The Location Intelligence Module supports the following spatial databases for use with the spatial services, data, and resources:
The Location Intelligence Module supports the following data formats for use with the spatial services:
The following raster and grid formats (64-bit only) are supported in the Location Intelligence Module:
|ECW (SDK v5)||.ecw|
|MrSID (SDK v9)
Note: Supports MG4 (MrSID Generation 4). On CentOS 7.1, libpng12.so is required for reading MrSID rasters.
Note: TIFF files used by the Feature Service and Mapping Service cannot exceed 2GB.
|Defense Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED)||.dt0, .dt1, .dt2, .dt3|
|MRR (Multi-Resolution Raster)
Note: This support is provided on Windows 64-bit and the following Linux environments:
|Vertical Mapper Classified Grid||.grc|
|Vertical Mapper Continuous Grid||.grd|
In order to use rasters and grids as a map layer, there must be an associated .TAB file containing georeference information about the image, including the bounds, coordinate system, and registration points.
The Location Intelligence Module utilities (Tile Generator, WMTS Tile Generator, Map Uploader, Geometry Validator) require at a minimum Java 8. If you are installing these utilities on the same computer where the Spectrum™ Technology Platform server is installed, Java 8 will be installed since it is included with the server. If you want to install the utilities on another computer, make sure that the computer has Java 8 or later installed.
The .NET samples require at a minimum Visual Studio 2013 and Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.
The Location Intelligence Module is compatible with MapInfo Professional up to version 16.x. See Tools > MapInfo Pro in the Spectrum Spatial Getting Started Guide for more information about the interoperability of the two products.
When communicating to the server over HTTPS to map a drive to the repository, a WebDAV client is required to use the TLS v1.2 protocol. For client machines running on Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, and Windows Server 2012, you must apply a security patch and registry update to leverage this protocol. For instructions, see the "Managing Security" chapter in the Administration section of the Spectrum Spatial Guide.