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Technology: A combination of GeoServer, Openlayers & Oracle-spatial should work for you. If you want to cut-off licence cost, then PostgreSQL is a good option. Functioning For different-2 needs of spatial analysis, you can create functions/procedures in Oracle-spatial and then display data in browser using Openlayers. Geoserver works as GIS server, ...
I have the same issue. The Problem is, that QGIS scans every table containing a geom Attribut. In presence of millions of geometries per table, that process takes up to 20 minutes in my Office. We definetively Need an updating of the ORACLE Plugin of QGIS to: - avoid These scans - fetch only needed records of explicitly specified tables.
My experience is as yours: Mapserver used to support Oracle compound polygons in previous versions, but they withdrew the support in present versions. So as far as I know, it is not an Oracle version issue. So far we have resorted to an older version of Mapserver to be able to render compound polygons. I have no idea when Mapserver will support these more ...
You do not need to pass the metadata. Just pass your tolerance setting explicitly, like this: update parcel set centroid_wkt = sdo_util.to_wktgeometry(sdo_geom.sdo_centroid(shape,0.05); Assuming your data is in geodetic coordinates, or is in a projection that uses meters as base unit, then 0.05 means 5cm.
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