Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of WKTRasterTutorial01


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Jun 10, 2010, 2:03:02 PM (12 years ago)
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    4646The resulting sql commands are copied to the .sql file using the ">" pipe command.
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    48 You can then execute the sql file with psql like this:
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    50 {{{
    51     >psql -f C:\Temp\cariboupoints.sql demodb   
     48Assuming you have already created a database when you installed PostGIS and that you named it "tutorial01", you can then execute the sql file with "psql" like this:
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     50{{{
     51    >psql -f C:\Temp\cariboupoints.sql tutorial01
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    61  2.  Create a connection to PostGIS by clicking the icon on the right of the connection field and  adding a new connection with the name of your choice, the "localhost" server, at port "5432", on your database instance (here "demodb") with your PostgreSQL username and password. Click OK to establish the connection.
     61 2.  Create a connection to PostGIS by clicking the icon on the right of the connection field and  adding a new connection with the name of your choice, the "localhost" server, at port "5432", on your database instance (here "tutorial01") with your PostgreSQL username and password. Click OK to establish the connection.
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    109109{{{
    110     >psql -f C:\Temp\Pierre\Data\SRTM\srtm.sql demodb
     110    >psql -f C:\Temp\Pierre\Data\SRTM\srtm.sql tutorial01
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