This article explains which end points you can typically expect when using LuciadFusion Studio.

The service end points are created as follows:

  • ogc/wms/{instanceName}: for serving all supported data formats, including LuciadFusion coverages.

  • ogc/wmts/{instanceName}:for serving all supported data formats, including LuciadFusion coverages.

  • ogc/wfs/{instanceName}: for serving all supported vector data on-the-fly.

  • ogc/wcs/{instanceName}: for serving all supported raster data formats, including LuciadFusion RASTER coverages.

  • ogc/csw/{instanceName}: for serving all metadata.

  • ogc/3dtiles/{instanceName}/tileset.json: for serving all supported point cloud and mesh data.

  • panoramic/{instancename}/cubemap.json: for serving all supported panoramic image data.

  • file/{instanceName}: for serving all data formats as a simple file server. Can be used to publish files as is.

  • lts/{instanceName}: for serving fused coverages and elevation data.

The management end points are created as follows:

  • studio/index.html: The start page of the LuciadFusion Studio Web Application. You use it to configure the data you serve. The web application comes with integrated user documentation.

  • studio/service/api: Endpoint for obtaining info about the REST API.

  • tileengine/lts: Used by the Data Connectivity Manager (DCM) to control the Tiling Engine.

    If you created tile stores in LuciadFusion V2016 or older, you can configure the Fusion Server to use those existing tile stores on this end point. Find the value of the parameter fusion.tilestore.home in the web deployment descriptor file web.xml. Follow the instructions in the deployment guide and in the relevant configuration files.

  • actuators/{actuatorId}: Used to access the available actuators.

    Actuators are small endpoints to help you monitor and manage your application when it is pushed to production. Most of those actuators are provided by Spring Boot. For an overview of all possible Spring Boot Actuators, see the Spring Boot documentation at https://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/current/reference/html/production-ready-features.html#production-ready-endpoints.

    In addition, Luciad provides a custom actuator that lists all actuators loaded in the LuciadFusion Plaform. This actuator’s {actuatorId} is endpointList. It is mapped to actuators/endpointList.