QGeoRouteReply Class

The QGeoRouteReply class manages an operation started by an instance of QGeoRoutingManager. More...

Header: #include <QGeoRouteReply>
qmake: QT += location
Since: Qt 5.6
Inherits: QObject

This class was introduced in Qt 5.6.

Public Types

enum Error { NoError, EngineNotSetError, CommunicationError, ParseError, UnsupportedOptionError, UnknownError }

Public Functions

QGeoRouteReply(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString, QObject *parent = nullptr)
virtual ~QGeoRouteReply()
virtual void abort()
QGeoRouteReply::Error error() const
QString errorString() const
bool isFinished() const
QGeoRouteRequest request() const
QList<QGeoRoute> routes() const


void aborted()
void error(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString = QString())
void finished()

Protected Functions

QGeoRouteReply(const QGeoRouteRequest &request, QObject *parent = nullptr)
void addRoutes(const QList<QGeoRoute> &routes)
void setError(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString)
void setFinished(bool finished)
void setRoutes(const QList<QGeoRoute> &routes)

Detailed Description

Instances of QGeoRouteReply manage the state and results of these operations.

The isFinished(), error() and errorString() methods provide information on whether the operation has completed and if it completed successfully.

The finished() and error(QGeoRouteReply::Error,QString) signals can be used to monitor the progress of the operation.

It is possible that a newly created QGeoRouteReply may be in a finished state, most commonly because an error has occurred. Since such an instance will never emit the finished() or error(QGeoRouteReply::Error,QString) signals, it is important to check the result of isFinished() before making the connections to the signals. The documentation for QGeoRoutingManager demonstrates how this might be carried out.

If the operation completes successfully the results will be able to be accessed with routes().

Member Type Documentation

enum QGeoRouteReply::Error

Describes an error which prevented the completion of the operation.

QGeoRouteReply::NoError0No error has occurred.
QGeoRouteReply::EngineNotSetError1The routing manager that was used did not have a QGeoRoutingManagerEngine instance associated with it.
QGeoRouteReply::CommunicationError2An error occurred while communicating with the service provider.
QGeoRouteReply::ParseError3The response from the service provider was in an unrecognizable format.
QGeoRouteReply::UnsupportedOptionError4The requested operation or one of the options for the operation are not supported by the service provider.
QGeoRouteReply::UnknownError5An error occurred which does not fit into any of the other categories.

Member Function Documentation

[protected] QGeoRouteReply::QGeoRouteReply(const QGeoRouteRequest &request, QObject *parent = nullptr)

Constructs a route reply object based on request, with the specified parent.

QGeoRouteReply::QGeoRouteReply(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString, QObject *parent = nullptr)

Constructs a route reply with a given error and errorString and the specified parent.

[signal] void QGeoRouteReply::aborted()

This signal is emitted when the operation has been cancelled.

This function was introduced in Qt 5.9.

See also abort().

[signal] void QGeoRouteReply::error(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString = QString())

This signal is emitted when an error has been detected in the processing of this reply. The finished() signal will probably follow.

The error will be described by the error code error. If errorString is not empty it will contain a textual description of the error.

This signal and QGeoRoutingManager::error() will be emitted at the same time.

Note: Do not delete this reply object in the slot connected to this signal. Use deleteLater() instead.

Note: Signal error is overloaded in this class. To connect to this signal by using the function pointer syntax, Qt provides a convenient helper for obtaining the function pointer as shown in this example:

connect(geoRouteReply, QOverload<QGeoRouteReply::Error, const QString &>::of(&QGeoRouteReply::error),
    [=](QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString){ /* ... */ });

[signal] void QGeoRouteReply::finished()

This signal is emitted when this reply has finished processing.

If error() equals QGeoRouteReply::NoError then the processing finished successfully.

This signal and QGeoRoutingManager::finished() will be emitted at the same time.

Note: Do not delete this reply object in the slot connected to this signal. Use deleteLater() instead.

See also setFinished().

[virtual] QGeoRouteReply::~QGeoRouteReply()

Destroys this route reply object.

[virtual] void QGeoRouteReply::abort()

Cancels the operation immediately.

This will do nothing if the reply is finished.

[protected] void QGeoRouteReply::addRoutes(const QList<QGeoRoute> &routes)

Appends the list of routes to the existing list.

QGeoRouteReply::Error QGeoRouteReply::error() const

Returns the error state of this reply.

If the result is QGeoRouteReply::NoError then no error has occurred.

See also setError().

QString QGeoRouteReply::errorString() const

Returns the textual representation of the error state of this reply.

If no error has occurred this will return an empty string. It is possible that an error occurred which has no associated textual representation, in which case this will also return an empty string.

To determine whether an error has occurred, check to see if QGeoRouteReply::error() is equal to QGeoRouteReply::NoError.

bool QGeoRouteReply::isFinished() const

Return true if the operation completed successfully or encountered an error which cause the operation to come to a halt.

QGeoRouteRequest QGeoRouteReply::request() const

Returns the route request which specified the route.

QList<QGeoRoute> QGeoRouteReply::routes() const

Returns the list of routes which were requested.

See also setRoutes().

[protected] void QGeoRouteReply::setError(QGeoRouteReply::Error error, const QString &errorString)

Sets the error state of this reply to error and the textual representation of the error to errorString.

This will also cause error() and finished() signals to be emitted, in that order.

See also error().

[protected] void QGeoRouteReply::setFinished(bool finished)

Sets whether or not this reply has finished to finished.

If finished is true, this will cause the finished() signal to be emitted.

If the operation completed successfully, QGeoRouteReply::setRoutes() should be called before this function. If an error occurred, QGeoRouteReply::setError() should be used instead.

See also finished().

[protected] void QGeoRouteReply::setRoutes(const QList<QGeoRoute> &routes)

Sets the list of routes in the reply to routes.

See also routes().

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