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Question asked by jlonneux2 on Feb 7, 2020
Latest reply on Feb 10, 2020 by LDanzinger-esristaff

So the thing is i get this dictionary

and create the dictinary symbol as:

QString styleLocation = local from stylx;

m_dictionarySymbolStyle = DictionarySymbolStyle::createFromFile(styleLocation, this);


and works fine it shows the symbols perfectly


but when i call the function to see the fields names:

QStringList whatever = DictionarySymbolStyle::symbologyFieldNames();


whatever is empty.

its a normal behavior or i am doing something wrong?

There is another way to discover those fields names?


speaking of which how do i change the stylx configuration in cpp? like "condition" instead of 'PRIMARY' i want to change it