I want to store my spatial data in cassandra.

I want to import data from an existing file geodatabase(.gdb) which has a table containing boundaries of polygons and a table containing point data.

I have individully converted all the tables to csv format and ingested them via fat table to cassandra but I am still worried that the route I am taking is a long one.

Is there a workflow or technique that can directly import .gdb tables to cassandra without converting them to csv?

Storing features in NoSQL database like Cassandra? does not have anything about inserting data.

  • Might be helpful gis.stackexchange.com/questions/28301/… – Alex Tereshenkov May 7 '17 at 8:33
  • Welcome to gis.stackexchange! Please note that a good question on this site is expected to show some degree of research on your part, i.e. what you have tried and - if applicable - code so far. For more info, you can check our faq. – underdark May 7 '17 at 9:54
  • i have added the limited research what i am able to do but this concept of cassandra and other nosql database is pretty new to me, i would appreciate help if possible but on ground of no research please dont hold the question . This concept is really new to most of GIS professionals if you would guide me i can contribute by posting a working solution. – Sandeep Kumar May 7 '17 at 10:02

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