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Oracle Spatial GeoRaster Plugin
But when I try to add a specific raster image to the map, georqster error message appears Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Or does it come from QGIS. Enter the name of the database that you will connect to. Die Verbindung zu geor: Enter a name for the database geroaster. The selection data entry can also be used to enter a WHERE clause at the end of the identification string e. The “Oracle Spatial GeoRaster” plugin is all you need.
While Oracle is proprietary software, they provide their software free for development and testing purposes.
That should show the drivers it loads. So it looks more like a problem with the plugin.
BTW, what is the exact error you see? Here is one simple example of how to load raster images to GeoRaster:.
GDAL Raster Formats
I just realized you are using Windows, right? Figure Oracle Raster 2: Click on one of the listed subdatasets geeoraster then click on [Select] to choose the table name.
Please edit the question to limit it to georasfer specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. The error message talks about two possibilities: At any time, the selection entry can be edited in order to go directly to a known GeoRaster or to go back to the beginning and select another table name.
For example substitute with your own connection details: Is there any other solution or has anybody hints of what I am doing wrong?
GDAL Raster Formats
You may also [Edit] the connection by opening the previous dialog and making changes to the connection information, or use the [Delete] button to remove the connection from the drop-down list. The next step is to verify that QGIS uses that environment correctly too.
Can you see the GeoRaster plugin? Let’s confirm that works fine all the way. I assume they are otherwise you would not be able to run he GDAL commands But gepraster again, there are so many things that can go wrong The dialog will now show all the rows that contain GeoRaster objects.
Now another list of subdatasets will show with the names of GeoRaster columns on that table. But you say that you are able to access other data in the same database using QGIS To answer your question: Then when you run QGIS in that window you should see things like this you also see this if you run the gdalinfo command line:.
However, the database connection works as I am able to visualize vector data in an Oracle Spatial layer with the same connection. Is there another plugin apart from the “oracle-spatial-georaster”-plugin like written in the error message “GDAL-georaster?