Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008 – Part 5: Conclusion

Conclusion

We have seen a variety of possible interactions between SQL Server 2008 and Virtual Earth. The main advantages I see in this combination are the abilities to:

  • spatially analyze and aggregate the data where they are being held, i.e. in the database and
  • extend the existing data in Virtual Earth with your own data

For more information:

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3 Responses to Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008 – Part 5: Conclusion

  1. John says:

    The wiki at viavirtualearth has been restored. Hate spammers. I’ve cleaned up all the entries there.
    John.

  2. LFD Mike says:

    John-
    Please check the ‘View All Pages’ for the Wiki

  3. John says:

    The wiki at viavirtualearth has been locked due to spam. The drawing article referenced here will work.
    I hope to find a better way to manage this in the future but for now the best solution was to make sure the content that was supplied from so many people is preserved and free from spam.
    John.

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