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Try using the SDE30 reader vs. the GEODATABASE_SDE reader, as referenced in the comments of this post.


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Note: You don't need the FeatureHolders that you have in the above; they accomplish nothing, although they probably aren't hurting either in this case. While you will eventually be able to get your solution to work, it will be a royal pain. Address data is about as inconsistent as it gets as you're discovering. i.e. Is "st" for "street" or "Saint"? How ...


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I'm going to assume that you have ArcGIS Desktop installed on the same machine as FME. If you do, you will gain access to another File GeoDatabase writer. The ArcObjects one. If you use that one, you will get several additional options that you don't get in the API writer. The one you need is the ability to specify a Feature Dataset. See below image: ...


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For an FME solution, the most useful transformer would probably be the Generalizer. It has several algorithms grouped into four types. Here's a list of algorithms: From the documentation: Generalizing algorithms: Reduce the density of coordinates by removing vertices. Smoothing algorithms: Determine a new location for each vertex. ...


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Take a look at these tools: Generalize (Editing) or Simplify Polygon (Cartography) Input your features, and an optional tolerance.


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In ArcGIS for Desktop, you can use the tool Densify. Adds vertices along line or polygon features. Also replaces curve segments (Bezier, circular arcs, and elliptical arcs) with line segments.


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This problem is addressed in part by http://blog.hexagongeospatial.com/help-ecw-speckled-edges/ The only way to achieve consistent background color values after compression is by using an AllOpacity band which doesn't appear to be supported by the version of ECWJP2 SDK used in FME.


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Have you tried copying the fmeobjects.pyd to QGIS site ? similar : From: \fmeobjects\python27\fmeobjects.pyd To: \Lib\site-packages\fmeobjects.pyd


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In Windows QGIS has its own Python version. By default if you instal libraries (ex. pip install name_of_library) it will be installed only in your pure Python version not for QGIS. Here is a guide, I think it may be helpful: http://quantumofgis.blogspot.be/2014/11/qgis-standalone-and-python-modules.html


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As Detlev mentioned, you need a common attribute between the Excel and CityGML file for the FeatureMerger to join together. Link your CityGML to the Requestor Port and the Excel file to the Supplier Port. Where it says Join On, choose the common attributes and set the comparison mode to Automatic. Unless you know that they are strings or numeric fields. ...


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You might want to try using the SpatialRelater and the 'intersects' test. This will find (and associate) all the features in one layer that touch another layer.


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It seems that you're misunderstanding the way the AreaOnAreaOverlayer behaves. It actually intersects the polygons and creates new ones if they intersect. The documentation states that the tool: Performs an area-on-area overlay so that all input areas are intersected against each other and resultant area features are created and output. The ...


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Without more information about your data sets and workspace its difficult to know why AreaOnAreaOverlayer isn't working as expected. Perhaps try side-stepping the need for the AreaOnAreaOverlayer in your workspace by putting one of your polygons through the CenterOfGravityReplacer and then using the resulting points along with your other polygon as the two ...


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If you want to locate Shapes from A within B, I think you could use a "tester" transformer to filter according "_overlaps" attribute that is created on each of the output elements. Something like this: I hope it serves this idea.


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Perhaps you are looking for aggregator , give it a try .


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When I asked Pitney Bowes support this question, I heard the following (same as Peter's response, essentially). "This issue is working as designed as there is no equivalent type to what MIPro uses for an Integer in dBase IV, so these fields are getting mapped to Numeric (Decimal) or Float types. Unfortunately there is no work around for this at this time."


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To extract the attributes you need the xmlflattener "Flattens content of XML element(s) into feature attributes. This transformer provides a quick and easy way to output any content or attributes of an XML element as feature attributes by specifying the element name or path. Optionally, the XML attributes from the ancestors of the specified ...



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