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1 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Integrating Oracle 10g Workflows via the Geospatial Enterprise Oracle Connector Francois Valois Geospatial Product Manager

2 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Agenda Bentley Support of Oracle Spatial What is the Oracle Connector? Oracle Connector Top Features and Benefits Examples of use cases Whats coming in Bentley Support of Oracle? Bentley Support of Oracle Spatial What is the Oracle Connector? Oracle Connector Top Features and Benefits Examples of use cases Whats coming in Bentley Support of Oracle?

3 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Bentley Geospatial and Oracle Spatial Bentley is an Oracle Certified Partner Solid long-term relationship Complementary products Oracle: Geospatial Datastore Bentley Geospatial: Design, Build, Data capture, Data analysis, Mapping, etc Bentley Geospatial products using Oracle Bentley Geospatial Extension Bentley Map Bentley Geospatial Server Bentley Geo Web Publisher Bentley Cadastre Bentley Geospatial Industry Applications Oracle is the interoperability standard Bentley is an Oracle Certified Partner Solid long-term relationship Complementary products Oracle: Geospatial Datastore Bentley Geospatial: Design, Build, Data capture, Data analysis, Mapping, etc Bentley Geospatial products using Oracle Bentley Geospatial Extension Bentley Map Bentley Geospatial Server Bentley Geo Web Publisher Bentley Cadastre Bentley Geospatial Industry Applications Oracle is the interoperability standard

4 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Excellent Oracle Database Citizen Create 100% Oracle Spatial Standard data Use Oracle Spatial metadata and coordinate systems Use Oracle standard versioning (Workspace Manager) Not requiring any proprietary schemas, tables or fields (no MSLink) Implementation reviewed by Oracle Spatial team Excellent Oracle Database Citizen Create 100% Oracle Spatial Standard data Use Oracle Spatial metadata and coordinate systems Use Oracle standard versioning (Workspace Manager) Not requiring any proprietary schemas, tables or fields (no MSLink) Implementation reviewed by Oracle Spatial team Bentley Geospatial Oracle Strategy

5 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Interoperability with Oracle Spatial

6 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Support: Oracle Locator and Spatial Support 9i ( and +) Support 10 g R1 and R2 Oracle Express Edition Support: Oracle Locator and Spatial Support 9i ( and +) Support 10 g R1 and R2 Oracle Express Edition Oracle Version Support

7 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. All geometry types Points, lines, polygons 2D, 3D, 4D All indexing methods Rtrees, Quadtrees (fixed or hybrid) All spatial queries Inside, touch, overlap, … Proximity searches within distance, nearest neighbor Distance calculations Multiple projections All geometry types Points, lines, polygons 2D, 3D, 4D All indexing methods Rtrees, Quadtrees (fixed or hybrid) All spatial queries Inside, touch, overlap, … Proximity searches within distance, nearest neighbor Distance calculations Multiple projections Base Features Included with Oracle Database Express, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition Whats Oracle Locator?

8 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Whats Oracle Spatial? Locator plus : Geometry operations Spatial aggregates Linear referencing Coordinate system transformation User-defined coordinate systems Network Management Topology Raster integration Geocoder Spatial Data Mining Locator plus : Geometry operations Spatial aggregates Linear referencing Coordinate system transformation User-defined coordinate systems Network Management Topology Raster integration Geocoder Spatial Data Mining Advanced features An option of Oracle Enterprise Edition Large data volumes, high user population Complex queries, Advanced manipulations.

9 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What is the Oracle Connector? Server technology allowing connection to Oracle Marketed in two different ways As a component of the Geospatial Server product As a addition to ProjectWise and Geospatial Management Server technology allowing connection to Oracle Marketed in two different ways As a component of the Geospatial Server product As a addition to ProjectWise and Geospatial Management

10 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Connector As part of the Geospatial Server

11 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Product Framework Bentley Geospatial Desktop Bentley Geospatial Industry Applications Bentley Geospatial Server Bentley Geospatial Web Publishing Bentley Geospatial Mobile Applications Enterprise Integration

12 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What is the Bentley Geospatial Server? Geospatial Server is an Enterprise GIS Using a unique Federated Information Management approach. The idea is simple: Index rather than convert Find rather than search Allows managing, indexing, editing, and plotting of : Structured information, fixed schema Spatial Database, DGN/XFM, Shapefile, … Unstructured information, no schema Raw DGN, DWG, Word, PowerPoint, … Geospatial Server is an Enterprise GIS Using a unique Federated Information Management approach. The idea is simple: Index rather than convert Find rather than search Allows managing, indexing, editing, and plotting of : Structured information, fixed schema Spatial Database, DGN/XFM, Shapefile, … Unstructured information, no schema Raw DGN, DWG, Word, PowerPoint, …

