Having looked at many duplicates I still can't seem to get a concensus especially with regards to using QGIS. I've read Creating duplicate features - many to one - in qgis and several others.
My data format is:
A) Point Shapefile Layer B) Polygon Shapefile Layer
I want to:
Grab all the "non-geometry" attributes of the point data, and merge them with the "geometry" of the polygon parcels it falls within.
Using MMQGIS, Layer->Join Attributes by Location, Spatial Query, etc all yield the same results. I can only get the "first matched" feature.
What I want is for the polygon to have an array where the addresses are shown within it. I have somewhat achieved this using POSTGIS but am suprised that there is no solution in QGIS.
Am I correct?