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ColdFusion with file geodatabases?

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Jan 20, 2016

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Does anyone have experience using ColdFusion with file geodatabases?

Is is possible? Any issues?

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ColdFusion with file geodatabases?

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Are you referring to Esri ArcGIS file geodatabases?  If so, that is a proprietary database format that is not usually supported outside of GIS software applications.  If you only need to access attribute data with ColdFusion, then I would suggest moving the data into a SQL Server Express database and store the data as either SDEBinary (which still stores attribute data in normal SQL Server data types) or as native SQL Server geometry/geography (which makes all of the data potentially readable by ColdFusion).

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