[fdo-users] FDO provider for G/Technology

Zac Spitzer zac.spitzer at gmail.com
Wed Sep 17 00:54:31 EDT 2008

depending on your performance requirements, db FDO mightn't cut it performance
wise. SDF /SHP generally perform a lot better. you might want to
consider writing out
you data into an SDF file, which is going to be a lot easier than
writing a provider,
all depends on what your doing....


On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 2:48 PM, RangaSatish <rtolapi at avineonindia.com> wrote:
> You are right, G/Technology is intergraph product only. It uses Oracle (not
> Oracle spatial) as it's datastore, feature geometry will be stored in column
> X1,Y1 to X8,Y8. If a linear geometry has more than 8 vertices then the X,Y
> co-ordinates will be stored in the multiple rows of the table.
> My intention is, before going for the development of a new FDO provider to
> achieve this, I want to know is some thing already availble for this
> requirement or someone already has done similar kind of custom FDO
> providers.
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