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Is there any nosql database which supports the below

1) Should support local coordinates (spatial data which holds the coordinatesof door, Infra, etc.)

2)Integration with Geoserver.

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    Seeing your previous question, are you sure you need to go nosql? You should try PostgreSQL/Postgis, if you are coming from Oracle you might be surprised by the difference :-) – Andrea Aime Aug 21 at 7:20
  • Have you looked already and eliminated anything yet? – Spacedman Aug 21 at 7:52
  • @AndreaAime - We have done a POC with PostGis but haven't observed much difference in performance 1) Loading data from AutoCAD to POSTGIS 2) And budget as we want to go with Vendor – user3474541 Aug 21 at 8:20
  • @Spacedman - Yes, we looked both Solr and MangoDB but both have limitations that load only Geo coordiantes and doesn't support local coordinates. – user3474541 Aug 21 at 8:27
  • What do you mean by "local coordinates"? Simply an X and Y offset from some locally defined reference point? Any database can do that. – Spacedman Aug 21 at 8:34
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The Elastisearch geo-shape datatype seems to support any kind of unit (at least judging from the precision field): https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/geo-shape.html

NGA provides an Elasticsearch datastore that connects to Elastisearch: https://github.com/ngageoint/elasticgeo

However, I never tried either personally, and the GeoServer community has no contact with the elastigeo developers and thus cannot endorse or offer help with the store usage.

  • Later in the geo-shape document Note: Elasticsearch uses WGS-84 coordinates only.. – user30184 Aug 21 at 9:12
  • Ah, did not notice that... pity... – Andrea Aime Aug 22 at 7:53

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