if there is a .prj file to your shape and it is valid you need not to use
-s_srs. Only one of -a_srs and -t_srs is neccessary in your case, if you
want to reproject coordinates use -t_srs. If you want only change the
projection but not the coordinates use -a_srs.
On Sun, 6 Aug 2017, Erik Josefsson wrote:
I have a handful of zip archives containing original shapefiles with
different coordinate reference systems (e.g. SGER:3008 and SGER:3021).
I want to extract and convert them all to SGER:3006 and thought that
ogr2ogr would do the job, but I don't find intelligible instructions on
how to use the srs-parameters: -s_srs, -t_srs and -a_srs.
Do I have to know the coordinate reference system of each original shape
file to use ogr2ogr successfully? If so, how do I retrieve that information?
Or should I just override the original coordinate reference system like
ogr2ogr -f 'ESRI Shapefile' -s_srs EPSG:3006 -t_srs EPSG:3006 -a_srs
EPSG:3006 A.shp B.shp
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