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Fortunately for you (and all of us!), there are plenty of available (and mature!) options in the FOSS4G world! Following your technology preferences here's some examples: Python Mapfish GeoDjango PHP PMapper pure Javascript OpenLayers LeafLet OpenLayers + ExtJS OpenLayers + Jquery Mapquery, jeobrowser For a more complete reference please visit ...


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If you are interested in Open Source projects, you'll find the answers to this question helpful: What are the FOSS equivalents to these ArcGIS products? There are quite a lot of different options how to build an OS web mapping stack. Without knowing your use case it's a little difficult to suggest one over the other.


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Tutorials GeoMedia Professional http://outreach.cast.uark.edu/east/toolkit-cast/geospatial_technologies/intergraph_geomedia/tutorials.html http://geomediawiki.org/Tutorials


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I think I would just ask any Geomedia related questions you have and let it expand that way. I'm sure once there are some questions on the subject there will be more traffic. Remember the site is still in beta and just starting out. Also feel free to add Geomedia info to existing questions if you are able; eg where a question states "how do I do xxxx" then ...


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I use GeoServer and connect to an Oracle Database (plugin required for geoserver) this happens to be old Geomedia Datastore that was reprojected into a better coordinate system. Then use Openlayers to be the map interface of that data (data is pulled from Geoserver by WMS (Web Mapping Service) Good documentation for this is ...


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If a Java solution is an option, have a look at Geomajas. This is a framework for integrating GIS data which gives you a uniform way to handle and display GIS data. Geomajas excels especially in the integration aspects giving powerful end-to-end security, good performance etc. For the client side development it helps by allowing you to work in Java only ...


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ClipboardService Example Option Explicit On Imports PView = Intergraph.GeoMedia.PView Imports PClient = Intergraph.GeoMedia.PClient Imports PCSS = Intergraph.GeoMedia.PCSS Imports GDO = Intergraph.GeoMedia.GDO Public Class Form1 Dim objLE As PView.LegendEntry, objConn As New PClient.Connection Dim objOPipe As PClient.OriginatingPipe, objRS As ...


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I take it you're trying to reproject the data? According to the documentation: srsName= where is the code for the projection (such as EPSG:4326). For POST requests, you can add the same code to the Query element. So you might want to putting it under the Query element.


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You need to check what geometry types the WFS server supports. Do a GetCapabilities request and check //ogc:GeometryOperands, which provides a list of supported geometry types. Update: as well, make sure your WFS GetFeature request has proper referencing to namespaces, and of geometry types. ...


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Well, its not entirely an anwser. However my problem is solved. As I managed to export .shp from GeoMedia at the office. I had to install SQL SERVER EXPRESS, hook up .mdf to the server and connect from GeoMedia to SQL SERVER in order to read database. Still in question, if it is feasible to make use of .mdf database made in GeoMedia in other GIS soft, which ...



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