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From "Martin Desruisseaux (Jira)" <>
Subject [jira] [Closed] (SIS-28) Create a Layer Service for Google Earth Integration
Date Sat, 11 Jan 2020 10:25:00 GMT


Martin Desruisseaux closed SIS-28.
    Resolution: Abandoned

This issue got no activity for 9 years. A similar effort today would probably require new
analysis of current standards, existing software, etc. Furthermore this issue depends on {{application/sis-webbapp}}
module (for GeoRSS) which has been reported to not work anymore for a few years.

> Create a Layer Service for Google Earth Integration
> ---------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SIS-28
>                 URL:
>             Project: Spatial Information Systems
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Web services
>    Affects Versions: 0.2-incubating
>            Reporter: Paul Ramirez
>            Assignee: Paul Ramirez
>            Priority: Major
> Create a layer service that feeds KML to Google Earth. The layer service will support
multiple layers that can be loaded with georss. Most of the interaction with Google Earth
will be accomplished via a NetworkLink as described here

> Layer List 
> GET /sis/layers
> Returns KML with NetworkLinks to all the layers available. This KML can have an expiration
date so that Google Earth will refresh it at a given interval of time. This will likely flow
into config for the service. Each layer will map to one quad tree store.
> Query Layer
> GET /sis/layers/{layerName}?BBOX=[bboxWest],[bboxSouth],[bboxEast],[bboxNorth]
> Support bbox query and return the KML that matches from a given quad tree (i.e. layerName)
> Create Layer
> POST /sis/layers
> Create a layer with the posted configuration. The configuration should include minimally
layer name and list of georss urls to be loaded
> Remove Layer
> DELETE /sis/layers/{layerName}
> Removes the layer and underlying quad tree storage from the service
> Load Layer
> POST /sis/layers/{layerName}
> Will reload the georss feeds associated with the given layer name
> With this set up I believe we would be able to have a simple first pass at Google Earth

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