SQL Version Info functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | Summary | |||||
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spatialite_version | spatialite_version( void ) : String | returns the current SpatiaLite version as a text string | |||||
proj4_version | proj4_version( void ) : String | returns the current PROJ.4 version as a text string or NULL if PROJ.4 is currently unsupported | |||||
geos_version | geos_version( void ) : String | returns the current GEOS version as a text string or NULL if GEOS is currently unsupported | |||||
SQL math functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | Summary | |||||
Abs | Abs( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the absolute value of x | |||||
Acos | Acos( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the arc cosine of x, that is, the value whose cosine is x returns NULL if x is not in the range -1 to 1 | |||||
Asin | Asin( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the arc sine of x, that is, the value whose sine is x returns NULL if x is not in the range -1 to 1 | |||||
Atan | Atan( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the arc tangent of x, that is, the value whose tangent is x | |||||
Ceil Ceiling |
Ceil( x Double precision ) : Double precision Ceiling( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the smallest integer value not less than x | |||||
Cos | Cos( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the cosine of x, where x is given in radians | |||||
Cot | Cot( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the cotangent of x, where x is given in radians | |||||
Degrees | Degrees( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the argument x, converted from radians to degrees | |||||
Exp | Exp( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of x the inverse of this function is Log() (using a single argument only) or Ln() | |||||
Floor | Floor( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the largest integer value not greater than x | |||||
Ln Log |
Ln( x Double precision ) : Double precision Log( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
returns the natural logarithm of x; that is, the base-e logarithm of x If x is less than or equal to 0, then NULL is returned | |||||
Log | Log( b Double precision , x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the logarithm of x to the base b If x is less than or equal to 0, or if b is less than or equal to 1, then NULL is returned Log(b, x) is equivalent to Log(x) / Log(b) | |||||
Log2 | Log2( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the base-2 logarithm of x Log2(x) is equivalent to Log(x) / Log(2) | |||||
Log10 | Log10( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the base-10 logarithm of x Log10(x) is equivalent to Log(x) / Log(10) | |||||
PI | PI( void ) : Double precision | returns the value of PI | |||||
Pow Power |
Pow( x Double precision , y Double precision ) : Double precision Power( x Double precision , y Double precision ) : Double precision |
returns the value of x raised to the power of y | |||||
Radians | Radians( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the argument x, converted from degrees to radians | |||||
Round | Round( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the integer value nearest to x | |||||
Sign | Sign( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the sign of the argument as -1, 0, or 1, depending on whether x is negative, zero, or positive. | |||||
Sin | Sin( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the sine of x, where x is given in radians | |||||
Sqrt | Sqrt( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the square root of a non-negative number x | |||||
Stddev_pop | Stddev_pop( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the population standard deviation of the input values aggregate function | |||||
Stddev_samp | Stddev_samp( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the sample standard deviation of the input values aggregate function | |||||
Tan | Tan( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the tangent of x, where x is given in radians | |||||
Var_pop | Var_pop( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the population variance of the input values (square of the population standard deviation) aggregate function | |||||
Var_samp | Var_samp( x Double precision ) : Double precision | returns the sample variance of the input values (square of the sample standard deviation) aggregate function | |||||
SQL length/distance unit-conversion functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | Summary | |||||
Kilometer | CvtToKm( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromKm( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / kilometers | |||||
Decimeter | CvtToDm( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromDm( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / decimeters | |||||
Centimeter | CvtToCm( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromCm( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / centimeters | |||||
Millimeter | CvtToMm( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromMm( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / millimeters | |||||
International Nautical Mile | CvtToKmi( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromKmi( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international nautical miles | |||||
International Inch | CvtToIn( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromIn( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international inches | |||||
International Foot | CvtToFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international feet | |||||
International Yard | CvtToYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international yards | |||||
International Statute Mile | CvtToMi( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromMi( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international statute miles | |||||
International Fathom | CvtToFath( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromFath( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international fathoms | |||||
International Chain | CvtToCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international chains | |||||
