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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...


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accepted Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
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answered Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
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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
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revised Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
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Nov
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asked Spatialite in GeoDjango - “…they do not properly define db_type…”
Nov
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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.
Nov
10
comment Aggregating river basins
ok, I get the point, so when the waterbodies are chained somehow in the database (spatially or just relational) I can easily aggregate the sum in each waterbody (with a trigger for example). We have SQL Server btw. because ..well.. the IT dept. says so ;) ... but it should be also possible there like Paul describes it. Just for the sake of completeness: Is this task available in any specialized hydro GIS extensions (like Arc Hydro or any QGIS plugin)?
Nov
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asked Aggregating river basins
Oct
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comment PyCSW database schema fields
You are welcome ;) ...would you please be so kind and accept this as an answer if their are no questions on this open anymore for you. Vielen Dank auch...
Oct
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awarded  Organizer
Oct
28
revised PyCSW database schema fields
covers multiple metadata standars
Oct
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revised PyCSW database schema fields
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Oct
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suggested approved edit on PyCSW database schema fields
Oct
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answered PyCSW database schema fields
Oct
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awarded  Curious
Oct
27
revised ArcGIS AddIn with WPF DockableWindow causes ArcMap to not even start up anymore
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Oct
27
asked ArcGIS AddIn with WPF DockableWindow causes ArcMap to not even start up anymore
Oct
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accepted Where does ArcGIS persist shared AddIn folder configuration