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The Future of GeoRaptor

Tuesday January 27 2015 at 07:45

Keywordssql developer georaptor
Summary

What is the future of GeoRaptor?

GeoRaptor needs some more work to make it work within SQL Developer 4.0.

Requests for such support are starting to occur more frequently.

Additionally, the way GeoRaptor draws needs refactoring as does the way it represents spatial data.

GeoRaptor gets a lot of downloads per week but these do not lead to any interaction on the SourceForge page eg report bugs, request enhancements etc. In other words little feedback to say whether the product is of any use to anyone.

Also, the size of the development and support time is shrinking with no others offering themselves to help with the project.

I am interested in who is using GeoRaptor and what you think its future may be. Please comment below or email me directly.

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Comment [4]

Hi,
I am a new developer in georaptor in SL Developr. I have installed the SQL Developer 3.2 and update the georaptopr plugin. But unable to see the map that has stored in the table. Unable to add/see the map view window.

Please help on this.

Thanks
&
Regards,
PK

— pravat · 23 October 2013, 12:41 · #

PK,

If you are running GeoRaptor 3.2 on SQL Developer 3.2 then it will work.

I recommend that you try the Early Access release available on the source forge site.

If it still doesn’t work please describe in detail what you are doing to try and map a table.

regards
Simon

— Simon Greener · 28 January 2015, 09:22 · #

I am using the georaptor platform and I want to know if it is already possible to import and export shapefile files with other GIS, In addition to knowing which is the version of georaptor that allows it

— Abraham Cárdenas · 17 October 2018, 05:59 · #

You can import shapefiles in GeoRaptor (SQL Developer 3.2) by right mouse clicking on the Tables node and selecting GeoRaptor>Import Shapefile.

You can export by clicking on the node of the table you want to export and selecting GeoRaptor>Export and following the wizard. Or if you want to export a selection open the table viewer and select the rows/columns you want, or execute a specific SELECT quary in a SQL Worksheet (F9), select the rows etc you want to export (including the sdo_geometry) and then select GeoRaptor>Export>SHP.

HTH
SImon

— Simon Greener · 17 October 2018, 10:09 · #