[mapguide-users] MapGuide SQL2008 Provider: can't support
carlshe at 163.com
Sun Oct 19 09:40:42 EDT 2008
I tried 'ExecuteSqlQuery' of 'Feature' on
select [Prj_Name] from CArchive_Archive_FolderGroup_Project where
it can work.
and I tried 'SelectFeatures' of 'Feature', filled the Resource id,Class
name, and Filter with 'Prj_Geometry.STIsClosed()=1'. and then click
'submit', it fails.
The returned message is as follows:
An exception occurred in FDO component. RDBMS: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server
Driver][SQL Server]'STIsClosed' is not the intrinsic function. Exception
occurred in method MgServerSelectFeatures.SelectFeatures at line 249 in file
It seems the problem of FDO. If Filter doesn't accept the geometry method,
How to set a spatial filter for a layer?
> I just had a post about SQL 2008 Provider and got many effective answers,
> and had my problem partially resolved.
> Now I can add a layer referencing to a feature datasource of ms sql 2008.
> Further more, I need to give a filter to the layer to select part of
> features. if I give a common condition(i.e. the common boolean clause,
> such as " id='1' and name like '%_c' "), and the mapguide can give a
> correct response (i.e. the features on the map are just those selected).
> but if I give a spatial condition ( such as "Prj_Geometry.STIsClosed()=1
> "), Mapguide always return a map contains all features.
> Is the boolean expression parsed by the datasource or by MapGuide Server
> In my opinion, the filter string should be parsed and executed by the
> provider datasource, such as MS SQL server 2008.
> could anybody help me?
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