[postgis-users] Multipoint thresold
mwtoews at gmail.com
Fri Jul 2 09:43:50 PDT 2010
What tells you there is nothing in your multipoint geometry? Client software
can be buggy with large unexpected numbers, so the error may be with
whatever tool you are using. Can you verify the number of points using SQL?
On 2 July 2010 08:49, Biddy <newskatze at riomhphost.net> wrote:
> thanks for your reply.
> Actually, I do use sql in order to query my data. It tells me that there is
> nothing in my multipoint geometry.
> Zitat von Nicolas Ribot <nicolas.ribot at gmail.com>:
> Hi everyone,
>>> I am using multipoints and while filling them I noticed that there
>>> to be a thresold between 1,100 and 1,200 points per multipoint (no error,
>>> everything loads fine, just the multipoint geometry columns are empty).
>>> I haven't found any documentation on this. So, I am wondering whether
>>> is a general size restriction or if it depends on the computer you're on
>> No size restriction.
>> Is it possible you look at your data using pgAdmin ?
>> If it is the case, pgAdmin is limiting the number of characters when
>> displaying tables.
>> try a select st_numGeometries(geom) to check all the points are added
>> to the multi object.
>> Or use psql to see the data.
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