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Spatial reference system corruption

John C. Tull
I have a large project that has somehow become corrupt. When I open  
the project file, the map layers load fine and utm coordinates are  
shown correctly. If I try to add a shapefile, I sometimes get an  
error that the shapefile is an unsupported format, otherwise no files  
show up at all in the file browser and the app usually crashes. If I  
check the projection settings when the file is loaded, there are no  
projections showing up under the Spatial Reference System browser. Is  
this anything anyone else has encountered? I believe this is from a  
corrupt xml file, but I have not been able to solve it myself by  
perusing the xml.

If anyone has suggestions or hints, let me know. If you would like to  
peruse the project file, I would prefer to send it off-list.

Thanks,
John Tull


John C. Tull, Ph.D.
Conservation Director
Nevada Wilderness Project
8550 White Fir Street
Reno, NV 89523
775.746.7851
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Re: Spatial reference system corruption

Tim Sutton
Hi John

Go ahead and send me the .qgs file. Which version of  qgis is this with?

Regards

Tim
Em 25/07/2007, às 14:16, John C. Tull escreveu:

I have a large project that has somehow become corrupt. When I open  
the project file, the map layers load fine and utm coordinates are  
shown correctly. If I try to add a shapefile, I sometimes get an  
error that the shapefile is an unsupported format, otherwise no files  
show up at all in the file browser and the app usually crashes. If I  
check the projection settings when the file is loaded, there are no  
projections showing up under the Spatial Reference System browser. Is  
this anything anyone else has encountered? I believe this is from a  
corrupt xml file, but I have not been able to solve it myself by  
perusing the xml.

If anyone has suggestions or hints, let me know. If you would like to  
peruse the project file, I would prefer to send it off-list.

Thanks,
John Tull


John C. Tull, Ph.D.
Conservation Director
Nevada Wilderness Project
8550 White Fir Street
Reno, NV 89523
775.746.7851
www.wildnevada.org

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Re: Spatial reference system corruption

John C. Tull
Tim,

To add some follow-up, I thought there might be an issue with PostGIS, but I verified that all is well on that end of things. In the past, I had some crash-related issues when the postgres server was not running, but this is not the case today.

Cheers,
John

On Jul 25, 2007, at 4:27 PM, Tim Sutton wrote:

Hi John

Go ahead and send me the .qgs file. Which version of  qgis is this with?

Regards

Tim
Em 25/07/2007, às 14:16, John C. Tull escreveu:

I have a large project that has somehow become corrupt. When I open  
the project file, the map layers load fine and utm coordinates are  
shown correctly. If I try to add a shapefile, I sometimes get an  
error that the shapefile is an unsupported format, otherwise no files  
show up at all in the file browser and the app usually crashes. If I  
check the projection settings when the file is loaded, there are no  
projections showing up under the Spatial Reference System browser. Is  
this anything anyone else has encountered? I believe this is from a  
corrupt xml file, but I have not been able to solve it myself by  
perusing the xml.

If anyone has suggestions or hints, let me know. If you would like to  
peruse the project file, I would prefer to send it off-list.

Thanks,
John Tull


John C. Tull, Ph.D.
Conservation Director
Nevada Wilderness Project
8550 White Fir Street
Reno, NV 89523
775.746.7851
www.wildnevada.org

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