If you want to list and write to a txt-File all featureClasses (in a FetaureDataset) stored in SDE/Oracle, it is done with a few line Python.
from arcpy import env
# Set the workspace for the ListFeatureClass function
env.workspace = "Database Connections/VECTOR.arcsde01.sde/FEATURE_DATASET"
# Use the ListFeatureClasses function to return a list of
# all shapefiles.
fcList = arcpy.ListFeatureClasses()
# setting up output-file and write to file
file = open("sdelayers.txt", "w")
After having QGIS 2.x successfully installed on Fedora 20 (yum install qgis) only the QGIS itself seems to be installed. You may get errors when trying to fetch new Plug-ins (Python!) or you have an nearly empty Raster-menu (without the GDAL-Tools).
In these cases install the following packages with YUM:
Screenshot-example (error): Missing GDAL-Lib – although the menu-items are in place:
After installation of the above mentioned packages everything works fine 🙂 – e.g. hillshade and contour-lines
The app GoogleTracks for Android-Smartphones is an easy to use tool for logging GPS-Tracks with your phone – & it allows you to export the Tracks to GPS and KML. So it’s no problem to get your tracks in your GIS-Software.
How-To with QGIS 1.8
Export your Track to GPX in GoogleTracks on your phone
Copy the *.gpx on your computer (or by the way mail it from your phone 🙂 )
You can directly open the GPX in QGIS with „Add vector“
Attention: GPS-Data is saved in GCS WGS84 ! If you combine it with layers in your national CRS be aware of using the correct transformation-parameters !