Bug report #16932
Specific virtual layers definitions make the load of a project fail completely
|Affected QGIS version:||2.18.11||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 #:||24831|
In the attached file there is a project (F119849_plan.qgs) that when loaded in QGIS it loads completely empty, despite the layers definitions are ok (and the data available). It turns that there are two query layers (created within QGIS) that if removed will "fix" the problem > the rest of the layers in the project (included other query layers) are loaded normally.
The two offending layers are
the definition of the first (as example) is:
<maplayer minimumScale="0" maximumScale="1e+08" simplifyDrawingHints="1" minLabelScale="0" maxLabelScale="1e+08" simplifyDrawingTol="1" geometry="Polygon" simplifyMaxScale="1" type="vector" hasScaleBasedVisibilityFlag="0" simplifyLocal="1" scaleBasedLabelVisibilityFlag="0">
<proj4>+proj=lcc +lat_1=46.25 +lat_2=47.75 +lat_0=47 +lon_0=3 +x_0=1700000 +y_0=6200000 +ellps=GRS80 +towgs84=0,0,0,0,0,0,0 +units=m +no_defs</proj4>
<description>RGF93 / CC47</description>
COALESCE( "num", '<NULL>' )</previewExpression> <vectorjoins/> <layerDependencies> <layer id="fossé_emprise20170725120248650"/> </layerDependencies> <expressionfields/> <map-layer-style-manager current=""> <map-layer-style name=""/> </map-layer-style-manager> <edittypes> <edittype widgetv2type="TextEdit" name="num"> <widgetv2config IsMultiline="0" fieldEditable="1" UseHtml="0" labelOnTop="0"/> </edittype> </edittypes> <renderer-v2 forceraster="0" symbollevels="0" type="singleSymbol" enableorderby="0"> <symbols> <symbol alpha="1" clip_to_extent="1" type="fill" name="0"> <layer pass="0" class="SimpleFill" locked="0"> <prop k="border_width_map_unit_scale" v="0,0,0,0,0,0"/> <prop k="color" v="129,235,16,255"/> <prop k="joinstyle" v="bevel"/> <prop k="offset" v="0,0"/> <prop k="offset_map_unit_scale" v="0,0,0,0,0,0"/> <prop k="offset_unit" v="MM"/> <prop k="outline_color" v="0,0,0,255"/> <prop k="outline_style" v="solid"/> <prop k="outline_width" v="0.26"/> <prop k="outline_width_unit" v="MM"/> <prop k="style" v="solid"/> </layer> </symbol> </symbols> <rotation/> <sizescale scalemethod="diameter"/> </renderer-v2> <labeling type="simple"/> <customproperties/> <blendMode>0</blendMode> <featureBlendMode>0</featureBlendMode> <layerTransparency>0</layerTransparency> <displayfield>num</displayfield> <label>0</label> <labelattributes> <label fieldname="" text="Étiquette"/> <family fieldname="" name="MS Shell Dlg 2"/> <size fieldname="" units="pt" value="12"/> <bold fieldname="" on="0"/> <italic fieldname="" on="0"/> <underline fieldname="" on="0"/> <strikeout fieldname="" on="0"/> <color fieldname="" red="0" blue="0" green="0"/> <x fieldname=""/> <y fieldname=""/> <offset x="0" y="0" units="pt" yfieldname="" xfieldname=""/> <angle fieldname="" value="0" auto="0"/> <alignment fieldname="" value="center"/> <buffercolor fieldname="" red="255" blue="255" green="255"/> <buffersize fieldname="" units="pt" value="1"/> <bufferenabled fieldname="" on=""/> <multilineenabled fieldname="" on=""/> <selectedonly on=""/> </labelattributes> <annotationform></annotationform> <excludeAttributesWMS/> <excludeAttributesWFS/> <attributeactions/> <editform></editform> <editforminit/> <editforminitcodesource>0</editforminitcodesource> <editforminitfilepath></editforminitfilepath> <editforminitcode><![CDATA]></editforminitcode> <featformsuppress>0</featformsuppress> <editorlayout>generatedlayout</editorlayout> <widgets/> <conditionalstyles> <rowstyles/> <fieldstyles/> </conditionalstyles> </maplayer> *Old description:* I encounter the problem more and more often and it begins seriously to become embarrassing : I open a project of yesterday and it is empty or I just have the title groups, groups emptied of their layers. And the layers of the project are shp and virtual layers resulting from queries. The .qgs has hundreds of kilos and when I edit it, I find my layers in the tags, the paths are good, I have no messages like what tags are badly closed and file is not truncated. Is project finally lost ? Is there a way to get my projects back ? Thanks
#1 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 4 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Feedback
- Crashes QGIS or corrupts data changed from Yes to No
can you give more datails?
are the shapes in a local disk? a network one?
what the QGIS logs show?
it happens always for the same projects or just at time?
have you tried by starting QGIS in a clean environment, especially useful is to try disable/remove all 3rd party plugins.
#3 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 4 years ago
Lee Han wrote:
shapes are on network or on local disk.
It happens on different projects.
I have uninstalled plugins except those natives (georeferencer, processing,...). No effect.
the only thing remaining is the name of a group.
what log would you like to read ?
settings > panel > log
#5 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 4 years ago
Lee Han wrote:
I know the log panel :).
but what kind of log (general ? plugins ?,...).
Anyway, all are joined.
copy/pasting the content of logs it would be better, anyway from the "python.png" image is possible to see that you have still 3d party plugins enabled/installed.
Please try by (backing up and) removing the .qgis2 folder, then restart qgis.
If does not work please also try to understand if it is something that happens only in your computer or also in others.
#9 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 4 years ago
Lee Han wrote:
the problem is definitely in one of the query layers in the project, I removed a few of them manually and the project started to load correctly. Please try isolate the offending one(s) (tags <maplayer ...> ... </maplayer>) and let us know, there seems to be something wrong here.
#11 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 4 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Open
- Affected QGIS version changed from 2.14.11 to 2.18.11
- Operating System deleted (
- Subject changed from Qgis Project empty to Specific virtual layers definitions make the load of a project fail completely
- Description updated (diff)
#13 Updated by Giovanni Manghi almost 3 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- Resolution set to end of life
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