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Here's the thing. Windows 64 bit stores the 64 bit odbcad.exe in the System32 folder. The one in the location that you're editing, c:\windows\syswow64\odbcad32.exe, is actually the 32 bit one. Hilarious right? 32 bit applications in the syswow64 folder, 64 bit applications in the System32 folder! There are reasons though. Now, for QGIS, add the ODBC driver ...
I recommend you research Microsoft Sql Server Express because it supports Spatial data as a native datatype. ArcGIS supports read/write to Sql Server Express. You have the full power of T-SQL at your disposal, allowing you to mix and match Attribute queries with Spatial queries, join tables, create views, index data, backup data. The scripting in Sql Server ...
I just had the same propblem, minus the permission issues. I had a feature selected within the feature class that I was trying to export and that was the reason for my error. Once I cleared my selection, the export to shapefile worked.
Sorry, Eva, but that is not possible in a easy way: gvSIG is a desktop software, so it has no webs service to share your project or views. On the other hand, I can advise you some solutions depending on what you really need: Static information: Export your views as image or PDF. Share a layer: You can export your layer as KML and load it in google Maps or ...
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