Oracle Spatial Indexing dialog box
Warning This command will not
be supported in future releases. This is the old command for creating
a spatial index in an Oracle database.
Use the Oracle Spatial Indexing dialog box to
to define a spatial index for your drawing data. You must define
an index before you can import records from Oracle into Map.
You must be the owner of the schema before you
can create an index for it or modiify its metadata. If you are not
the owner of the schema that you are connected to, none of the controls
in the Spatial Indexing dialog box are available.
Finds the extents of all the drawings contained
in the schema. The coordinates of the extents appear in the Min and
Max XYZ text-entry fields. If you prefer, you can enter the extents
yourself by typing coordinate values in these fields.
Updates the database with the extents of the
drawing data. (Metadata means "information about the data." )
Calculates the optimal value for the tiling
and displays the result as a number in the Tilling Level text-entry
field. If you prefer to use your own value, or if you want to experiment,
you can enter a number in the Tiling Level field.