finding the correct transformation (from EPSG:31300 to EPSG:4326) or how to store two srid in one table
I have a very specific problem. I have data crossing two coordinate-systems, more specifically: the Netherlands and Belgium. Previously the data was stored in one table in Oracle, using the RD ...
I am converting Oracle spatial database to postgis. Most of of the spatial data is 2.5d. Meaning we have a Z-coordinate which indicates the depth/height of the element compared to soil level. Getting ...
I am converting a spatial Oracle database to POSTGIS, and one of the problems I encounter is that we use SRID in Oracle that do not exist in POSTGIS. I am talking about the following SRID: 90112 : ...
Geometry is in PostgreSQL database. It is valid. Geometry is exported as GML and then inserted into Oracle database. Then function SDO_UTIL.RECTIFY_GEOMETRY(geometry, tolerance) is called, which ...
I've worked a fair bit with Oracle Spatial and I've had some requests to transition to PostgreSQL Spatial. Is there a common interface for SDO_Geometry and ST_Geometry? I'm working in Java with ...