Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of FdoSQLServerSpatialNotes


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Oct 27, 2008, 8:59:13 AM (14 years ago)
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robertfortin
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  • FdoSQLServerSpatialNotes

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    4545Note: If the coordinate system has an EPSG code, use that code as the SRID. Otherwise, use an SRID that is not an EPSG code.
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    47 The ExtendedCoordSys.txt is composed of the following information (it can be copied and pasted into the file directly as // represent comments)
     47See the info on [http://trac.osgeo.org/fdo/wiki/ExtendedCoordSys ExtendedCoordSys.txt].
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    49 // [[BR]]
    50 //The format for each line in this file is:[[BR]]
    51 //[[BR]]
    52 //     <SRID> <Coordinate System Name> <WKT>[[BR]]
    53 //[[BR]]
    54 // where:[[BR]]
    55 //     SRID: is the SRID for each coordinate system. For all coordinate systems initially in the file, the SRID[[BR]]
    56 //         is the coordinate system's EPSG number.[[BR]]
    57 //[[BR]]
    58 //     Coordinate System Name: the coordinate system name. [[BR]]
    59 //[[BR]]
    60 //     WKT: a string in Open Geospatial Well-Known Text format. [[BR]]
    61 //[[BR]]
    62 //         Only Geodetic or Projected coordinate systems can be listed so the WKT must start with either GEOGCS or [[BR]]
    63 //         PROJCS. [[BR]]
    64 //[[BR]]
    65 // Each field must be separated by spaces (sorry, no tabs). [[BR]]
    66 //[[BR]]
    67 // Coordinate System Name can have embedded spaces (though this is probably unlikely). All words after the EPSG number,[[BR]]
    68 // up to before the WKT, are treated as part of the Coordinate System name. [[BR]]
    69 //[[BR]]
    70 // The file must reside in the FDO com directory (A sub-directory named 'com' that is in the same directory as the [[BR]]
    71 // SQLServerSpatial provider DLL). [[BR]]
    72 //[[BR]]
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