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You can create .xsd schema file by rewriting your GML with ogr2ogr. Writing schema into .xsd file is the default in GML driver http://www.gdal.org/drv_gml.html so you can simply use this command: ogr2ogr -f GML output.gml input.gml You do not need the output.gml file for anything so you can delete it and use the .xsd. If your source GML is big you can ...


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My previous account is somehow not reachable anymore, because I used the same emailadres for this account. But on topic: The XML contains metadata for the GML, so there is extra information in the XML. We need the XSD for the ETL, is a self build ETL tool. The XSD makes the conditions for the acceptation of the data in the ETL.


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Using pure GDAL, you can preserve the waypoint symbol and type of an original GPX file with ogr2ogr -f GPX -dsco GPX_USE_EXTENSIONS=YES out.gpx in.gpx waypoints <wpt lat="51.295094" lon="6.790674"> <ele>39.0</ele> <time>2014-10-14T13:56:58Z</time> <name>Push Log Point #1</name> <desc>Lat.=51.295094, ...



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