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I did some searching for shp2sdo and only found shp2sdo.exe. Does anybody know if there is a script for Linux?
Shp2sdo is old hat and I haven't used it in years. When I want to load occasional Shape files to Oracle I use GeoRaptor (http://sourceforge.net/projects/georaptor/) - when I want to script a loading job I use FME if I have it available or GDAL (http://www.gdal.org/ogr/drv_oci.html).
I have tried sql developer georapter, only disadvantage is i could not append new records to existing table.
I have also tried mapbuilder, only one shape file can be loaded at once.
I need to explore FME and GDAL.
Is GDAL free to download, Is it OS level utility, can you elaborate further ?
check the link John gave you, it gives you all the information you need. If you need to do this import regularly, it is a good option since it's command line driven. Which means you can use batch- or command scripts to run it whenever needed.
FME is extremely powerfull, but comes at a price (proprietary software). it's really great for large ETL's that you need to execute often.
i have checked the link.
do i need to download oracle spatial driver, i dont see any link to download, is there any documentation on how to use this driver ?
not clear what to download, how to proceed ?
You checked the link but did not explore that website any further? There's a wealth of information there, just go back to the root and start reading. In your case you need the [url http://www.gdal.org/ogr/index.html]OGR Library.