At first you should pay attenion to the source folder, if you have converted one existing project to Polish project. Polish's default source directoty is source/src, and default resource directory is resources. Please go to the project's properties and change the Java Build Path setting like this. Otherwise you can not build it successfully.
Now you can debug or build the project with Ant.
If you have one CSV file that containing the WKT format SQL spatial data, how to input the data into MySQL?
For testing, at first create a table containing spatial colomn:
CREATE TABLE `geometry` (
`id` int( 11 ),
`geom` GEOMETRY ,
PRIMARY KEY ( `id` )
) TYPE = MYISAM;
In MySQL's operation software, Admin or PHPMyAdmin, you could run such SQL code to input the data:
"INSERT INTO geometry (id, geom) VALUES ('1', GeomFromText('LINESTRING(1283074 10562093,1283074 10562093,1283074 10562093)'));
If you are using Eclispe, maybe you will meet such error after you have installed a Eclipse plugin:
Error retrieving "feature.xml". [error in opening zip file]
When you open Help->Software Updates->Find and install to install a new plugin, this error will cause that you can not install the new one. What is the problem?
Do you remember how did you install the last Eclipse plugin? I guess you download the package and unzip or just put it into Eclipse's directory, without using the Software Updates tool in Help menu in Eclipse.
<iframeJust like this, Hi, this is NOT a static image, it is a map viewer, try to click the explore tools to move and zoom in,out. Cool?
dBASE was the first widely used database management system or DBMS for microcomputers, published by Ashton-Tate for CP/M, and later on the Apple II, Apple Macintosh, UNIX , VMS , and IBM PC under DOS where it became one of the best-selling software titles for a number of years. dBASE was never able to transition successfully to Microsoft Windows and was eventually displaced by newer products like Paradox, Clipper, FoxPro, and Microsoft Access. dBASE was sold to Borland in 1991, which sold the rights to the product line in 1999 to the newly-formed dBASE Inc.