[postgis-users] PostGIS installation in Windows 32-bit

Arto Vuorela arto.k.vuorela at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 02:55:04 PDT 2011

Perhaps the compatibility table
http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/UsersWikiPostgreSQLPostGIS is not up to
date, or some subversion details are not obvious. To make sure: on the
stable side, does the 2nd October postgis-pg91-binaries-1.5.3-2.zip go with
the recent postgresql-9.1.*1-1*-windows.exe as well as postgresql-9.1.*0-1*

And on the experimental side: is postgresql-9.1.0-*1*-windows.exe the final
PostgreSQL 9.1.0 release to be used with *PostGIS 2.0.0SVN Binaries with
Raster, Topology support + Extras (Tiger Geocoder 2010)* As of *September
29th, 2011 (r7923), postgis-pg91-binaries-2.0.0svn.zip?*

Perhaps even both versions can be installed if separate databases are

About how to install JDBC SNAPSHOT on page
http://postgis.refractions.net/download/: page
http://postgis.refractions.net/docs/ch05.html#id2633989 says *In order to
use the extension objects, the "postgis.jar" file must be in your CLASSPATH
along with the "postgresql.jar" JDBC driver package.* I understand CLASSPATH
environment variable value could be for example


2011/9/29 Arto Vuorela
> Regina and Leo wrote:
> >We have builds for upcoming PostGIS 2.0 for PostgreSQL 9.1 windows which
> will work together. In the experimental section:
> http://www.postgis.org/download/windows/experimental.php#PostGIS_2_0_0 ...
> If you can wait till this weekend or Monday, we should have new batches of
> binaries ready for 1.5.3 (Pg 9.1) and PostGIS 2.0 (Pg 9.1).
> Very nice. We might take the latest PostGIS 2.0 instead of 1.5.3, if it is
> clear how to install the binaries, and un-stableness or future upgrading to
> official 2.0 will not be a problem (no experience dealing with unstable
> versions).

> Still unclear, anyone?: how to install PostgreSQL JDBC driver?
> Arto
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