GeoJSONSeq: sequence of GeoJSON features
New in version 2.4.
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Driver built-in by default
This driver is built-in by default
This driver implements read/creation support for features encoded individually as GeoJSON Feature objects, separated by newline (LF) (Newline Delimited JSON) or record-separator (RS) characters (RFC 8142 standard: GeoJSON Text Sequences)
Such files are equivalent to a GeoJSON FeatureCollection, but are more friendly for incremental parsing.
This driver supports the
This driver supports georeferencing
This driver supports virtual I/O operations (/vsimem/, etc.)
The driver accepts three types of sources of data:
Plain text file with GeoJSON data - identified from the file extension .geojsonl or .geojsons
Text passed directly as filename, and encoded as GeoJSON sequences
The URL/filename/text might be prefixed with GeoJSONSeq: to avoid any ambiguity with other drivers.
The following configuration option is available:
OGR_GEOJSON_MAX_OBJ_SIZE(GDAL >= 3.5.2): size in MBytes of the maximum accepted single feature, default value is 200MB. Or 0 to allow for a unlimited size.
Layer creation options
RS=YES/NO: whether to start records with the RS=0x1E character, so as to be compatible with the RFC 8142 standard. Defaults to NO, unless the filename extension is “geojsons”
COORDINATE_PRECISION = int_number: Maximum number of figures after decimal separator to write in coordinates. Default to 7. “Smart” truncation will occur to remove trailing zeros.
SIGNIFICANT_FIGURES = int_number: Maximum number of significant figures when writing floating-point numbers. Default to 17. If explicitly specified, and COORDINATE_PRECISION is not, this will also apply to coordinates.
ID_FIELD=string. Name of the source field that must be written as the ‘id’ member of Feature objects.
ID_TYPE=AUTO/String/Integer. Type of the ‘id’ member of Feature objects.