I am trying to connect source and destination points with the hub lines tool in MMQGIS. I have gone through the other posts on this subject but couldn't figure out what I am doing wrong.

I have succeeded doing so before in a different school project and I can't understand why it is not working now. The tables have pretty much the same fields as the last time.

The 2 tables are the same, but saved once as source and once as a destination. I will add screen shots of the fields and the hub lines application window and maybe someone will see what am I doing wrong.

source layer destination layer hub lines application window the error

  • You might have a Null geometry.Are your inputs Point Shapefiles? I would save a few Points with the same ID from each shapefile to a temporary shapefile for testing. – klewis Aug 20 '16 at 13:50
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    Could you upload your shapefiles to a public server so that others could test this? Your process seems correct so perhaps could be a platform or MMQGIS version issue... – Joseph Aug 25 '16 at 12:10

I think your mistake is that you have the columns of numbers in text format, as it looks to the left side instead of being on the right side of the cell

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    Welcome to GIS SE. Please note this is an English language site (I used Google Translate). – Aaron Apr 17 '19 at 3:33

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