Spectrum Spatial (SSA/LIM)

Data sources and Data types supported in Spectrum Spatial 2018.2

  • 1.  Data sources and Data types supported in Spectrum Spatial 2018.2

    Pitney Bowes
    Posted 11 days ago
    Edited by Susan Bardet 8 days ago

    Spectrum Spatial supports spatial and non-spatial data types from a variety of data sources. The data sources can be file based or from databases. The spatial repository supports the creation of Named Tables from the following data sources.

    - Native TAB and Native Extended TAB
    - ESRI Shape files
    - DBF tables
    - Grid layers
    - Image (raster) layers

    These resources can be created using the Map Uploader tool that runs inside MapInfo Pro, the Spatial Manager application that ships as part of Spectrum Spatial or programmatically via the Named Resource service.

    Spectrum Spatial supports Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, GeoPackage and Generic JDBC.

    To learn more on supported data sources and data formats refer to the Spectrum Spatial guide, the website link is below

    https://support.pb.com/help/spectrum/18.2/en/webhelp/Spatial/index.html#Spatial/source/Resources/resources/datasources/data_sources_supported.html

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    Susan Bardet
    Software Support Engineer (EMEA)
    susan.bardet@pb.com

    Pitney Bowes
    Henley-on-Thames
    RG9 6AB Oxfordshire
    pitneybowes.com
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