Subject: Re: GeoDjango: strip z dimension; force 2D



Jason: when you say create 2 geometry types one with 2 dimensions etc... how do you specify how many dimensions to have?Because I created the field in this way: 
geom = models.MultiPolygonField(geography=True, spatial_index=True)
and let the Django migration do the job, but I don't know how to specify that it's a 3D field.
Thanks

On Tuesday, 8 March 2016 16:34:35 UTC, Jason wrote:I had a similar issue when uploading a kml to geojson conversion to postgis using geodjango.  There is no efficient way to do it in Django, so I ended up doing a workaround
  • Create two geometry types, one with dims=2 and other with dims=3.  Allow both to be null and set default to null
  • When updating, check the geometry dimension via GEOSGeometry.hasz.  If the return is 2, save the geom in the 2D field, otherwise save to the 3D
You can create a save/retrieve method on the model to handle this for you.

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