This article shows how to use GeoRaptor’s Jump to Geometry functionality to conduct “one off” mapping of SDO_GEOMETRY and EWKT/WKT text objects. PostGIS is shown as a source for EWKT showing how to integrate development across multiple databases.
This page describes all the elements of the layer properties dialog used to style spatial data in a GeoRaptor map view.
This article shows how to export SDO_GEOMETRY data from Oracle to GeoJSON using GeoRaptor and SQL Developer with visualisation in the free Tatuk GIS Viewer.
GML Export and qGIS Visualisation This article shows how to export GML from SQL Developer table and resultset (query) objects using GeoRaptor. It also shows how to use the “OGR” flavour for encoding attributes (columns). And, finally, it shows how to open the GML files in qGIS and to query features to show their attributes.
This article shows how to use GeoRaptor to render area or polygon objects using area, linear, point and text styles.
This article demonstrates demonstrated “on the fly” projection via use of multiple views to map geographic data.
This post documents GeoRaptor’s Metadata Tool that can be used to created, update, delete and analyze the xxx_GEOM_METADATA associated with data held in tables and SDO_GEOMETRY columns.
Using GeoRaptor to Load Shapefile(s) into a table
A simple demonstration of how to map SDO_GEOMETRY data from two different sources.
GeoRaptor can represent SDO_GEOMETRY data using a number of visual formats such as WKT, GML and KML, but also “enhanced” SDO_GEOMETRY formatting using colour and coordinate grouping. GeoRaptor even supports the visualiation of the actual geometry using a thumbnail.