[postgis-users] Viewer plugins of PostGIS --HELP

Ben Madin lists at remoteinformation.com.au
Wed Jun 15 01:29:11 PDT 2011


This may not help, but I guess I find QGIS quite simple for actually visualising data. Maybe not so good for complex queries. There are now a number of PostGIS plug-ins though.

Download. Install. Run. Add PostGIS Layer...



On 15/06/2011, at 4:19 PM, ΑΠΟΣΤΟΛΟΣ ΛΕΛΕΝΤΖΗΣ wrote:

> Hi list
> For another time, i ask your help and your valuable experience!!
> My problem is related with ad-hoc solutions for viewing spatial data of a postgis database.
> I was searching a lot in the internet, and i found the following links which indicate the installation and the usability of a postgis-viewer plugin.
> [1] http://www.postgresonline.com/journal/archives/180-pgAdmin113plugins_postgis.html
> [2] http://geotux.tuxfamily.org/index.php?option=com_myblog&task=view&id=277&Itemid=59&lang=en
> Regarding with the first plugin[1], i have execute all the necessary guides for the installation, but it doesn't work.
> Specifically, i select a geometric table or i type a spatial SQL query, but when i switch the postgis viewer then the new window don't visualize the relevant table or the spatial outputs.
> So, could anyone help me?? Maybe, someone else has used this tool??
> Concerning with the second plugin [2], i have installed it, very easy and quickly, but it doesn't work because it requires the installation of OSGeo4W environment.
> The postgis_viewer.bat file contains some variables which correspond to OSGeo4W paths. Because, i have installed seperate all these programs which are contained at OSGeo4W,  i must change these paths for the good operation of plugin. So, could anyone to show me how to configure the postgis_viewer.bat file???
> Any suggestion is accepted!
> Thanks in advance
> Apostolis
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