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andy62
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FDO error to check-in features

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11-22-2008 02:18 AM
When I try to check-in a feature to table that is stored on SQL Server I get this message: "'FdoSpatialGridTransform::CalculateParameters': The resolution is too large (> 0.1) for the extents."
Has anyone ever seen this?
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Andrea
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torentrue
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Registered: ‎09-29-2006
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Re: FDO error to check-in features

10-02-2012 12:16 PM in reply to: andy62

andy62 wrote:
When I try to check-in a feature to table that is stored on SQL Server I get this message: "'FdoSpatialGridTransform::CalculateParameters': The resolution is too large (> 0.1) for the extents."
Has anyone ever seen this?
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Andrea

I get this same error when trying to bulk copy from an SDF file to SQL Server Spatial.

 

Did you ever find the cause/resolution?

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Arben.Sylejmani
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Re: FDO error to check-in features

01-13-2014 01:31 AM in reply to: andy62

Hi 

Did you finde anything regardin this error 'FdoSpatialGridTransform::CalculateParameters':The resolution is too large (>0.1) for the extents

I have the same problem with Bulk Copy from dwg to Sql Server?

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torentrue
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Re: FDO error to check-in features

01-13-2014 03:15 AM in reply to: Arben.Sylejmani
I have not figured out the cause or the resolution.
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Arben.Sylejmani
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Re: FDO error to check-in features

01-13-2014 10:03 PM in reply to: andy62
Hi
Did you finde anything regardin this error 'FdoSpatialGridTransform::CalculateParameters':The resolution is too large (>0.1) for the extents
I have the same problem with Bulk Copy from dwg to Sql Server?
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