The geological borehole, depth profile and layer-data and some background-data such as topographical maps were setup as services, mainly in a PostGreSQL/PostGIS and GeoServer environment. Both webclients are fully client-side based applications, for the 3D-client WebGL for rendering is used and all data is delivered via standarized services. For the 3D-data the X3D format is used, which is not an official OGC standard yet but delivers phantastic possibilities for 3D-modelling of data in a webbased environment. The talk will focus on some of the high-end announced requirements, especially to the 3D-webclient such as gazetteers, FeatureInfo or dynamic load of services such as WMS or WFS. A special task is the delivering of borehole data as BoreholeML, for which the GeoServer app-schema extension was used. From a technical point of view especially the development of a GeoExt-like library which connects X3dom and ExtJs 4.x is an interesting part. With this solution, elements such as gazetteers and presentation-masks for requested attribute data could be used in both 2D- and 3D-client. At the end some live impressions of the application will be shown.