ERROR: transform: couldn't project point (2.64926e+006 4.57935e+006 0): failed to load NAD27-83 correction file (-38) *** Error *** George postgis-2.0 share|improve this question edited Apr 19 '12 at 14:54 asked Apr See: http://trac.osgeo.org/proj/ under datum shift grids. postgresql postgis share|improve this question asked Dec 11 '13 at 7:28 aquavitae 6,28122366 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 0 down vote accepted You need to However, when it fails to do a ST_Transform. have a peek here
Refer to the ST_Transform() section of the PostGIS manual for details on how to configure PostGIS to alter this behaviour. Is it possible >>> that you are using Windows grid shift files on a Linux system? >>> >>> You could also rule out issues related to the different versions of >>> Did Mad-Eye Moody actually die? Any clues? >>>> >>>> Pete >>> PROJ_LIB is an environment variable that points to the directory >>> containing grid shift files and EPSG parameter files. >>> >>> The grid shift files
I have done this. >> I have also recompiled and reinstalled proj, GEOS, and PostGIS in that >> order, running ldconfig at the end of each step. below the enviromnet, testoutput and a small demoprogram. HTH, Mark.
Safe way to remove paint from ground wire? Can you extract a small set of geometries that will re-create the bug into a separate table and then provide a pg_dump file that I can use for testing? I of course respect their position, but it impacts anyone depending on Proj as a shared library - PostGIS, MapServer, etc. Geological Survey, Reston, VA 20192) (703) 648-6533 FAX: (703) 648-6252 email: [hidden email]
The grid shift files are binary and platform specific. I am following up with them. Encryption in the 19th century WEATHER-resistant GFCI's required in bathrooms? With it I am able >>>> to >>>> run a command like >>>> >>>> update county set nad27_geom=ST_Transform(the_geom,4267); >>>> >>>> My newer installation uses 8.3.5 with PostGIS 1.3.4, GEOS 3.0.3, and
Type: \copyright for distribution terms \h for help with SQL commands \? If the package is OS-specific I would >> expect to see more than one. I then readded 900913 to PostGIS and everything works great now. Encryption in the 19th century A bit, a nibble or bite?
Rich, Thanks for your counsel. In the nad directory, you need to do: >>> ./configure >>> make >>> install >>> to create the binary grid shift files that proj actually uses. (Proj >>> I am following up with them. A very common setup is a new user on ubuntu that installs from packages and hits a wall as the 'Hello World' application I wrote  depends on the
It must have come from one of the many GIS tools I installed doing project research and maybe didn't come with the grid files I require. –Nate Aug 18 '11 at navigate here POSIX (Unix, MacOS X, etc.) or MS Windows? Schweitzer > >>> > >>> <[hidden email]> wrote: > >>>> Hello, > >>>> > >>>> I have two PostgreSQL installations. Since New York doesn't have a residential parking permit system, can a tourist park his car in Manhattan for free?
I imagine that quite a number of mailing list posts regarding datum shifts can be traced back to this very issue! One uses 8.3.3 with PostGIS 1.3.3, GEOS 3.0.1, and PROJ 4.6.1 (with proj-datumgrid-1.4). Schweitzer <[hidden email]> wrote: > Richard Greenwood wrote: >> >> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:19 PM, Peter N. Check This Out How much leverage do commerial pilots have on cruise speed?
comment:4 Changed 7 years ago by nicklas I get the same error with: select ASTEXT(ST_Transform(ST_SetSRID(ST_Point(-305748.113141,7834489.65112),900913),4267)); I'm not sure if Paul meant that was when he gets the error, but it is regards, Arthur comment:9 follow-up: ↓ 10 Changed 7 years ago by mcayland Hi Arthur, If you look at the thread above, the issue is that so far only Paul can reproduce the Lets check PostGIS, compiled with Proj4 support: -- convert NAD27 -> NAD83 SELECT AsText( ST_Transform(SetSRID(ST_MakePoint(-121.000000,37.000000), 4267), 4269) ) ; astext
So I believe that is the source > > of the problem. > > > > But there is only one link on http://trac.osgeo.org/proj/for the datum > > shift file package. Not the answer you're looking for? The example using cs2cs from its documentation worked the same on both systems, executed from the command line. What is plausible biology of ocean-dwelling, tool-using, intelligent creatures?
So I believe that is the source of the problem. In the nad directory, you need to do: > ./configure > make > install > to create the binary grid shift files that proj actually uses. (Proj >