Perhaps this could help. It uses the processing toolbox.
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> Le 8 sept. 2016 à 18:10, Carlos Cerdán [via OSGeo.org]
> <ml-node+s1560n5284851...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> Hi list:
> I have got a rasters set for montly precipitation, between 1981 and 2015,
> with names 1981-01; 1981-02; etc. so, in a files browser, 420 files (36 years
> x 12 months) are showed, ordered.
> I also have a shape of points where I want to sampling points whit such
> plugin, but when I use it, fields are ordered randomly, so I'll have to use
> table manager plugin to order fields.
> Some advice about how to make it directly, keeping order? Does "point
> sampling tool" plugin keep order with some way to order layers in QGIS panel?
> As a shape file has limitations about the number of fields (255?) I have to
> do it in parts of 10 years. After it, i hope to join these parts in
> Spatialite. Is there some way to do it directly in Spatialite?
> Carlos Cerdán
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