Go to the project properties and on the data sources tab check "evaluate
default values on provider side".
On 11/08/2016 12:37 PM, Nicolas Boisteault wrote:
> Hi Matthias Kuhn,
> First thank you very much for your help and your work on this feature
> There is room for improvement but this functionality is already great as it.
> Another question. I also tried to add a station and an observation from
> the station form.
> When creating, I have 'nextval('public.station_gid_seq'::regclass)' in
> the gid attribute and in the id_station attribute too which is good to me.
> Now if i save the observation feature first it won't work because the
> station feature it refers doesn't exist. It is logical to me.
> But if save the new station feature, it only save this feature and not
> the relative observation with the newly foreign created.
> Is it a bug or a limitation? Thanks.
> Le 2016-11-08 12:09, Matthias Kuhn a écrit :
>> Hi Nicolas,
>> This is a limitation of the current implementation.
>> You can either add a new station without geometry first and then select
>> it in the attribute table and use the add part tool to add a geometry.
>> Or add it from its own layer and then link it to the parent observation.
>> I agree there is room for improvement.
>> On 11/08/2016 11:49 AM, Nicolas Boisteault wrote:
>>> Hi List,
>>> I have two tables :
>>> * station : gid, geom (point)
>>> * observation : id, id_station (foreign key)
>>> There is a 1:N relation; for one station feature there are multiple
>>> observation features.
>>> I add the relation between my two tables in QGIS -> project properties.
>>> I use the relation reference widget on id_station and check 'able the
>>> add of new entities' (not sure about my english translation)
>>> So now when I create a new observation I can click the plus symbol to
>>> add a station but I can't see how I can create the point geometry. I'm
>>> not able to click the map.
>>> Any hint? Thank you all.
>>> Nicolas BOISTEAULT
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