ogr2ogr isn't enough. Imports GeoJSON into PostgreSQL, using features'
id as the primary key, their geometry as a PostGIS geometry, and their
properties as a JSON column.
Requires PostgreSQL 9.2 for JSON storage, 9.3 for meaningful query functionality.
data.json into a
data table and display keys present in
createdb json-test psql -d json-test -c "create extension postgis" DATABASE_URL=postgres://localhost/json-test geojson2pgsql data.json data psql -d json-test -c "select json_object_keys(properties) from data"
DATABASE_URL- Postgres connection info. Required.
- Only supports
- Presumably other things