Save WFS (~100000 features) as geopackage with QGIS

by hdi   Last Updated October 09, 2019 15:22 PM - source

I am trying to load a WFS (address: into QGIS 3.4 in order to save it as a geopackage. I can connect to the WFS but adding it to my session keeps producing a timeout error message after some of the features have loaded. Other WFS with less features have not caused the same problem. Is there any (possibly quick) way to save a WFS with many features as a geopackage or shapefile?

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