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  • 1. 1 #Sign up! 2 Web UI! 3 ! 4 #####Install the command line tools (you can use the web for some but not all)! 5 Not going to install now. If you are comfortable with Web be aware that you cant complete the whole … flow! 6 ! 7 #####Create a domain ! 8 rhc domain create -n <yourDomainName> -l spousty+spatial@redhat.com ! 9 !10 #####Create an application - both are Java - one is called geoserver, the other is called parks!11 rhc app create -g medium -t jbossas-7 -a geoserver!12 !13 nodejs-0.6, jbossas-7, python-2.6, jenkins-1.4, ruby-1.8, diy-0.1, php-5.3, perl-5.10!14 !15 #####Add a cartridge if needed - start with Postgresql!16 rhc app cartridge add -a geoserver -c postgresql-8.4 !17 !18 mongodb-2.0, cron-1.4, mysql-5.1, postgresql-8.4, haproxy-1.4, 10gen-mms-agent-0.1, phpmyadmin-3.4, … metrics-0.1, rockmongo-1.1, jenkins-client-1.4!19 !20 #####SSH into your “server” and look at env variables!21 ssh!22 !23 ENV!24 !25 !26 ######Here are the instructions for getting wordpress up and running!27 https://github.com/openshift/wordpress-example!28 !29 !30 !31 !32 !33 ####################################################!34 #####SCP the data files we will need for later exercises!35 scp parkcoord.sql <ssh string>:/geoserver/data!36 !37 !38 #####Make our Postgresql db spatial!39 ssh into the machine!40 !41 psql -d geoserver -c "create language plpgsql;"!42 psql -d geoserver -f /usr/share/pgsql/contrib/postgis-64.sql!43 psql -d geoserver -f /usr/share/pgsql/contrib/spatial_ref_sys.sql!44 !45 !46 ######create the table!47 CREATE TABLE parkpoints!48 (!49 gid serial NOT NULL,!50 name text, -- name of the park!51 the_geom geometry,!52 CONSTRAINT parkpts_pk PRIMARY KEY (gid ),!53 CONSTRAINT enforce_dims_the_geom CHECK (st_ndims(the_geom) = 2),!54 CONSTRAINT enforce_geotype_the_geom CHECK (geometrytype(the_geom) = POINT::text OR the_geom IS … NULL),!55 CONSTRAINT enforce_srid_the_geom CHECK (st_srid(the_geom) = 4326)!56 )!57 WITH (!58 OIDS=FALSE!59 );!60 !61 COMMENT ON COLUMN parkpoints.name IS name of the park;!62 !63 #####Make the spatial index!
  • 2. 64 CREATE INDEX parkpoints_spatial_idx ON parkpoints USING gist (the_geom );! 65 ! 66 ######back out to the command line to load the data! 67 psql -f geoserver/data/parkcoord.sql parkpoints! 68 ! 69 #####Go in and do a query! 70 psql geoserver! 71 SELECT gid, name FROM parkpoints WHERE ST_DWithin(SRID=4326;POINT(-103.8 44.6),the_geom, 1);! 72 ! 73 ####################################################! 74 #####On to MongoDB spatial! 75 ! 76 #####create another app - called parks! 77 rhc app create -g medium -t python-2.6 -a parks! 78 ! 79 nodejs-0.6, jbossas-7, python-2.6, jenkins-1.4, ruby-1.8, diy-0.1, php-5.3, perl-5.10! 80 ! 81 #####Add a cartridge of mongodb! 82 rhc app cartridge add -a parks -c mongodb-2.0! 83 ! 84 #####scp our data up to the server! 85 scp parkcoord.json <ssh string>:parks/data/! 86 ! 87 #####ssh into the machine! 88 ssh <ssh string>! 89 ! 90 #####import into mongo! 91 mongoimport -d parks -c parkpoints --type json --file parks/data/parkcoord.json -h … $OPENSHIFT_NOSQL_DB_HOST -u admin -p <your mongo password>! 92 ! 93 #####open the mongo shell! 94 mongo -u admin -p <your password> $OPENSHIFT_NOSQL_DB_HOST/parks! 95 ! 96 #####build the index! 97 db.parkpoints.ensureIndex({"pos":"2d"});! 98 ! 99 #####Now some queries!100 #####simple spatial!101 db.parkpoints.find({"pos" : { "$near" : [-37, 41]}});!102 !103 #####spatial and text query using regex!104 db.parkpoints.find( { Name : /lincoln/i, pos : { $near : [-37,41] }} );!105 !106 #####geonear TODO!107 db.runCommand({ geoNear : "parkpoints", near : [-37,41], num : 10 });!108 !109 !110 ####################################################!111 #####Now to load geoserver !112 #copy the modified war file into the git deployment directory!113 #need to add the jboss-services.xml into the war file! !114 #Make changes in your git repo!115 git add .!116 git commit -m "adding geoserver"!117 git push!118 !119 #wait for it to deploy!120 #then hit the url and work away!121 #lets hook up postgis from before!122 #preview the layer!123 !124 !125 !126 !127 !128 !
  • 3. 129 !130 #Make changes in your git repo!131 git add .!132 git commit -m "my first commit"!133 git push!134 !135 #SSH into your “server” and look at env variables!136 ssh!137 !138 ENV!139 !140 #WIN!!141 !142