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SQL Server Spatial Tools is a CLR assembly that you can add to your database to assist with a number of operations that didn't come built in with the original release of SQL Server spatial objects. It has a set of functions to do similar operations as those found in Oracles SDO_CS. There is a projection example in the source code section, though it doesn't ...


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You may be getting this crash from one of the 3 reasons below: 1: SRID not set on Geometry Column. To check the SRID, I use the following SQL code SELECT *, GeometryColumn.STSrid FROM [DataBaseName].[dbo].[TableName] 2: Invalid Geometries in the Tables. To check the Invalid shapes, I use the following SQL SELECT * FROM [DataBaseName].[dbo].[TableName]...


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Sometimes the key to untangling polygon topology issues can be to use the same vertices to form LINESTRINGs, and render those lines with an arrowhead to view ring orientation. Here's the first ring: And here's the second: The difference is orientation -- the shapes which draw properly in both representations have "left-hand rule" orientation (e.g., when ...


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I didn't find a pre-built tool to do this, but ended up using the following code which was easy enough to then query the dictionary to pass to arcpy.ChangePrivileges_management() import arcpy def retrieve_permissions(db, fc): sdeDBConn = arcpy.ArcSDESQLExecute(db) permissionsQuery = """SELECT permission_name, state, pr.name FROM sys....


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We are dealing with this issue right now and are looking at the DotSpatial library for .NET since it appears to have support for NADCON and NTv2. https://github.com/DotSpatial/DotSpatial



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