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Metadata about the properties of the features in a feature collection that can be used in filter expressions.
The queryables are represented as a schema where each queryable is a property. The schema for each queryable is automatically derived from the definition of the property in the feature provider. Supported encodings are JSON Schema and HTML.
Properties that are not objects (or an array of objects) can be declared as a queryable.
If the queryable property is a value, e.g., a string or integer, that is nested in an array, the type of the queryable will be an array of values.
Feature Collections - Queryables implements all requirements and recommendations of chapter 6 ("Queryables") of the draft OGC API - Features - Part 3: Filtering.
The Queryables resource identifies and describes the properties that can be referenced in filter expressions to select specific features that meet the criteria identified in the filter. The response is a JSON Schema document that describes a single JSON object where each property is a queryable.
The identifier of the feature collection.
Select the output format of the response. If no value is provided, the standard HTTP rules apply, i.e., the "Accept" header will be used to determine the format.
Enable the building block?
Sets fixed values for HTTP Caching Headers for the resources.
The list of properties that can be used in CQL2 filter expressions and/or for which filtering query parameters are provided for a collection. Properties that are not of type
The list of properties that would be queryables based on
The character that is used as the path separator in case of object-valued properties. Either
- buildingBlock: QUERYABLES enabled: true included: - * excluded: - foo - bar pathSeparator: UNDERSCORE asQueryParameters: false