This repository includes the Python source code for the Voyager Search processing tasks, location workers and extractors.
- The processing framework for Voyager Search is written entirely in Python. Tasks are geoprocessing operations that can be run on search results.
- For more information about using the processing tasks, refer to the documentation located here, Processing
- For more information about creating custom tasks, refer to the developer documentation located here, Create a new processing task
- In version 1.9.4, Voyager Search added support for indexing databases using Python, allowing users to create a new custom location that permits the indexing of multiple tables or collections at one time. Each record in each table becomes an item indexed in Voyager Search. For more information and examples for indexing locations, refer to the documentation located here, Indexing Tables.
- These workers are developed entirely in Python and can be extended to support additional database types.
- These are Python based extractors for reading the properties of data and indexing that information. This project is in development and only one sample extractor is currently available here.
- Clone the repo.
- Voyager Search - Voyager will install the following 32bit libraries: GDAL, pyodbc, pymongo, pyzmq, cx_Oracle and requests.
- For most processing tasks, ArcGIS is required (preferably ArcGIS 10.1 or higher). ArcGIS will include the arcpy Python library.
- Python 2.6 is installed and required for ArcGIS 10.0.
- Python 2.7 is installed and required for ArcGIS 10.1, 10.2 and 10.3.
- Python 3.x can be used but will not work with ArcGIS.
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