Up until QGIS 2.18, all our text placement and rotation values were set to point to the spatial layer table in MSSQL, where we added an ANG (angle) and X, Y field for rotation and placement value storage into our text layer tables.
After installing QGIS 3.2, it seems any label tool we use invokes a prompt to specify a primary key in order to set up fields in the new Auxiliary Storage feature. This has undesirable results as all text is set to zero rotation, except the target label that was rotated.
We do not wish to use this new Auxiliary Storage feature and want to continue using the field values, from the base tables, to store our text placement and rotation data.
Attempting to revert the rotation source to the previous field in our base table causes QGIS 3.2 to crash.
Is there a way to turn off or bypass this new Auxiliary Storage feature?