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I have below query which I am supposed to import into QGIS by amending certain aspects, to find out exactly what it does. But when I try to run it on the corresponding PostGIS layer, DB Manager warns me that there is not such "geom" attribute. I don't know what to do then. Is it a syntax issue?

UPDATE c_risque.ppr_inondation_surf 
SET    geom = st_multi(st_simplify(st_multi(st_collectionextract(st_forcecollection(st_makevalid(st_snaptogrid(geom, 1))),3)),0))
WHERE  not st_equals(geom, st_multi(st_simplify(st_multi(st_collectionextract(st_forcecollection(st_makevalid(st_snaptogrid(geom, 1))),3)),0)));
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    Does c_risque.ppr_inondation_surf actually have a column named geom? Also, consider this: you test each rows geometry for <complicated_geometric_processing>, and if it's not equal, do and set complicated_geometric_processing>; while that seems to make sense, it would be faster to just set everything to <complicated_geometric_processing> (except you'd have a functional index on <complicated_geometric_processing>...which you likely don't want). – geozelot Dec 26 '19 at 18:29
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Try the following :

1) ensure u really have a geometry column in your ppr_inondation_surf table (...)

2) reference the geometry column using 'geometry' instead of geom

PS : i think u can't launch update queries in QGIS Database Manager ("virtual layers") ...

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