[fdo-users] AutoCAD and FDO OGR for personal geodatbases
kidsmake6 at msn.com
Fri Sep 14 10:17:08 PDT 2012
To connect to personal and file-based Geodatabases, you must have the
- A 32-bit operating system
- Access to Personal and File Geodatabases
- A valid license to either ArcGIS Desktop software or equivalent
ArcEngine is included with the ArcGIS Dektop products, such as ArcView,
ArcEditor, and ArcInfo.
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 8:30 AM, Bassler, Brian CTR NAVFAC MIDLANT, GIS <
brian.bassler.ctr at navy.mil> wrote:
> I have been working with the OGR provider available for AutoCAD and I have
> a few questions.
> First, is there a comprehensive guide to the use of the OGR provider?
> I'm currently using the 3.4 version with AutoCAD Map 3D 2010. I've not
> been able to save changes to a personal geodatabase regardless of the
> readonly setting when I connect or use of checkout/checkin from the ribbon.
> I have found contradicting info that says features can and cannot be
> edited with this plugin. Can I get a positive answer on this forum?
> I'm also working with a demo version of AutoCAD Map 3D 2013. I thought
> sure I had read somewhere that the OGR provider would be included in the
> install but it is not. I'm not sure which version I should try, so far
> have installed the 3.7 beta but am getting connection errors which I
> believe are due to the ODBC drivers present on my test machine. Said test
> machine is Win 7 64bit with 64bit AutoCAD 2013 and 32 bit Office 2007.
> Note that MS Access was not included in that install so I've also
> installed the 32bit ODBC connectivity drivers from MS. So far, this
> configuration DOES NOT work.
> I'd like to be able to use AutoCAD Map 3D 2013 to read/edit features in an
> ESRI personal geodatabase.
> Any recommendations? Many thanks for any help!!
> Brian C. Bassler
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