Anyone using Rev with GIS applications?

John Tregea john at debraneys.com
Tue Sep 26 21:54:30 CDT 2006


Thanks Pierre,

I will let you know how it goes. The interesting thing for me was that 
the guys that wrote uDIG (open source GIS) also put the PostGIS product 
together for PostgreSQL.

Regards

John Tregea

Pierre Sahores wrote:
> Hi John,
>
> I'm involved in a GIS research project (KMap, GMap, AJAX, Apache, PHP, 
> MapServer, Shapefiles, PostgreSQL, PostGIS as main components) but i 
> never tought, for yet, to use Rev as an client side front-end viewer. 
> I would be very interested to know about if you can get interesting 
> results in about this.
>
> Many Thanks and Best Regards,
>
> Pierre
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Is anyone currently using Revolution with GIS mapping applications? I 
>> have investigated PostgreSQL and PostGIS and know that is a place I 
>> can store the GIS data and locality information, but wondered if 
>> anyone is displaying GIS maps inside Rev? I have just downloaded a 
>> product called uDIG which is an open source GIS product that may 
>> provide the rendering/layering/interpretation engine but need to 
>> display the resulting images. I suppose I could use a HTML viewer?
>>
>> Any help or comments apprectiated.
>>
>> Kind regards
>>
>> John Tregea
>>
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