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Read and write object data to SQL Server Database


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Hi everybody

Does anyone have experience in read and write object data to SQL Server? Is the data transfer rate and regeneration drawings is good? I heard that with FDO in Autodesk map it can be done. Data is written in the Geodatabase format. Is FDO can be used in AutoCAD? Is there a similar Geodatabase format in AutoCAD?

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Hi Alex,

Are you wishing to do export objectdata from AutoCAD Map or just AutoCAD?

Another option that may be worth exploring is FME (see http://www.safe.com.au) You can download a trial but the software is expensive. Could be a like using a jack hammer to crack a walnut.

It can load, convert and write hundreds of formats including AutoCAD MAP and SQL Server.

 

Have a look at ADO_LISP It is free nut has not been updated for some time.

http://acad.fleming-group.com/Download/ADOLisp/ADOLisp.html

I have used that in the past for reading and writing to oracle databases and access databases.

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