This section contains some other miscellaneous information and configurations that are available for MapStore.
General information about integration between MapStore and geOrchestra¶
geOrchestra MapStore can be configured using the geOrchestra configuration directory.
The configuration directory is enabled through the MapStore data-dir functionality. For more information on this, please look at the official MapStore documentation here
If the datadir is not configured / used in a particular environment, default configurations will be applied. If the datadir is configured, but some of the above mentioned files are missing from it, a default fallback will be used. The fallback will look for files in the web application root folder (webapps/mapstore), so the configurations from the original MapStore war file will be used.
- This allows the administrator to find a good compromise between two conflicting needs:
- customizing your geOrchestra MapStore installation
- allow an easy upgrade to newer versions
It is important to understand that if a configuration file is loaded from the datadir, it will not be upgraded when a new version of the application is installed, and any necessary upgrades should be done manually.
So, our advice is: put a configuration file in the datadir only if you need to customize it.
A particular attention is needed for
localConfig.json: this is where the available MapStore plugins are registered, so,
if you copied it in the datadir, you will need to manually add new plugins when you upgrade to a new version.
MapStore includes the geOrchestra header application on top of the map viewer pages.
Some configuration properties for the header are taken from the geOrchestra
default.properties configuration file.
In particular the following are used:
headerHeight: height of the header app (Defaults to 90px)
headerUrl: url of the header app (Defaults to /header/)
To configure the
default.properties location the default georchestra environment variable is used (
For local development, this must be configured for the JVM: