[Gdal-dev] OGDI driver with GDAL-ogr
yjacolin at free.fr
Tue Oct 10 08:50:33 EDT 2006
Thanks for your answer ! Indeed, after moving v0eur directory
to /home/yjacolin/ it is working !
The driver seems really sensitive!
Le Mardi 10 Octobre 2006 14:44, vous avez écrit :
> the VRF driver is sensitive against mixed case pathnames. This is due to
> some complex name mangling when accessing the data set. Try to move the
> data to a path with all lowercase directories; e.g.
> You can search the GDAL mailing list archive for more info by using the
> keyword "vmap". Look for the thread "[Gdal-dev] ogr2ogr issues for vmap0
> on Ubuntu Breezy".
> > Hi again !
> > Sorry, I wrote too fast. The driver is working, but I always 0 feature !
> > Here my command :
> > ogrinfo -ro -summary
> > gltp:/vrf/home/yjacolin/Documents/SIG_local/Echange/Recu/v0eur/vmaplv0/eu
> >rnasia 'polbnda at bnd(*)_area'
> > Any idea ?
> > Y.
> > Le Mardi 10 Octobre 2006 10:51, Jacolin Yves a écrit :
> >> Hello,
> >> I try to build GDAL-OGR with the OGDI driver. I want to use VMAP0 and
> >> transform these layers to shapefile then in mapserver.
> >> First I try to use the libogdi binaire from my distribution
> >> (Mandriva2006). I success to connect to but I get 0 feature ! Altough in
> >> VPFviewer I get much more.
> >> After looking for in the mailing list, I read that my OGDI driver may be
> >> a little bit too old, so I build the last one (OGDI-3.1.5). I build
> >> again gdal-ogr and ... altough all seems ok, I get this error message :
> >> [yjacolin at TI-PC2 ~]$ gdalinfo
> >> Exception en point flottant
> >> I can not translate this, because I do not understand it in french :-/,
> >> something like "exception in floating point" may be?!
> >> Anybody can help me ? Thanks in advance.
> >> Y.
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