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From Harsha Kumara <>
Subject Re: Integrating OGC"s WPS capabilities with Apache Airavata
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2013 17:11:50 GMT
Thanks a lot Chris and Martin for pointing out the value of a SIS in
geoscience domain. Now we have able to create workflows of WPS processes
using PyWPS tool after doing some changes in PyWPS WSDL generation. So now
moving forward and we will definitely integrate the capabilities of SIS to
our project. We have finish our main research recently and now
analyzing through some potential architectures of the system.


On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 1:06 AM, Martin Desruisseaux <> wrote:

> Hello Amila
> Le 08/06/13 20:02, AMILA RANATUNGA a écrit :
>  Thanks a lot for the reply. This solution tries to expose Airavata
>> workflow as WPS. We also create portal for geoscience related activities
>> (Using apache Rave). We just begun by loading some WPS,WFS data on
>> openlayers.   It will be great if we can adapt SIS into our project. What
>> will be the new features on SIS 0.3? Is the georss the only way of loading
>> data to SIS? When will OGC WFS, WMS, WPS be supported on SIS?
> The code for WMS/WFS/WPS exist in the projects to be ported to SIS, but
> unfortunately in may take a year before I get them ported... I'm sorry I
> can't be faster, and of course I fully understand if such delay would be
> too long...
> However even if WMS/WFS/WPS is not yet in SIS, the services provided by
> SIS is likely to be of some use. For example WMS/WFS/WPS contains some
> metadata objects provided by SIS. Coordinate transformation services is the
> next work to be provided by SIS in the coming months.
>     Regards,
>     Martin

*Harsha Kumara*
*Department of Computer Science and Engineering*
*University of Moratuwa*
*Sri Lanka.*

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