[postgis-users] PostGIS + Hibernate Quick Start
dave.potts at pinan.co.uk
Thu Mar 27 14:53:18 PDT 2008
I have used both hibernate/postgis setups
Whille its true that the hibernate postgis setup is in SVN I did'nt
discover a source link to Hibernate Spatial (please correct if I am wrong).
Both products allow you access to postgis goemtry data structures, but I
found the postgis hibernate version from the postgis site would not
allow me to make querries using the foo: notation, pehaps it was my set
up, I am not sure.
But I managed to get the http://www.hibernatespatial.org to work
correctly, so I would suggest that you use that.
Karel Maesen wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> I wrote a Hibernate extension for spatial databases, called Hibernate
> Spatial. You can find the project at http://www.hibernatespatial.org/
> . I think it has what you're looking for.
> Karel Maesen
> Geovise BVBA
> On 27 Mar 2008, at 21:28, Alan Gutierrez wrote:
>> I'd like to get started with PostGIS though Hibernate. However, there
>> is not much to start with.
>> There is a PowerPoint discussing how the British Columbia Digital
>> Road Atlas uses Hibernate to bridget between PostGIS and Java
>> Topology Suite geometries.
>> There is a dash of example code at the PostGIS website.
>> It seems to extend the PostgreSQL Hibernate dialect and it might be
>> all that is needed to obtain full PostGIS support, but I'm uncertain.
>> Any guidance?
>> Alan Gutierrez | alan at blogometer.com | http://blogometer.com/ | 504
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