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John Fix
09/09/10 05:27 AM
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I download the trial desktop (SuperGIS Desktop) edition because I wanted to see if I could edit SQL Server Spatial data. The company's web site says that format is supported.
I don't think a format is supported if you can only use it by importing it to a SuperGeo format....view/edit the data.....and then have to export back to SQL Spatial.
SQL Server Spatial is a "supported" format for import/export, but not a format that may be used directly. I think the article is misleading.

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