Feature request #15938
Specify type of Join
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|Target version:||Version 3.0|
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In the layer properties in QGIS Desktop, add the ability to specify the type of Join of two layers. At present only an INNER JOIN is performed.
For example, I wish to implement the following equivalent code within QGIS
i.e. I want to display all records, which have a parent with name "xx"
SELECT * FROM table_1, table_2, table_3
WHERE table_1.foreign_key = table_2.key AND table_3.foreign_key = table_2.key AND
table_2.parent_key = (SELECT table_3.foreign_key, WHERE table_3.name = "xx")
From the following MS SQL Server tables
with fields - id, foreign_key, geom
with fields - key, parent_key, etc.
with fields - id2, foreign_key, name, preferred
Tables 1 and 2 are of the same length
The field "parent_key" allows the objects to be arranged in a hierachical fashion.
Table 3 allows several names to be attached to the same object, with the field "preferred" indicating the preferred name. Hence table_3
is longer than table_2.
At present, if the 3 tables are joined within the Layer properties, then only the first entry from table_3 is included, rather than what is required are all rows, so that the preferred names can be selected.
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