[fdo-users] metada access (shp.xml)
ricolastas at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 10:20:13 EDT 2009
Thank you for your answer.
In fact i need to collect some information contain in a xml file.
Each of my shpfile has a .xlm associate file. This xml document contains the
metadata of the shp file.
For exemple, i need to collect the chain of character between the two tag:
May be it's better to use some method of the FdoXmlReader class...
But i wan to know if it's possible to do that with a query command like
I hope that my question is comprehensible :)
Dan Stoica wrote:
> Here is an example (unmanaged):
> FdoPtr<FdoIConnection> connection = ...;
> connection->SetConnectionString (L"DefaultFileLocation="
> FdoIoFileStreamP fileStream =
> FdoIoFileStream::Create(L"ShpSchemaConfig.xml", L"r");
> Is this what you need?
> From: fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
> [mailto:fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Eric Dureault
> Sent: Tuesday, August 04, 2009 10:21 AM
> To: fdo-users at lists.osgeo.org
> Subject: [fdo-users] metada access (shp.xml)
> I am currently working on a project of administration of geographic data.
> For now, I'm just working on data in the format shape (shp).
> I've begun to work with FDO last week so i have not a great experience...
> I create a connection:
> fdoconnectionmgr = FeatureAccessManager.GetConnectionManager()
> iconnection = fdoconnectionmgr.CreateConnection(OSGeo.SHP.3.4)
> and open it with this connectionstring:
> iconnection.ConnectionString = "DefaultFileLocation = C:\....\road.shp"
> The connectoin state is correctly show as "open"
> Now I need to access to the metada contain in the .xml associed file and i
> don't know how to do this...
> Is it possible to do this with : CommandType.CommandType_Select or i need
> to use something else?
> Have you got an exemple for this type of query commands?
> Appreciate your cooperation in advance
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