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QSqlError(3qt)									   QSqlError(3qt)

       QSqlError - SQL database error information

       #include <qsqlerror.h>

   Public Members
       enum Type { None, Connection, Statement, Transaction, Unknown }
       QSqlError ( const QString & driverText = QString::null, const QString & databaseText =
	   QString::null, int type = QSqlError::None, int number = -1 )
       QSqlError ( const QSqlError & other )
       QSqlError & operator= ( const QSqlError & other )
       virtual ~QSqlError ()
       QString driverText () const
       virtual void setDriverText ( const QString & driverText )
       QString databaseText () const
       virtual void setDatabaseText ( const QString & databaseText )
       int type () const
       virtual void setType ( int type )
       int number () const
       virtual void setNumber ( int number )
       QString text () const
       void showMessage ( const QString & msg = QString::null ) const  (obsolete)

       The QSqlError class provides SQL database error information.

       This class is used to report database-specific errors. An error description and (if
       appropriate) a database-specific error number can be obtained using this class.

       See also Database Classes.

   Member Type Documentation
       This enum type describes the type of SQL error that occurred.

       QSqlError::None - no error occurred

       QSqlError::Connection - connection error

       QSqlError::Statement - SQL statement syntax error

       QSqlError::Transaction - transaction failed error

       QSqlError::Unknown - unknown error

QSqlError::QSqlError ( const QString & driverText = QString::null, const QString & databaseText =
       QString::null, int type = QSqlError::None, int number = -1 )
       Constructs an error containing the driver error text driverText, the database-specific
       error text databaseText, the type type and the optional error number number.

QSqlError::QSqlError ( const QSqlError & other )
       Creates a copy of other.

QSqlError::~QSqlError () [virtual]
       Destroys the object and frees any allocated resources.

QString QSqlError::databaseText () const
       Returns the text of the error as reported by the database. This may contain database-
       specific descriptions.

QString QSqlError::driverText () const
       Returns the text of the error as reported by the driver. This may contain database-
       specific descriptions.

int QSqlError::number () const
       Returns the database-specific error number, or -1 if it cannot be determined.

QSqlError &; QSqlError::operator= ( const QSqlError & other )
       Sets the error equal to other.

void QSqlError::setDatabaseText ( const QString & databaseText ) [virtual]
       Sets the database error text to the value of databaseText.

void QSqlError::setDriverText ( const QString & driverText ) [virtual]
       Sets the driver error text to the value of driverText.

void QSqlError::setNumber ( int number ) [virtual]
       Sets the database-specific error number to number.

void QSqlError::setType ( int type ) [virtual]
       Sets the error type to the value of type.

void QSqlError::showMessage ( const QString & msg = QString::null ) const
       This function is obsolete. It is provided to keep old source working. We strongly advise
       against using it in new code.

       This is a convenience function that pops up a QMessageBox containing the message returned
       by text(). An additional string can be passed in via the msg parameter, which will be
       concatenated with the text() message.

       See also text(), driverText(), and databaseText().

QString QSqlError::text () const
       This is a convenience function that returns databaseText() and driverText() concatenated
       into a single string.

       See also showMessage(), driverText(), and databaseText().

int QSqlError::type () const
       Returns the error type, or -1 if the type cannot be determined.

       See also QSqlError::Type.

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       Please include the name of the manual page (qsqlerror.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			   QSqlError(3qt)
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