kandi X-RAY | geostore Summary
kandi X-RAY | geostore Summary
GeoStore is an open source Java enterprise application for storing, searching and retrieving data on the fly. GeoStore performs authentication internally (auth framework shall be pluggable), and internal authorization rules grant permissions on single Resources or whole Categories. A comprehensive REST API allows an easy handling of internal resources, so that client side applications can easily query the store, while remote server side application can integrate with GeoStore using the GeoStoreClient, an utility java class that hides the REST communications complexities.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Visit a leaf filter
- Visit a leaf category
- Visit the trgister filter
- Overrides the filter to look for TRG searches
- Visit a search filter
- Performs the authentication
- Prepare the authentication token
- Extracts user role and groups
- Log out the given access token
- Do the authentication
- Returns a string representation of this object
- Compares this attribute to another
- Retrieves a resource
- Authenticate an authentication
- Updates the security rules for a group
- Authenticate user
- Updates the given user
- Insert a resource
- Inserts a user
- Commit the master password change
- Insert an attribute
- Updates a resource
- Update a user
- Prepare for a new master password file
- Overriding superclass method
- Initialize the GeoStore services
geostore Key Features
geostore Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on geostore
The original code created a bucket and trail in a single stack per deployment, and linked them to a function in the same stack:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-14 at 12:53
CloudTrail has Advanced Event Selectors like
EndsWith to filter ARNs. This fits your use case, where you want a shared Trail for all Lambda ARNs ending with
OK, but how do you set Advanced Event Selectors with the CDK? Unfortunately, the CloudFormation AWS::CloudTrail::Trail resource (= CDK L1 CfnTrail construct, which underlies the L2 Trail) appears not to support them in the eventSelectors prop. Fortunately, CDK (and CloudFormation) has Custom Resources to plug such gaps.
In your new
trail_stack, create a Trail and a AWSCustomResource construct, which makes arbitrary SDK calls. It will call the PutEventsSelectors API on your Trail, setting the Advanced Event Selectors. It will be called once, on resource create:
I've been working on a project which so far has just involved building some cloud infrastructure, and now I'm trying to add a CLI to simplify running some AWS Lambdas. Unfortunately both the sdist and wheel packages built using
poetry build don't seem to include the dependencies, so I have to manually
pip install all of them to run the command. Basically I
poetry buildin the project,
cd "$(mktemp --directory)",
python -m venv .venv,
pip install /path/to/result/of/poetry/build/above, and then
- run the new .venv/bin/ executable.
At this point the executable fails, because
pip did not install any of the package dependencies. If I
pip show PACKAGE the
Requires line is empty.
The Poetry manual doesn't seem to specify how to link dependencies to the built package, so what do I have to do instead?
I am using some optional dependencies, could that be interfering with the build process? To be clear, even non-optional dependencies do not show up in the package dependencies.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 02:15
This appears to be a bug in Poetry. Or at least it's not clear from the documentation what the expected behavior would be in a case such as yours.
pyproject.toml, you specify two dependencies as required in this section:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use geostore like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the geostore component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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