geogig geopkg export [options] [–interchange] [<commit-ish>:]<path> <table>
This command exports features from a feature type into a GeoPackage database.
The feature type can be defined using the [<commit-ish>:]<path> notation, so a feature type from a different tree can be exported.
If no origin tree is specified and just a path is used, the working tree will be used, so
table is equivalent to
If the table already exists, it will not be overwritten, unless the
-o modifier is used.
interchange flag is used, additional audit tables will be added to the GeoPackage to keep track of future changes. This can be used in order to utilize the
geogig geopkg pull command in the future, which provides a more robust way of importing data.
|--alter||Export all features if several types are found, altering them to adapt to the output feature type|
|--defaulttype||Export only features with the tree default feature type if several types are found|
|--featuretype||Export only features with the specified feature type if several types are found|
|Overwrite the output table if it already exists.|
|Export as geogig mobile interchange format. This adds additional tables to the GeoPackage to keep track of any future modifications made. These changes can then be pulled back into GeoGig via the |
|-D, --database||GeoPackage database to use. Default: database.gpkg|
|-U, --user||User name to use when accessing the database. Default: user|
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