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KEO Search

The module retrieves tile identifiers for the given collection based on the given search parameters.


Input / Output description:

  • Inlet 1 collection (The name of the collection where tiles will be searched into)
  • Inlet 2 min longitude (The minimum longitude value (degrees in the -180, 180 value range), default "-180")
  • Inlet 3 max longitude (The maximum longitude value (degrees in the -180, 180 value range), default "180")
  • Inlet 4 min latitude (The minimum latitude value (degrees in the -90, 90 value range), default "-90")
  • Inlet 5 max latitude (The aximum latitude value (degrees in the -90, 90 value range), default "90")
  • Inlet 6 start date/time (The starting date/time string (MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss, Can be null to search the entire catalogue, default “null”)
  • Inlet 7 end date/time (The ending date/time string (MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss, Can be null to search the entire catalogue, default “null”))
  • Inlet 8 feature label (The name of a Feature Label, default “null”))
  • Inlet 9 ordering (One of the following 3 strings (case insensitive): PROBABILITY, SEPARABILITY, COVERAGE. PROBABILITY will be used if the given value didn’t match one of the above strings. This parameter is not meaningful if feature label is null, default “ORDERING_PROBABILITY”)
  • Inlet 10 ascending (TRUE if the ordering must be ascending, FALSE otherwise. This parameter is not meaningful if feature label is null, default "false")
  • Inlet 11 count (The number of tile identifiers to be returned (if the collection contains less tiles than required, the returned number of tiles will be less than required). Can be null to let KARISMA server to return default number of tile identifiers. Default "20")
  • Inlet 12 KARISMA URL (The URL of the KARISMA server to be used, default "http://applications.keo-karisma:80/")
  • Outlet 13 tile IDs (An array of identifiers of the found tiles coming from the given collection)


Beyond the common errors conditions (empty name, …), the module will fail if:

  1. collection name doesn't identify an existent collection in the system;
  2. count is negative;
  3. badly formatted TOI strings (start date/time and end date/time).

Contributors to this page: fspinelli .

Page last modified on Friday 18 of October 2013 16:31:56 CEST by fspinelli.