[gdal-dev] Interlis driver does not polygonize anymore
pi_ml at sourcepole.com
Sun Nov 16 23:52:32 PST 2014
Am Freitag, 14. November 2014, 17.09:12 schrieb Stefan Ziegler:
> Ok, the autotest example runs smoothly. It seems a problem with the order
> of the relation attribute "Entstehung" in the table
> Bodenbedeckung__BoFlaeche in my data (find it attached). It is added as the
> last attribute in the table but actually it's the second one (after TID).
> I remember that the order of these relation attributes are a bit nasty to
> handle. Pirmin, can you confirm this behaviour/bug? I guess this was
> introduced with the change from ili (java) to imd?
This bug has been fixed in trunk about 3 weeks ago. The imd file has to be
generated with ili2c.jar >=4.5.5 from the sourceforge site (not available on
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 3:23 PM, Even Rouault <even.rouault at spatialys.com>
> > Stefan,
> > > I've got some problems with the interlis driver. When I try to convert
> > > an
> > > interlis 1 file to shapefiles with the following command:
> > >
> > > ogr2ogr shpdir/ 254900/254900.itf,dm01avso24.imd
> > >
> > > There are no polygon shapes created. It seems that the point coordinates
> > -
> > > which are stored in two separate columns - are shifted.
> > The driver now supports multiple geometry columns since GDAL 1.11. On the
> > example in the GDAL autotest, it appears that the point geometry column is
> > declared before the second geometry column, so
> > you'll get only the point when translating to shapefile, unless you
> > explicitely specify the polygon geometry column (look at its name with
> > ogrinfo)
> > With the sample in autotest :
> > ogr2ogr out.shp data/ili/Beispiel.itf,data/ili/Beispiel.imd
> > Bodenbedeckung__BoFlaechen -overwrite -select Form
> > > Column "Geometrie_" contains a small double value. Column "Geometrie_1"
> > > contains one coordinate. Column "Qualitaet" contains the second
> > coordinate.
> > Not sure about that. Maybe Pirmin has an idea. A sample dataset of yours
> > might be needed.
> > Even
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