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Thread: Spatial Data Infrastructure download service as Atom feed

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    Hello
    I am trying to develop a SDI download service which will respond the GetCapabilities request as an Atom feed instead of a normal xml file.
    My task is to create a Web Map Service which will serve maps from geoserver. By sending a GetCapabilities request wms send an xml file as response. but my task is to get the response as an Atom feed. I found that it is possible using Rome library. But how can I do it, can anyone please suggest me the way to complete my tasks.

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    Default Re: Spatial Data Infrastructure download service as Atom feed

    Hello
    I have created a WMS as first step of my task which give me xml file in Get request. and now I have to generate Atom feed, what I am not understanding how can I start doing this with Rome library. Do I need to develop a Servlet inside an Eclipse project?
    and then add the jar files to it. but then what to do for generating Atom? please give me an Idea to start with Atom.

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    Default Re: Spatial Data Infrastructure download service as Atom feed

    This might help you.
    Reading an ATOM feed using Rome and Java | Javalobby
    https://rometools.jira.com/wiki/disp...ndication+feed

    If you still needed help with, let us know here. I hope you will get what you wanted from the above two links.
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