I am using QGIS 3.02. I opened a GDB file in QGIS and saved it as a shapefile in EPSG: 4326. Now I want to save it in EPSG: 2264 but I am running into an issue. Every time I save it as EPSG: 2264 the features disappear - QGIS produces a layer with zero features, and nothing is visible on the map.

What could be the issue?


I cannot produce the same issue in QGIS 3.0.1. I can save the data properly in EPSG: 2264 and displaying them without problem.

I tested a point shapefile with EPSG: 4326 and saved it as EPSG: 2264 successfully as you can see below:

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Try to check the topology of the original data. It may have some topological errors.

  • I think I've found the issue - QGIS is reading the GBD file with an invalid projection. Is that a common issue when opening GBD files in QGIS? – csft306 Apr 24 '18 at 2:30
  • I am not sure about that, without seeing the data it is difficult to judge if it is a problem of reading GDB or something else. – ahmadhanb Apr 24 '18 at 2:34

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