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The ArcGIS Pro python environment doesn't include the GDAL/OGR commandline utilities, just the python bindings. You can use gdal.VectorTranslate to do the same thing as ogr2ogr.


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You can specify the name of the tale inside a Geopackage: ogr2ogr -f "PostgreSQL" "PG:database" -t_srs EPSG:3035 -overwrite -lco \ GEOMETRY_NAME=geom -nln "corine.corine12_vec" \ U2018_CLC2012_V2020_20u1.gpkg NAME_OF_LAYER So for example for the U2018_CLC2012_V2020_20u1 layer: ogr2ogr -f "PostgreSQL" "PG:...


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TL;DR bash /path/to/shp2geojson.sh /path/to/input.shp /path/to/output-dir shp2geojson.sh #!/bin/bash clear; layername=$(ogrinfo -nogeomtype "$1" | grep "1:" | awk '{print $2}') count=$(ogrinfo -so -ro "$1" "$layername" | grep "Feature Count:" | awk '{print $3}') if [ -d $2 ]; then echo "The ...


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This is an addon for Apache Beam that can load and process GIS data on Google Dataflow: https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/dataflow-geobeam. It includes I/O connectors for GeoTiff, Shapefiles, and Geodatabases.


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It may be hard to deal properly with that WFS server because it sends invalid data. You can make a test with a browser https://georisques.gouv.fr/services?SERVICE=WFS&VERSION=2.0.0&REQUEST=GetFeature&TYPENAMES=ms:SSP_INSTR_GE&STARTINDEX=0&COUNT=8 The response even contains this message that is meant to be a hint for those who administrate ...


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To change the type of a column, you need to use ALTER TABLE. Use NULLIF to convert empty strings into NULLs: ALTER TABLE MyTable ALTER COLUMN geom SET DATA TYPE geometry(geometry, 27700) -- or geometry(point, 27700) USING ST_SetSRID(ST_GeomFromText(NULLIF(geom, '')), 27700);


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Where to find and how to install the `FileGDB' driver? Does it still exist? You need to compile yourself gdal using a recipe like below (tested on Ubuntu 18.04, should not differ a lot for your OS target) # Update install sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade # Get deps to reuse deps instead of installing them by hand sudo apt-get build-dep gdal-bin #...


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