Syntax: AddGeometryColumn(<db_name>, <table_name>, <column_name>, <srid>, <type>, <dimension>). Adds a geometry column to an existing table of attributes. The dbname is the name of the database instance. The srid must be an integer value reference to an entry in the SPATIAL_REF_SYS table. The type must be an uppercase string corresponding to the geometry type, eg, 'POLYGON' or 'MULTILINESTRING'.
Returns the geometry in the OGC "well-known-binary" format, using the endian encoding of the server on which the database is running. This is useful in binary cursors to pull data out of the database without converting it to a string representation.
The inherent dimension of this Geometry object, which must be less than or equal to the coordinate dimension. OGC SPEC s22.214.171.124 - returns 0 for points, 1 for lines, 2 for polygons, and the largest dimension of the components of a GEOMETRYCOLLECTION.
select dimension('GEOMETRYCOLLECTION(LINESTRING(1 1,0 0),POINT(0 0)');
Returns the closure of the combinatorial boundary of this Geometry. The combinatorial boundary is defined as described in section 126.96.36.199 of the OGC SPEC. Because the result of this function is a closure, and hence topologically closed, the resulting boundary can be represented using representational geometry primitives as discussed in the OGC SPEC, section 3.12.2.
Returns 1 (TRUE) if this Geometry is spatially related to anotherGeometry, by testing for intersections between the Interior, Boundary and Exterior of the two geometries as specified by the values in the intersectionPatternMatrix.
OGC SPEC s188.8.131.52 - The minimum bounding box for this Geometry, returned as a Geometry. The polygon is defined by the corner points of the bounding box ((MINX, MINY), (MAXX, MINY), (MAXX, MAXY), (MINX, MAXY), (MINX, MINY)).