I have written a standalone application that will export Shape files but I need some help with the prj files.
How can I write custom geodesy to the prj so that my shape files will load in ArcMAP whitout triggering this annoying "Geographic Coordinate Systems Warning" dialogue box?
My current prj file looks like this (on one single line of course):
TOWGS84[-116.641, -56.931, -110.559, 0.893, 0.921, -0.917, -3.52]],
Does ArcMAP read the TOWGS84 parameter? (As listed here http://docs.geotools.org/stable/javadocs/org/opengis/referencing/doc-files/WKT.html)
When I manually define a custom datum transformation in ArcMAP, the "CreateCustomGeoTransformation" tool will show this syntax: GEOGTRAN(METHOD('Position_Vector'],PARAMETER['X_Axis_Translation',-116.641],PARAMETER.........
Can I use this syntax in my WKT (=prj) file instead of the TOWGS84 parameter?
I don't want to adopt the ESRI or EPSG naming / numbering scheme. I want full flexibility for custom definitions - it should work even it's not already defined by ESRI or EPSG. Is this possible?
PS: I know that particular shift is already predefined in ArcMAP - I'm just using it as an example.