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The question has several possible answers: 1) If you are looking only at avoid getting duplicate points into your table - and that means points with exactly the same coordinates, down to all possible decimals, and the points are using the SDO_POINT_TYPE construct, then yes, indeed, you can just define a unique index on the X and Y properties: create unique ...


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You can use OGR2OGR to do this, writing to Oracle is through the OCI driver; reading from SpatialLite is by through the SQLite driver so something like: ogr2ogr -f OCI OCI:warmerda/password@gdal800.dreadfest.com db.sqlite should do it.


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the issue of multiple schema can be resolved through ArcCatalog using customize menu --> ArcCatalog options and enabling/disabling the last option (List only objects owned by the connecting user with enterprise geodatabase). You will see the database schema--- neat and tidy. Thanks


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There are a lot of misconceptions on what "ArcSDE" is. I try to always make a clear distinction between "ArcSDE technololgy" (which is the connection protocol and core underpinnings of enterprise geodatabase implementation), an "ArcSDE application server" (the middle tier in the three tier enterprise geodatabase connection protocol), "ArcSDE Direct ...


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Figured out a way to add SDO_GEORASTER to QGIS using PyQGIS.Thanks to Tim Sutton for suggesting right usage. lyr=QgsRasterLayer("geor:testinstance/testinstance@184.54.67.146:1521/MyoraDB,RAST_RDT,2300","DEM1") if layer.isValid(): layer.setContrastEnhancement( QgsContrastEnhancement.StretchToMinimumMaximum ) QgsMapLayerRegistry.instance().addMapLayer( ...



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