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Do you get any error message? If not, there is no error and your data is there. It is just a limit how much data pgAdmin shows. You can increase that value in options, I think default is 256 bytes or characters. You can check if your geoemtry is there for instance by querying number of points ST_Npoints(the_geom)
Public transport is made out of the basic elements of OSM. Nodes for the stops, ways for the highway-segments and relations as containers to group all together for the single public transport routes. Thus it has a more detailed level of data than what you like to consume. So you need to create a processing that matchs your requirements. You can use pretty ...
In what way is the script 'not working' - there's several things people would need to know to help you with the issue: 1) what's the file you're trying to load and is it exactly 100 polygons? 2) Are the polygons relatively small - e.g. 10s of points or are they quite large? 3) What library versions are you using? OL2/3 release versions? 4) Does the JS ...
Buffering by zero is a common 'hack' which works well in most cases, and it is not clear from your question why this is unacceptable for you. Spatially enabled databases like PostGIS (which is free) usually have an ST_MakeValid function, which should answer your needs. You can use this in conjunction with other tools such as ST_IsValidReason or ...
I don't have a code sample. and this is purely commercial solution. But it is world class. 1Validate by 1Spatial. They have the capability of integrating Topology QA/QC into many GIS enterprise systems. I got pretty far along looking at an oracle spatial/autocad map solution on •1Spatial Management Suite. But that suite is just a suite of tools you ...
The GeoJSON attached is failing because of the encoding: ERROR: invalid byte sequence for encoding "UTF8": 0x82 You can download it and save it as UTF-8 with your text editor and it will work (although it's probably too late!).
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