[jira] Created: (GEOT-2365) ArcSDE createSchema fails

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[jira] Created: (GEOT-2365) ArcSDE createSchema fails

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ArcSDE createSchema fails
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                 Key: GEOT-2365
                 URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/GEOT-2365
             Project: GeoTools
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: data arcsde
    Affects Versions: 2.5.3
            Reporter: Jared Erickson
            Assignee: Gabriel Roldán
         Attachments: arcsde_datastore_plugin_path.patch

I was using the GeoTools ArcSDE extension to create a new feature class and then write features to it when I discovered a couple bugs.

First, in the ArcSDE dummy api, the SeLayer object doesn't have a public void setGridSizes(int i, int j, int k) {} method (at least in 9.1 or 9.2).  Removing this method requires a change to the org.geotools.arcsde.data.ArcSDEAdapter class.  Int the createSeLayer method layer.setGridSizes(1100, 0, 0); needs to be changed to layer.setGridSizes(1100.0, 0.0, 0.0);

Second, also in the ArcSDE dummy api, the SeColumnDefinition object doesn't have a public int getScale() { return 0; } method it has a public short getScale() { return 0; } method.

Finally, the ArcSDEAdapter class has another bug when constructing the table name with provided user name.  Instead of adding the connection's user name onto the featureType.getTypeName(), we should add the already parsed unqualifiedTypeName.

So, qualifiedName = connection.getUser() + "." + featureType.getTypeName(); should become qualifiedName = connection.getUser() + "." + unqualifiedTypeName;


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