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Hello everyone,

There seems to be a problem with São Jorge Island's Coastline that I just Can't figure out.


For some reason the island is flooded and i've checked that all lines in the coastline are joining correctly with each other and the relations also seem ok. I've ran some error checking tools, but they found none problems at the coastline.

I thank anyone that can dig into this and provide some help.


asked 15 Jun '17, 20:23

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The OSMI coastline view doesn't show anything. The coastline is probably okay, but the coastline data files haven't been updated in a while, so the servers still have an old, broken version of the data. Not updating data happens sometimes, it usually resolves itself eventually.

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answered 16 Jun '17, 07:10

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Usually, how often are the coastlines updated?

(20 Jun '17, 11:42) silva1989

It's been over a month since the coastline database files updated, and so, São Jorge Island Continues flooded. Any chance this issue is going to get fixed anytime soon?

(02 Jul '17, 13:22) silva1989
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