I did a further investigation of the
problem Andy describes below when attempting to load a particular Shape file.
It turns out that our shp->sdf conversion code was failing to insert a
feature from the source shp file into the destination sdf file whenever the
geometry property of the source feature is NULL.
From: Andy Morsell
[mailto:[hidden email]] Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 2:25
PM To:[hidden email] Subject: [mapguide-users] Problems
am having a problem loading a particular Shape file onto the server. It
loads fine if I do not have Convert to SDF Feature Source checked.
However, due to the very poor performance I am seeing with Shape files, I am
finding it necessary to convert everything to SDF at load time. When I
try to execute this load procedure in Studio, I get an error message of:
"Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object".
I have tried closing Studio, restarting the MapGuide service, saving it as a
package, etc., but nothing helps. The error pops up almost immediately
after pressing the Load Resources button. This is a point shape
file of county ownership information. The DBF file is about 70 MB.
I can supply this Shape file to Autodesk if needed.
On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 07:53:30 -0800, Edward Zimmerman
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> It turns out that our shp->sdf conversion code was failing to insert a
> feature from the source shp file into the destination sdf file whenever
> the geometry property of the source feature is NULL.
> The relevant Studio code has been fixed, and a patched dll has been
> posted at
> . To apply this patched dll to your current Studio Preview installation,
> unzip this dll, overwriting the existing one (ex: C:\Program
Hurray! Thank you! I was having exactly the same problem and that fixed
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