Opened 10 years ago
Closed 10 years ago
#2309 closed defect (fixed)
raster2pgsql tries to process auth, code even with srid specified
|Reported by:||robe||Owned by:||Bborie Park|
I have this huge sid file I chopped up into jpegs each with an *.jpg.aux.xml denoting projection info. However in the raster2pgsql call, I explicitly state the srid. So not sure why raster2pgsql has to check the srs and authcode. I assumed it would only do that if an srid is not specified and it has to try to infer the srid.
raster2pgsql -I -e -F -C -Y -s 2249 *.jpg aerials.boston_2011 | psql
Gives this notice:
INFO: Cound not get auth name and code. The SRS may be custom
This is using raster2pgsql compiled with GDAL 1.10.0
Change History (4)
by , 10 years ago
comment:1 by , 10 years ago
comment:2 by , 10 years ago
After taking a look at the code, the SRID you specify is what is actually applied. In the process on converting the GDAL dataset to raster, the code automatically tries to set the SRID. It is this automatic process that is emitting that INFO message.
After the GDAL dataset has been converted to raster, your specified SRID (2249) is applied to the raster.
So, not ideal as it is a source of confusion. But your data is still valid.
The spelling error is definitely a blocker though
comment:3 by , 10 years ago
|Status:||new → closed|
Fixed in r11410
Minor gripe. I don't think cound has any relevance in this context