AW: [postgis-users] psql2shp on two tables to get one shapefile.. .
Horst.Duester at bd.so.ch
Thu Jun 26 00:15:31 PDT 2003
you can use ogr2ogr delivered with the GDAL/OGR Library. With ogr2ogr is is
very easy to create output shapes joined from two or more tables due to the
ogr2ogr -f 'ESRI Shapefile' <shapefilename> PG:'dbname= user= host=' -sql
'<your SQL query to join the tables>' -nln <shapefilename>
Von: Nick Ton [mailto:nton at photon.com]
Gesendet am: Mittwoch, 25. Juni 2003 20:40
An: 'PostGIS Users Discussion'
Betreff: [postgis-users] psql2shp on two tables to get one shapefile...
I am trying to create a shapefile where the data is based on two different
Has anyone done this before? Here is my problem, simplified:
-- City table contains some information, plus the_geom
CREATE TABLE city_tbl
PRIMARY KEY (city_id)
-- City statistics table contains additional information
-- that has to be linked to the city table in order to make the shapefile
CREATE TABLE city_stats_tbl
city_id REFERENCES city_tbl
One thought I had but wasn't sure if this is correct -- could I join the two
together into a temp table, then perform a pgsql2shp on the temp table.
me your thoughts.
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