International Link | CvtToLink( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromLink( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / international links | |||||
U.S. Inch | CvtToUsIn( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromUsIn( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / U.S. inches | |||||
U.S. Foot | CvtToUsFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromUsFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / U.S. feet | |||||
U.S. Yard | CvtToUsYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromUsYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / U.S. yards | |||||
U.S. Statute Mile | CvtToUsMi( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromUsMi( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / U.S. statute miles | |||||
U.S. Chain | CvtToUsCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromUsCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / U.S. chains | |||||
Indian Foot | CvtToIndFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromIndFt( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / indian feet | |||||
Indian Yard | CvtToIndYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromIndYd( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / indian yards | |||||
Indian Chain | CvtToIndCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision CvtFromIndCh( x Double precision ) : Double precision |
meters / indian chains | |||||
SQL utility functions for BLOB objects | |||||||
Function | Syntax | Summary | |||||
IsZipBlob | IsZipBlob( content BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid ZIP-compressed file | |||||
IsPdfBlob | IsPdfBlob( content BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid PDF document | |||||
IsGifBlob | IsGifBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid GIF image | |||||
IsPngBlob | IsPngBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid PNG image | |||||
IsTiffBlob | IsTiffBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid TIFF image | |||||
IsJpegBlob | IsJpegBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid JPEG image | |||||
IsExifBlob | IsExifBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid EXIF image Please note: any valid EXIF image is a valid JPEG as well | |||||
IsExifGpsBlob | IsExifGpsBlob( image BLOB ) : Integer | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL or not-BLOB argument. TRUE if this BLOB object corresponds to a valid EXIF-GPS image Please note: any valid EXIF-GPS image is a valid EXIF and JPEG as well | |||||
SQL utility functions [non-standard] for geometric objects | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
GeomFromExifGpsBlob | GeomFromExifGpsBlob( image BLOB ) : Geometry | X | X | X | a POINT Geometry will be returned representing the GPS long/lat contained within EXIF-GPS metadata
for the BLOB image NULL will be returned if for any reason it's not possible to build such a POINT | ||
MakePoint | MakePoint( x Double precision , y Double precision , [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry | X | X | X | a Geometry will be returned representing the POINT defined by [x y] coordinates | ||
BuildArea | BuildArea( geom Geometry) : Geometry | X | X | X | a Geometry (actually corresponding to a POLYGON or MULTIPOLYGON) will be returned. The input Geometry is expected to represent a LINESTRING or a MULTILINESTRING: each linestring has to be closed [i.e. it must represent a RING]. NULL will be returned if any error is encountered | ||
Polygonize | Polygonize( geom Geometry) : Geometry | X | X | X | a Geometry (actually corresponding to a POLYGON or MULTIPOLYGON) will be returned. The input Geometry is expected to represent a LINESTRING or a MULTILINESTRING. The input Geometry can be an arbitrary collection of sparse Linestrings: this function will then try to (possibly) reassemble them into one (or more) polygon(s). NULL will be returned if any error is encountered | ||
BuildMbr | BuildMbr( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry | X | X | X | [x1 y1] and [x2 y2] are assumed to be Points identifying a line segment; then a Geometry will be returned representing the MBR for this line segment | ||
BuildCircleMbr | BuildCircleMbr( x Double precision , y Double precision , radius Double precision [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry | X | X | X | [x y] is assumed to be the center of a circle of given radius; then a Geometry will be returned representing the MBR for this circle | ||
MbrMinX | MbrMinX( geom Geometry) : Double precision | X | X | X | return the x-coordinate for geom MBR's leftmost side as a double precision number | ||
MbrMinY | MbrMinY( geom Geometry) : Double precision | X | X | X | return the y-coordinate for geom MBR's lowermost side as a double precision number | ||
MbrMaxX | MbrMaxX( geom Geometry) : Double precision | X | X | X | return the x-coordinate for geom MBR's rightmost side as a double precision number | ||
MbrMaxY | MbrMaxY( geom Geometry) : Double precision | X | X | X | return the y-coordinate for geom MBR's uppermost side as a double precision number | ||
SQL functions for constructing a geometric object given its Well-known Text Representation | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
GeomFromText | GeomFromText( wkt String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry ST_GeomFromText( wkt String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | X | construct a geometric object given its Well-known text Representation | |
PointFromText | PointFromText( wktPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Point ST_PointFromText( wktPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Point |
X | X | X | X | construct a Point | |
LineFromText LineStringFromText |
LineFromText( wktLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring ST_LineFromText( wktLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring LineStringFromText( wktLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring ST_LineStringFromText( wktLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring |
X | X | X | X | construct a Linestring | |
PolyFromText PolygonFromText |
