Seems strange to me that you start creating an observation first, and
then want to the station.
Wouldn't it be more natural to first create the station and then add
observations from the observation form nested in the station form?
That's how I do it. It seems logical to me and works fine.
In real live, you also have to first build the house, before you can put
furniture or people in it ...
But maybe I did not correctly understand the reason why you do it the
other way around. There may be a good reason.
On 2016-11-08 11:49, 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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