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I have a QGIS Server up and running. I can consult my layers using WMS protocol and edit them using WFS protocol in QGIS or lizmap web client for example, but I am not able to make it work in AutoCAD Map. These are the steps I follow:

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In the third screenshot you can see the layer is added to the workspace but the layer is totally empty: it has no geometric data and no alphanumeric data.

I am getting the following errors in the messages window:

Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Error al conectar.
Error al abrir la conexión FDO.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Error al conectar.
Error al abrir la conexión FDO.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Error al conectar.
Error al abrir la conexión FDO.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Ha surgido un problema al acceder a la información de esquema de la conexión.
Project file error: Error reading the project file


Error al conectar.
Error al abrir la conexión FDO.
Project file error: Error reading the project file
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I had the same problem. The way i solved this was to set the version in you're first image to version 1.0.0 (even if the wfs isn't version 1.0.0)

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