Bug report #13911
Zoom to layer fails using views
|Affected QGIS version:||2.10.1||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Windows||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||21933|
we've got 2 PostgreSQL Layers:
- Layer A, it's a layer where we're abble to insert feature in table XPTO
- Layer B, it's a layer that is a PostgreSQL view that returns the last inserted feature in table XPTO
- When we first open QGis and use the "Zoom to layer" on "Layer B" it works well and zooms to last inserted feature, but if we insert a new feature in "Layer A", the "Layer B" automatically graphicaly updates to the last inserted feature, but if we use "Zoom to layer" it zooms to the previous inserted feature and not the last inserted feature.
How to reproduce:
- create table "TEST" with some geometry, and autoincrement ID
- create a view "TEST_view" in PostgreSQL that shows the last inserted item (i used order by id and limit 1)
- create new project in QGis
- add new layer linked to "TEST" table
- add new layer linked to "TEST_view"
- insert feature in layer linked to "TEST" table, and save
- use "Zoom to layer" in "TEST_view" Layer, you'll see it working well
- insert another feature in layer linked to "TEST" table, and save
- use "Zoom to layer" in "TEST_view" Layer, you'll notice that graphically you can see the last inserted item, but you'll zoom to the previous inserted item
PS: noticed that there is a 2.12.0 version will try in that and report back if it's solved
#2 Updated by Sebastian Dietrich over 4 years ago
Confirmed on master (dc73fb2a09c6516b7a2149c49f6b62cd11ff83f9).It does not only affect views, but normal layers based on tables, too:
- load a layer
- zoom to the layer extent
- add some features outside the extent from another application
- zoom to the layer extent again
=> zooms to the old extent, not showing the new features
What did help in my case was using the Filter... dialog and simply confirming the already present SQL filter.
See also #13848, which is basically the same but for the feature count.
#4 Updated by Andy Wood about 4 years ago
Probably the same problem in master (6f393751aa2762e37aee75f15319bc5f9671ae7f)
- load a project
- manually zoom in
- will not "Zoom to Layer" if the layer has a Filter
After the "Zoom to Layer" attempt, manual zoom or panning the map is not possible until a different layer (without a Filter) is selected and "Zoom to Layer" is performed on this layer.
#10 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 1 year ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Open to Closed
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