA 6151, Australia

-- 
Ben Caradoc-Davies <Ben.Caradoc-Davies at csiro.au>
Software Engineer, CSIRO Earth Science and Resource Engineering
Australian Resources Research Centre
26 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington WA 6151, Australia



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