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<font size="+2">Hi,<br>
The reason I asked about ANSI was that I had a large </font><big><big>list
of points (in ANSI format) for various parts of New Zealand. After I
had changed the ANSI file into UTF-8 format, and moved it onto my
phone, I was able to use those points. If I then bookmarked (while in
that same database) it would recognise it. Then however, if I wanted to
upload my points for that day, to the pointshare exchange, I could not
upload my points. It said something about a DB Error: constraint
violation. </big></big>insert into point
values('TUKAPA ST,COWLING RD',SetSRID(GeomFromText('POINT(174.0534781
-39.0881484)'), 4326),'2','0','2','898277685','838') [nativecode=ERROR:
insert or update on table "point" violates foreign key constraint
DETAIL: Key (userid)=(838) is not present in table "webauth_users".]<br>
<big><big>I am able to navigate with the points,<big> </big>but
wondered why I am not able to upload them if I have added some more
points to that file</big>.</big> <big><big>If I do it in the database
I created myself, then I can update it and upload it with no worries. </big></big><br>
<big><big>Thanks for any help with this!<br>
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Ansi? That's a standard that can apply to a lot of different things. Can you 
be a lot more specific? What kind of file format are you thinking of?

On Thu, 8 Apr 2010, Kennydog wrote:

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Do you know of, (or can you create) an ANSI to loadstone converter?
Also, can it be like the osm to loadstone one (where it can convert the
initial user id to your own user id)? so you can download it and
re-upload it, (in case you come across some more points in that format).
Eg UTF-8  is what I normally use, but if I say came across a ansi file
and want to do the same thing so it can be used, and added to by others
in Loadstone.


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