To be implemented by objects that can determine the settings of a
The result of a Coverage Database query executed in a background thread.
Reference to a
A layer of grid coverages sharing common properties.
Locale-dependent resources for words or simple sentences.
A connection to a collection of coverages declared in a SQL database.
The event delivered when the content of a Coverage Database changes.
An envelope holding the spatio-temporal extent and preferred resolution of a coverage.
Wrap a coverage-sql database as a CoverageStore.
Wrap coverage-sql as a coverage-store.
A Swing Table Model listing coverages entries.
A grid coverage reader for a layer.
A grid coverage writer for a layer.
A structure which contain the information to be added in the Coverage Database for a new coverage reference.
Thrown when a proposed change in the content of a Coverage Database is not allowed.
Propertiesmap, which are given to the
CoverageDatabaseconstructor. The properties map can contain the following optional entries:
The JDBC URL to the database (only if no
The user name.
The database schema to use. The default is to use the PostgreSQL
The timezone for the dates in the database. Default is UTC.
The root directory of image files. Paths declared in the database are relative to that directory.
CoverageDatabasecan be used in different ways. Some methods can be invoked directly on the
It is also possible to get aCoverageDatabase db = new CoverageDatabase(...); CoverageQuery query = new CoverageQuery(db); CoverageEnvelope env = query.getEnvelope(); env.setHorizontalRange(...); // Convenience method for setting the horizontal dimension. env.setTimeRange(...); // Convenience method for setting the temporal dimension. query.setEnvelope(env); // As a matter of principle, but actually not necessary. query.setLayer("My Layer"); FutureQuery<GridCoverage2D> fc = db.readSlice(query); // Do some other work here while the coverage is loaded in background. GridCoverage2D coverage = fc.result();
LayerCoverageReaderinstance, which give access to the same functionalities through the
Defined in the
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