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The GeoBridge is being developed to support geospatial data coming from multiple sources.
Presently, only the SHP file format is supported. The GeoBridge team is working on supporting other connections and formats. The plan is to support the same formats handled by OpenCities Map, like PostGIS, Oracle Spatial, SQLServer Spatial, ArcGIS Server, Esri FGDB, etc.
The following element will be processed by GeoBridge:
A shapefile is a format for storing the geometric location and attribute information of geographic features. Geographic features in a shapefile can be represented by points, lines, or polygons (areas).
Basically, geographical elements coming from a Spatial Database don't have any symbolization. To assign symbology to the elements stored in the iModel, a configuration file is required.
The configuration file is also used to specify the Geographic Coordinate System (GCS) of the input file.
The XML configuration file must be located in the same folder as the shapefile and have the same name.