[Interest] Showing Icon and tooltip into QSqlQueryModel index
cia.michele at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 13:55:14 CET 2012
Thanks Thales but, I've no idea how can I do this :(
could you provide me any example for do this?
Thanks a lot!
2012/2/19 Thales Lange <thaleslange at gmail.com>
> Hi Michele.
> I think you will need to inherit QSqlQueryModel and reimplement the method:
> virtual QVariant data(const QModelIndex &item, int role =
> Qt::DisplayRole ) const
> When "item" is your table index and role == Qt::DecorationRole, you can
> return the desirable icon.
> I hope this solution might be useful!
> Best Regards,
> Thales Lange.
> On 19-02-2012 12:16, Michele Ciampichetti wrote:
> > Dear to all,
> > I need to insert an icon into every index of a QSqlQueryModel (so I
> > can retrieve them from DB but mark them with the icon).
> > I need something like QStandardItem (const QIcon &icon, const QString
> > &text) constructor, but I don't know how can I subclass It.
> > I need also to activate the tooltip on some columns.
> > I tried to see something of code of QSqlQueryModel and the structure
> > of model classes but I'm a beginner and i lose myself on it :(
> > Why each model have more classes nested on it? There is a
> > QSqlQueryModelPrivate, QSqlQueryModelItem ecc. How can use it? :(
> > Could you send a small example or more documentation of this?
> > Thanks for your time
> > Michele
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