[mapguide-users] Re: Updating datasets in MGE. (sdf, or dwf)
zac.spitzer at gmail.com
Fri Aug 12 00:22:06 EDT 2011
can you post the FDO error messages?
was it just a data change, or a schema change?
saving the feature source will flush the cache schema definition,
there's a new(ish) right option in maestro to flush this..
"purge cached schema information" was introduced in Maestro 3.1
if you are doing the programatically via the API, you can flush the
by doing a getResourceContent/setResourceContent on the featureSource
On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 6:44 AM, GordonL
<gordon.luckett at arrowgeomatics.com> wrote:
> It could be that the SDF is cached. in the serverconfig.ini the SDF is
> usually part of the excluded list.
> FROM THE WIKI:
> DataConnectionPoolExcludedProviders ¶
> By default, SDF data sources do not use pooled connections. This allows
> read/write operations to occur. Some performance improvement can be obtained
> by enabling connection pooling for SDF and SHP. Note: Turning on connection
> pooling for SDF will make SDF unsuitable for FDO update operations. If
> temporary layers are constructed using SDFs, connection pooling must be
> disabled for SDF.
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