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I have two geometry columns like this:

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How can I see them together in the Geometry Viewer?
If i select all rows it shows only one column at a time.

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  • I don't think you can do that - try using QGIS
    – Ian Turton
    Sep 20 at 10:36
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    You should check out dbeaver community edition. It's free and has a geometry viewer that allows you to select and view multiple geometries at once, like you're describing. It saves you the step of collecting or unioning the geometries.
    – jbalk
    Sep 20 at 20:39
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Not directly, but you can construct a new geometry - or a geometry collection - containing the two geometries using st_collect

select st_collect('point(1 1)'::geometry, 'linestring(0 0, 0 1)'::geometry)

or more likely from two tables

select st_collect(a.geom,b.geom)   
from a join b on ...

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