Gabriele N. gis.gn at libero.it
Sun Mar 1 12:32:33 EST 2009

Given the limitations that exist with using GRASS and Postgres I do not know

There is someone who manages a GIS (with others), based mainly on GRASS?

1) If yes, how do? how organized these data? how to manage them?

2) If I put everything on postgres, To do spatial analysis with GRASS I am
forced to import data from Postgres. right?

Thanks for any advice.

Moritz Lennert wrote:
> On 21/02/09 14:25, Gabriele N. wrote:
>> Hi Moritz.
>> I have read here http://grass.osgeo.org/wiki/GRASS_7_ideas_collection
>> "Database
>> establish SQLite as default DBMI driver (DBF is too limited). done May
>> 2008.
>> "
>> That's because I thought that SQLite support in GRASS 7 concerns the
>> attribute management and the geometries.
> No, only attribute management.
> Moritz
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