Bug report #6751
Attribute table does not sort properly for GML file
|Affected QGIS version:||master||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||worksforme|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||15908|
I have included a GML file that was produced using the Geotools 1.8.0 java library.
When opening the attribute table for this file, the sorting on the different attributes seems to simply sort on the "gml_id" attribute.
Strangely enough, this does not occur for smaller feature sets (eg created by removing most of the features from the included GML file). I suspect one of the entries is causing this behaviour, but I have not further investigated this issue.
This issue was tested on version 1.8.0-Lisboa.
#1 Updated by Dieter De Paepe over 7 years ago
- File OUT_DropCables.xml added
Some further investigation shows another problem. In the included GML file (which is a subset of the first GML file), there are 8 features present, but only 3 show up in the attribute table.
It seems to do with the "gml-id" attribute, where all values ending in 7d0a up to 7d0e are not showing up.
#3 Updated by Dieter De Paepe about 4 years ago
Médéric RIBREUX wrote:
Hello, bug triage...
this seems fixed in QGIS 2.13 master. Can you/someone else confirm it ?
I'm afraid I'm no longer active in the GIS world. I can forward this request to former associates, if they can test using an out-of-the-box QGIS version (non-dev version).