13 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. The Geospatial Federated System Way Federated System allows dealing with a wider range of information help considering all aspects of a project

14 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Bentley Geospatial Server Oracle Connector- Geospatial Server Clients Applications Spatial Indexing/Searching Service Plotting Service Spatial Database Service (Oracle Connector) Workflow Management Service Indexes, Metadata, Settings Document Service DGN XFM DGN with RDBMS Oracle 10G Oracle 10g Spatial, Topology SHP, MXD

15 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Connector As an additional module to ProjectWise

16 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Connector-Oracle Spatial Live Viewing/Editing Disconnected Editing (batch extraction/post) Geometry and topology support Text, Feature-Linked text Coded Domains Loading Tools (DGN2SDO) Long transaction Pessimistic Optimistic Multi-user editing on same area Conflict Resolution Time Component Support Oracle Valid Time Oracle History Fully customizable – web services Bentley Geospatial Desktop Bentley Geospatial Industry Applications Bentley Geospatial Server

17 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Connector - Functionality Oracle Spatial Geometry Point, Linestring, Polygon, Polygon w/ Holes, Arcs, Circles, Multipoint, Multilinestring, Multipolygon Tabular Attributes Oracle field types supported Coordinate systems support (On-the-fly Transformation) All Oracle coordinate systems supported and more (5000+) Oracle workspace manager Leveraged Oracle Standard versioning system Oracle Spatial Geometry Point, Linestring, Polygon, Polygon w/ Holes, Arcs, Circles, Multipoint, Multilinestring, Multipolygon Tabular Attributes Oracle field types supported Coordinate systems support (On-the-fly Transformation) All Oracle coordinate systems supported and more (5000+) Oracle workspace manager Leveraged Oracle Standard versioning system

18 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Connector - Functionality Oracle views Support of database view Ex: To hide Social Security Number information from data editor Simple Text Simple text support based on point Feature-Linked Text Coded Domains Restrict possible input values when editing Reconciliation Extension to MicroStation/GeoGraphics Allow version (Oracle Workspace) merging Conflict resolution Version content visualization Oracle views Support of database view Ex: To hide Social Security Number information from data editor Simple Text Simple text support based on point Feature-Linked Text Coded Domains Restrict possible input values when editing Reconciliation Extension to MicroStation/GeoGraphics Allow version (Oracle Workspace) merging Conflict resolution Version content visualization

19 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Whats Oracle Workspace Manager? Version Management Multiple copies of data with a copy-on- write approach Permanent copies and versioned copies in same database Advantages Amount of data copied optimal Conflicts detected as they occur Collaborative transactions supported Allows pessimistic and optimistic transaction Version Management Multiple copies of data with a copy-on- write approach Permanent copies and versioned copies in same database Advantages Amount of data copied optimal Conflicts detected as they occur Collaborative transactions supported Allows pessimistic and optimistic transaction Live Data V1 V2 V3 Long transactions and multi-versions

20 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Transaction Type Short Transaction Database Editing Session lasting for a short time, i.e.: within one MicroStation Session E.g.: split a parcel or open a valve Locking: Only pessimistic Pros: less overhead database side Cons: single user editing in same area, cannot work on same project for long time Short Transaction Database Editing Session lasting for a short time, i.e.: within one MicroStation Session E.g.: split a parcel or open a valve Locking: Only pessimistic Pros: less overhead database side Cons: single user editing in same area, cannot work on same project for long time

21 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Transaction Type Long Transaction Database Editing Session lasting for a long time, i.e.: across multiple MicroStation Session E.g.: creating new subdivision, engineering workflow Locking: Pessimistic or Optimistic Pros: Allows working on more complex projects requiring intervention multiple people Cons: database side overhead Long Transaction Database Editing Session lasting for a long time, i.e.: across multiple MicroStation Session E.g.: creating new subdivision, engineering workflow Locking: Pessimistic or Optimistic Pros: Allows working on more complex projects requiring intervention multiple people Cons: database side overhead

22 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Locking Type Pessimistic Locking Database Rows are locked for the duration of the transaction Pros: Avoid conflicts Cons: No possibility for different alternative Pessimistic Locking Database Rows are locked for the duration of the transaction Pros: Avoid conflicts Cons: No possibility for different alternative

