I'm trying to get a network in shape (pain, such unending pain) and have turned to Check Geometry to find errors but I repeatedly get told that "The test layer set contains a layer selected for a topology check". I have no idea what this means and I can't find it anywhere except in the python file for the tool interface. The first file I tried didn't work so I simply exported it as a new file and then it worked but that trick is no longer working. Does anybody know what this error actually means and how to get around it?
closed as unclear what you're asking by whyzar, nmtoken, aldo_tapia, xunilk, PolyGeo♦ Mar 29 '18 at 22:49
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In the topology checks section of the Geometry Checker, there are two tests that compare the input layers with external layers: "Lines must not intersect with features of layer ..." and "Polygons must follow boundaries of layer ...".