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GIS Data Structure

Pankaj Bisaria
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Joined: May 20, 2006
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Hi Friends.
Presently I am working on GPS Application. I have to create a database in which I can keep coordinates in terms Of Latitude and Longitude.
In that data base I have to give start location and end location in a query and it will return the series of Lat/Long which shows the path.

Please guide me what should be the design of that database.

Thanks In Advance
Pankaj
Ulf Dittmer
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What is "the path" between two points?


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