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PostgreSQL & PostGis Operations

, 10 Jun 2009
In this article, I would like to show you how to (backup, restore) DB & converting between PostGIS & Esri shape file
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Thabet Tech
Web Developer HP Enterprise Services , Egypt
Egypt Egypt
My name is Mohammed Thabet Zaky
I have graduated from faculty of Computer & Information system at Helwan Universty since 2007
I worked as GIS developer and .Net developer since Feb-2009 until now
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