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Spatial queries with ObjectDB

#1
2015-03-19 14:09

Hello !

Can some-one explain me if it's possible to fill ObjectDB with objects containing Geometric-properties and howto execute spatial queries on them?

Or: maybe there's an extension I've missed (like HibernateSpatial for Hibernate) ?

Thanks!

 

JeroenH
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#2
2015-03-19 17:13

Currently there is no special support of spatial objects in ObjectDB.

You can store spatial objects in ObjectDB as entity and embeddable classes (defined by your application), and use ObjectDB ability to combine Java methods in queries to provide your own spatial extension to JPQL. Obviously this is not a complete solution but it could be considered for minor spatial needs.

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