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from shape files to a database

I've previously converted simple shape files to WKT so that I can store them in RDMS that has spatial capabilities. I'm a new user to QGIS, which I'm using to browse a shape file. But now I have a ...
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Importing Census TIGER Shape Files to SQL Server 2012?

I've been doing my research on how to import shape files into Microsoft SQL Server 2012. and am still unable to figure out how to do it after hours of playing around with it. I'll document what I've ...
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Define projection at the record level

Hopefully this isn't too dumb a question, but is it possible to define projection at the record level, instead of a whole layer or table? I want to create a "project" database for all the work my ...
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Importing shapefiles to SQL Server

I often use the brilliant SQL Server 2008 Spatial Tools to import shapefiles into SQL Server 2008. This works absolutely fine but it leaves me wondering, how do Microsoft expect end users of SQL ...
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tools and ETLs for migrating data benchmarking - from shapefile to SQL SERVER

i need to migrate my shapefiles to my database SQL SERVER, and i don't know what's the best tool or ETLs to choose, i already tried FME Desktop and i succeded to load the shapefiles on my db, but ...
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SQL server 08 Limitations

The Soil SURvey GeOgraphic (SSURGO) database is a set of very large and complicated shapefiles. We want to load all of the shapefiles for the US into a national SQL database. Are there import ...
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How to import shape file into SQL Server 2008 R2 using only SQL scripts?

I am trying to import some shape files into SQL Server 2008 R2. I found this useful tool called Shape2SQL however I am not sure how I can import shape file directly using only SQL scripts as this is ...
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Ogr2Ogr exported this boundary 90 degrees incorrectly

I've got some GEOGRAPHY data in my Sql Server 2008. I wish to export it as a shapefile (so I can import it into QGIS) and when I do, it's rotated 90 degrees to the left and then flipped 180 degrees to ...
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What is the best way to store Flickr's Shapefiles Public Dataset in SQL Server 2008?

I'm wanting to import specific locations from the Flickr Shapefile Dataset into SQL Server would like to know what is the best way to store the data in SQL Server 2008? Link the the 1.0 Dataset: ...