Oracle Spatial Studio 22.2 Now Available

August 29, 2022 | 2 minute read
David Lapp
Senior Principal Product Manager
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Oracle Spatial Studio 22.2 is now available. To deploy to Oracle Cloud please visit the Oracle Cloud Marketplace and search for Spatial Studio, or to download please visit Oracle Spatial Studio Downloads.

Summarized below are 3 key enhancements.


When logging into Spatial Studio you may now select the language for the user interface from the following: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, simplified and traditional Chinese. If Spatial Studio is using Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) as it's identity provider then the language is automatically set according of the user's IDCS profile.

spatal studio multi language


New Project User Interface

The Spatial Studio project user interface has been redesigned to provide more real estate for visualizations. All functionality and features have been preserved while reducing the screen space used by configuration menus.

Spatial Studio Project UI


Job Control

User's now have greater visibility into job status and may gracefully terminate long running jobs. For example, if a user submits a long running geocoding job and then realizes that the wrong dataset was supplied, the job can be gracefully terminated instead of waiting for completion.

Spatial Studio terminate job

Also, check out this YouTube video which shows some new features in both 22.1 and 22.2.

For a complete list of enhancements, please see the Release Notes at the bottom of the Spatial Studio Downloads page.  To learn more about Spatial Studio please visit the Get Started page. You feedback is always welcome at the Spatial Studio Community Forum.


David Lapp

Senior Principal Product Manager

David Lapp is a Senior Principal Product Manager at Oracle Corporation. His responsibilities include strategy and planning for Oracle's Spatial and Graph technologies and cloud services, and their use across the Oracle Cloud including machine learning and analytics. Prior to his current role in product management, David spent nearly 10 years in technical pre-sales covering analytics and spatial technology for the North American Public Sector. David is a graduate of the University of Washington.

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