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I have a filter on Print Composer that selects "id_mov" and shows figures one by one into the map. This "id_mov" is not unique so different id can have the same "id_mov". Qgis select distinct by default and for the same "id_mov" I can't find the way to show them all together in the same map composition. It could be like saying in SQL "no select distinct"

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I studied your questions, because sometimes I need it..

My suggestion is depends of your format:

Case A: Shapefile Create a new shapefile using "Dissolve" Tool

Case B: PostGIS: Create a View using "Group by"

  • Dissolve seems clear but the view doesn't. How can I keep several figures with their own geometry in a single line? Group by results diferent id for every single geometry, am I right? Then I don't get the point for creating a view. Thnks ;) – Coldon May 3 '16 at 11:53
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    You must to create a view like this exemple:create view my_view as select st_union(the_geom) as the_geom, sum(area_ha) as area_ha, id from my_table group by id – Carlos López Quintanilla May 3 '16 at 12:07
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    I didn't know st_union function. This works!!! Big Thnks! – Coldon May 6 '16 at 8:46

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