*0x* is the prefix used in computing to indicate the following number is
represented in base 16 (hexadecimal). WKB is Well Known Binary, you are
seeing the binary (base 2) represented in hexadecimal base (base 16).
E.g. 255 decimal = 11111111 binary = 0xFF [hexadecimal]
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On 15 October 2016 at 01:03, Ben Madin <b...@ausvet.com.au> wrote:
> G'day all,
> I hope a simple case of something I've missed, but we are trying to
> extract data from a SQL Server database into PostGIS use tds_fdw... the
> data in SQL Server appears to be in WKB - but when when connect to this
> field we have a precursor 0x. I can't find any references to anyone else
> suffering this problem, but that could be because I'm trying a lazy
> approach to automate retrieval of hundreds of tables using the FDW (that's
> what it is for, right?)
> I'm left with a sense that it is an encoding error between the two
> systems? I've tried making the fdw column text instead of geometry, but I
> can't get rid of the 0x, and no amount of trying to cajole the text to any
> other form makes it any happier.
> To complicate it, for testing I'm going from SQL Server 2014 (running in
> Windows 8.1 in a VM) to PostgreSQL 9.4 on a Mac (El Capitan) using tds_fdw
> compiled on the same mac. POSTGIS="2.2.2 r14797" GEOS="3.5.0-CAPI-1.9.0 r0"
> PROJ="Rel. 4.9.2, 08 September 2015" GDAL="GDAL 2.1.1, released 2016/07/07"
> LIBXML="2.7.8" LIBJSON="0.12.1" RASTER
> Any ideas gratefully received?
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