Developing geometry-based Web Services for WebLogic | Part 1 by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

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Published on Mon, 28 Oct 2013 11:44:32 +0000 Indexed on 2013/10/28 16:08 UTC
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In a recent project we developed Web Services that expose geographical data in their operations. This blog explains the use case for the service, gives an overview of the software architecture, and briefly discusses GML as markup language for geographical data. Part 2 of this blog provides pointers on the implementation of the service while part 3 discusses the deployment on Oracle WebLogic Server.

Use Case

The "BAG" (Basisregistratie Adressen en Gebouwen) is a Dutch national database containing information on all addresses and buildings in the Netherlands, and is maintained by Dutch municipalities. For several object types the BAG also maintains the associated geographical location and shape; for example for premises and cities. Read the complete article here.

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