I have a non-spatial database in FileMaker Pro that has two geometry fields per record (line and point). The database has a geometry_columns table and using the method outlined by @MerseyViking at Can QGIS read an ODBC connection?, I can create a live link between one of the geometry fields and QGIS.

Is there any way to get QGIS to read >1 geometry field per record via ODBC? I want to create one layer in QGIS for each geometry field in the database, but as the geometry_columns table is static (i.e. the f_geometry_column value can't be set or chosen from QGIS), this does not seem to be possible.

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