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    Session: GS416-1

    Title: Moving to SQL Spatial: The Whole Nine Yards at Grand Forks

    Instructor: Adam Jonasson

    Course Description: This class will show how to successfully implement SQL Spatial as your geodatabase. Following nine steps to implementation, this class will walk you through how to create a data store, copy data, use schemas, connect and use SQL data, edit data, and also, how to maintain and share your data. Processes for converting multiple types of data will be shown, as well as tips for dealing with your spatial data. Attendees will see how to utilize AutoCAD® Map 3D to connect, convert, and maintain SQL data. Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise will also be used to share SQL data and complete the data circle. Tools and tips for dealing with SQL data, and Autodesk MapGuide integration will also be covered. The class will be taught in a step-by-step process from beginning to end, and will utilize examples from the successful implementation of a complete SQL workflow at the City of Grand Forks, ND.
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