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Software - geOrchestra Spatial Data Infrastructure geOrchestra’s core relies on a security proxy based on Spring Security and on a single-sign-on system using CAS. geOrchestra provides independant and interoperable modules to build your own custom spatial data infrastructure: a data catalog based on GeoNetwork version 2.10, a map and feature server: GeoServer version 2.5.4, an advanced data access list manager: GeoFence, a map tiles server: GeoWebCache version 1.5.1, an advanced web map viewer with query, styling, editing functions, a data extractor to extract, reproject and download datasets from OGC services, a user and group manager (“ldapadmin”), a module to display data usage statistics (“analytics”).
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The FME Evangelist » FME2011 Use Case: Joiner vs FeatureMerger Hi FME’ers, Interacting with FME users I see various points of view on the merits of the Joiner transformer versus the FeatureMerger. Although both transformers carry out similar actions, it’s not clear to users when you should use each of these – particularly in relation to workspace performance. So this post will indulge in some investigative journalism! I’ll compare and contrast these transformers, to see where you would want to use each of them, and throw other transformers – such as the updated SQLExecutor and the new FeatureReader - into the mix as potential alternatives. Descriptions First a description. In general these transformers are used to merge features together.
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FMEpedia - SherbendGeneralizer Examples SherbendGeneralizer is an FME 2011 transformer for 'smarter' generalization, which preserves original topology of the features. The goal of the Sherbend algorithm is to reduce unnecessary details on a line based on the analysis of the line’s bends. Sherbend is a constraint based algorithm that preserves topology of the lines and points in the input dataset. The Sherbend algorithm iteratively generalizes bends in a line by using the diameter parameter to select bends for generalization. The generalization process may eliminate, reduce, or combine bends, while resolving conflicts. The strategy for generalizing bends in a line looks as follows: