Bug report #16769
QGis server GetPrint request renders layer in wrong order, polygons are on top
|Affected QGIS version:||2.18.11||Regression?:||Yes|
|Operating System:||Linux Mint 18.1 Serena / Ubuntu 16.04||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||Yes||Resolution:||fixed/implemented|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||24668|
I've setup a QGis Server 2.18.10 (wasn't available in Affected QGis Version on the submit form). Requesting via GetPrint and groupname or map name the layer order isn't right, maybe reversed.
Export directly in QGis desktop and via WMS request is working properly.
I compared the QGis logfile for a request with group name and all layer names and it is the same. The layer names are in the right order, if the order in the log is actually showing render order.
The getProjectSettings request is listing the layers also in the right order.
At the supplied archive you will find my test case, which includes
- point,line,multiline,polygon layer
- OSM source data
Layer structure is:
I'm happy to help and test. Right now I don't know how, because the logfiles don't give me a clue.
#4 Updated by lars Lingner about 4 years ago
René-Luc ReLuc wrote:
Does your GetPrint request is build by QWC or Lizmap ?
Actually, I wrote it by myself.
This request, using only the group name, is rendering the layer in wrong order.
This request, using explicit layer names, is working fine.
If I reverse the layer names, the rendering is also reversed. IMHO everything ok. First layer is rendered first, following layers rendered on top of it.
In QGIS 2.18 compare to 2.14 the layer order has been changed in GetPrint request.
Right, but it would only affect requests without group names?
Update: I'm using now 2.18.11
#5 Updated by Michael Douchin about 4 years ago
I confirm this behaviour, with QGIS Server 2.18.11. When calling a GetPrint request with a group name (containing several groups or layers), the rendering of each layers of this group is reversed. For example, if you have
- polygon cities with only borders (no fill)
- contours lines
- dem raster
You see only the dem raster when you use Mygroup in the layers parameter of the getprint request