QSqlRelation Class

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

Header: #include <QSqlRelation>
CMake: find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Sql)
target_link_libraries(mytarget PRIVATE Qt6::Sql)
qmake: QT += sql

Public Functions

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

Detailed Description

QSqlRelation is a helper class for QSqlRelationalTableModel. See QSqlRelationalTableModel::setRelation() and QSqlRelationalTableModel::relation() for details.

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

Member Function Documentation


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.

[noexcept] bool QSqlRelation::isValid() const

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

[noexcept] void QSqlRelation::swap(QSqlRelation &other)

Swaps this with other.

QString QSqlRelation::tableName() const

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

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