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Acronym for Structured Query Language. A syntax for retrieving and manipulating data from a relational database.

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SELECT TOP query in ArcGIS Desktop?

Is there a way to use a SELECT TOP (n) within ArcGIS desktop? Is appears that since the ArcGIS query builder is effectively building the SQL statement after the WHERE clause, that this may not be ...
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Using integer variable in where clause of ArcPy script?

I'm trying to include an integer variable in the SQL where-clause of a tool like this (ArcGIS 10 Python script): newR = ExtractByAttributes(inR, '"IntField">=2508') where inR is an integer raster,...
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How to label features in QGIS using SQL statement?

In QGIS, I can't seem to find a way to define the features that I want to label using a SQL query? Is this possible? For example, I downloaded the OSM Natural shapefiles, and a lot of those features ...
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Labeling classes for small roads on large extent maps in ArcMap with SQL statement?

I have many small sub divisions that won't label nice, (lot of overlapping) unreadable. While using the bullet leader symbol. What would be the best statement that would place the labels in a ...
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Select by attributes - records with the largest attribute value

Using 'Select By Attributes' how can I select records from a shapefile database table where a numeric field contains the largest value. Need to use MAX function or something like that but can't get ...
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How to use Select by Attributes query with semicolons?

I am trying to select multiple (50 or more) unique numeric records using ArcGIS 10's "Select by Attributes" using semicolons ';' after each record which it verifies as good to go. Please see screen ...
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calculate value using maximum value from different feature class

I'm trying to get the maximum numeric value from one feature class and use that value in an expression to calculate values of a different feature class. fc2.bldg_id = max(fc1.bldg_id)+1 Can this ...
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Select features that do NOT intersect in PostGIS

This seems to me like such a simple question (and it probably is) yet I cannot seem to find an example that gives me the answer. Using PostGIS, I just want to select points that fall outside of ...
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Automatically creating 2D-point features for ArcGIS Desktop from addresses in SQL database?

I currently have an SQL-Table which contains our buildings. I already added the table and now want to create features ( 2D-Points ) from that information. The biggest problem I have is that the "...
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Postgres/postgis cursors

I have a road network with StreetName and min/max address ranges for each segment (ie- StreetName = 'Main St', Min = 100, Max = 199). I also have individual address points with similar information (...
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Is there a way to update the attribute table of a feature class with a query?

I have a layer with multi-polygon feature classes for states and provinces. The shape area for some features classes is < 0 causing the label to be position in odd locations. It seems that the ...
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'Select by attribute' using python in ArcMap 10

I need to select a feature using SQL before zooming to it in python. What I'm looking for are replacements for the commented lines in this code: import arcpy parcel_num = "123456" mxd = arcpy....
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Geodjango insert statement: psycopg2.IntegrityError: violates check constraint

Why is the following INSERT statement throwing this error? INSERT INTO domes_place (placeid, structidx, oscode) VALUES ('10', '1', 'POINT(51.121282945772 1.3138398501222)'); psycopg2.IntegrityError: ...
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Error adding data to Geodjango database: parse error… within geometry

I'm trying to insert some values into a Geodjango database, but getting errors. This is the table: class Place(models.Model): placeid = models.IntegerField(primary_key=True) structidx = ...
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Splitting polylines using regions with PostGIS

I was wondering if it is possible to split a polyline on polygon boundaries (regions) in PostGIS, the picture below is of what we have at the moment and showing where I need the polylines split: Lets ...
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Queries returning very big datasets in PostGIS

I have a PostGIS query that will return several million rows: SELECT t1.id AS id1, t2.id AS id2, ABS(t1.mean_h - t2.mean_h) AS h_diff, ST_Distance(t1.the_geom, t2.the_geom) AS dist FROM ...
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Is it possible to define a No SQL model for spatial data? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there any way I can use a Key-Value store for geospatial data? I read somewhere about No SQL being a solution for large databases management, the kind that google uses for ...
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APDM - error exporting database from Oracle

I have a fairly large database on a slow network and I am using a third party tool to update data which calculates other fields and so on. I have a guid string with an empty box (weird glyph - seen ...
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ArcObjects table views or SQLite3 in Python?

Given a larger csv (1000+ points) with attributes, I need to do both attribute and spatial queries on the data. Would it be faster to read the points into an xy feature class, and do the spatial and ...
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Connecting to PostGIS database from ArcMap for display and query without ArcSDE?

How can I connect to a PostGIS database from ArcMap using ArcGIS Desktop 9.3 and later? I would like to be able to perform spatially enabled queries and receive the results back (e.g. spatial and non-...