23 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Locking Type Optimistic Locking Database Rows are NEVER locked for the duration of the transaction Pros: Allows evaluation of multiple alternatives, allows projects and maintenance to co-exist very well Cons: Possibility of conflicts Optimistic Locking Database Rows are NEVER locked for the duration of the transaction Pros: Allows evaluation of multiple alternatives, allows projects and maintenance to co-exist very well Cons: Possibility of conflicts

24 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Live Database Document LIVE extraction/posting from Oracle Create connection once, share to many users Open a window into the spatial database Allow editing of database data in a fixed extent or access to full extent Allows pessimistic short/long transaction LIVE extraction/posting from Oracle Create connection once, share to many users Open a window into the spatial database Allow editing of database data in a fixed extent or access to full extent Allows pessimistic short/long transaction

25 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Live Database Document Document integrated in workflow, messaging, audit trail, security, etc Can be referenced by other projects (always up to date reference) Requires Constant Database Connection Ideal for controlled Live Editing Scenario Document integrated in workflow, messaging, audit trail, security, etc Can be referenced by other projects (always up to date reference) Requires Constant Database Connection Ideal for controlled Live Editing Scenario

26 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What you will see Creation of live connection document Bentley Map opening document Live fetch of spatial data Lock of spatial data Edit of spatial data Post of spatial data Workflow and communication in context What you will see Creation of live connection document Bentley Map opening document Live fetch of spatial data Lock of spatial data Edit of spatial data Post of spatial data Workflow and communication in context Live Database Document

27 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Demo: Creating Information

28 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What Did You Just See? Creation of live connection document Bentley Map opening document Live fetch of spatial data Lock of spatial data Edit of spatial data Post of spatial data Workflow and communication in context Creation of live connection document Bentley Map opening document Live fetch of spatial data Lock of spatial data Edit of spatial data Post of spatial data Workflow and communication in context

29 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Disconnected Database Document Batch Disconnected extraction/posting from Oracle Create document once re-extraction can be commanded Allows pessimistic/optimistic long transaction Document integrated in workflow, messaging, audit trail, security, etc Batch Disconnected extraction/posting from Oracle Create document once re-extraction can be commanded Allows pessimistic/optimistic long transaction Document integrated in workflow, messaging, audit trail, security, etc

30 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Disconnected Database Document Can be referenced by other projects (snap-shot reference) Do not requires Constant Database Connection Ideal for controlled Disconnected Editing Scenario Field editing Dispatching work to Sub-contractor Can be referenced by other projects (snap-shot reference) Do not requires Constant Database Connection Ideal for controlled Disconnected Editing Scenario Field editing Dispatching work to Sub-contractor

31 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Disconnected Database Document Disconnected Viewing/Editing What you will see: Creation of disconnected database document Extraction and editing of Oracle Spatial data Workflows management Communication in context Posting of spatial data What you will see: Creation of disconnected database document Extraction and editing of Oracle Spatial data Workflows management Communication in context Posting of spatial data

32 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc.

33 What Did You Just See? Creation of disconnected database document Extraction and editing of Oracle Spatial data Workflows management Communication in context Posting of spatial data Creation of disconnected database document Extraction and editing of Oracle Spatial data Workflows management Communication in context Posting of spatial data

34 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Multi-user editing Spatial database multi-user editing What you will see: Multi-user editing in Optimistic Long Transaction, project can last for a very long time without disturbing operations Geospatial Reconciliation Extension, rare conflicts can be solved Committing any Project Version to LIVE production data Spatial database multi-user editing What you will see: Multi-user editing in Optimistic Long Transaction, project can last for a very long time without disturbing operations Geospatial Reconciliation Extension, rare conflicts can be solved Committing any Project Version to LIVE production data

35 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Demo

36 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What Did You Just See? How the Geospatial Server can be used for Multi- user editing in Optimistic Long Transaction, conflict resolution, reviewing and committing Oracle versions

37 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Track Edits History in the Database Query back in time E.g.: show me the census blocks as they were on the Census 2000 Act on feature now and it reflected in the future Query in the future E.g.: show me this planned section of highway as it will be in 2007 Track Edits History in the Database Query back in time E.g.: show me the census blocks as they were on the Census 2000 Act on feature now and it reflected in the future Query in the future E.g.: show me this planned section of highway as it will be in 2007 Time Component

