Feature request #4128
Display a progress bar when loading shp/dbf
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- When loading a shapefile, display a progress bar to inform the user about the number of features geometries loaded (total number of features of a shapefile should be available inside dbf header) before final map rendering finally occurs.
- when opening attributes data table, display a progress bar to inform the user about the number of data records read inside the dbf file, before table view is finally displayed.
#5 Updated by Médéric RIBREUX about 5 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Feedback
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Hello, bug triage...
when you load the attribute table of a layer with lots of features (more than 100000 features, I am not sure what is the limit), there is a window indicating the number of features that have been loaded.
For layer rendering, I think this is impossible to have feature count because you can have a layer with lots of features which just loads in milliseconds because the features are not in the canvas extent (I can have a 1 million points layer loading instantly using this trick). For attribute table it is much more simple: you have to load everything. Furthermore, I can't see how to make a progressive feature count when you have multiple layers. Or perhaps would you like to have a global progressive feature count dialog box when rendering exceeds n seconds ?
I also think this is complex when using parallel rendering !