Thanks Jason, it's great to have a place to start!

On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 5:51 PM Jason Newmoyer <ja...@newmoyergeospatial.com>
wrote:

> Jim,
>
> You're in for a real treat! RPF data can be quite frustrating to work
> with. At a high level, we usually use GDAL to retile and convert it to
> geotiff,  then create ImageMoasic layers in GeoServer.
>
> Here's some basic steps you need to take:
>
> 1) Identify which layers you want to create, i.e. TLM100, TLM50, etc. They
> are coded by file extension, and you'll probably want to get a hold of the
> MIL SPEC to figure it out.
> 2) Use gdal_retile to simultaneously convert to geotiff (usually LZW
> compress them) and retile the images into more manageable sizes, like 16k x
> 16x for example. RPF tiles are tiny, so won't perform well in an ImageMosaic
> 3)  Create an ImageMosaic store for each layer, and publish. Pay attention
> to the Coverage Parameters section. You'll have to experiment a little to
> get the desired effect.
>
>
>
>
> Jason Newmoyer
> Newmoyer Geospatial Solutions
> 843.606.0424
> ja...@newmoyergeospatial.com
>
>
>
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 9:48 AM, Jim Gallogly <gallo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I am completely new to geoserver so any guidance is helpful.
>>
>> I am running geoserver 2.13.0 on windows. I have CDARG Map data I am
>> trying to load. So I try to create a new "Store" for it and I am asked to
>> select a Data Source but I am not sure what my data source is or how to
>> import it.
>>
>> Since its CDARG I am assuming its one of the Raster Sources. However each
>> one has a Connection parameter file:data/example.extension and I am not
>> sure what to browse for or which one to select
>>
>> My Directory structor looks like this
>>
>>    - CMB_RPF_TLM50.mdb
>>    - CMB_RPF_TLM50.idb
>>    - esri.idb
>>       - Images
>>       - _RPF
>>          - CDRG
>>             - TLM50
>>                - RPF
>>                   - A.TOC
>>                   - Data
>>                      - *.tl1
>>
>> I also have a TML100 set as well
>>
>> any help on how to get me started would be greatly appreciated!
>>
>> Thanks
>>
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