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# ST_ASEWKT¶

Given a value of type GEOGRAPHY or GEOMETRY, return the text (VARCHAR) representation of that value in EWKT (extended well-known text) format.

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ST_ASWKT

## Syntaxe¶

ST_ASEWKT( <geography_or_geometry_expression> )


## Arguments¶

geography_or_geometry_expression

The argument must be an expression of type GEOGRAPHY or GEOMETRY.

Un VARCHAR.

## Notes sur l’utilisation¶

• For GEOGRAPHY objects, the SRID in the return value is always 4326. See the note on EWKT handling.

• Pour renvoyer la sortie au format WKT, utilisez plutôt ST_ASWKT.

## Exemples¶

### GEOGRAPHY Examples¶

L’exemple suivant illustre la fonction ST_ASEWKT :

create table geospatial_table (id INTEGER, g GEOGRAPHY);
insert into geospatial_table values
(1, 'POINT(-122.35 37.55)'), (2, 'LINESTRING(-124.20 42.00, -120.01 41.99)');

select st_asewkt(g)
from geospatial_table
order by id;
+-----------------------------------------------+
| ST_ASEWKT(G)                                  |
|-----------------------------------------------|
| SRID=4326;POINT(-122.35 37.55)                |
| SRID=4326;LINESTRING(-124.2 42,-120.01 41.99) |
+-----------------------------------------------+


### GEOMETRY Examples¶

The example below demonstrates how to use the ST_ASEWKT function. The example returns the EWKT representations of two geometries that have different SRIDs.

CREATE OR REPLACE TABLE geometry_table (g GEOMETRY);
INSERT INTO geometry_table VALUES
('SRID=4326;POINT(-122.35 37.55)'),
('SRID=0;LINESTRING(0.75 0.75, -10 20)');

ALTER SESSION SET GEOMETRY_OUTPUT_FORMAT='EWKT';
SELECT ST_ASEWKT(g) FROM geometry_table;

+-------------------------------------+
| ST_ASEWKT(G)                        |
|-------------------------------------|
| SRID=4326;POINT(-122.35 37.55)      |
| SRID=0;LINESTRING(0.75 0.75,-10 20) |
+-------------------------------------+

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