[Lizmap] Lizmap PostgreSQL search
G. Wagner, Wagner-IT
info at wagner-it.de
Mon May 30 13:45:45 PDT 2022
database=xxxx # here is the table lizmap_search included
The database is located on the same server
Von: G. Wagner, Wagner-IT <info at wagner-it.de>
Gesendet: Montag, 30. Mai 2022 22:38
An: 'Etienne Trimaille' <etienne.trimaille at gmail.com>
Cc: 'Lizmap at lists.osgeo.org' <Lizmap at lists.osgeo.org>
Betreff: AW: [Lizmap] Lizmap PostgreSQL search
no, the users are not stored in a PG database. Access data to the DB are still in the QGIS file.
Von: Etienne Trimaille <etienne.trimaille at gmail.com <mailto:etienne.trimaille at gmail.com> >
Gesendet: Montag, 30. Mai 2022 22:33
An: G. Wagner, Wagner-IT <info at wagner-it.de <mailto:info at wagner-it.de> >
Cc: Lizmap at lists.osgeo.org <mailto:Lizmap at lists.osgeo.org>
Betreff: Re: [Lizmap] Lizmap PostgreSQL search
How is done the access to the database ? (is your Lizmap users stored in PG already or not)
Le lun. 30 mai 2022 à 22:19, G. Wagner, Wagner-IT <info at wagner-it.de <mailto:info at wagner-it.de> > a écrit :
I still miss the very simple and perfomant search with the "QuickFinder Plugin" from QGIS 2.x. That's why I still have some projects running with QGIS Server 2.18 and Lizmap 3.3.
Now I try again with the SQL search. The creation of the extension, function and the entries in the profiles.ini.php are clear.
Then I create a database with the specified columns . But is this only one database for all possible searches of different projects? And there are all geometries included?
A "SELECT * FROM lizmap_search LIMIT 1;" is indeed successful from the PgAdmin or also from the QGIS DB management. But in the Lizmap client I get no search results.
Is there an example, maybe even with sample database?
Or is there still hope for a new QuickFinder plugin? I would also like to participate financially.
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