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I´m working as a GIS professionalist at a governmental geodata provider.

I´m working with: - ESRI ArcGIS Server and Desktop - FME Server and Desktop - Visual Studio 2010 Professional (for .NET programming) - Netbeans 7.2 (for the java stuff) - Python for smaller scripting tasks - SQL Server (Geometry) - PostGIS, Geoserver, OpenLayers, GeoWebCache, etc...


Jan
20
comment FME Desktop saves Transformers uncommented in Workspace File
We (Axmann GmbH.) were able to find the reason of the problem, as I was using a diacritic letter (german 'ü') in one of the Annotations. After removing/replacing these, the workbench opens and works as expected. This is only happening with FME 2014 and is afaik fixed in FME 2015. Thanks for the infos you provided and keep up the fantastic support!
Jan
20
accepted FME Desktop saves Transformers uncommented in Workspace File
Jan
20
comment FME Desktop saves Transformers uncommented in Workspace File
Hi Mark! Thanks for the explanation. Basically I forked it from the INSPIRE Example Workbench for Aerial Transport Network from FMEpedia and edited it as said with FME 2014 SP1. I already sent it to our local distributer. I really hope that there is a chance to repair it, as it was a hard bit of work so far. I'll give it a try to remove some or all of the annotations and let you know if this helps.
Jan
19
comment FME Desktop saves Transformers uncommented in Workspace File
Thanks for the info, that these aren't necessarily comments. Didn't know that. I also tried to uncomment these lines but that didn't change anything on the behaviour. I opened a support ticket for this, and now hope that 40 hours of work on this workbench weren't for nothing.
Jan
19
awarded  Altruist
Jan
19
comment Read an INSPIRE GML in QGIS2.0 : gml:xlink resolving
Ok, since there are no more answers being introduced to this, you deserve the bounty.
Jan
18
asked FME Desktop saves Transformers uncommented in Workspace File
Jan
17
comment Read an INSPIRE GML in QGIS2.0 : gml:xlink resolving
I was just wondering if any GIS (QGIS as a reference) is able to make use of the more or less object-oriented data model INSPIRE is introducing. Furthermore object references as xlinks is a GML definition and not INSPIRE specific. I don't see the sense of harmonizing data into a object-oriented data model and than flattening it to any data encoding just as anybody finds it fits best. Where is the harmonization then (for example try to build a graph over national borders when RoadLink to RoadNode references are differing). Therefore I still hope for your latter point ... thx for your testing ;)
Jan
13
comment Read an INSPIRE GML in QGIS2.0 : gml:xlink resolving
I've put an example online here. It's a single community road transport network consisting of RoadNode, RoadLinks, Transport Network List and Road List. In the GML/XML the RoadLinks are Xlinked to the Roads they are associated with and also the network they are contained in. In QGIS there is no chance to use this associations, for example to select all RoadLinks of a certain TransportNetwork. Even the references simply get hidden in the attribute table.
Jan
13
revised Read an INSPIRE GML in QGIS2.0 : gml:xlink resolving
tag "hyperlink" has no followers and doesn't refer propably to xlink
Jan
13
suggested approved edit on Read an INSPIRE GML in QGIS2.0 : gml:xlink resolving
Jan
13
awarded  Investor
Dec
1
accepted Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
28
answered Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
28
comment Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
see my edits...spatialite is version 4.1.1, which actually could be part of the problem also
Nov
28
revised Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
added 125 characters in body
Nov
28
asked Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
18
answered Map widget in .NET application
Nov
12
comment Aggregating river basins
Yes you are right, it's flow accumulation but on the waterbodies as a accumulation unit. Nevertheless, as this is not my field of profession, these are very interesting insights so hopefully I can tell my colleauge about the advantages of using a GIS for his tasks.
Nov
12
comment Aggregating river basins
You can use Common Table Expressions (CTE) for recursive calls in sql server which is pretty much the same thing. As I understood my colleague he is getting those waterbodies for different areas or also the same areas periodically from another institute and he just wants to calculate those aggregation sums for each waterbody and store it into one of the attributes. Solving this on the database side would mean that I create an trigger on insert and update to calculate this field for him.