[postgis-users] Upload a shapefile to PostGIS via Web?

Barend Kobben kobben at itc.nl
Thu Aug 14 05:06:44 PDT 2008

Or use the OS gis-viewer QuantumGIS (www.qgis.org) it has a plugin called
SPIT which allows you to load the file in QGIS and then upload to PostGIS...

Barend Köbben
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On 14-08-08 10:51, "Guido Lemoine" <guido.lemoine at jrc.it> wrote:

> Luigi et al,
> If you use a Java environment, you would want to look at Geotools (can
> parse shapefiles to Postgis)
> and a servlet or JSP set-up for multi-part request processing on the
> server. If you are familiar with
> Groovy and Grails, I can recommend that to make the coding a lot easier.
> GL
> Xiaoyu Guan wrote:
>> Hi Luigi:
>> yes, I also see the problem, there are at least two steps, step1: zip
>> all shapefile and upload. step 2: extract zip file, and import to
>> certain database. Maybe there is one way or some people are already
>> working on it. I am think whether possible translate OGR2OGR or
>> Shp2pgsql into python or other languages, which user can runing the
>> conversion part at server side. That s what I am thinking about the
>> solution.
>> Thanks for your reply.
>> All the best
>> Xiaoyu
>> -- 
>> Xiaoyu Guan (Sam)
>> Geo-information Science
>> Wageningen UR
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