Bug report #14442
Save Style to DB (Postgres) error
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When i want to save the style to the DB i get this error
Unable to save layer style. It's not possible to create the destination table on the database. Maybe this is due to table permissions (user=mapuser). Please contact your database admin
#1 Updated by Maximilian Krambach almost 8 years ago
(context: properties of a postgis layer--> style --> save style --> save style to database)
I can save the layer style here (ubuntu, QGIS 2.14.0). My user has all permissions. From a first glance, INSERT permission is needed in the postgres database. If there is no "layer_styles" table, maybe "CREATE" is needed, as this table is created on the first run.
#3 Updated by Carlo Bertelli over 7 years ago
- Status changed from Closed to Reopened
On 2.14.3 I get the same error.
The error message is accurate, QGIS issues a CREATE TABLE statement even if the table is already there. Maybe this is due to the old version of PostgreSQL, 8.4; beginning with version 9.1 you can issue a CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS.
Anyway QGIS 2.8.9 saves and loads styles without errors.
#6 Updated by Giovanni Manghi almost 5 years ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Reopened to Closed
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