Qt provides extensive database interoperability, with support for products from both open source and proprietary vendors.
SQL support is integrated with Qt's model/view architecture, making it easier to provide GUI integration for your database applications.
Shows how to use Qt SQL classes with a model/view framework
Cached Table example shows how a table view can be used to access a database, caching any changes to the data until the user explicitly submits them using a push button
Drill Down example shows how to read data from a database as well as submit changes, using the QSqlRelationalTableModel and QDataWidgetMapper classes
Master Detail Example shows how to present data from different data sources in the same application. The album titles, and the corresponding artists and release dates, are kept in a database, while each album's tracks are stored in an XML file
Query Model example shows how to make customized versions of data obtained from a SQL query, using a model that encapsulates the query and table views to display the results
Relational Table Model example shows how to use table views with a relational model to visualize the relations between items in a database
SQL Browser example shows how a data browser can be used to visualize the results of SQL statements on a live database
SQL Widget Mapper example shows how to use a map information from a database to widgets on a form
Table Model example shows how to use a specialized SQL table model with table views to edit information in a database
Examples marked with an asterisk (*) are fully documented.
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