Bug report #15920
QLR file loading ignoring <widgetv2config> configuration, as opposed when loading from QGS
|Affected QGIS version:||2.18.0||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||23837|
QGIS Layer Configuration includes information about edit widgets: edit widget type (Text Edit, Value Map, ...), constraints (Not null,...), editability, default values,...
When you "Save As Layer Definition file" you get a .qlr file with all this information.
But when you try to load this .qlr file ("Add from Layer Definition File"), all information about edit widgets is ignored, it is not restored.
By the way, when you save a QGIS project, you get a .qgs file, that also includes all this information. But opening the .qgs project do indeed correctly restores all edit widget information.
By opening both .qgs and .qlr files with a text editor, we have seen that they use the same schema format to describe all that information (under <maplayers><maplayer><edittypes><edittype><widgetv2config>). So it seems that processing this information should follow the same rules no matter if it is read from a QLR or a QGS file...
#1 Updated by Bo Thomsen almost 5 years ago
- Assignee set to Nathan Woodrow
This is really a LARGE issue for those of us, that uses qlr - functionality. Take a look at the QLR Browser plugin as an example.
I can possibly scrape some money from the the bottom of my budget allowance to fix this issue. Either this year. Or in the start of the next year.
I think Nathan was the original author of the qlr functionality. Why didn't you implement the widget creation together with styles ? Was there any difficulties or did you run out of time / resources ??
#6 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 2 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- Resolution set to end of life
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