Acronym for Structured Query Language. A syntax for retrieving and manipulating data from a relational database.

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How can I retrieve/query data from shape file for forms/grid in website?

I've made a site using openlayers and geoserver. currently im serving WMS layers from geoserver (shape files). I want to add in my site a search form that the user can search for data (which I have in ...
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What expressions for QGIS field-calculator?

I do not understand what language I have to use in field-calculator and labels on QGIS: SQL or Python? And where I can find the possible script/expressions to use? in the image you can see the ...
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What is faster for geoprocessing (intersect) big shapefiles?

I have 200 Mb shapefiles of polylines downloaded from OSM. I've been working with QGIS 2.0 in Ubuntu 64 Bit 8 Gb RAM to make some geoprocessing tasks and it's taking 2 days for processing. Once I've ...
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Differences between SQL dialects in QGIS vs ArcView vs Oracle

I'm kinda new with SQL queries and there is something I don't get: A SQL query in QGIS is written differently than the same query in ArcView and will probably also be written differently if I want to ...
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How to use GROUP BY with arcpy.da.SearchCursor in file geodatabase?

fc = "C:\Users\AuxS3-4\Documents\ArcGIS/Default.gdb\Malla" fields = ('OBJECTID','Sentido','Carriles','idMalla') sqlclause=(None, "GROUP BY Sentido") cursor = arcpy.da.SearchCursor(fc, ...
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How to split polygons with another polygon and inheritage data?

Let's say that we have two tables with polygons representing areas. Table A and Table B. Geometries from table A represents both the valid and invalid areas. And the geometries in table B represents ...
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SQL to get points within a certain distance

I am new to using spatial data types in sql server. I have managed to create a column of Approx 50,0000 geometry points (from x,y data) and would like to find out which (count number of) points are ...
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Multiple input shapefiles for ogr2ogr sqlite spatial operations

I'm running up against an issue doing a spatial operation requiring multiple input shapefiles using ogr2ogr and sqlite. I have: ogr2ogr -f "ESRI Shapefile" output.shp input.shp -dialect sqlite -sql ...
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Using sql SELECT DISTINCT in Fusion Tables API

How do I go about using sql SELECT DISTINCT in fusion tables API?
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Trying to use Python code and user defined inline parameters to build a SQL expression

I am trying to build a tool where the end user can run a model and make a selection from a feature class based on 3 different fields, calculate the total shape length, & export the results to a ...
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Select layer by attribute using SQL statement LEN() in ArcMap

as the title already suggests... I want to query the length of a string column and thought to use: LEN([ColumnName]) > 5 However, that doesn't work at all. I'm querying a table in a fGDB in ArcMap ...
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Select By Attribute sql problems [duplicate]

Having trouble with this python code. I keep getting a ERROR 000358: Invalid expression" code for the select layer by attribute management statement towards the end of the code. Moved the data to ...
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Subquery a list in select layer by attribute management using python

I am new to python and having trouble with my script. I want only the records from the COMTRS field (of the pur_dbf_view) that match values from the ComtrsList to be selected; however, I am getting ...
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Mapinfo SQL Query for compare for edited data in tables

I have a table that contain several columns, each has their own data. then, someone have made some change in the data (just a little one data editing). how do i know later what data have been ...
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Triggers for delta tables

I have been facing an issue to capture the delta updates on SDE. We have written triggers on A and D tables to capture the delta updates(to capture the version name based on state id's), however I ...
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Tiger geocoder / postgis - get county from point

Looking for some help with getting the county for a lat / lon. I have postgis / tiger geocoder installed and can reverse look up a point and get the addresses. I would like to get the county the ...
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How to select all tenth in a field? [duplicate]

I want to select all tenth in a field! :( I know this way; "Km" = 10 or "Km" = 20 ... and so, but I am pretty sure theres other way. I am not SQL literate, but with your help in this forums I have ...
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What is ArcGIS 10 definition query to select max value from table? [duplicate]

I want to select max date from may layer by below query in my Web GIS but I cannot. (SELECT MAX( GregorianDate ) FROM DrillingProgress WHERE Crew = 'c-Chabock')
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How to express not within/inside predicate in spatial database with good performance

In our application we want to express some spatial predicates as objects not within some areas, but unfortunately it has very bad performance. The following SQL is generated by our application: ...
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How can i save Shape file as sql script with ogr2ogr?

I have a some Shape files and i want to convert it into sql scripts. I know that ogr2ogr can put data into data base itself. But i want to have a sql script which can be executed and put data to DB. ...
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SQL: Select aggregated Bounding Box of multiple Features

I would like to calculate the aggregated bounding box of multiple features using OGC Simple Feature SQL or SQL API of ArcSDE. The following statement will only query the bounding box of each feature: ...
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Three table postgres sql join query

I'm having trouble getting my SQL query to work with three tables. I'm new to SQL to I've already spent considerable time trying to understand the documentation and making some sense of it. I'm using ...
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How do I make vectorlayer with sql on PostGis via python code

I need to make a vectorLayer and fill with the SQL's results on PostGIS via python code. I'm working with python 2.7, QGIS 1.8 and PyQt 4.5 How do I it ? thanks
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ArcGIS - Help Using Oracle Function in Definition Query - No ArcSDE

I have set up a Query Layer pointing at an Oracle table with a SDO.Geometry column, and that is working and behaving fine. However, when I am attempting to set up a definition query that calls a ...
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How do I write a MYSQL spatial query to find all polygons (rectangle) that contain any points in a table?

