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it turns out that there is no simple way of having the datatype of a constant geometry available in the query builder, thus it is not easy for geof:getSRID to determine the correct datatype and return the appropriate URI for the CRS, when that has SRID 4326. Therefore, we choose to always return CRS84, even for strdf:WKT arguments. Notice, that when geof:getSRID is called evaluated in Java, we have such information available and we can return the correct result. However, we chose in changeset 1420:37792dd7041b to always push the evaluation of all spatial functions in the database. The respective tests have been updated as well.
author Babis Nikolaou <>
date Tue Sep 23 14:05:26 2014 +0300 (2014-09-23)
parents 070de580b6cc
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1 #!/bin/bash
2 #BASE=/home/strabon/experiments/data/naive/10mil
3 #10mil 0.01 11552771
4 #100mil 0.0034 99758140
5 #500mil 0.0015 512505143
6 #1bil 0.001 1153249211
8 DB="test"
10 (cd jars/target &&
11 java -cp $(for file in `ls -1 *.jar`; do myVar=$myVar./$file":"; done; echo $myVar;) eu.earthobservatory.runtime.monetdb.QueryOp localhost 50000 $DB monetdb monetdb "SELECT * WHERE {?s ?p ?o} LIMIT 1" XML)