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So I have created a custom form for my attribute table in QGIS using the drag and drop designer option. I also have an external python init function that I imported. Now Let's say I create a new Feature. After I create the feature the custom form pops up and my python file checks if a specific attribute of the feature is not defined(or is NULL). If it is NULL or not defined I set the attribute. My code for this part looks like this:

if feature["name"] is None:
   feature.setAttribute("name", "Max")

Until now everything works. My problem is now that if I open the attribute table in qgis I always get an KeyError, but the attribute was set successfully. The KeyError look like this KeyError: 'name'. It might be hard to understand but I can't describe it better. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?

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I solved my problem with these two line:

fields = layer.fields()
feature.setFields(fields)

What I did was give the feature all fields that exist in the layer, because sometimes some features don't get all of them. That's what I think was the problem.

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