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I'm exporting from PostGis to GeoJson, but appear to have no control over the table it retrieves. Have tried the following methods:

.\ogr2ogr -f "GeoJSON" "C:\Temp\output.geojson" "PG:host=**** port=**** dbname=**** user=**** password=****" -sql "SELECT * FROM with_id"

  • SELECT from table with_id failed, no such table/featureclass.

.\ogr2ogr -f "GeoJSON" "C:\Temp\output.geojson" "PG:host=**** port=**** dbname=**** user=**** password=****" -sql "SELECT * FROM public.with_id"

  • Unable to open secondary datasource `public' required by JOIN.

.\ogr2ogr -f "GeoJSON" "C:\Temp\output.geojson" "PG:host=**** port=**** dbname=**** user=**** password=****" with_id

  • Couldn't fetch requested layer 'with_id'!

.\ogr2ogr -f "GeoJSON" "C:\Temp\output.geojson" "PG:host=**** port=**** dbname=**** user=**** password=****" public.with_id

  • Couldn't fetch requested layer 'public.with_id'!
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  • try excluding PG: from the quotes.
    – geozelot
    Mar 28, 2018 at 10:36
  • Does ogrinfo list the table "with_id" if you run "ogrinfo PG:host=**** port=**** dbname=**** user=**** password=****?
    – user30184
    Mar 28, 2018 at 14:53

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You simply don't have a table called public.with_id.

Try dumping it regularly with pg_dump. My guess is you're connected to the wrong database.

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  • Looks like Ogr2Ogr is clever, and removes _. There I go making assumptions again. Apr 3, 2018 at 16:25

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