MapMarker Extended Stored Procedure for SQL Server

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MapMarker Extended Stored Procedure (ESP) for SQL Server is for users of Microsoft SQL Server who wish to add SQL Server spatial points or longitude/latitude information to their address records for display and spatial analysis purposes. This is accomplished by a process known as geocoding. MapMarker ESP for SQL Server uses NT server architecture to interact with the powerful geocoding engine in MapMarker from a SQL Server database.

Certain geocoding parameters may be specified and set through an interface provided with the package. These can then be defined as a set for use with a particular run or call. An extremely useful feature is that MapMarker ESP for SQL Server allows geocoding calls to be implemented on a trigger action. This provides the automatic updating of database address information. You may geocode addresses individually or process an entire table using the functions and procedures provided with the package. MapMarker ESP for SQL Server also allows full integration with SpatialWare’s rich suite of spatial analysis capabilities. To learn how to use MapMarker ESP for SQL Server, look at the samples that are installed in the ..\MMESP\demo directory. A summary of these samples is described in the section Geocoding Examples. Download free MapMarker Extended Stored Procedure for SQL Server.pdf here

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