PolyFromText( wktPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_PolyFromText( wktPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon PolygonFromText( wktPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_PolygonFromText( wktPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon |
X | X | X | X | construct a Polygon | |
MPointFromText MultiPointFromText |
MPointFromText( wktMultiPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint ST_MPointFromText( wktMultiPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint MultiPointFromText( wktMultiPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint ST_MultiPointFromText( wktMultiPoint String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiPoint | |
MLineFromText MultiLineStringFromText |
MLineFromText( wktMultiLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring ST_MLineFromText( wktMultiLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring MultiLineStringFromText( wktMultiLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring ST_MultiLineStringFromText( wktMultiLineString String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiLinestring | |
MPolyFromText MultiPolygonFromText |
MPolyFromText( wktMultiPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_MPolyFromText( wktMultiPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon MultiPolygonFromText( wktMultiPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_MultiPolygonFromText( wktMultiPolygon String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiPolygon | |
GeomCollFromText GeometryCollectionFromText |
GeomCollFromText( wktGeometryCollection String [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection ST_GeomCollFromText( wktGeometryCollection String [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection GeometryCollectionFromText( wktGeometryCollection String [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection ST_GeometryCollectionFromText( wktGeometryCollection String [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection |
X | X | X | X | construct a GeometryCollection | |
BdPolyFromText | BdPolyFromText( wktMultilinestring String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_BdPolyFromText( wktMultilinestring String [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon |
X | X | X | X | Construct a Polygon given an arbitrary collection of closed linestrings as a MultiLineString text representation.
see also: BuildArea(), Polygonize() | |
BdMPolyFromText | BdMPolyFromText( wktMultilinestring String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_BdMPolyFromText( wktMultilinestring String [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon |
X | X | X | X | Construct a MultiPolygon given an arbitrary collection of closed linestrings as a MultiLineString text representation.
see also: BuildArea(), Polygonize() | |
SQL functions for constructing a geometric object given its Well-known Binary Representation | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
GeomFromWKB | GeomFromWKB( wkbGeometry Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry ST_GeomFromWKB( wkbGeometry Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | X | construct a geometric object given its Well-known binary Representation | |
PointFromWKB | PointFromWKB( wkbPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Point ST_PointFromWKB( wkbPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Point |
X | X | X | X | construct a Point | |
LineFromWKB LineStringFromWKB |
LineFromWKB( wkbLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring ST_LineFromWKB( wkbLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring LineStringFromText( wkbLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring ST_LineStringFromText( wkbLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Linestring |
X | X | X | X | construct a Linestring | |
PolyFromWKB PolygonFromWKB |
PolyFromWKB( wkbPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_PolyFromWKB( wkbPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon PolygonFromWKB( wkbPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_PolygonFromWKB( wkbPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon |
X | X | X | X | construct a Polygon | |
MPointFromWKB MultiPointFromWKB |
MPointFromWKB( wkbMultiPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint ST_MPointFromWKB( wkbMultiPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint MultiPointFromWKB( wkbMultiPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint ST_MultiPointFromWKB( wkbMultiPoint Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPoint |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiPoint | |
MLineFromWKB MultiLineStringFromWKB |
MLineFromWKB( wkbMultiLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring ST_MLineFromWKB( wkbMultiLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring MultiLineStringFromWKB( wkbMultiLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring ST_MultiLineStringFromWKB( wkbMultiLineString Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiLinestring |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiLinestring | |
MPolyFromWKB MultiPolygonFromWKB |
MPolyFromWKB( wkbMultiPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_MPolyFromWKB( wkbMultiPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon MultiPolygonFromWKB( wkbMultiPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_MultiPolygonFromWKB( wkbMultiPolygon Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon |
X | X | X | X | construct a MultiPolygon | |
GeomCollFromWKB GeometryCollectionFromWKB |
GeomCollFromWKB( wkbGeometryCollection Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection ST_GeomCollFromWKB( wkbGeometryCollection Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection GeometryCollectionFromWKB( wkbGeometryCollection Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection ST_GeometryCollectionFromWKB( wkbGeometryCollection Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : GeometryCollection |
X | X | X | X | construct a GeometryCollection | |
BdPolyFromWKB | BdPolyFromWKB( wkbMultilinestring Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon ST_BdPolyFromWKB( wkbMultilinestring Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Polygon |
X | X | X | X | Construct a Polygon given an arbitrary collection of closed linestrings as a MultiLineString binary representation.
