Bug report #19807
Fix saving graphical model in project
|Affected QGIS version:||3.3(master)||Regression?:||Yes|
|Operating System:||Win 7||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||duplicate|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||27631|
I can save graphical models only for the first time. When I update the model and try to save it again (pressing the green 'Save model in project' button), it is not saved. However, a info message claims it is saved.
Expected behavior: Always save latest graphical model in project. Either create a new one or replace the existing one.
- Create new project
- Open graphical model editor
- Create a simple model
- Save it in project (green button)
- Close model editor
- Look for model in toolbox and click 'edit model' in order to reopen the graphical model editor
- Modify the model
- Save the updated model by clicking on green save button
- Close and reopen model
- Only the first version of the model is shown!!!
#3 Updated by Simon Gröchenig about 2 years ago
- File model.zip added
I tried to reproduce with a fresh install of QGIS dev. It still doesn't work as expected.
For the first version of the model I only added a Vector Layer.
For the second version I added a Buffer alg.
I have compared the qgs-project-files from before and after modifying the model. The are equal.
I can only save updated models in the project if I modify the name of the model.
I have attached a zip. It contains two qgs-project files. Maybe they help...
model.qgs should contain the updated model, however it only contains the first version of the model.
model1.qgs contains both versions with different names.