Le mardi 18 octobre 2016 11:59:04, Sandro Santilli a écrit :
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 11:55:21AM +0200, Mark Johnson wrote:
> > > The problem, as Germán found out, is that the URI passed as parameter
> > > is not necessarely an OGR provider URI, but a generic QGIS uri, from
> > > any provider, so it cannot always be opened via ogr.Open.
> > 
> > Yes, ogr-sysntax must be used.
> > 
> > # -- Spatialite provider
> > 
> > # dbname='/tmp/x.sqlite' table="t" (geometry) sql='
> > 
> > would need to call 'GetLayerByName'
> 
> But the above is NOT an ogrDataSource
> Please see with current master_2 branch if the test work for you
> with both GDAL 1 and GDAL 2:
> 
> Running the automated test is done via:
> 
>   ctest -V -R ProcessingToolsTest
> 
> Manual tests imply importing layers to postgis (via processing).
> 
> They pass here with GDAL 2

Sandro,

Mark's point is for the particular case of layers with multiple geometry fields 
(as may be found in some spatialite DB for example). That's a different issue 
than the one you tackle.

Even

> 
> 
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