Friday, June 26, 2009
All users should make note of this raster projection issue. We will post a notice as soon as the issue is resolved.
Apologies for cross-postings, you will receive a similar note if you have downloaded rasters from GeoStor this week.
posted from the GeoStor Blog http://geostor.blogspot.com/
Monday, June 22, 2009
We are experiencing some serious issues with Apache Tomcat right now so the entire GeoStor 5.0 site is down. I have redirected all the traffic to the new site so please use that until we can determine what is causing Tomcat to crash within minutes of starting up.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Summary of Bugs:
1. Raster downloads fail to submit the requested file and perform requested actions (format, projection)
2. Vector downloads fail to submit the requested file and perform requested actions (format, projection)
3. DRG are being delievered with null values related to black
We will be working to resolve these issues as quickly as possible.
Friday, June 5, 2009
Public Water Systems was developed by the Arkansas Department of Health. Work is still underway but a significant amount of progress has been made.
Electric Service Territories was developed by a number of electric service providers. AGIO staff compiled their work into a single file. This file is also still under development, but a significant amount of the state has been covered.
Look for more updates in the coming months.
Thursday, June 4, 2009
In the coming weeks you will begin to notice links to GeoStor 5.0 will redirect you to the beta version. Do not be alarmed. This is only intended to assist in additional beta testing. Dates to be aware of:
June 8, 2009: Various links on the GeoStor 5.0 Homepage will redirect to GeoStor 6.0
June 17, 2009: Various ArcIMS Services will be stopped. Ones we plan to keep will be accessible via http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/arcgis/services (click here to learn how to connect)
Our intent is to leave the geostor.arkansas.gov DNS in place and redirect it to beta.geostor.arkansas.gov when the final transition is completed. We believe this will prevent you from having to reconnect to the various services when GeoStor 6.0 goes to full production. We are still investigating this and apologize for any inconvenience.
We are continuing to work with the application custodians and hope to have their applications transitioned and fully functional by the end of the month. We also anticipate the addition of some more data by the end of the month. Watch for updates.
As always, please drop a note if you have problems.