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I have a geojsonObject that is a featurecollection of X number of features. see picture

Featuers:

I Then add this to a vector:

var Source = new ol.source.Vector({
        features: (new ol.format.GeoJSON()).readFeatures(geojsonObject)
    });

I add this to a layer, and call a style function:

var Layer = new ol.layer.Vector({
        source: Source,
        style: stylefcn(Source.getFeatures())
    });

function stylefcn(_features) {
console.log(_features)
//When i log my features here, the order of the features have changed. 
}

Why does the order change?

E.g: Feature number 0 from the picture above, has become feature number 4 in the style function.

(I have a small suspicion that this might happen when the number of features pass 10)

4

From the doc:

getFeatures():
Get all features on the source in random order.

  • Gee! No quickFix then? I guess i need to tag all my features with a feature-id then? Or any suggestions for a good solution? :) – otk Jul 2 at 11:28
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    To be honest I don't know. I systematically assume to be getting items from a data source in an unpredictable and inconsistent order unless I have explicitly specified a sort order. – JGH Jul 2 at 11:33
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To access features in order you would need a features collection:

var Source = new ol.source.Vector({
        features: new ol.Collection()
    });

Source.addFeatures(new ol.format.GeoJSON().readFeatures(geojsonObject));

console.log(Source.getFeaturesCollection().getArray());
  • Perfect :) Thanks. Both answers are "correct" for my part. But JGH's answer is the answer to the "Heading questions. Not possible to accept both. – otk Jul 2 at 12:01
  • For me i found this solution to be the easiest one: github.com/openlayers/openlayers/issues/5729 by using useSpatialIndex: false, – otk Jul 2 at 12:55

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