Moving point A to point B with attributes using QGIS

Geographic Information Systems Asked on January 3, 2022

I have an A layer containing points with a XX attribute.
I would like to move (on points A) the points of a layer B with the same XX attribute as A. There is no notion of distances (from a few cm to several kilometers) and I can’t find the right solution with QGIS.

move A to B

One Answer

Create a copy of A as C.

Use refator fields on C to delete all columns except the ID. Perform a join by attribute with C and B and bring all the information.

The new layer C will have the geometries of A and the information of B.

Answered by Herbert Santos on January 3, 2022

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