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GIS toolkit library written in C#, published as projectware, usefull with intergraph GeoMedia product suite, focused to SQLServer. - SFS geometry model - SHP, GDO data providers - TIFF, CIT image decoders - SRS transform with XAML, JSON supp. - legend driven map disp...
PostGIS is a spatial database extender for PostgreSQL object-relational database. It adds support for geographic objects allowing location queries to be run in SQL. PostGIS adds extra types (geometry, geography, raster and others) to the PostgreSQL database. It also adds functions, operators, and index enhancements that apply to these spatial types.
This project produces an Extension and VBA module that allows ESRIs ArcMap (v8.x) product to access Open Source Postgresql/PostGIS spatial data tables. Includes importing tables and exporting/updating back to the database. Currently using Postgresql OD
This is an open source, Java-based LoST server/client reference implementation by Columbia University. Our LoST server runs as a Java Servlet on Apache-Tomcat web application server with PostgreSQL + PostGIS.
A tool for creating Spatial OLAP solutions on top of PostgreSQL + PostGIS (although working with solely conventional data is also possible). Results are presented in a spreadsheet frame (for conventional data) and in maps (for geographic data).
Npgsql is a .NET data provider for PostgreSQL. It allows you to connect and interact with PostgreSQL server using .NET.For any additional information, please visit the Npgsql website at http://www.npgsql.org.
A tool to convert DXF files to PostGIS geometry tables. A single DXF file is converted to a PostgreSQL - PostGIS SQL script to create and populate five tables, using the AutoCAD information of point, line, polyline, text, circle, insert, and layer.
PostgreSQL, on top of Debian Wheezy.The first command sets up a data container named data which will hold the configuration and data for the database. The second command creates a PostgreSQL instance with a username, passphrase and database name of your choice. The third command starts the database server.