38 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Temporal Model Oracle supports two modes Valid time Allows modeling real world dates Allows management of past and future Based on WM_PERIOD field Supported for Geometry only History Allows to model database transaction history Supported for Geometry and Topology Both are based on Workspace Manager Technology Oracle supports two modes Valid time Allows modeling real world dates Allows management of past and future Based on WM_PERIOD field Supported for Geometry only History Allows to model database transaction history Supported for Geometry and Topology Both are based on Workspace Manager Technology

39 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Valid Time Queries Any SQL Client see only the current data SQL client has to take specific actions to see past or future All SQL Clients are bound by valid time Queries Any SQL Client see only the current data SQL client has to take specific actions to see past or future All SQL Clients are bound by valid time

40 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. History Keep a history of changes to data The history option lets you timestamp changes Save of all changes or only most recent changes GotoDate procedure allows to go back in time Works with topology Keep a history of changes to data The history option lets you timestamp changes Save of all changes or only most recent changes GotoDate procedure allows to go back in time Works with topology

41 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Keeping History of changes What you will see: Query current time Disconnected Editing of time enable information Query of edited information back in time What you will see: Query current time Disconnected Editing of time enable information Query of edited information back in time

42 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Demo

43 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What Did You Just See? Query current time Disconnected Editing of time enable information Query of edited information back in time Query current time Disconnected Editing of time enable information Query of edited information back in time

44 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Oracle Spatial Topology Model Persistent topology model in a standard RDBMS Explicit spatial relationship existing among features Based on topological primitives: Nodes, Edges, Faces Each topological primitive is stored once in the database Each topological primitive can be associated with one or more features. For example: An edge may be associated with two adjacent county boundaries An edge may be associated with a land parcel and a river Shared Editing is easier Analysis is done using topological algorithms, using persistent relationships Persistent topology model in a standard RDBMS Explicit spatial relationship existing among features Based on topological primitives: Nodes, Edges, Faces Each topological primitive is stored once in the database Each topological primitive can be associated with one or more features. For example: An edge may be associated with two adjacent county boundaries An edge may be associated with a land parcel and a river Shared Editing is easier Analysis is done using topological algorithms, using persistent relationships

45 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Features/Topology Primitives Topology FeaturesTopology primitives Relationships Between Primitives and Feature Relationships Between Nodes/Edges/Faces Allow finding relationships between features->Spatial Query

46 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Bentley Topology Types Session topology Build the topology information on-the-fly each time it is necessary Like in GeoGraphics 8.5 Persistent topology Topological primitives are created only once Topological primitives (node, edge, face) information is in the DGN These modes are supported with or without Oracle Session topology Build the topology information on-the-fly each time it is necessary Like in GeoGraphics 8.5 Persistent topology Topological primitives are created only once Topological primitives (node, edge, face) information is in the DGN These modes are supported with or without Oracle

47 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Bentley Persistent Topology Model Topology is stored in the DGN XFM features in the main DGN model Topology primitives in an hidden model Topology is stored in the DGN XFM features in the main DGN model Topology primitives in an hidden model DGN Persistent Topology in the DGN

48 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Open from Oracle Spatial Topology What you will see: Open Oracle Spatial Topology features in current DGN View the topological features Show the hidden topology model Nodes, Edges, Faces What you will see: Open Oracle Spatial Topology features in current DGN View the topological features Show the hidden topology model Nodes, Edges, Faces

49 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Demo

50 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What Did You Just See? Open Oracle Spatial Topology features in current DGN View the topological features Show the hidden topology model Nodes, Edges, Faces Open Oracle Spatial Topology features in current DGN View the topological features Show the hidden topology model Nodes, Edges, Faces

51 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Editing topology Place features like any other XFM features Use shared editing command to move common node Ex: moving a lot corner moves all the parcels with it Split/Merge polygon command Line Cleaning tools Find Dangles, Gaps, Duplicates From Spaghetti Line Work SHP file, DGN, DWG, Oracle Geometry, etc Topology graph is maintained while editing Place features like any other XFM features Use shared editing command to move common node Ex: moving a lot corner moves all the parcels with it Split/Merge polygon command Line Cleaning tools Find Dangles, Gaps, Duplicates From Spaghetti Line Work SHP file, DGN, DWG, Oracle Geometry, etc Topology graph is maintained while editing

52 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Analyzing topology Overlay operations Polygons Intersect Union Subtract Exclusive Or Overlay operations Polygons Intersect Union Subtract Exclusive Or Points/Lines Inside Outside Overlap

