[pgrouting-users] Migration Guide from v1 to v2
daniel at georepublic.de
Mon Nov 25 03:29:16 PST 2013
On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 7:47 PM, Javier Mr <javiersdevmail at ymail.com> wrote:
> I have an application that uses pgRouting v1. I was wondering if it is
> possible to easily migrate from version 1 to version 2 of pgRouting. I
> noticed that the pgRouting v2 announcement stated that v2 is not baskwards
> compatible, is there any guide / list of steps to get it working using v2.
No there is no migration guide.
Anyone, who wants to contribute one is welcome. ;-)
> I already have postgres 9.3, postgis2.1 and pgrouting 2.0 installed (the
> ones available in the Ubuntu 14.04 repositories).
Really is there already pgRouting for 14.04?
> I'm reading the documentation for 2.0 and will read the workshop, but it
> does not look like there is a migration chapter.
> Wrapping up, is there (or will be) any migration guide?
A few hints maybe:
- If you only used "core" functions of Dijkstra or A* you should be OK
to change the function name and make small modifications as the column
names of the result are slightly different.
- If you used Shooting Star algorithm, then you need to look at TRSP,
because Shooting Star was removed
- If you used wrapper functions, then you now need to write them
> Javier Monge.
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