- Application Package
General term that refers to “what and how the :term:`Process` will execute”. Application Packages provide the core details about the execution methodology of the underlying operation the Process provides, and are therefore always contained within a Process definition. This is more specifically represented by a CWL specification in the case of Weaver implementation, but could technically be defined by another similar approach. See Application Package section for all relevant details.
Amazon Web Services
Containerized and isolated environment platform that allows all required dependencies of an application or software to be packaged in a single image in order to correctly execute the virtualized application.
Ontology that regroups multiple definitions, amongst which Weaver looks up some of its known and supported MIME-types (EDAM media types) when resolving file formats. It is used as extension to IANA media types by providing additional formats that are more specifics to some data domains.
Inputs and/or Outputs of CWL and/or WPS depending on context.
Definition of a Process execution state with applicable operation metadata.
- OGC API - Processes
Protocol of lookup and retrieval of remotely stored files. Please refer to OpenSearch Data Source for details.
Entity that describes the required inputs, produced outputs, and any applicable metadata for the execution of the defined script, calculation, or operation.
Simple Storage Service (AWS S3), bucket file storage.
Well-Known Text geometry representation.
- Web Processing Service.From a formal standpoint, this is the previous OGC standard iteration that was employed prior to OGC API - Processes to represent a server that host one or more Process for execution. When compared against CWL context or generally across Weaver documentation and code, this term refers to attributes that are specific to typical Process description, in contrast to specialized attributes introduced by other concepts, such as for example CWL-specific implementation details.
- Extensible Markup LanguageAlternative representation of some data object provided by the application. Requires appropriate
Acceptheader to return this format. See OpenAPI Specification for details.