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I can confirm that the output is wrong. Using QGIS, the reprojected polygon would be: POLYGON ((1008607.2669 934072.252456,1119664.42733 934150.343933,1119791.41667 823552.360893, 1008616.39888 823493.709278, 1008607.2669 934072.252456)) The coordinates have to be positive for the whole of Colombia: But it has nothing to do with the swiss projection ...
Ciao, I would check this page http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOTOOLS/Raster+Symbolizer+support Simone.
A couple of options: Convert the PostGIS layer to a shapefile in QGIS (save-as), then use the Vector|Conversion|Rasterize tool; Use the gdal_rasterize command directly. For the second option: gdal_rasterize -a VAL -ts [x] [y] PG:'host=localhost dbname=DB user=USER' -sql "SELECT the_geom, VAL FROM table" out.tif Where: VAL = the value to assign ...
You could try the Rasterize tool in QGIS (Raster - Conversion)
This can be solved by making a negative buffer (0.5m) for each geometry before testing the overlap. E.g. you have this two overlaping polygons, 1m overlap: By making a negative buffer (-0.5m) of the blue polygon you'll get the yellow one: And this are the two buffered polygons: Running the binary predicate test in JTS test builder, you'll get no ...
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