This parameter allows you to choose different naming schemes, and the number of feature types generated for the reader.
Feature type name choices:
- From File Name(s): Generates one feature type per source filename.
- From Format Name: Produces only a single feature type containing the format name.
Use Search Envelope
Using the minimum and maximum x and y parameters, define a bounding box that will be used to filter the input features. Only features that intersect with the bounding box are returned.
If all four coordinates of the search envelope are specified as 0, the search envelope will be disabled.
When selected, this parameter removes any portions of imported features being read that are outside the Search Envelope.
The example below illustrates the results of the Search Envelope when Clip to Search Envelope is not selected (set to No) and when it is selected (set to Yes).
- No: Any features that cross the search envelope boundary will be read, including the portion that lies outside of the boundary.
- Yes: Any features that cross the search envelope boundary will be clipped at the boundary, and only the portion that lies inside the boundary will be read. The underlying function for the Clip to Search Envelope function is an intersection; however, when Clip to Search Envelope is selected, a clipping operation is also performed in addition to the intersection.
This parameter specifies the pyramid level from which to read.
Pyramid level 0 represent the original raster data. Values greater than 0 represent increasingly reduced levels of image resolution.
Each pyramid level has half the number of rows and columns of the previous level.