[fdo-users] .net and fdo

Donald Cameron donald.cameron at autodesk.com
Tue Dec 2 13:59:17 EST 2008

Hi Mateo,
I copy all of the FDO dlls into my bin\Release folder and I reference a minimum of three: OSGeo.FDO.dll, OSGeo.FDO.Common.dll, and OSGeo.FDO.Geometry.dll. You will have to use C#.

The SDF connection parameter is File, and the SHP connection parameter is DefaultFileLocation. The value of DefaultFileLocation is a folder, which contains all of the related SHP files, .shp, .prj, .dbf, etc. An example connection string is "DefaultFileLocation=C:\MyData\MyShpFolder;".


From: fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Matteo
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Hi all, I would to create an application (vb.net or c#) that convert shp file to sdf 3. I'm new in fdo tecnology and I don't know the basic step for develep with FDO. For example: 1) How dll i must be reference in my .net project? 2) What is the connection string to connect to a shp file? I don't find some examples Regards Matteo
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