The SOSmobile is removed from the main development of th e52°North SOS and the further development has stopped.
The latest state of the SSOmobile can be downloaded from the SVN branch:
This page is nascent. For general information about the SOSmobile see the attached document Providing Mobile Sensor Data in a Standardized Way - The SOSmobile Web Service Interface
by by Christoph Stasch, Arne Bröring and Alexander C. Walkowski.
Problems and Motivation
The following attributes of the UpdateSensor
Operation are stored in a seperate table, procedure_history, together with the corresponding procedure_id:
- time_stamp: A time stamp denoting the time and date of the change
- position: A geometry denoting the position of the sensor
- active: A boolean denoting whether the sensor was active, i.e. not in a sleep or disabled state, and thereby collecting data at the time of the update
- mobile: A boolean denoting whether the sensor is moving at the time of the update
Donwload and Install
The sources for the mobileSOS are located in the SOS branches folder. The name of the branch is 52n-mobileSOS. HowTo
get the sources from the SVN is descibred in the SvnSos
tutorial. Only the sources location differs and here is the link for the mobileSOS sources.
The installation guide is similar to the installation guide of the standard SOS which is called the SosTutorial
. There is one additional property you have to set in the build.properties file and some properties have additional parameters which are described in the following table.
| Comma separated list of the request listeners which are implemented (without white space!). Change this only if you have implemented further request listeners to support further operations.
Following additional listeners are implemented for the mobileSOS
| SOS 1.0.0 HttpPostRequestDecoder implementation (implementation of IhttpPostRequestDecoder) (HttpPostRequestDecoderMobile for mobileSOS)(ADVANCED)
| SOS 1.0.0 HttpGetRequestDecoder implementation (implementation of IhttpGetRequestDecoder) (HttpGetRequestDecoderMobile for mobileSOS) (ADVANCED)
| Property indicates, whether SOS supports mobile requests ; (default := true) (ADVANCED)
Use mobile extensions
- add the attribute
mobileEnabled="true" to all requests
- add Listeners for the new Operations in config.properties, e.g.
An implementation of the new and adapted Operations is currently developed for the OXFramework.
- Main.danielnuest - 04 Feb 2009