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Refer to metacat.war deployments since those are now the default. https://projects.ecoinformatics.org/ecoinfo/issues/6082

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geoserver.rst
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is used to configure GeoServer to use this shared data directory. To further 
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configure GeoServer, use the Web-based configuration utility, 
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which is available at: http://your.server.com/context/geoserver.jsp 
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(e.g., http://knb.ecoinformatics.org/knb/geoserver.jsp). 
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(e.g., http://knb.ecoinformatics.org/metacat/geoserver.jsp). 
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Common configuration tasks include:
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To add a map to a Web page, simply include the map interface using an iframe:: 
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  <iframe scrolling="no" frameborder="0" width="780" height="420" 
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          src="/knb/style/common/spatial/map.jsp">
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          src="/metacat/style/common/spatial/map.jsp">
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  </iframe>
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The map URL, ``/knb/style/common/spatial/map.jsp``, is 
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The map URL, ``/metacat/style/common/spatial/map.jsp``, is 
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the default map interface. If you plan to customize the map interface, copy
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the map.jsp file into your skin's directory (either the default or 
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customized skin directory). 
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  cp -r style/common/spatial/map.jsp /style/skins/<myskin>/spatial
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You can access the customized map with the URL: ``/knb/style/skins/<myskin>/spatial/map.jsp`` 
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You can access the customized map with the URL: ``/metacat/style/skins/<myskin>/spatial/map.jsp`` 
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Configuring the Size and Initial Extent of the Map
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:doc:`configuration` for directions). Once the file has been copied, you can 
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modify the map's initial extent in: ``${skin.dir}/spatial/map.jsp``.
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To change the maps initial extent, edit the bounding box. The default is to 
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To change the map's initial extent, edit the bounding box. The default is to 
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show the entire globe. The ``initMap()`` function should also be given the skin 
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name so that spatial search results can be correctly styled.
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  <option value=“-149.725,68.475 -149.3254,68.725”> Arctic LTER (ARC)</option>
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  <option value="-149.725,68.475 -149.3254,68.725"> Arctic LTER (ARC)</option>
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Configuring the Visual Portrayal of Geospatial Data (e.g., symbology and color)
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1. Point your browser to ``http://your.server/geoserver``, log in to GeoServer, 
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   and navigate to the "Data Stores" configuration page under ``Data > Stores``. 
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2. Create a new vector data source from a Shapefile in the “metacat” workspace.
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2. Create a new vector data source from a Shapefile in the "metacat" workspace.
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.. figure:: images/screenshots/image055.png
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   :align: center
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   GeoServer's Layer Preview allows you to see an OpenLayer rendering of the new layer.
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8. Copy the default ``map.js`` file that assembles the map in OpenLayers 
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   (``style/common/spatial/map.js``) to your skins spatial directory.
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9. Edit the init() method to include your new layer in the map  either as an 
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   (``style/common/spatial/map.js``) to your skin's spatial directory.
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9. Edit the init() method to include your new layer in the map - either as an 
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   overlay or as a base layer.
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10. Point your browser to the map interface. Your new layer should appear with 
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    the existing ones.
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There are hundreds of sources of spatial data made publically available 
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through WMS (check out http://wms-sites.com for a good catalog). To add these 
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data sources to your map, add the layers in your skins ``spatial/map.js`` file.
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data sources to your map, add the layers in your skin's ``spatial/map.js`` file.
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Spatial Queries
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An example of a spatial query string is::
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  http://localhost/knb/metacat?action=spatial_query&xmin=-117.5&xmax=-64&ymin=3&ymax=46&skin=default
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  http://localhost/metacat/metacat?action=spatial_query&xmin=-117.5&xmax=-64&ymin=3&ymax=46&skin=default
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Where ``xmin``, ``xmax``, ``ymin`` and ``ymax`` represent the western, eastern, 
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southern and northern bounding coordinates (the "bounding box"), respectively. 

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