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All the code you would need is available in GeoTools but it will probably not work in a mobile environment. However looking at the code might give you a start provided you can live with a LGPL license.


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There are java bindings for GDAL/ogr - see http://gdal.org/java/ . No idea if they work on Android, though. Apparently ( https://www.google.de/search?q=gdal+on+android ) building gdal on Android is not really easy. http://sourceforge.net/projects/javashapefilere/ seems to be another option. Also ...


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With ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java, you can write standalone applications, viewing / editing mostly ArcGIS Online data With the ArcObjects java SDK, you can do almost everything ArcMap can do. In fact, ArcMap and ArcCatalog seems to be written with ArcObjects. With ArcObjects, you can even add functionality to ArcMap by adding toolbar buttons and ...


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You can use Spatial Manager Desktop, it stores export processes as tasks so you can run it from the command line using a batch process. You can download a trial version (limited to 100 items), here: http://www.spatialmanager.com/downloads/ Hope this helps. Disclaimer: I work for Opencartis (Developers of Spatial Manager products)


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If you want to use Java, you have a few libraries available including GeoTools and the Java bindings for GDAL/OGR API. Using these you can code a solution (check out the documentation). However, far simpler would be to install GDAL which comes with pre-compiled utilities and use ogr2ogr. You can wrap that in a batch process as required.


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You mention Java in your question title but in your question body and tags it seems that ArcGIS for Desktop is available/preferred. The ArcGIS for Desktop procedure that I would use to do this is to perform the following three steps on one CSV file to make sure the workflow works, and then use Copy As Python Snippet to copy the syntax for the three tools ...


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MapInfo MapXtreme Java has been "replaced" by our new server offering; Spectrum Spatial Here is a link to a document describing the path forward from MapXtreme Java and Envinsa to Spectrum Spatial. Spectrum spatial is a bundling of a number of modules in the Pitney Bowes Spectrum Technology Platform, for example the Location Intelligence Module and the ...


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You can certainly use GeoTools for this, you will also probably want to look at a relsted project JAITools which does helpful things with rasters. I wrote some code a while back to rasterize circles on to a Grid and output them as GeoTiffs which should point you in the right direction.


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This might be a network firewall issue. If two machines are on the same network, with separate public IP address, and the proxy on one machine makes an outbound call to the second machine's public IP, the firewall may flag that as inappropriate traffic, and block it. Talk with the system administrator for the network and see if they make an exception to the ...


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unfortunately since last OTB release 4.X, the OTB-Wrapping is not maintained. We could not find time/resources for now to migrate this project. There is lots of work to do this to migrate the backend of the project to the new wrapping framework of ITK and work to migrate after OTB filters. There is a way to use OTB from Java by using the SWIG interface of ...



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