see also: BuildArea(), Polygonize() | |
BdMPolyFromWKB | BdMPolyFromWKB( wkbMultilinestring Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon ST_BdMPolyFromWKB( wkbMultilinestring Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : MultiPolygon |
X | X | X | X | Construct a MultiPolygon given an arbitrary collection of closed linestrings as a MultiLineString binary representation.
see also: BuildArea(), Polygonize() | |
SQL functions for obtaining the Well-known Text / Well-known Binary Representation of a geometric object | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
AsText | AsText( geom Geometry ) : String ST_AsText( geom Geometry ) : String |
X | X | X | X | returns the Well-known Text representation | |
AsBinary | AsBinary( geom Geometry ) : Binary ST_AsBinary( geom Geometry ) : Binary |
X | X | X | X | returns the Well-known Binary representation | |
SQL functions supporting exotic geometric formats | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
AsSVG | AsSVG( geom Geometry [ , relative Integer [ , precision Integer ] ] ) : String | X | X | X | returns the SVG [Scalable Vector Graphics] representation | ||
AsKml | AsKml( geom Geometry [ , precision Integer ] ) : String AsKml( name String, desc String, geom Geometry [ , precision Integer ] ) : String |
X | X | X | returns the KML [Keyhole Markup Language] representation The first form will simply generate the geometry element: the second form will generate a complete KML entity | ||
AsGml | AsGml( geom Geometry [ , precision Integer ] ) : String AsGml( version Integer, geom Geometry [ , precision Integer ] ) : String |
X | X | X | returns the GML [Geography Markup Language] representation If version = 3 than GML 3.x is generated, otherwise the output format will be GML 2.x | ||
AsFGF | AsFGF( geom Geometry ) : Binary | X | X | X | returns the FGF [FDO Geometry Binary Format] representation | ||
GeomFromFGF | GeomFromFGF( fgfGeometry Binary [ , SRID Integer] ) : Geometry | X | X | X | construct a geometric object given its FGF binary Representation | ||
SQL functions on type Geometry | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Dimension | Dimension( geom Geometry ) : Integer ST_Dimension( geom Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | returns the dimension of the geometric object, which is less than or equal to the dimension of the coordinate space | |
CoordDimension | CoordDimension( geom Geometry ) : String | X | X | X | returns the dimension model used by the geometric object as: 'XY', 'XYZ', 'XYM' or 'XYZM' | ||
GeometryType | GeometryType( geom Geometry ) : String ST_GeometryType( geom Geometry ) : String | X | X | X | X | returns the name of the instantiable subtype of Geometry of which this geometric object is a member, as a string | |
SRID | SRID( geom Geometry ) : Integer ST_SRID( geom Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | returns the Spatial Reference System ID for this geometric object | |
SetSRID | SetSRID( geom Geometry , SRID Integer ) : Integer | X | X | X | directly sets the Spatial Reference System ID for this geometric object [no reprojection is applied] The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. | ||
IsEmpty | IsEmpty( geom Geometry ) : Integer ST_IsEmpty( geom Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if this geometric object corresponds to the empty set | |
IsSimple | IsSimple( geom Geometry ) : Integer ST_IsSimple( geom Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if this geometric object is simple, as defined in the Geometry Model | |||
IsValid | IsValid( geom Geometry ) : Integer ST_IsValid( geom Geometry ) : Integer |
X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if this geometric object does not contains any topological error | ||||
Boundary | Boundary( geom Geometry ) : Geometry ST_Boundary( geom Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | returns a geometric object that is the combinatorial boundary of g as defined in the Geometry Model | |||
Envelope | Envelope( geom Geometry ) : Geometry ST_Envelope( geom Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | X | returns the rectangle bounding g as a Polygon. The Polygon is defined by the corner points of the bounding box [(MINX, MINY),(MAXX, MINY), (MAXX, MAXY), (MINX, MAXY), (MINX, MINY)]. | |
SQL functions attempting to repair malformed Geometries | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
SanitizeGeometry | SanitizeGeometry( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a (possibly) sanitized Geometry [if a valid Geometry was supplied], or NULL in any other case Please note: current implementations only affects:
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SQL Geometry-compression functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
CompressGeometry | CompressGeometry( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a compressed Geometry [if a valid Geometry was supplied], or NULL in any other case Please note: geometry compression only affects LINESTRINGs and POLYGONs, not POINTs | ||||
UncompressGeometry | UncompressGeometry( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns an uncompressed Geometry [if a valid Geometry was supplied], or NULL in any other case | ||||
SQL Geometry-type casting functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
