I have a 63 node river line in my QGIS project, that looks good on the screen and follows the rules for numbering in the downstream direction. Names are unique and junctions match perfectly (though I'm only trying to import the first reach right now). It seems to import:
Import data into RAS PostGIS tables...
Importing data from Stream, Walker Creek...
Building stream centerlines topology...
Calculating river reach(es) lengths and their end stations...
But in the new PostGIS layer there are only two nodes, and nothing is drawn on the screen.
EPSG:2226 - NAD83 / California zone 2 (ftUS) - Projected
-123.3397666000000044,39.3146324000000007 : -123.3133907999999934,39.3210203000000007
2 --> But Layers -> Show Feature Count says 0 ???
The new extent lat,lon matches the begin and end nodes of the input file exactly. But where are my intermediate points?
Wait! I'm not sure how, but suddenly my screen shows the River name and two superimposed Endpoints with numbers 1, 2 - all at Coordinates 0,0! Zoom to Layer won't take me back there if I move off a ways... But as you can see above, the file includes the proper coordinates and CRS. Some parts of my import file are coming in but others aren't...
I'm new to QGIS 3.0.3 and RiverGIS 3.0, so maybe I'm doing something stupid. Or maybe the ~6000 lines of Python errors I get on QGIS startup are leaving problems for me. Or maybe Windows 10 64-bit is not well tested...
Any clues would be most welcome!