By default the OGR-Driver will swap the axis order to longitude, latitude for geographic coordinate systems.
"Since OGR 1.8.0, the GML driver has coordinate system support. This is only reported when all the geometries of a layer have a srsName attribute, whose value is the same for all geometries. For srsName such as "urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG:", for geographic coordinate systems (as returned by WFS 1.1.0 for example), the axis order should be (latitude, longitude) as required by the standards, but this is unusual and can cause issues with applications unaware of axis order. So by default, the driver will swap the coordinates so that they are in the (longitude, latitude) order and report a SRS without axis order specified."
Example (1): urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::4326 - GML 3.2 (WGS 84)
Lat / Lon is swapped to Lon / Lat by the driver (result: correct import into QGIS).
Example (2): urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::31468 - GML 3.2 (Gauß Krüger 12°)
North / East is NOT swapped to East / North (result: incorrect import into QGIS).
Example (3): urn:ogc:def:crs:EPSG::25832 - GML 3.2 (ETRS89 UTM 32N)
Default: East / North (result: correct import into QGIS).
Is there any reason why OGR 1.9.2 don’t swap the coordinates of projected systems (to East / North)?
Thanks in advance