CastToPoint | CastToPoint( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a POINT-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing only a single POINT and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToLinestring | CastToLinestring( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a LINESTRING-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing only a single LINESTRING and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToPolygon | CastToPolygon( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a POLYGON-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing only a single POLYGON and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToMultiPoint | CastToMultiPoint( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a MULTIPOINT-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing one or more POINT(s) and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToMultiLinestring | CastToMultiLinestring( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a MULTILINESTRING-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing one or more LINESTRING(s) and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToMultiPolygon | CastToMultiPolygon( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a MULTIPOLYGON-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any Geometry containing one or more POLYGON(s) and no other elementary sub-geometry | ||||
CastToGeometyCollection | CastToGeometryCollection( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a GEOMETRYCOLLECTION-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case can be applied to any valid Geometry | ||||
CastToMulti | CastToMulti( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry ST_Multi( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry |
X | returns a MULTIPOINT-, MULTILINESTRING- or MULTIPOLYGON-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case
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CastToSingle | CastToSingle( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a POINT-, LINESTRING- or POLYGON-type Geometry [if type-conversione is possible], or NULL in any other case
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SQL Space-dimensions casting functions | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
CastToXY | CastToXY( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a Geometry using the [XY] space dimension | ||||
CastToXYZ | CastToXYZ( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a Geometry using the [XYZ] space dimension | ||||
CastToXYM | CastToXYM( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a Geometry using the [XYZM] space dimension | ||||
CastToXYZM | CastToXYZM( geom Geometry ) : geom Geometry | X | returns a Geometry using the [XYZM] space dimension | ||||
SQL functions on type Point | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
X | X( pt Point ) : Double precision ST_X( pt Point ) : Double precision |
X | X | X | X | return the x-coordinate of Point p as a double precision number | |
Y | Y( pt Point ) : Double precision ST_Y( pt Point ) : Double precision |
X | X | X | X | return the y-coordinate of Point p as a double precision number | |
Z | Z( pt Point ) : Double precision ST_Z( pt Point ) : Double precision |
X | X | X | X | return the z-coordinate of Point p as a double precision number or NULL is no z-coordinate is available | |
M | M( pt Point ) : Double precision ST_M( pt Point ) : Double precision |
X | X | X | X | return the m-coordinate of Point p as a double precision number or NULL is no m-coordinate is available | |
SQL functions on type Curve [Linestring or Ring] | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
StartPoint | StartPoint( c Curve ) : Point ST_StartPoint( c Curve ) : Point |
X | X | X | X | return a Point containing the first Point of c | |
EndPoint | EndPoint( c Curve ) : Point ST_EndPoint( c Curve ) : Point |
X | X | X | X | return a Point containing the last Point of c | |
Length | GLength( c Curve ) : Double precision
ST_Length( c Curve ) : Double precision |
X | X | return the length of c | |||
Geodesic Length | GeodesicLength( c Curve ) : Double precision | X | If [and only if] the SRID associated with c is a geographic one [i.e. one using longitude and latitude angles],
then returns the length of c measured on the Ellipsoid [such length is always expressed in meters] Otherwise NULL will be returned Please note: measuring lengths on the Ellipsoid requires complex geodesic calculations, and thus is an intrinsecally slow and time consuming task | ||||
Great Circle Length | GreatCircleLength( c Curve ) : Double precision | X | If [and only if] the SRID associated with c is a geographic one [i.e. one using longitude and latitude angles],
then returns the length of c measured on the Great Circle [such length is always expressed in meters] Otherwise NULL will be returned Please note: lengths measured on the Great Circle are less precise then lengths measured on the Ellipsoid using complex geodesic calculations; but they are by far quickest to compute | ||||
IsClosed | IsClosed( c Curve ) : Integer ST_IsClosed( c Curve ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; return TRUE if c is closed, i.e., if StartPoint(c) = EndPoint(c) | |
IsRing | IsRing( c Curve ) : Integer ST_IsRing( c Curve ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE, and –1 for UNKNOWN
corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. return TRUE if c is a ring, i.e., if c is closed and simple. A simple Curve does not pass through the same Point more than once. | |||
Simplify | Simplify( c Curve , tolerance Double precision ) : Curve ST_Generalize( c Curve , tolerance Double precision ) : Curve |
X | return a geometric object representing a simplified version of c applying the Douglas-Peukert algorithm with given tolerance | ||||
SimplifyPreserveTopology | SimplifyPreserveTopology( c Curve , tolerance Double precision ) : Curve | X | return a geometric object representing a simplified version of c applying the Douglas-Peukert algorithm with given tolerance and respecting topology | ||||
SQL functions on type LineString | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
NumPoints | NumPoints( line LineString ) : Integer ST_NumPoints( line LineString ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | return the number of Points in the LineString | |
