ESRI file geodatabase to PostGIS converter
The aim of this tool is to convert an ESRI file Geodatabase to a PostGIS database maintaining data, domains, subtypes and relationships. The tool will copy over the feature classes as postgis layers and the tables as standard tables. The domains and subtypes will be converted to PostgreSQL lookup tables. The tool will then create all necessary indexes and constraints to maintain the required relates between the layers, tables and lookup tables. To recreate the same experience of the domains and subtypes in QGIS using the output data, please install the plugin Data Manager. Now you can have domain experience in QGIS that is stored in the database and not in the QGIS project.
This package should be installed on windows systems into ArcGIS Pro conda python environment. (because of Arcpy)
- Install required packages::
pip install numpy>=1.12.0
pip install psycopg2>=2.6.2
pip install ruamel.yaml>=0.15.35
pip install awesome-slugify==1.6.5
- Install fgdb2postgis::
pip install fgdb2postgis
Create a yaml file mapping the file geodatabase’s feature datasets, feature classes and tables to postgresql’s schemas. It is required that the yaml file have the same name with the file geodatabase with the extension .yaml If the yaml file does not exist it will be created automatically, splitting the file geodatabase feature datasets to postgresql schemas Since we have the yaml file with the entire schema of the file geodatabase we can modified it and run the tool again.
filegdb: sample.gdb yaml: sample.gdb.yml
Yaml file example:
Schemas: - Administrative - Epidemiology - Radioactivity - Seismic FeatureDatasets: Epidemiology: - Epidemiology Radioactivity: - Radioactivity Seismic: - Seismic FeatureClasses: Administrative: - sectors - governorates - sub_sectors Tables: Epidemiology: - EpidemiologyTS - EpidemiologyTST Radioactivity: - RadiationTS - RadiationTST Seismic: - EarthquakeTS - SeismicTST
The schemas to be created in the target postgis database.
Mapping of the geodatabase’s feature datasets to the schemas of the target postgis database
Mapping of the geodatabase’s feature classes that do not belong to any feature dataset to the schemas of the target postgis database
Mapping of the geodatabase’s tables to the schemas of target postgis database
Command line options:
fgdb2postgis -h fgdb2postgis -f filegdb -p postgis --host=host --port=port --user=user --password=password --a_srs=a_srs --t_srs=t_srs
- Last Update:
Migrate to Python 3.6.9 (ArcGIS Pro 2.5.1)
12 May 2020
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