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Multipoints not getting into GML output

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.3.0 RC4
    • Fix Version/s: 1.3.0 RC6
    • Component/s: Oracle
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Windows XP. Tomcat 5. J2SE 1.4_09.
    • Number of attachments :
      1

      Description

      I have an Oracle table with multipoints (SDO_GTYPE 2005). When asking Geoserver for a GetFeature request, I get the following WARNING:

      594187 [WARNING] org.geotools.data.oracle.sdo.SDO - Could not create MultiPoint with INTERPRETATION 1 - representing the number of points

      No geometries come out in the resulting GML because of this.

      I am using Geoserver 1.3 RC4 with the gt2main and gt2oracle-spatial jars sent by Hans-Ulrich Otto which contained the mutli-polygon fix and the connection not being closed fix.

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          Chris Holmes added a comment -

          Testing testing, let me know if this works Bart. For the gallery - changed it from > 1 to >=1. Jody and I looked into the docs and we think it should be fine. Bart, could you test both your multipoint table, and a table with just regular points? Make sure we didn't mess anything up.

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          Chris Holmes added a comment - Testing testing, let me know if this works Bart. For the gallery - changed it from > 1 to >=1. Jody and I looked into the docs and we think it should be fine. Bart, could you test both your multipoint table, and a table with just regular points? Make sure we didn't mess anything up.
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          Bart van den Eijnden added a comment -

          Chris, this works now for multipoints. And regular points also still work.

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          Bart van den Eijnden added a comment - Chris, this works now for multipoints. And regular points also still work.
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          Chris Holmes added a comment -

          This is all fixed, I'm leaving it open for you Justin, just so you're be sure to update your oracle spatial jars before you build. I committed the new jar to svn.

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          Chris Holmes added a comment - This is all fixed, I'm leaving it open for you Justin, just so you're be sure to update your oracle spatial jars before you build. I committed the new jar to svn.
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          Justin Deoliveira added a comment -

          Chris, i was a little unsure of what I am supposed to do her if you already commited the jar to svn. So I rebuild my oracle jar and put it in geoserver libs. If this was not the desired action, please let me know.

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          Justin Deoliveira added a comment - Chris, i was a little unsure of what I am supposed to do her if you already commited the jar to svn. So I rebuild my oracle jar and put it in geoserver libs. If this was not the desired action, please let me know.
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          Andrea Aime added a comment -

          These issue has been in resolved state for at least one month (quite a bit, a lot more than one month). Batch transitioning them to closed state

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          Andrea Aime added a comment - These issue has been in resolved state for at least one month (quite a bit, a lot more than one month). Batch transitioning them to closed state

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            • Assignee:
              Justin Deoliveira
              Reporter:
              Bart van den Eijnden
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