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This documentation gives a pretty good description of what each node is for, and it confirms what you mentioned. The Database Server node is for creating the geodatabase and administrative tasks (for SQL Server Express), and the Database Connection node is for creating/editing/viewing data. A quick tour of setting up and using database servers Anyone ...


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My experience has been that the Database Server node is explicitly for use of connecting to spatially enabled "Express" editions of RDBMS where as the Database Connection Node is used to conect to Enterprise RDBMS like SQL or Oracle (spatially enabled or not). What are Database Servers Quick Tour of Administering SDE gdbs


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I implement STShidt function myself and use SQL Server CLR Integration to deploy it to SQL server. STShift implementation is: [SqlFunction] public static SqlGeometry STShift(SqlGeometry g, double xShift, double yShift) { var sqlGeometryBuilder = new SqlGeometryBuilder(); var shiftGeometrySink = new ShiftGeometrySink(xShift, yShift, ...


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Thank you for your help! (Nathan helped me on the QGIS issue tracking page with the same advice he posted here and that mapBaker also posted). I added a unique int column to this table and then it loaded the layer with no problem. Thanks again.


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If you only want to visualize the density, I recommend using the new Heatmap renderer as shown in the following screenshot:


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This is because Geography is designed to handle coordinates in degrees (lat/long) and "knows" how to convert these into metres for your STDistance method. Geometry, however, assumes you are on a flat plane and therefore treats your map units as simple distances - so you are asking for all points within 5000 degrees of the centre and since that exceeds the ...



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