PointN | PointN( line LineString , n Integer ) : Point ST_PointN( line LineString , n Integer ) : Point |
X | X | X | X | return a Point containing Point n of line | |
SQL functions on type Surface [Polygon or Ring] | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Centroid | Centroid( s Surface ) : Point ST_Centroid( s Surface ) : Point |
X | X | return the centroid of s, which may lie outside s | |||
PointOnSurface | PointOnSurface( s Surface ) : Point ST_PointOnSurface( s Surface ) : Point |
X | X | return a Point guaranteed to lie on the Surface | |||
Area | Area( s Surface ) : Double precision ST_Area( s Surface ) : Double precision |
X | X | return the area of s | |||
SQL functions on type Polygon | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
ExteriorRing | ExteriorRing( polyg Polygon ) : LineString ST_ExteriorRing( polyg Polygon ) : LineString |
X | X | X | X | return the exteriorRing of p | |
NumInteriorRing NumInteriorRings |
NumInteriorRing( polyg Polygon ) : Integer NumInteriorRings( polyg Polygon ) : Integer ST_NumInteriorRing( polyg Polygon ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | return the number of interiorRings | |
InteriorRingN | InteriorRingN( polyg Polygon , n Integer ) : LineString ST_InteriorRingN( polyg Polygon , n Integer ) : LineString |
X | X | X | X | return the nth interiorRing. The order of Rings is not geometrically significant. | |
SQL functions on type GeomCollection | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
NumGeometries | NumGeometries( geom GeomCollection ) : Integer ST_NumGeometries( geom GeomCollection ) : Integer |
X | X | X | X | return the number of interiorRings | |
GeometryN | GeometryN( geom GeomCollection , n Integer ) : Geometry ST_GeometryN( geom GeomCollection , n Integer ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | X | return the nth geometric object in the collection. The order of the elements in the collection is not geometrically significant. | |
SQL functions that test approximative spatial relationships via MBRs | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
MbrEqual | MbrEqual( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if g1 and g2 have equal MBRs | ||
MbrDisjoint | MbrDisjoint( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 MBRs is the empty set | ||
MbrTouches | MbrTouches( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the only Points in common between g1 and g2 MBRs lie in the union of the boundaries of g1 and g2 | ||
MbrWithin | MbrWithin( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if g1 MBR is completely contained in g2 MBR | ||
MbrOverlaps | MbrOverlaps( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 MBRs results in a value of the same dimension as g1 and g2 that is different from both g1 and g2 | ||
MbrIntersects | MbrIntersects( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; convenience predicate: TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 MBRs is not empty | ||
MbrContains | MbrContains( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer | X | X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; convenience predicate: TRUE if g2 MBR is completely contained in g1 MBR | ||
SQL functions that test spatial relationships | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Equals | Equals( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Equals( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if g1 and g2 are equal | |||
Disjoint | Disjoint( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Disjoint( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 is the empty set | |||
Touches | Touches( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Touches( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the only Points in common between g1 and g2 lie in the union of the boundaries of g1 and g2 | |||
Within | Within( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Within( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if g1 is completely contained in g2 | |||
Overlaps | Overlaps( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Overlaps( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 results in a value of the same dimension as g1 and g2 that is different from both g1 and g2 | |||
Crosses | Crosses( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Crosses( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments. TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 results in a value whose dimension is less than the maximum dimension of g1 and g2 and the intersection value includes Points interior to both g1 and g2, and the intersection value is not equal to either g1 or g2 | |||
Intersects | Intersects( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Intersects( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; convenience predicate: TRUE if the intersection of g1 and g2 is not empty | |||
Contains | Contains( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer ST_Contains( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; convenience predicate: TRUE if g2 is completely contained in g1 | |||
Relate | Relate( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry , patternMatrix String ) : Integer ST_Relate( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry , patternMatrix String ) : Integer |
X | X | The return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE, 0 for FALSE,
and –1 for UNKNOWN corresponding to a function invocation on NULL arguments; returns TRUE if the spatial relationship specified by the patternMatrix holds | |||
SQL functions for distance relationships | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Distance | Distance( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Double precision ST_Distance( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Double precision |
