[SoC] GSoC 2011 Weekly report - OSM data mining and editing capabilities in uDig and Geotools

Jody Garnett jody.garnett at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 18:55:06 EDT 2011

 Well you have a classic choice: 

- if you can make a feature store then the udig editing tools will work.
- If not you can make your own tools

There are two tutorials on how to make a Datastore / FeatureSource / FeatureStore thing here:


ContentDataStore (uses newer cleaner code so is easier to follow and looks pretty but is not as well tested)
AbstractDataStore (uses older code and is a better tutorial covering more stuff)

Jody Garnett

On Monday, 25 July 2011 at 2:19 AM, Mirco Franzago wrote:

> ==Weekly Report==
> Hi all,
> this week I studied the uDig tutorials and uDig code to learn how to use the renderers. 
> I made some experiments about OSM data import and editing using JOSM and Potlatch2.
> Now I'm trying to find a way to edit OSM data directly from uDig and a way to commit (save) the data on the neo4j-spatial database
>  after the editing phase. 
> Regards,
> Mirco.
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