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TESSELATE and CENTROID package updates

Wednesday February 25 2015 at 09:35

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Summary

This article outlines the change/updates to the Tesselate and Centroid packages.

Today (25th February 2015) I uploaded the following changes to the following packages:

1. TESSELATE

  • Reduce complexity of package interface.
  • Removed all Quad_Tree Initialise procedures (Quad_Tree functions internally initialise).
  • All SPACE_KEY functions removed: package now only supports morton key generation.
  • Added new ST_TileGeometry functions that provide greater options for tiling (or generating a regular grid over) an sdo_geometry object.

2. CENTROID

  • Improved handling of units of measure.

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