X | X | return the distance between geom1 and geom2 | |||
PtDistWithin | PtDistWithin( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry, range Double precision [, use_spheroid Integer ] ) : Integer | X | return TRUE (1) if the distance between geom1 and geom2 is within the given range. Usually distances are expressed in the length unit correspondind to the geoms own SRID: but if both geoms are simple POINTs and their SRID is 4326 (i.e. WGS84), then distances are expressed in meters. In this later case the optional arg use_spheroid can be used to select the distance algorithm to be used: is use_spheroid = 1 the slowest but most accurate geodesic distance will be evaluated: in any other case the simplest great circle distance will be used instead | ||||
SQL functions that implement spatial operators | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Intersection | Intersection( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry ST_Intersection( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the intersection of geometric objects geom1 and geom2 | |||
Difference | Difference( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry ST_Difference( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the closure of the set difference of geom1 and geom2 | |||
GUnion | GUnion( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry
ST_Union( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the set union of geom1 and geom2 | |||
GUnion | GUnion( geom Geometry ) : Geometry ST_Union( geom Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the set union of input values aggregate function | |||
SymDifference | SymDifference( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry ST_SymDifference( geom1 Geometry , geom2 Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the closure of the set symmetric difference of geom1 and geom2 (logical XOR of space) | |||
Buffer | Buffer( geom Geometry , dist Double precision ) : Geometry ST_Buffer( geom Geometry , dist Double precision ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object defined by buffering a distance d around geom, where dist is in the distance units for the Spatial Reference of geom | |||
ConvexHull | ConvexHull( geom Geometry ) : Geometry ST_ConvexHull( geom Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | return a geometric object that is the convex hull of geom | |||
SQL functions for coordinate transformations | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
Transform | Transform( geom Geometry , newSRID Integer ) : Geometry | X | return a geometric object obtained by reprojecting coordinates into the Reference System identified by newSRID | ||||
ShiftCoords ShiftCoordinates |
ShiftCoords( geom Geometry , shiftX Double precision , shiftY Double precision ) : Geometry ShiftCoordinates( geom Geometry , shiftX Double precision , shiftY Double precision ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | return a geometric object obtained by translating coordinates according to shiftX and shiftY values | ||
ScaleCoords ScaleCoordinates |
ScaleCoords( geom Geometry , scaleX Double precision [ , scaleY Double precision ] ) : Geometry ScaleCoordinates( geom Geometry , scaleX Double precision [ , scaleY Double precision ] ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | return a geometric object obtained by scaling coordinates according to scaleX and scaleY values if only one scale factor is specified, then an isotropic scaling occurs [i.e. the same scale factor is applied to both axis] otherwise an anisotropic scaling occurs [i.e. each axis is scaled according to its own scale factor] | ||
RotateCoords RotateCoordinates |
RotateCoords( geom Geometry , angleInDegrees Double precision ) : Geometry RotateCoordinates( geom Geometry , angleInDegrees Double precision ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | return a geometric object obtained by rotating coordinates according to angleInDegrees value | ||
ReflectCoords ReflectCoordinates |
ReflectCoords( geom Geometry , xAxis Integer , yAxis Integer ) : Geometry ReflectCoordinates( geom Geometry , xAxis Integer , yAxis Integer ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | return a geometric object obtained by reflecting coordinates according to xAxis and yAxis switches i.e. if xAxis is 0 (FALSE), then x-coordinates remains untouched; otherwise x-coordinates will be reflected | ||
SwapCoords SwapCoordinates |
SwapCoords( geom Geometry ) : Geometry SwapCoordinates( geom Geometry ) : Geometry |
X | X | X | return a geometric object obtained by swapping x- and y-coordinates | ||
SQL functions for Spatial-MetaData and Spatial-Index handling | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
InitSpatialMetaData | InitSpatialMetaData( void ) : Integer | X | X | X | Creates the geometry_columns and spatial_ref_sys metadata tables the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE direct invocation of these function is discouraged; you have to run the init_spatialite.sql script in order to fully initialize the Spatial MetaData tables | ||
AddGeometryColumn | AddGeometryColumn( table String , column String , srid Integer , geom_type String , dimension String [ , not_null Integer ] ) : Integer | X | X | X | X | Creates a new geometry column updating the Spatial Metadata tables and creating any
required trigger in order to enforce constraints geom_type has to be one of the followings:
the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE the optional 6th arg [not_null] is a non-standard extension required by the peculiar SQLite arch:
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RecoverGeometryColumn | RecoverGeometryColumn( table String , column String , srid Integer , geom_type String , dimension Integer ) : Integer | X | X | X | Validates an existing ordinary column in order to possibly transform it in a real geometry column,
