Bug report #16241
Missing labels in form from joined table
|Affected QGIS version:||2.18.3||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Mac||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||end of life|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||24151|
Here's the problem:
I made a form with the Drag&Drop tool, with 3 tabs among which one has only fields from a table (itself loaded from a UTF-16 text file) joined to the layer. When I close the project and reopen it the labels of these fields are gone, only the data remain. But then if I add another field to the Tab (from the same table) then all the labels re-appear. If I add in the same tab a field from the layer itself its label remains but not those from the joined table after reloading the project.
Seen in QGis 2.18 and 2.14 on Mac.
#3 Updated by Nino Formica about 2 years ago
Test on QGIS 2.18.17 confirm the issue.
Test on QGIS 3.0.0, when properties table (with form) reopened then QGIS crash.
This is report detail:
Crash ID: 5a2438eff6e9f0182f9659392d7d5799867cd4ad
QgsField::QgsField : QgsFields::operator : QgsAttributeForm::createWidgetFromDef : QgsAttributeForm::init : QgsAttributeForm::QgsAttributeForm : QgsDualView::init : QgsAttributeTableDialog::QgsAttributeTableDialog : QgisApp::attributeTable : CPLStringList::operator : QMetaObject::activate : QAction::activate : QAbstractButton::click : QAbstractButton::mouseReleaseEvent : QToolButton::mouseReleaseEvent : QWidget::event : QApplicationPrivate::notify_helper : QApplication::notify : QgsApplication::notify : QCoreApplication::notifyInternal2 : QApplicationPrivate::sendMouseEvent : QSizePolicy::QSizePolicy : QSizePolicy::QSizePolicy : QApplicationPrivate::notify_helper : QApplication::notify : QgsApplication::notify : QCoreApplication::notifyInternal2 : QGuiApplicationPrivate::processMouseEvent : QWindowSystemInterface::sendWindowSystemEvents : QEventDispatcherWin32::processEvents : TranslateMessageEx : TranslateMessage : QEventDispatcherWin32::processEvents : qt_plugin_query_metadata : QEventLoop::exec : QCoreApplication::exec : main : BaseThreadInitThunk : RtlUserThreadStart :
QGIS Version: 3.0.0-Girona
QGIS code revision: 001c80b0c3
Compiled against Qt: 5.9.2
Running against Qt: 5.9.2
Compiled against GDAL: 2.2.3
Running against GDAL: 2.2.3
CPU Type: x86_64
Kernel Type: winnt
Kernel Version: 6.1.7601
#4 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 1 year ago
- Resolution set to end of life
- Status changed from Open to Closed
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