ArcGIS Enterprise SDK

IMolodenskyTransformation Interface

Provides access to members that control the parameters of a Molodensky transformation.

The Molodensky (and Abridged Molodensky) transformation methods converts data between geographic coordinate systems. It's a three parameter method. The parameters are three translations in a XYZ system and are defined in meters.

Name |
Description | |
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GetParameters | Returns the dx, dy and dz parameters. | |

GetSpatialReferences | Returns the from and to spatial references for the transformation. | |

Name | The name of the geographic transformation. | |

PutParameters | Sets the dx, dy and dz parameters. | |

PutSpatialReferences | Sets the from and to spatial references for the transformation. | |

TransformMeasuresFF | Transforms floating point measures to floating point measures (or do the inverse). | |

TransformMeasuresFI | Transforms floating point measures to integer measures (or do the inverse). | |

TransformMeasuresIF | Transforms integer measures to floating point measures (or do the inverse). | |

TransformMeasuresII | Transforms integer measures to integer measures (or do the inverse). | |

TransformPointsFF | Transforms floating point points to floating point points (or do the inverse). | |

TransformPointsFI | Transforms floating point points to integer points (or do the inverse). | |

TransformPointsIF | Transforms integer points to floating point points (or do the inverse). | |

TransformPointsII | Transforms integer points to integer points (or do the inverse). |

Interfaces | Description |
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IGeoTransformation | Provides access to members that define a geographic (datum) transformation. |

ITransformation | Provides access to members that apply a function (or its inverse) to a set of points or measures. The suffix of each method indicates the type of parameters operated on. |

Classes | Description |
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AbridgedMolodenskyTransformation | Creates an Abridged Molodensky transformation. |

MolodenskyTransformation | Creates a Molodensky transformation. |