[mapguide-users] SQL Import Spatial Data

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Fri Oct 10 14:08:57 EDT 2008

AD is Active Directory. I was planning on using it for authentication. I forgot who it was that said it, but they felt that mg's security was "broken". 
Ed Jobe

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From: Jason Birch <Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca>
To: MapGuide Users Mail List <mapguide-users at lists.osgeo.org>
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 10:28:21 AM
Subject: RE: [mapguide-users] SQL Import Spatial Data

Not sure what AD is.
SQL Server 2008 does not support curves.  Not much to elaborate on there J
It also does not (or at least did not in the RCs that I tested) support spatial queries against invalid (by OGC definition) geometries.  Any data error would cause spatial queries to throw an exception.  This causes problems because Autodesk allows you to create invalid geometries, and every single MapGuide query includes an EnvelopeIntersects spatial filter.
You may want to test for yourself against the final version of SQL Server 2008 (I haven’t played with it yet) but my understanding was that this behaviour wouldn’t be altered before release.
Subject:Re: [mapguide-users] SQL Import Spatial Data
Could you please elaborate on this. I have recieved mssql 2008 and was considering using it with AD for my app.
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