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Geo Architect.

Co-Founder of AmigoCloud (Mobile GIS Data Collection Apps).

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rburhum

Twitter: @rburhum

Blog: http://blog.burhum.com

Previously at ESRI, Microsoft and others.


Oct
30
comment Measuring straightness of a curve segment (represented as a polyline)
The graph at end makes this answer even more awesome
Oct
30
comment Visual Basic editor command icon is always disabled
That is one possibility. The other one is that ICommand-enabled/oncreate is throwing an exception
Oct
29
answered .NET library to convert KML to WKT?
Oct
29
answered IZ.InterpolateZsBetween, how to use it for multiple parts in polyline
Oct
28
comment ArcObjects Class Extension - core events not being fired by an editing tool
@KirkKuykendall yeah, the documentation is kind of confusing :) And yes, that is what it means. So by "default" you want things fast, even if it means skipping object event notification. So if you do not implement the interface, you get fast behavior. However, if you do not feel this is OK (as it is in this case), you can just implement this interface and say "I am relying on this event to be triggered and I do not care if everything gets slower"
Oct
28
answered ogr2ogr fails to convert GeoJson file > 200MB
Oct
28
comment ArcObjects Class Extension - core events not being fired by an editing tool
I assume you implemented a Class Extension using instructions similar to help.arcgis.com/en/sdk/10.0/arcobjects_net/conceptualhelp/… Look at the section related to IObjectClassInfo2. this will only affect the class that has the ObjectClass Extension. Another option is to Use the approach that @SeaJunk recommended - and it will work - but it will also force all FeatureClasses in the Workspace to behave that way, and thus will slow down your inserts considerably.
Oct
28
answered ArcObjects Class Extension - core events not being fired by an editing tool
Oct
28
comment Topology - To be, or not to be, that is the question
@Pablo It all comes down to the state of the popular tools. If by default they generate full chain-node topology with faces, the answer would be yes. But they dont, so IMHO the answer is no.
Oct
28
answered Setting up TileCache to make use of Mapnik and OpenStreetMaps
Oct
28
comment Can I update features in an SDE database from python without using an ArcEditor License?
@eptiliom The initial answer is 'yes' until you throw something into the mix (like a geometric network) that makes it a 'no'. Can you elaborate?
Oct
28
comment Can I update features in an SDE database from python without using an ArcEditor License?
@BradNesom In the esri sense, the term dataset also applies to standalone tables.
Oct
28
comment insert maximal number of circles into polygons
I must be interpreting differently, but we need a slighty better explanation of the problem before we elaborate :)
Oct
28
answered insert maximal number of circles into polygons
Oct
27
comment Why are Data Projections relevant?
Wait, the world is not flat like a piece of paper?!?!?!
Oct
27
comment Tilecache + Mapnik + Apache generates incomplete tiles (missing layers)
different users with different permissions perhaps?
Oct
27
comment Examples of geovisualizations of global connectivity
Thank you for the question! It already shows awesome answers!
Oct
27
comment DBMS and ArcSDE Architecture for Large (Mostly Non-Spatial) Dataset
I got a nice surprise when I clicked on your "Nice Helpful Answer". Thank you! :)
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
27
awarded  Enlightened