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QSql(3qt)																 QSql(3qt)

QSql - Namespace for Qt SQL identifiers that need to be global-like
#include <qsql.h> Public Members QSql () enum Op { None = -1, Insert = 0, Update = 1, Delete = 2 } enum Location { BeforeFirst = -1, AfterLast = -2 } enum Confirm { Cancel = -1, No = 0, Yes = 1 } enum ParameterType { In = 1, Out = 2, InOut = 3 } enum TableType { Tables = 0x01, SystemTables = 0x02, Views = 0x04, AllTables = 0xff }
The QSql class is a namespace for Qt SQL identifiers that need to be global-like. Normally, you can ignore this class. Several Qt SQL classes inherit it, so all the identifiers in the Qt SQL namespace are visible without qualification. See also Database Classes. Member Type Documentation QSql::Confirm This enum type describes edit confirmations. QSql::Yes QSql::No QSql::Cancel QSql::Location This enum type describes SQL navigation locations. QSql::BeforeFirst QSql::AfterLast QSql::Op This enum type describes edit operations. QSql::None QSql::Insert QSql::Update QSql::Delete QSql::ParameterType This enum is used to set the type of a bind parameter QSql::In - the bind parameter is used to put data into the database QSql::Out - the bind parameter is used to receive data from the database QSql::InOut - the bind parameter is used to put data into the database; it will be overwritten with output data on executing a query. QSql::TableType This enum type describes types of tables QSql::Tables - All the tables visible to the user QSql::SystemTables - Internal tables used by the DBMS QSql::Views - All the views visible to the user QSql::AllTables - All of the above
QSql::QSql () Constructs a Qt SQL namespace class
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