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Is transformation of spatial data lossy?

I have a shapefile that contains data of a country from the following Geographic Coordinate System ( GCS_North_American_1927 aka NAD27 ) contents from the shape file .prj: ...
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How do I perform a 3 parameter geotransformation and projection in Sql Server 2012?

I have a table with latitude longitude (NAD27) columns in it. I compute two other columns, X and Y, representing Web Mercator (WGS84) location. Currently I'm using a Arcmap to do this, by applying ...
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Use MS SQL Server to convert MGRS to Lat Long

Below is the SQL for converting Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) to decimal Latitude and Longitude. It is very accurate, but not perfect. If you can make it work 100%, it is yours, but PLEASE ...
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Transforming geometry coordinates from SRID 4326 to SRID 3011

In SQLServer geometry field, I want to change the coordinates of geometry from one spatial reference system to another spatial reference system (from SRID 4326 to SRID 3011) by using ST_Transform. But ...
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How can I transform some KML data to Sql Server 2008 using FME?

I've just downloaded FME 14 day trial. I'm trying to see how easy/hard it is to transform some KML data (a simple neighbourhood shape) into my Sql Server 2008 database using FME. I sorta don't even ...
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How to transform Lambert to WGS84 in SQL Server?

Need to create a SQL view of calculated Lat/Lon values from an existing SQL view of County Coords. Loaded up SQL Server Spatial Tools and registerd CLR types. Lambert generated a resource error. -- ...
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Transform Data with Microsoft Spatial SQL

Is there a way to transform geographic data in SQL Server 2008 R2? Specifically, I want to take Lat/Long data and convert it to a State Plane coordinate system.