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I have a problem very similar to the one here: However, there is no solution to the problem in that question. I have used pgAdmin to set up a database with PostGIS spatial extensions. I can connect to my databases with DB Manager and see all my schemas. However, I cannot connect to these databases in RiverGIS. All databases that I would like to use show up in the "DB Connection" drop-down, but after selecting one of them, no schema show up. Additionally, a python error is triggered, which I have included below. When I click the blank default schema, I am able to ask RiverGIS to refresh the connections list. However, RiverGIS then prints that it is unable to disconnect from the previous database because there is no opened connection. The previous user said that they discovered that the problem was a conflict in the name of the connection- what exactly do I need to change?

Thank you!

1 Traceback (most recent call last):

File "C:/Users/Caleb/.qgis2/python/plugins\rivergis\", line 268, in connChanged


File "C:/Users/Caleb/.qgis2/python/plugins\rivergis\", line 81, in connect_pg


File "C:/Users/Caleb/.qgis2/python/plugins\rivergis\", line 195, in addInfo


TypeError: QTextEdit.append(QString): argument 1 has unexpected type 'OperationalError'

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See the answer for the mentioned other question:
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