Esri Geoportal Server helps manage the metadata for your geospatial resources. Metadata makes your data more useful to people because it provides an overview and technical specifications for your data.
This LiveDVD runs the geoportal on preconfigured versions of Apache Tomcat and PostreSQL on the OpenSUSE Linux operating system. It was created using SUSE Studio image creation tool.
Esri Geoportal Server was released under the Apache 2.0 license, which allows developers to freely customize and redistribute the software. Source code and documentation are available on GitHub.
Esri Geoportal Server helps you build and administer a geoportal where you can create, manage, and share the metadata for your geospatial resources. It supports common and custom metadata profiles, including FGDC, ISO, INSPIRE, and Dublin Core.
This sample geoportal is preloaded with sample metadata from ArcGIS Online. You can search for resources using the search box on the Geoportal Server home page or perform advanced searching on the Geoportal Server Search tab.
You can publish and manage resources for this sample geoportal on the Geoportal Server Administration tab. There are several methods for publishing resources to the geoportal: Registering, Creating, and Uploading.
You must be logged in to the geoportal to publish:
After publishing a resource, make sure to approve it by clicking on the ‘Administration’ tab, checking the box next to the resource, and selecting “Set as Approved” from the dropdown.
Learn more about publishing metadata →
You can install this LiveDVD implementation directly to your hard drive.
Click the “Install to Hard Drive” icon on the desktop and follow the on-screen instructions.
How to set up an Esri Geoportal Server on Windows/Linux.
Esri Geoportal Server Wiki contains all the detailed help documentation you need to set up and customize your own geoportal.
Thank you for using Esri Geoportal Server!