thus updating the Spatial Metadata tables and creating any required trigger in order to enforce constraints the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
DiscardGeometryColumn | DiscardGeometryColumn( table String , column String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Removes a geometry column from Spatial MetaData tables and drops any related trigger the column itself still continues to exist untouched as an ordinary, unconstrained column the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
CreateSpatialIndex | CreateSpatialIndex( table String , column String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Builds an RTree Spatial Index on a geometry column, creating any required trigger
required in order to enforce full data coherency between the main table and Spatial Index the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
CreateMbrCache | CreateMbrCache( table String , column String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Builds an MbrCache on a geometry column, creating any required trigger
required in order to enforce full data coherency between the main table and the MbrCache the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
DisableSpatialIndex | DisableSpatialIndex( table String , column String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Disables an RTree Spatial Index or MbrCache, removing any related trigger the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
SQL functions implementing FDO/OGR compatibily | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
CheckSpatialMetaData | CheckSpatialMetaData( void ) : Integer | X | X | X | Checks the Spatial Metadata type, then returning:
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AutoFDOStart | AutoFDOStart( void ) : Integer | X | X | X | This function will inspect the Spatial Metadata, then automatically creating/refreshing a VirtualFDO
wrapper for each FDO/OGR geometry table the return type is Integer [how many VirtualFDO tables have been created] | ||
AutoFDOStop | AutoFDOStop( void ) : Integer | X | X | X | This function will inspect the Spatial Metadata, then automatically destroying any VirtualFDO
wrapper found the return type is Integer [how many VirtualFDO tables have been destroyed] | ||
InitFDOSpatialMetaData | InitFDOSpatialMetaData( void ) : Integer | X | X | X | Creates the geometry_columns and spatial_ref_sys metadata tables the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE Please note: Spatial Metadata created using this function will have the FDO/OGR layout, and not the SpatiaLite's own | ||
AddFDOGeometryColumn | AddFDOGeometryColumn( table String , column String , srid Integer , geom_type Integer , dimension Integer, geometry_format String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Creates a new geometry column updating the FDO/OGR Spatial Metadata tables geom_type has to be one of the followings:
geometry_format has to be one of the followings:
the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
RecoverFDOGeometryColumn | RecoverFDOGeometryColumn( table String , column String , srid Integer , geom_type String , dimension Integer, geometry_format String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Validates an existing ordinary column in order to possibly transform it in a real geometry column,
thus updating the FDO/OGR Spatial Metadata tables the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
DiscardFDOGeometryColumn | DiscardFDOGeometryColumn( table String , column String ) : Integer | X | X | X | Removes a geometry column from FDO/OGR Spatial MetaData tables the column itself still continues to exist untouched as an ordinary column the return type is Integer, with a return value of 1 for TRUE or 0 for FALSE | ||
SQL functions for MbrCache-based queries | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
FilterMbrWithin | FilterMbrWithin( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an MbrCache any entity whose MBR falls within the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
FilterMbrContains | FilterMbrContains( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an MbrCache any entity whose MBR contains the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
FilterMbrIntersects | FilterMbrIntersects( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an MbrCache any entity whose MBR intersects the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
BuildMbrFilter | BuildMbrFilter( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Creates an MBR identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 This fuction is used internally by triggers related to MbrCache management, and is not intended for any other usage | ||
SQL functions for R*Tree-based queries (Geometry Callbacks) | |||||||
Function | Syntax | OpenGis defined |
SpatiaLite base |
PROJ included |
GEOS included |
Summary | |
RTreeIntersects | RTreeIntersects( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an R*Tree Spatial Index any entity whose MBR intersect the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
RTreeWithin | RTreeWithin( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an R*Tree Spatial Index any entity whose MBR falls within the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
RTreeContain | RTreeContain( x1 Double precision , y1 Double precision , x2 Double precision , y2 Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an R*Tree Spatial Index any entity whose MBR contain the rectangle identified by extreme points x1 y1 and x2 y2 | ||
RTreeDistWithin | RTreeDistWithin( x Double precision , y Double precision , radius Double precision ) | X | X | X | Retrieves from an R*Tree Spatial Index any entity whose MBR intersect the square circumscribed on the given circle (x y center, radius) |