Infrastructure Map Server General Discussion

Infrastructure Map Server General Discussion

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Connecting to PostGIS 2.0

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01-26-2012 07:35 AM

Hello,

 

i want to connect the AIMS 2012 to a PostgreSQL-DB with PostGIS 2.0 installed.

In Autodesk Infrastructure Studio i'm able to make a data connection so that the schema shows up in the preview.

When i create a layer, no geometry is shown up in the preview...

 

With Desktop-GIS like ArcMap or QGIS i can establish a connection without problems, so i think geometry columns are right in PostgreSQL 8.4/PostGIS 2.0.

 

Has anybody solved a problem like that yet?

 

SK

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Re: Connecting to PostGIS 2.0

01-26-2012 05:43 PM in reply to: s.klein

The FDO provider that comes with AIMS 2012 does not support PostGIS 2.0

 

- Jackie

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Re: Connecting to PostGIS 2.0

01-26-2012 10:43 PM in reply to: jackie.ng

sorry to hear that...

will fdo support postgis 2.0 in the nearer future?

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Re: Connecting to PostGIS 2.0

03-19-2012 01:16 AM in reply to: s.klein

when you make the data connect can you view the attribute? and also when ceating for layer are you able to select the field? 

 

 

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Re: Connecting to PostGIS 2.0

03-19-2012 02:41 AM in reply to: s.klein

yes, i'm able to view the attributes and i can select the different attributes creating a layer... but the layer doesn't show up in the preview or weblayout. with postgis 1.5.3 it's working well.. i think aims can't handle the geometry cause it's stored in postgis 2.0 on an other way then in 1.5.3 and fdo doesn't support the postgis 2.0 geometry yet...

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