[QGIS-Developer] GeoPackages with constraint problems
matthias at opengis.ch
Fri Aug 3 06:59:42 PDT 2018
I recently gave a course where geopackages were used as datasets. Those
geopackages had foreign key constraints (among others) activated. While
editing those files, at least on one machine, someone managed to get it
into a "corrupted" state (layer disappeared). Trying to load this layer
later on will result in a bad layer. The only thing we have is a tiny
message in the message log informing about "pragma foreign_key_check on
'file.gpkg' failed. You can disable this check by setting the
OGR_GPKG_FOREIGN_KEY_CHECK configuration option to NO".
I think it's quite strange that QGIS/OGR manages to bring a GeoPackage
into a corrupted state and then denies to open it.
* It would - I guess - be preferable to prevent a GeoPackage from going
into such a state
* Since it appears to be quite easy to bring a dataset into such a state
(although I'm afraid I can't provide detailed steps) QGIS should by
default probably rather open (and warn) or warn and give a possibility
to still open.
Did others experience this as well and have more ideas what to do?
Thanks and best wishes
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