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[Vector] Use XML Extent even if data provider has metadata
The XML extent was only used if the data provider has no metadata.
This means that only PostGIS views and materialized views can benefit from the use of the XML Extent.

This commit removes this constraint

(cherry picked from commit b681de9)
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rldhont authored and nyalldawson committed Apr 17, 2021
1 parent 0b3495e commit a339465b3aef11e2cf5214bba90b60e4c59b347d
Showing with 12 additions and 2 deletions.
  1. +1 −1 src/core/qgsvectorlayer.cpp
  2. +11 −1 tests/src/python/
@@ -838,7 +838,7 @@ QgsRectangle QgsVectorLayer::extent() const
if ( !isSpatial() )
return rect;

if ( !mValidExtent && mLazyExtent && mDataProvider && !mDataProvider->hasMetadata() && mReadExtentFromXml && !mXmlExtent.isNull() )
if ( !mValidExtent && mLazyExtent && mReadExtentFromXml && !mXmlExtent.isNull() )
mExtent = mXmlExtent;
mValidExtent = true;
@@ -2044,13 +2044,23 @@ def testReadExtentOnTable(self):
self.assertEqual(vl1.extent(), originalExtent)

# read xml with custom extent with readExtent option. Extent read from
# xml document should NOT be used because we don't have a view or a
# xml document should be used even if we don't have a view or a
# materialized view
vl2 = QgsVectorLayer()
vl2.readLayerXml(elem, QgsReadWriteContext())

self.assertEqual(vl2.extent(), customExtent)

# but a force update on extent should allow retrieveing the data
# provider extent
vl2.readLayerXml(elem, QgsReadWriteContext())
self.assertEqual(vl2.extent(), customExtent)

vl2.readLayerXml(elem, QgsReadWriteContext())
self.assertEqual(vl2.extent(), originalExtent)

def testDeterminePkey(self):

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