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How to migrate existing SDEBINARY/SDELOB data to a native spatial type

Question asked by scott.foster_Valero_Energy on May 10, 2019
Latest reply on May 10, 2019 by billfox

We are currenty using sql 2012 but our data is stored with SDEBINARY. What will it take to migrate to a SQL native spatial type?  Also we have assets in the UK as well as Canada and the U.S. should we go to Geography and support data with different projections or use Geometry and use WGS84 for all data submissions? I am leaning towards migrating to GEOMETRY and force all submissions to be in WGS84.

 

from ESRI "

 

"[Updated June 15, 2015] While we are not announcing the deprecation of the Esri binary storage geometry types (SDEBINARY with Oracle and SQL Server and SDELOB with Oracle only), this is to serve notice that new features supported in SQL spatial types may not be supported in the binary storage geometry types. Esri recommends that customers consider migrating existing SDEBINARY/SDELOB data to a native spatial type to leverage new functionality."

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