QSqlRelation

The QSqlRelation class stores information about an SQL foreign key. More...

 #include <QSqlRelation>

Public Functions

QSqlRelation ()
QSqlRelation ( const QString & tableName, const QString & indexColumn, const QString & displayColumn )
QString displayColumn () const
QString indexColumn () const
bool isValid () const
QString tableName () const

See also QSqlRelationalTableModel, QSqlRelationalDelegate, and Relational Table Model Example.

Member Function Documentation

QSqlRelation::QSqlRelation ()

Constructs an invalid QSqlRelation object.

For such an object, the tableName(), indexColumn(), and displayColumn() functions return an empty string.

See also isValid().

QSqlRelation::QSqlRelation ( const QString & tableName, const QString & indexColumn, const QString & displayColumn )

Constructs a QSqlRelation object, where tableName is the SQL table name to which a foreign key refers, indexColumn is the foreign key, and displayColumn is the field that should be presented to the user.

See also tableName(), indexColumn(), and displayColumn().

QString QSqlRelation::displayColumn () const

Returns the column from table tableName() that should be presented to the user instead of a foreign key.

QString QSqlRelation::indexColumn () const

Returns the index column from table tableName() to which a foreign key refers.

bool QSqlRelation::isValid () const

Returns true if the QSqlRelation object is valid; otherwise returns false.

QString QSqlRelation::tableName () const

Returns the name of the table to which a foreign key refers.

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