Currently Geospatial data can be represented using the following projections which are supported by the map control:
- The Mercator projection EPSG:4326 (default) that refers to WGS84 as (latitude, longitude) pair coordinates in degrees
- The OSGB-1936 projection which also known as EPSG:27700 (require using of the converter).
- The EPSG:900913 projection which also known as EPSG:3857 and Pseudo-Mercator projection that refers to WGS84 as (latitude, longitude) pair coordinates in meters (require using of the converter)
You can use third party utilities like GDAL (http://www.gdal.org/) to convert the shape-file to the WGS84 Mercator projection (EPSG:4326) before using it in a RadMap project.
The RadMap control displays shp-file or shp/dbf pair without using the shx-file. So, our examples do not contain them. Most of the shape file edit tools require the shx-file. You can use the Shape Viewer to create the shx-file from shp-file. It is a free tool, which you can use to view ESRI Shape files. You can download it through the following link: http://www.qarah.com/shapeviewer/
When you create the shx-file then you can use tools like ArcGIS or MapWindow to edit the shape file.
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