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Common attributes

Attribute

TYPE
POSSIBLE VALUES /
GUI POSSIBLE VALUES

Description

id 
Id  

Id of layer

title
String  

Layer title

description
String  

Description will be displayed in WMS/WMTS capabilities

styles
  name
   dataProduct
     id
 
String

Id

Styles section
Name of style

Id of data product

orderHint 
Integer 

Hint for layer's place in layer list

instance id
Id  

Id of instance

dataset id  
Id   

Id of dataset

datasetSource 
Url 

Source of dataset

defaultStyleName
"default"

The default rendering style to use for the selected product on this layer. This will be used if no other style is specified.

datasourceDefaults

 
 timeRange
   startTime
     type
       value
     type
       value
       unit
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   endTime
 maxCloudCoverage
 upsampling
 
 
 
 
 
 downsampling
 
 
 
 
 
 
 previewMode  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
mosaickingOrder
type
S2L1C,
S2L2A
 
 
ABSOLUTE
Year-Month-DayTHour:Minute:Second.Microsecond
RELATIVE
Integer
 
MILLENIUM,
CENTURY,
QUARTER,
WEEK,
DAY,
HOUR,
MINUTE
 
Double
type
 
NEAREST,
BILINEAR,
BICUBIC,
 
type
 
NEAREST,
BILINEAR,
BICUBIC,
BOX
 
 
DETAIL,
PREVIEW,
 
EXTENDED_PREVIEW
 
 
 
 
 
mostRecent,
leastRecent,
leastCC

Data source settings

 
 
Time range described by start/end time
Start time of time range. Can be specified with relative or absolute values
Date and time in absolute format
Example: "2017-11-20T18:24:25.004200"
 
Number of time units format
Type of time unit
 
 
 
 
 
 
Same structure as start time
Maximum cloud coverage in percent
Image upsampling mode. Happens, when input data is scaled up to the bigger target size. Nearest neighbor is fastest, bicubic is the best.
Nearest neighbour - fastest
Bilinear
Bicubic - best
 
Image downsampling mode. Happens, when input data is scaled down to the smaller target size. Nearest neighbor is fastest, bicubic is the best.
Nearest neighbour - fastest
Bilinear
Bicubic - best
Average downsampling
 
 
0 - Only high resolution data from the selected datasource will be used.
1 - In addition to high resolution data, lower resolution generated data will be used for further zoomed out viewing.
This method also uses data from pregenerated tiles for the most zoomed out views, otherwise it behaves the same as method 1. Because the tiles are pregenerated this means we will be unable to use many custom parameters at those levels.
 
Select the ordering of tiles for mosaicking. Tiles which will fit the selected order better will be placed on top.
Most recent on top
Least recent on top
With least cloud cover on top

Additional attributes (per datasource)

Attribute

TYPE
POSSIBLE VALUES /
GUI POSSIBLE VALUES

Description

DatasourceDefaults
   atmosphericCorrection
TYPE
"S2L1C"
 
NONE,
DOS1,
SENCOR

 
 
Atmospheric correction can be
no correction
Simpler and somewhat less accurate as well as available only for RGB bands
Based on Sen2cor and is available for all bands, with the exception of band 10, but might not be available for all tiles. In this case the system will use DOS1 calculation instead for those tiles.