53 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Spatial Analysis on topology Overlay Operations Buffer

54 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Different document type and transaction type Document Type Transaction type Initial LockLock DurationSupport Live Database Document Pessimistic/ShortInside Bentley Map user ignited Until Bentley Map is closed Geometry, topology Pessimistic Long Transaction Inside Bentley Map user ignited Until user action, can go across sessions Geometry Topology History Disconnected Database Document Pessimistic/Long Transaction At extraction time on the server Until: document deleted lock released by user Geometry Topology History Optimistic Locking N/A Geometry History

55 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Geospatial Connector Administrator Allows Registering Features Allows setting symbology Allows creating placement methods Allows configuring the MicroStation workspace Allows creating end-user connection Geospatial Connector Administrator Allows Registering Features Allows setting symbology Allows creating placement methods Allows configuring the MicroStation workspace Allows creating end-user connection Discovering the Oracle Schema

56 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Discovering the Oracle Schema What you will see: Discovering the Oracle Schema Creating Configuration Set Register feature part of an Oracle Topology Creating workspace Creating end-user connection What you will see: Discovering the Oracle Schema Creating Configuration Set Register feature part of an Oracle Topology Creating workspace Creating end-user connection

57 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc.

58 What Did You Just See? Discovering the Oracle Schema Creating Configuration Set Register feature part of an Oracle Topology Creating workspace Creating end-user connection Discovering the Oracle Schema Creating Configuration Set Register feature part of an Oracle Topology Creating workspace Creating end-user connection

59 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Loading data in Oracle DGN2SDO Data loading tool for Administrator or DBA Convert into SQL Loader Scripts (.SQL,.CTL,.DAT) Supports two modes: SDO Geometry, SDO Topology Command-line only, no GUI DGN2SDO Data loading tool for Administrator or DBA Convert into SQL Loader Scripts (.SQL,.CTL,.DAT) Supports two modes: SDO Geometry, SDO Topology Command-line only, no GUI

60 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Loading DGN data in Oracle What you will see: Loading DGN data in Oracle Converting DGN with MSLink into SQLLoader Script Load the data in Oracle Spatial View the data in Geospatial Extension What you will see: Loading DGN data in Oracle Converting DGN with MSLink into SQLLoader Script Load the data in Oracle Spatial View the data in Geospatial Extension

61 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Demo

62 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. What Did You Just See? Loading DGN data in Oracle Converting DGN with MSLink into SQLLoader Script Load the data in Oracle Spatial View the data in Geospatial Extension Loading DGN data in Oracle Converting DGN with MSLink into SQLLoader Script Load the data in Oracle Spatial View the data in Geospatial Extension

63 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Greater Toronto Airport Authority Greater Toronto Airports Authority Owner-operator of Toronto Pearson International Airport Canadas busiest airport 29.9 million passengers in tenant and GTAA occupied facilities 5 major runways, 3 terminal buildings and satellites Technical Data Centre Manage the spatial infrastructure for all airport data Greater Toronto Airports Authority Owner-operator of Toronto Pearson International Airport Canadas busiest airport 29.9 million passengers in tenant and GTAA occupied facilities 5 major runways, 3 terminal buildings and satellites Technical Data Centre Manage the spatial infrastructure for all airport data

64 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Architecture

65 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc.

66 AES Torino-Italy Large Italian utility company specializes in gas distribution and district heating Web based application is being developed for accessing the Geospatial Connector back end for extraction/modification (in MicroStation)/posting This custom application is defined such that: Oracle Spatial stores the final information on the network and other company assets. The Geospatial Server is used as the back end for extraction and posting in long transaction mode. Geo Web Publisher is interface to the data editor that views the spatial database using a web based front-end (i.e.: direct connection to the database via GWP server). The data editor decides what extents to work in and performs an extraction. MicroStation is used for editing of the extracted data. The editing session can last from hours to days depending on the work order. Large Italian utility company specializes in gas distribution and district heating Web based application is being developed for accessing the Geospatial Connector back end for extraction/modification (in MicroStation)/posting This custom application is defined such that: Oracle Spatial stores the final information on the network and other company assets. The Geospatial Server is used as the back end for extraction and posting in long transaction mode. Geo Web Publisher is interface to the data editor that views the spatial database using a web based front-end (i.e.: direct connection to the database via GWP server). The data editor decides what extents to work in and performs an extraction. MicroStation is used for editing of the extracted data. The editing session can last from hours to days depending on the work order.

