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Kmz to XSLT

Question asked by jpac000 on Aug 12, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 13, 2016 by lpinner

I am unsure how to create a block of coordinates from a Kmz file to the XSLT Format

 

I have a shapefile that I reproject into WGS82

I then perform the Layer to KML which produces the KMZ file for me.

 

I have been requested create XSLT files that converts the ESRI files into something usable for mobile mapping. They want a block of coordinates that looks like the following:

 

 

<Polygon><outerBoundaryIs><LinearRing><coordinates>-72.255271828977385,41.805559575004423 -72.254855745565052,41.805792445649189 -72.254797968855414,41.805750128745785 -72.254727780268979,41.805780132890206 -72.254653558486297,41.805804097205119 -72.254576230002399,41.8058217222369 -72.254496758005843,41.805832788823118 -72.254416131540452,41.805837158947035 -72.254335357066637,41.805834777502092 -72.254255441585926,41.80582567582104 -72.254177378233891,41.805809967112438 -72.254102142675563,41.805787845544558 -72.254148322091979,41.805708411735374 -72.254153256636229,41.80570956827161 -72.254087766116101,41.805687906297564 -72.254026587746409,41.805660066546658 -72.253970756420458,41.805626520755773 -72.253921218443836,41.805587836620774 -72.253878809942606,41.805544668699611 -72.253844249733717,41.80549774667648 -72.253818122554904,41.805447865384757 -72.253800869563619,41.8053958685596 -72.253685636505267,41.805405691504347 -72.253685424857437,41.805405202601158 -72.253670024305734,41.805353786343332 -72.253662757668494,41.805301375931201 -72.253663725316088,41.805248688482145 -72.253672914458548,41.805196446927894 -72.253690199250386,41.805145366509919 -72.253715342050484,41.80509614758175 -72.253747998326418,41.805049463926025 -72.25385125865516,41.80508165958134 -72.253953141355481,41.804974095767705 -72.253932664857032,41.804947474286315 -72.254048692311954,41.804881826052871 -72.254071283396243,41.804901979423789 -72.254232218860196,41.804848814616157 -72.254211036277937,41.80476204538229 -72.254285398152561,41.804747925557884 -72.254361483166932,41.804740557657603 -72.254438200294146,41.804740048640703 -72.254514447241363,41.804746405481353 -72.254589132100477,41.804759536161782 -72.254661184148674,41.804779253319921 -72.254729568286692,41.804805274311185 -72.254793304255614,41.804837225792184 -72.254707422859212,41.804889188077325 -72.254767084659193,41.804921258053099 -72.254821605382759,41.804958097655955 -72.254870306238359,41.804999249302519 -72.254912581048202,41.80504420079923 -72.254947905805992,41.805092394386456 -72.254975841056321,41.805143230349749 -72.255067146294166,41.805095798300044 -72.255078851413586,41.805097197196751 -72.255120723994608,41.805210760411988 -72.25512672350645,41.805309543596962 -72.25530392409803,41.805323001396061 -72.255446500471891,41.805452889800982 -72.255271828977385,41.805559575004423</coordinates></LinearRing></outerBoundaryIs></Polygon>

Does anyone have any insight on this?

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