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As I understand it, a zombie entity is basically one that is either unknown or not properly defined. I found another report of this (I work for Safe Software) and the developer told us: "this seems to be a misunderstanding of proxy and zombie entities. Basically, zombie entities are a category of entity which is not fully defined, or not fully ...


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Did you upgrade your FME in the time between editings? I recently had a 2014 workspace that, when I opened it in 2015, all I got was an empty canvas. It turned out to be some characters in annotation objects that could not be parsed (not sure the exact reason). Anyway, as Jonathan says, send it to our support team and we will get the developer to take a ...


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Trying to manually parse and alter the .fmw files is almost certailing a losing proposition. Lines starting #! in a FMW workspace aren't necessarily a comment. As you've figured out, they are a comment within TCL (the language of a .fmw file), however you'll see that actually almost all the lines that start #! actually look like XML. I believe that FMW ...


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You can certainly use FME to wrangle the XML and write it to a database. Something for you to understand first is that GIS like flat data with rows and columns, including geometry. XML is not flat, it is a (maybe big) hierarchical tree, which is a fundamentally different data model than most GIS formats. That said, you can parse the XML and extract all the ...


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After some back and forth with FME and becoming more familiar with it’s Workbench I have come up with the following solution. I solved this problem by using only the inline query and the Batch Deploy… located under the File menu; running the Batch Deploy initializes a wizard where it runs the query(s) and writers to completion on each input DB one at ...


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You need to ensure that you are pointing it to a parameter. What you're doing there is using a text string of crops. Options: If you do have a crops parameter already created: Assuming you have already created a parameter called "crops", place this into the "Elevation" box: $(crops) Another option is to get the parameter value before the 3DForcer (not ...


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This one's a little trickier than it probably should be. Your options are as follows. Reader/FeatureReader If the zip files you want to read are fixed, you can you/should use a Reader/Feature Reader. These can decrypt the zip file automatically. You may also be interested in this Community Answer which covers the structure of zip files: ...


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I'm not sure can be the best solution for your goal, but my experience with SAR data suggests It could be the right way to find out tracks in Savannah and sandy environment. As SAR is a coherent imaging system two forms of change detection may be considered, namely incoherent and coherent change detection. Incoherent change detection identifies changes in ...



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