[mapguide-users] feature class in mapguide studio
dorrdor at yahoo.fr
Tue Dec 4 09:29:53 EST 2007
The tables names: repere, historique, kangoo, test, interet, sol, route...
I can get in maguide studio only: sol and route..
Do you think that the other names are too long?
> in the old mapguide, if you had very long table names, the ide
> (mapguide author?) would have
> problems unless you made them shorter.... can you show us a list of
> the table names?
> On Dec 4, 2007 8:13 PM, dorra2007 <dorrdor at yahoo.fr> wrote:
>> I have deleted and recreated the connection, sometimes have one new
>> reflected in mapguide studio, sometimes not.
>> The most blocking thing is that in any case, the number of tables
>> doesn't exceed four. I mean, when I have more than four tables (7 for
>> example), I have, as maximum, only four tables reflected in mapguide
>> (if, of course, I succeed to get them in mapguide studio.)
>> Have you encountered such problem (a max number of tables that can be
>> JotaroKujo wrote:
>> > dorra2007 wrote:
>> >> but when I want to update my database (I added new spatial table to
>> >> postgis database), the featureSource is not updated, and I can't
>> create a
>> >> new layer using the new table (because it's not displayed in the
>> >> class list.)
>> > I have found the same problem with Oracle 10g (I use the Autodesk
>> > commercial FDO).
>> > If you delete the connection, and recreate it...you will find the new
>> > tables in the list.
>> > May be when a connection is created, the server creates a file
>> > the database catalogue structure.
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