[GeoJSON] Best way to serve GeoJSON from Windows IIS
hobu.inc at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 13:20:35 PDT 2007
It isn't widely announced, but I have implemented basic RFC2 GeoJSON
geometry i/o support in the Python bindings of svn trunk of OGR. To
actually do Feature and FeatureCollections, you would still have to
do a little bit of coding, as I haven't implemented that yet. With
OGR, however, you could connect to MySQL or PostGIS and not really
have to care too much if you were then emitting it through OGR to
I posted a few more details of it in Sean's camping post <http://
I also made a moderately nifty GeoJSON reprojection service using it
On Jul 20, 2007, at 3:15 PM, Matt Priour wrote:
> I thought y'all might be able to help me figure out the best way to
> serve GeoJSON out from a Windows 2K Server on IIS.
> I have a MySQL db with WKT geometries in a geometry column. I want
> to query the db and respond with GeoJSON.
> What's the best way to do this?
> Rolling my own?
> Would the answer change if I was able to convince the client to
> move the data to a PostgresSQL db with PostGIS?
> Any help any of you experts and bleeding edge types could give
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Matt Priour
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