Integrate Microsoft SQL Server Spatial Using FME

Use FME with SQL Server spatial to easily move any spatial data into and out of its data model.

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Solve Microsoft SQL Server Spatial Interoperability Problems with FME

Store spatial data in SQL Server using FME’s data transformation technology to convert it to the SQL Server spatial data model. Use FME as a spatial ETL tool to streamline transformation between SQL Server and many other formats including:

  • Esri Shapefile, Geodatabase and ArcSDE
  • MapInfo TAB
  • PostGIS
  • AutoCAD DWG
  • and more

Use FME with SQL Server Spatial to centralize and manage location intelligence, regardless of its origin, and make it available to users in their preferred application.



About Microsoft SQL Server Spatial

Microsoft's SQL Server Spatial functionality allows for the storage and retrieval of geometry and geography spatial data types.

Common Conversions

FME lets you integrate many applications and file formats. Here are some of the ways our users convert Microsoft SQL Server Spatial.


Microsoft SQL Server Spatial logo
Esri Geodatabase (File Geodatabase API) logo
Esri Geodatabase (File Geodatabase API)
Microsoft SQL Server Spatial logo
Esri Enterprise Geodatabase (SDE) logo
Esri Enterprise Geodatabase (SDE)
FME is the data integration platform with the best support for spatial.

Compatibility

The table below outlines how Microsoft SQL Server Spatial is supported by our different FME products, and on which platform(s) the reader and/or writer runs.

Product OS
FME Desktop FME Server FME Cloud Windows 32-bit Windows 64-bit Linux Mac
Reader Professional Edition & Up
Writer Database Edition & Up

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