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KEO Multiple Classfiles Ingestion 2

The module will ingest the given classfiles into an existing collection for the given tile.


Input / Output description:

  • Inlet 1 tile ID (The identifier of the tile for which the new classfiles will be inserted)
  • Inlet 2 input primitive features (An array containing the names of the primitive feature associated with the classfiles to be ingested)
  • Inlet 3 classes (An array of integer defining the maximum number of classes for the ingested primitive features. Integers must be in the 1..255 range (default is 128). This array must have the same dimension of the primitive features one)
  • Inlet 4 classfiles (An array of files containing the classfiles to be ingested for the given tile. Each file must be a single byte, single band GeoTIFF with values in the [0..classes range, with 0 assumed to be the invalid pixel value. Classfiles must have the same image size of the other primitive features already extracted by the ingestion chain and have the same array size of tile IDs)
  • Inlet 5 KARISMA URL (The URL of the KARISMA server to be used, default "http://applications.keo-karisma:80/")
  • Outlet 1 output primitive features (The array of the names of the primitive features ingested for the given tile (same as input))

 

Beyond the common errors conditions (product file not existent, empty collection name, …), the module will fail if:
 

  1. the tile identifier doesn't identify an existent tile in the system;
  2. classes are note in the 1..255 range.
  3. classfiles are not single byte, single band GeoTIFF files with values in the 0..classes range;
  4. classfiles have not the same image size of the other primitive features already extracted by the ingestion chain for the tile’s collection;
  5. primitive feature names, classes and classfiles are arrays with different sizes.


 


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Page last modified on Friday 18 of October 2013 16:29:14 CEST by fspinelli.