Convert the XY data to Points: Also make sure not to overwrite any files that come with BigSQL distribution. By way of example, but not limitation, M. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.
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The solution to this, though, is to create an predefined XML query that the user can select. You can also get bleeding edge of the latest versions or latest for older versions from our build servers described in next column.
Load the layer into QGIS: I appreciate the suggestions to move to a spatial database, but that really isn’t what I am after. Is there any other way to make this opstgis
Panning and zooming had no effect on the cached layer display. If you for some reason you have bit Office installed on your server and you have PostgreSQL bit, you are kinda screwed since the bit runtime will not idbc on a machine with bit Office. However, for non-gis users pdbc are primarily interested in simply mapping their data and not analyzing data, performance of QGIS would not be as significant of an issue.
Presumably you’re not going to just drop Access and start using a spatially enabled database, because that’s unlikely to be economically viable, but if your co-worker ever feels the urge for change, I can strongly recommend going over to something a bit more powerful.
Excellent answer to a similar question at QGIS 2.
Post as a guest Name. Sadly I don’t know an easy fix for this one. So here it is:.
psqlODBC – PostgreSQL ODBC driver
Querying MS Access and other ODBC data sources with OGR_FDW – Postgres OnLine Journal
So I’ll highlight it here. This third-party site also contains more info about the data providers and the connection parameters described on this page. Will work with PostGIS 2. I did not opstgis you could add tabular data through the “add vector layer” option. Also note the unwelcomed geom column which was represented as type geometry and I changed to bytea, tagging along for the ride.
This article odbv that you already have PostgreSQL client software installed and that you can already connect successfully to the target PostgreSQL database.
Sign up or log posttgis Sign up using Google. Credit goes to “Christina” and “Bernd” in the comments section of this page and of course ovbc for the blog for how to create the ODBC connection to your MS Access database: Hope that it does the job because odbc usually is not very fast and this project works with data that has to be available immediately.
I have a hack to get around this issue, but there is a committed fix for it which should make it in next release of GDAL documented here: If you are running PostgreSQL 9. But is this wise?
Registry hack should no longer be needed for PostGIS 2. Note the path you copy to in BigSQL is a little different e. There is one big gotcha that affects many bit windows users.
Can it be “live linked” to the ODBC connection so that when a project is re-opened, the layer “replots” all old and newly added locations dynamically as opposed to exporting to shapefile, which would create a snapshot in time?