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Spatial Types → Oracle Spatial is designed to make spatial data management easier and more natural to users of … applications. After the spatial data is stored in an Oracle database, you can easily manipulate, retrieve … , and relate it to all the other data stored in the database. The following datatypes are available only if you have installed Oracle
Contents → Documentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Spatial? 3-D Geometry … I Conceptual and Usage Information 1 Spatial Concepts 1.1 What Is Oracle Spatial? 1.2 Object … -Relational Model 1.3 Introduction to Spatial Data 1.4 Geometry Types 1.5 Data Model 1.5.1 Element 1.5.2 … for a
Contents → , Loader, Exporter 1.14 GeoRaster PL/SQL Demo Files 1.15 README File for Spatial and Related … Setting Spatial Extents 3.7 Indexing GeoRaster Data 3.8 Changing Raster Storage 3.9 Copying GeoRaster
Contents → Topology Data 1.1.1 Using a Topology Built from Topology Data 1.1.2 Using a Topology Built from Spatial … 1.12.2 Topology Built from Spatial Geometries 1.13 README File for Spatial and Related Features 2 … Network Modeling 5.2 Main Steps in Using the Network Data Model 5.2.1 Letting Spatial Perform Most … by Using
Overview of Oracle Spatial → Oracle Spatial is designed to make spatial data management easier and more natural to users of … location-enabled applications and geographic information system (GIS) applications. When spatial data is … stored in the database. A common example of spatial data can be seen in a road map. A road map is a … as longitude
Oracle® Spatial → of Oracle Spatial. Oracle Spatial Topology and Network Data Models Developer's Guide, 11 g Release
Oracle® Spatial → information for indexing and storing spatial data and for developing spatial applications using Oracle Spatial … and Oracle Locator. Oracle Spatial Developer's Guide, 11 g Release 1 (11.1) B28400-05 Copyright
Spatial Transformations → Spatial transformations are an integrated set of functions and procedures that enables spatial data … to be stored, accessed, and analyzed quickly and efficiently in an Oracle Database. Spatial … SDO_AGGR_UNION For descriptions and examples of these transformations, refer to the Oracle Spatial Developer's Guide.
Oracle® Spatial → reference information for the GeoRaster feature of Oracle Spatial, which lets you store, index, query … Spatial GeoRaster Developer's Guide, 11 g Release 1 (11.1) B28398-03 Copyright © 1999, 2008, Oracle
2.1.5 Oracle® Database 11g Spatial Documentation → Table 2-5 Oracle® Database Spatial Documentation Documentation Part Number Description Oracle … ) and a subset of the Web Ontology Language (OWL). Oracle Spatial GeoRaster Developer's Guide B28398 … -01 Describes GeoRaster, a feature of Oracle Spatial that lets you store, index, query, analyze, and … deliver GeoRaster data, that
5.2 Querying Spatial Data → This section describes how the structures of a Spatial layer are used to resolve spatial queries … and spatial joins. Spatial uses a two-tier query model with primary and secondary filter operations to … resolve spatial queries and spatial joins, as explained in Section 1.6. The term
5.2.1 Spatial Query → In a spatial R-tree index, each geometry is represented by its minimum bounding rectangle (MBR), as … Geometries with MBRs\" A typical spatial query is to request all objects that lie within a query
1.19 Spatial Error Messages → Spatial error messages are documented in Oracle Database Error Messages. Oracle error message
1.20 Spatial Examples → Oracle Spatial provides examples that you can use to reinforce your learning and to create models … advanced features: Inserting, indexing, and querying spatial data ( Section 2.1 ) Coordinate … systems (spatial reference systems) ( Section 6.12 ) Linear referencing system (LRS) ( Section 7.7
4 Loading Spatial Data → This chapter describes how to load spatial data into a database, including storing the data in a … table with a column of type SDO_GEOMETRY. After you have loaded spatial data, you can create a spatial … and validating spatial data are described in Section 4.3.
1 Spatial Concepts → Oracle Spatial is an integrated set of functions and procedures that enables spatial data to be … stored, accessed, and analyzed quickly and efficiently in an Oracle database. Spatial data represents … : Section 1.1, \"What Is Oracle Spatial?\" Section 1.2, \"Object-Relational Model\" Section 1.3 … , \"Introduction
5.2.2 Spatial Join → primary filter portion of the two-step process involved in the Oracle Spatial query processing model … objects that actually interact are selected. This operator can be used only if a spatial index has been … that are within n distance units from a reference object. This operator can be used only if a spatial … SDO_WITHIN_DISTANCE
1.10 Spatial Aggregate Functions → : SELECT SUM(salary), dept FROM employees GROUP BY dept; Oracle Spatial aggregate functions aggregate the … results of SQL queries involving geometry objects. Spatial aggregate functions return a geometry … '; For reference information about the spatial aggregate functions and examples of their use, see … Chapter 20. Note: Spatial
2.9.1 Spatial Index Views → There are two sets of spatial index metadata views for each schema (user): xxx _SDO_INDEX_INFO and … xxx _SDO_INDEX_METADATA, where xxx can be USER or ALL. These views are read-only to users; they are created and maintained by the Spatial indexing routines.
Oracle Spatial Java API → ® Spatial Java API Reference 11 g Release 1 (11.1) B28401-02 PREV NEXT FRAMES NO FRAMES Oracle … Spatial Java API The Oracle Spatial Java API consists of interfaces and classes that support … features available with Oracle Spatial, including GeoRaster and the topology and network data models, and