You can right click a layer and go to filter and enter an expression to
filter out unwanted objects. From there save as will save to a shapefile,
among other other formats, that will only be the items defined by the
filter. You can also use a select expression and in the save as dialog
select save only selected features
Does that help?.
On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 8:12 AM, Armin Konrad <armin.kon...@email.de> wrote:
> I have opend an ESRI .gdb database (directory) in an qgis project. The
> mayor .gdbtable-file has a size of about 3.5 GB and contains about 18.000
> objects (polygons). It is rather awkward to work with such a database to
> say the least since I need only 2 to 3 objects at a time.
> I wonder, is there a way to select certain objects by filtering and
> convert them selectively to a shape file or to copy them to a new database?
> Thanks you for suggestions.
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