Writing processes for deegree WPS

Finally, there’s an updated documentation for writing processes for the deegree WPS. It’s part of the new deegree webservices documentation, which has been released together with deegree 3.2.

deegree WPS is an implementation of the OGC Processing Service specification. Notable features:

  • Implements WPS standard 1.0.0
  • Supports KVP, XML and SOAP requests
  • Pluggable process provider layer
  • Easy-to-use API for implementing Java processes
  • Supports all variants of input/output parameters: literal, bbox, complex (binary and xml)
  • Streaming access for complex input/output parameters
  • Processing of huge amounts of data with minimal memory footprint
  • Supports storing of response documents/output parameters
  • Supports input parameters given inline and by reference
  • Supports RawDataOutput/ResponseDocument responses
  • Supports asynchronous execution (with polling of process status)


For more information, please have a look at the deegree webservices documentation.


About Markus Schneider

Geospatial software developer, CEO of Occam Labs
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