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Feb
23
accepted Datum and transformation error using ST_Transform in PostGIS, going from NAD83 to NAD27
Feb
18
awarded  Teacher
Feb
18
answered Datum and transformation error using ST_Transform in PostGIS, going from NAD83 to NAD27
Feb
17
revised Datum and transformation error using ST_Transform in PostGIS, going from NAD83 to NAD27
Added more details about other tests I've done.
Feb
17
awarded  Editor
Feb
17
revised Datum and transformation error using ST_Transform in PostGIS, going from NAD83 to NAD27
Added another detail about additional steps I took to troubleshoot the issue.
Feb
17
asked Datum and transformation error using ST_Transform in PostGIS, going from NAD83 to NAD27
Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
15
awarded  Scholar
Feb
15
accepted Paste a feature from an existing shapefile into a row with null geometry in QGIS
Feb
15
comment Paste a feature from an existing shapefile into a row with null geometry in QGIS
I see -- thank you!
Feb
15
comment Paste a feature from an existing shapefile into a row with null geometry in QGIS
I'm not sure I follow. Where am I doing the copying and pasting? Within QGIS? I don't see geometry columns in QGIS. I can see them in the DB Manager, but cannot copy/paste. Maybe I could ask the question in a more general way: what is the best way to move a single feature from a shapefile to a PostgreS table -- especially in a case where the table schema of the shapefile doesn't exactly match that of the PostgreS table?
Feb
14
awarded  Curious
Feb
13
asked Paste a feature from an existing shapefile into a row with null geometry in QGIS
Jan
27
asked In OpenLayers 3, transformExtent to EPSG:8155 produces error
Jun
26
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
2
comment Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
This seems to work OK in QGIS. I am getting a strange error when I try the same in ArcMap -- "Too many coordinate systems."
Jun
1
comment Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
OK -- I think I misunderstood how this works. It sounds like the projection is set at the time of request on the client side, not by the projection that has been set in Geoserver. Thus far, I've not been able to figure out how to change the request on the client side in either QGIS or ArcMap. Both appear to default to WGS84, despite explicitly using "srs=EPSG:8155" in the request, and none of the settings I changed in the two packages themselves seemed to help.
Jun
1
comment Unable to connect PostgreSQL to ArcMap 10.1
It looks like the DBMS client files have moved -- anyone know where they might be found?