These conventions include table definitions, integrity assertions, format limitations, and content constraints.The required and supported content of a Geo Package is entirely defined in the standard.You agree upon termination of any kind to destroy or cause to be destroyed the Intellectual Property together with all copies in any form, whether held by you or by any third party.
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This document is subject to change without notice and may not be referred to as an OGC Standard.
This is a revision to Geo Package 1.2 (OGC 12-128r14).
This standard is intended to facilitate widespread adoption and use of Geo Packages by both COTS and open-source software applications on enterprise production platforms as well as mobile hand-held devices [B1] [B2], given that mobile hand held devices do not yet have the processing power or battery life to effectively tackle difficult geospatial product production and analysis tasks.
An Extended Geo Package is a Geo Package that contains any additional data elements (tables or columns) or SQL constructs (views, data types, functions, indexes, constraints or triggers) that are not automatically maintained within the SQLite data file or that result in a change in behavior not specified in this encoding standard.
This means that the data in a Geo Package can be accessed and updated in a "native" storage format without intermediate format translations.
Geo Packages that comply with the requirements in the standard and do not implement vendor-specific extensions are interoperable across all enterprise and personal computing environments.
At this time there are only administrative differences between this version and the adopted version.
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through an API) that guarantees data model and data set integrity and identical access and update results in response to identical requests from different client applications.