The QSqlRecordInfo class encapsulates a set of database field meta data.
This class is a QValueList that holds a set of database field meta data. Use contains() to see if a given field name exists in the record,
and use find() to get a QSqlFieldInfo record for a named field.
See also QValueList, QSqlFieldInfo, and Database Classes.
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Constructs an empty record info object
QSqlRecordInfo::QSqlRecordInfo ( const QSqlFieldInfoList & other )
Constructs a copy of other.
QSqlRecordInfo::QSqlRecordInfo ( const QSqlRecord & other )
Constructs a QSqlRecordInfo object based on the fields in the QSqlRecord other.
size_type QSqlRecordInfo::contains ( const QString & fieldName ) const
Returns the number of times a field called fieldName occurs in the record. Returns 0 if no field by that name could be found.
QSqlFieldInfo QSqlRecordInfo::find ( const QString & fieldName ) const
Returns a QSqlFieldInfo object for the first field in the record which has the field name fieldName. If no matching field is found then an
empty QSqlFieldInfo object is returned.
QSqlRecord QSqlRecordInfo::toRecord () const
Returns an empty QSqlRecord based on the field information in this QSqlRecordInfo.
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