I'm not an expert at this at all, but EWKT is extended well-known text -
for extra dimensions. See
So are there extra elements in your data that might be ignored? Are the
PostGIS versions the same on both 8.0 and 8.2? If they're different, it
could be that earlier PostGIS ignored extra values in a string.
Just a guess.
"Jessica Fendos" <Jessica(dot)Fendos(at)state(dot)mn(dot)us>
Sent by: pgsql-novice-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org
04/09/2008 05:36 PM
[NOVICE] Upload Table Warning Message
I uploaded a table using psql command to both Postgres 8.0 and 8.2. The
upload to 8.2, I got a warning message:
psql:XXXX.sql :01: WARNING: OGC WKT expected, EWKT provided - use
GeomFromEWKT <> for this
What does this mean and how can I avoid this? Thank you for your advice.
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