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pgRoutingLayer does not show the database connected.

QGIS: 2.14.15 and pgAdmin III

CREATE EXTENSION postgis; (ok)

CREATE EXTENSION pgrouting; (ok)

SELECT pgr_version(); (2.0.0,pgrouting-2.0.0,0,d6ed2cb,master,1.53.0) (ok)

DB Manager

pgAdmin III

pgRoutin

DB Manager tables

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How to solve this?

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  • Did you configure the database connection in QGIS? Can you see your data?
    – dkastl
    Sep 13, 2017 at 3:11
  • I think I followed all the steps to complete the creation and connection of the database (teste_01), both in pdAdmin III and in QGIS. Please see the figures added. I can see the data.
    – Sergio
    Sep 13, 2017 at 6:27
  • You don't have a QGIS database connection, it seems. This is not a pgRouting issue. First try to show your road network as a PostGIS layer in QGIS. If that works, then proceed with the pgrouting plugin.
    – dkastl
    Sep 13, 2017 at 11:05
  • I think I have a connection to the test_01 database because when I right click on (DB Manager) newark_splited_1, newark_splitted_1_vertices_pgr, and students, and then, I click Add to Canvas all of them are shown as layers in QGIS, as you can see above. However the database test_01 still does not appear in the pgRouting panel. More information: I created and saved a project in QGIS with these layers. When I reload this project in QGIS, the name and password of the database are asked.
    – Sergio
    Sep 13, 2017 at 12:34
  • QGIS 2.14.15 was replaced by QGIS 2.14.18 (deleting user\me\.qgis2 and the registry entries for QGIS, by running the regedit program). But the problem persists.
    – Sergio
    Sep 15, 2017 at 19:30

1 Answer 1

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The database connection users and password must be

  • saved
  • saved as 'basic' --> Not as a configuration

Save your password

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