Something like: SELECT * from polygons WHERE bounds CONTAINS(SELECT geom_point from points) Can someone help me out with the syntax? Bounds will always be a rectangular polygon and everything is in ...
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Looping on the Select_analysis tool

Im trying to perform a loop on the Select_Analysis tool in Arcgis. Code looks like this: inputfile = open("locality.txt", 'r') # locality.txt is a txt file of locality names loc_list = [] for line in ...
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What is the MS SQL Spatial syntax for counting points within polygons? [duplicate]

All, What I'm trying to do is this: Count points within polygons There are thousands of points and maybe 2 dozen polygons Get a list back of the 2 dozen polygons by name and the count of points ...
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How to select all points within a circle in PostGIS?

I have set of points in a PostGIS Table (Type Geometry). Now, I need to filter points that lie in a circle with a center (C) and radius (R)! I expect C to be of type Point or Coordinates.. R to be ...
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How to create a search box and SQL statement for searching an attribute field?

How can I add a HTML search bar that the user can use to search an attribute field for a polygon layer, and then tie that input into the SQL statement? So far I am able to hard code the query of ...
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How to convert Geometry type column to degree Minutes Second in SQL Server 2008 R2

I have shape column of type geometry and I want to convert X and Y coordinates into Degree Minutes Second format using SQL query and i am using sql server 2008 R2. Currently I got Lat and long using ...
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Trouble formatting SQL expression for where clause in “Search layer by attribute” arcpy function

I am trying to pass a variable into a where clause in the "Search Layer by Attribute" arcpy function. I cannot seem to figure out the correct format for the SQL expression so that the function reads ...
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Merge lines with the same 'name' attribute on QGIS?

I have a shapefile with a few thousand lines, each is a street segment. I'd like to merge all features with the same 'streetName' attribute into a single attribute. I only really care about the name ...
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Change polygon “handedness” for SQL 2008

I have a few hundred shapes (polygons and multipolygons) each consisting of tens of thousands of points that I am trying to get into SQL 2008. Unfortunately, the shapes I have tried to import are ...
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Linked point geometries to linestrings in Spatialite

I have been parsing Canada's radio system frequency open data. It's a single large table per province, containing point geometries for each station callsign. Where a point-to-point link is defined, ...
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Execute SQL in File Geodatabase

Is there a way to execute SQL queries on file geodatabase from Python? I'm looking for the same functionality provided by arcpy.ArcSDESQLExecute for SDE databases. Thanks,
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Building SQL statement in javascript and casting variables as strings

I'm working with Postgres 8.3/PostGIS which is storing some polygons. I'm writing a javascript function which will take in a parameter of a watershed id from another function. The javascript will ...
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oracle search against intersect of a region that covers the whole world doesnt find any records

I am new to Oracle Spatial, I am trying to implement a service that will take coordinates from a map, and search our database to find any geometries that intersect with that map view. I works fine for ...
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Select by Attributes - If string has a letter

I'm running ArcMap 10.1. I'm using a File Geodatabase. I have a string coordinate field that I want to clean and some records have letters in it (mostly 'N' or 'E' or 'n' or 'e' e.g. '6213210N' or ...
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IQueryFilter where Clause quering two feature class at a time

I need to query two feature class at the same time using IQueryFIlter. For eg - FeatureClass -- A has field OBJECTID FeatureClass -- B has field OBJECTID what i am tring to do is -- IQueryFilter ...
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how to add a raw input to a SQL string?

I have this py script for selecting one point. # Within selected features, select only those points of a chosen value arcpy.SelectLayerByAttribute_management("Stations", "NEW_SELECTION", ' "OID" = ...
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Find the majority area within another area

I have a survey grid overlaid unto several administrative areas. Both are polygon features and I have performed a union on both features in order to determine the areal contribution of the segments ...
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IQueryDescription SQL Query Returning Limited Records

I created a SQL query that is working in SQL Management Studio, but as soon as I transfer the query into ArcMap's IQueryDescription to try and run it with a User Form, the results that I'm getting ...
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How to connect Dotspatial with PostGIS/PosgresSQL database and perform SQL function

I am currently doing a project that needs a GIS front-end interface to visualize geographical objects (road networks), and a back-end geo-spatial database to implement network analysis (SQL based). ...
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pgrouting shortest_path return longest_path

I've got troubles with shortest path function from pgrouting. I try to calculate the shortest path between an address and a bus stop. I first found the nearest road points for the address and the bus ...
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How do I use the SearchCursor where_clause to get a max value from a column?

This is my first time asking a question on StackExchange. I hope I phrase my question and describe my attempts to understand my problem well enough! While working with SearchCursor, I'm trying to ...
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Why isn't my select by attributes query working?

I'm running ArcMap 10.1. I have a point feature class joined to a table and am trying to query a field. If I do [field] = 'TEST', it selects all the fields. But if I do [field] LIKE 'TES%', it ...
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Trigger a python script to run after a row is added to the feature class

I have a Python script which runs on a SDE feature class daily (as a scheduled task). I would actually like this script to run whenever a new row is added to the feature class (data is captured in the ...
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Why is Spatialite showing dates in MM-DD-YYYY format?

I have a table with a dates column that is formatted in MM-DD-YYYY format, as shown in SQL SELECT statements. I'm using Qspatilite (QGIS 1.8) and Spatialite GUI. When I ORDER BY the date column it ...
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query syntax to select every multiple of nn record (shapefile) [duplicate]

I have data like multiples of 40. 40 80 120 160 200 and so on. I would like to label every record that is a multiple of 100. I have tried a couple of methods and cant get them to work either as a ...
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Qgis: Select multiple layers in sql-Filter [closed]

I have a Shape-File with lines of streets. Now I want qgis only to show the categories: Type: primary and Type: secondary and Type: motorway. How do I do this? This doesn't work: "type" = 'primary' ...