If you have a problem when working with GeoServer, then please let us know through the user mailing lists first. Once confirmed, you can open a ticket on JIRA, a bug tracking website we use to manage issue reports.
The issue tracker is not a support forum
If you have questions, or are having a problem please ask on the user list first, also make sure you read the post guidelines before sending mails.
It's best to open a bug report only when the issue has been confirmed by some third party, we often have to close down tickets that are created just out of a misunderstanding or a misconfiguration.
Asking for new improvements and new features
If you are looking for a new feature, or an improvement on existing functionality, we encourage you to open a ticket only after securing the necessary development resources. Please to read this guide to learn how to best deal with this type of requests.
Reporting a security vulnerability
If you encounter a security vulnerability in GeoServer please take care to report the issue in a responsible fashion:
- Keep exploit details out of issue report (send details to email@example.com)
- Mark the issue as a vulnerability.
- Be prepared to work with Project Steering Committee (PSC) members on a solution
- Keep in mind PSC members are volunteers and an extensive fix may require fundraising / resources
Please provide details of the issue by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The address is backed by a private, un-archived and moderated list that only GeoServer PSC members can see.
Access to the issue tracker
First off, make sure what you're reporting is a bug. If you have a question, a improvement/feature request, or you're unsure if you're dealing with a bug, ask on the users list instead (see above).
Also, make sure the issue is not already known by searching the bug tracker, if you find an existing ticket for the issue you can comment on it directly, instead of opening a new one.
- Issue Tracker home page
- Quick search unresolved GeoServer issues:
In the example
v:2.13.2is used search stable version,
c:wmsis used to search only the WMS component.
To comment on a issue, or create a new one, you must be logged in. If you do not have a login you can sign up here.
Once you are logged in there should be a link at the top of the page to 'CREATE'. You will also be able to comment on and watch individual issues.