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I would like to know how we could do in QGis to get a list of object contained in my different opened layers: We have n .SHP files or PostgreSQL Views (they all contain at least an "object type" column and an "object id" column) opened in a QGis Project to make a map. When the map is done, I want to save my .QGS file on a server and then I want (by a Python program ?) to get a .CSV file with 3 columns (object type, object id, path of my .QGS file) - or even better to write the data directly into PostgreSQL.

Does anybody ses how to make that easily on QGis ?

  • I wanted to say .QGS file (we planned at the bennining to work with MapInfo where projects are .WOR, I haven't change all extensions in my new post, sorry) – max76 Oct 26 '15 at 8:20
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Before you start you will want to decide what will be the "target", a file or a database. A file is a tiny bit simpler though psycopg2 makes handling postgres databases very easy as well.

with open('/home/you/data/out.csv', 'w') as f:

First you want to get a list of layers

    map_layers = QgsMapLayerRegistry.instance().mapLayers()

Then you want to iterate over every feature in each layer

    for layer in map_layers.values():
        for feat in layer.getFeatures():

And finally write whatever you want into the file:

            f.write('{}, {}, {}\n'.format(feat['object_type'], feat['object_id'], wor_file??))

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