67 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Nice example of integration of several Bentley products Geo Web publisher, Geospatial Server, MicroStation Long disconnected transaction Web Service Nice example of integration of several Bentley products Geo Web publisher, Geospatial Server, MicroStation Long disconnected transaction Web Service AES Torino-Italy

68 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. AEM Torino Large Italian electric utility company Web based application is being developed for accessing the Geospatial Connector back end for extraction/modification (in MicroStation)/posting This custom application is defined such that: Oracle Spatial stores the final information on the network and other company assets. The Geospatial Server is used as the back end for extraction and posting in long transaction mode. Geo Web Publisher is interface to the data editor that views the spatial database using a web based front-end (i.e.: direct connection to the database via GWP server). The data editor decides what extents to work in and performs an extraction. MicroStation is used for editing of the extracted data. The editing session can last from hours to days depending on the work order. Client and database side network analysis are performed using the Oracle 10G Network Data Model Large Italian electric utility company Web based application is being developed for accessing the Geospatial Connector back end for extraction/modification (in MicroStation)/posting This custom application is defined such that: Oracle Spatial stores the final information on the network and other company assets. The Geospatial Server is used as the back end for extraction and posting in long transaction mode. Geo Web Publisher is interface to the data editor that views the spatial database using a web based front-end (i.e.: direct connection to the database via GWP server). The data editor decides what extents to work in and performs an extraction. MicroStation is used for editing of the extracted data. The editing session can last from hours to days depending on the work order. Client and database side network analysis are performed using the Oracle 10G Network Data Model

69 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Nice example of integration of several Bentley products Geo Web publisher, Geospatial Server, MicroStation Long disconnected transaction Database Side Network Analysis Web Service (SOA Architecture) Nice example of integration of several Bentley products Geo Web publisher, Geospatial Server, MicroStation Long disconnected transaction Database Side Network Analysis Web Service (SOA Architecture) AEM Torino-Italy

70 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Geospatial Server Benefits for Oracle users Integrate document management, workflows management and spatial database management Spatial management of all data types, including non GIS files types Find Information using intuitive spatial criteria View and edit your Oracle Spatial database directly- >Spatial Database Document Perform fully reliable disconnected field editing Integrate document management, workflows management and spatial database management Spatial management of all data types, including non GIS files types Find Information using intuitive spatial criteria View and edit your Oracle Spatial database directly- >Spatial Database Document Perform fully reliable disconnected field editing

71 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Geospatial Server Benefits for Oracle users Avoid conflict->Pessimistic Locking Study Different What-If Scenario->Optimistic Locking Keep data consistent at all time and interact easily with Oracle 10G Topology Produce historical maps and reports-> historical data management Bringing Geospatial Engineering information into mainstream IT world -> Oracle Standard Excellent Database Citizen->Oracle reviewed Print only what you need and save time with batch plotting capability Avoid conflict->Pessimistic Locking Study Different What-If Scenario->Optimistic Locking Keep data consistent at all time and interact easily with Oracle 10G Topology Produce historical maps and reports-> historical data management Bringing Geospatial Engineering information into mainstream IT world -> Oracle Standard Excellent Database Citizen->Oracle reviewed Print only what you need and save time with batch plotting capability

72 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Whats coming in Bentley Products? GeoRaster Viewing of GeoRaster Loading of GeoRaster Editing of GeoRaster Integration in Geospatial Administrator Network Data Model Network viewing Network editing Network tracing Integration with industry application GeoRaster Viewing of GeoRaster Loading of GeoRaster Editing of GeoRaster Integration in Geospatial Administrator Network Data Model Network viewing Network editing Network tracing Integration with industry application

73 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. Whats coming in Bentley Products? Cartographic Text Support Cartographic text support will allow storing natively the following: Text with leader line Text with different text size and rotation Database Side Spatial Analysis 3D Objects support Viewing of 3D objects Editing of 3D objects TIN support Viewing of TIN Storing Bentley TIN in Oracle Editing TIN Cartographic Text Support Cartographic text support will allow storing natively the following: Text with leader line Text with different text size and rotation Database Side Spatial Analysis 3D Objects support Viewing of 3D objects Editing of 3D objects TIN support Viewing of TIN Storing Bentley TIN in Oracle Editing TIN

74 © 2007 Bentley Systems, Inc. THANK YOU. Questions ?


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