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The Koop Provider MarkLogic enables communication with several Esri applications. The provider is a configurable component that allows documents in MarkLogic to be queried and exposed as Esri Features through one or more Esri Feature Services.
The git tag 1.0.0 is for the tested connector prior to the MarkLogic Geo Data Services code split from this repo. The git tag 1.1.0 is for the connector after the MarkLogic Geo Data Services split and will therefore need you to make use of an mlBundle to build feature services into your codebase.
The connector has two primary components:
The Koop provider plugin runs as a Node.js Express server and makes calls out to the MarkLogic Geo Data Service to service queries.
Koop parses incoming feature service requests and hands them off to the MarkLogic Koop provider plugin via the defined plugin API function and request object. The plugin is a "pass though" plugin so almost all of the logic is implemented in the REST resource extension running in MarkLogic.
Reponses from the MarkLogic Koop provider plugin are GeoJSON objects (with some minor extensions). The GeoJSON reponses are returned back to Koop and Koop transforms the GeoJSON into the required Esri JSON response objects. The GeoJSON returned from MarkLogic must be in WGS84 coordinate reference system and Koop will do any required transformations if the client requested data in a CRS other than WGS84.
Supports running with HTTP as well as HTTPS.
For information on how to configure MarkLogic, please see the marklogic-geo-data-services project.
Not all the capabilities defined in the feature service API spec have been implemented. Most notable is that this is a read-only API and it currently support "generateRenderer" requests. Many of the limitations are documented and tracked as enhancement issues.
The connector currently supports connecting to MarkLogic as a single user. Additional work needs to be done to develop an enhanced security model for the connector and how it will work with Esri tools.
We could only get Esri Insights to work with HTTP requests on port 80 and HTTPS requests on port 443. Running on these ports often requires sudo privileges. If you are not using Esri Insights though, you can likely just disable SSL and run Koop on a port other than 80. Please see your
/config/<environment>.json to modify the ports and protocols Koop will utilize.
The project uses the node config package to manage configurations. Update the necessary
config/FILENAME.json file. You can use the
config/default.json as a starting point. To make use of your configuration execute
export NODE_ENV=<environment> before you run
The test project uses the above node settings for the node server and gradle properties plugin to manage environment properties for gradle. Create a
/test/gradle-<environment>.properties file to specify your environment settings that match your
The following properties can be overriden:
mlAppName=<the name of the connector> mlHost=<host> mlRestPort=<port> koopMlUsername=<username> koopMlPassword=<password> # Koop server setttings # Port the feature service will service HTTP requests on koopPort=<http port> # Whether or not to enable an HTTPS server as well koopSSLEnabled=<true|false> # Port the feature service will service HTTPS requests on koopSSLPort=<https port> # The SSL certificate to user for the HTTPS server koopSSLCert=<path to certificate pem file> # The SSL certificate key to user for the HTTPS server koopSSLKey=<path to the certificate public key file>
-PenvironmentName=<environment> argument when running gradle to utilize your configuration, you can copy the
/test/gradle.properties default file as a starting point.
NPM 6.4.1 Node 10.2.1 MarkLogic 9.0-10 MarkLogic Geo Data Services 1.1.0
The connector uses Koop as the client-facing HTTP/S service. Koop utilizes a Node.js Express server to handle feature service requests.
Koop's settings for this provider are stored in
The connector Feature service URLs are structured as follows
The service name is set via the
info.name property in the service descriptor of the marklogic-geo-data-services configuration.
The example feature service will be available at the following URL (if deployed):
If you didn't change any of the defaults, you can use this link to test access http://localhost/marklogic/GDeltExample/FeatureServer
To retrieve the first 10 features from layer 0, use the following link http://localhost/marklogic/GDeltExample/FeatureServer/0/query?where=1=1&resultRecordCount=10