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Did you look at all the APIs that come with Oracle Spatial Georaster ? One of them is a Java API that lets you manipulate rasters. See the oracle.spatial.georaster package in http://docs.oracle.com/database/121/SPAJV/toc.htm
The SDO_GEOR.getNODATA() function does not extract the NODATA cells. What it does it to show you how the NODATA cells are identified, i.e. the value, or range of values (or even multiple ranges possible) that identify a NODATA cell. You can achieve what you want using the Raster Algebra mechanism. Among other things that lets you select cells from a raster ...
Connecting to a linux database is absolutely no different from connecting to a database on Windows, or any other platform for that matter. The interconnect protocol (SQL*net) is the same everywhere. The platforms for the client and server play no role here, neither does the fact that one is 32-bit and the other is 64-bit. Also the versions of the Oracle ...
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