A quick view form can be added to another form as a quick view control. It provides a template to view information about a related table row within a form for another table row. This means your app users do not need to navigate to a different row to see the information needed to do their work.
A model may be a single QVariantList, which provides the contents of the list via the modelData role. The API works just like with QStringList , as shown in the previous section. Note: There is no way for the view to know that the contents of a QVariantList have changed.
A quick view control on a model-driven app form displays data from a row that is selected in a lookup on the form. The data displayed in the control is defined using a quick view form. The data displayed is not editable, but when the primary column is included in the quick view form, it becomes a link to open the related row.
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Model - contains the data and its structure. There are several QML types for creating models. View - a container that displays the data. The view might display the data in a list or a grid. Delegate - dictates how the data should appear in the view. The delegate takes each data in the model and encapsulates it. The data is accessible through the delegate.
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Hello, I have model driven app with four Many-to-One related tables/entities: A > B > C > D I would like to have an entry in entity A where
On the Maxtor site, both the QuickView and Diamondmax 10 300G drives have the same model number, 6L300R0. I ordered this drive from a vendor who also said it was a QV drive. I got it yesterday and there is no distinction on it being QV. I've seen pictures online of other QV drives and they all have "QuickView" written on the drive in a large font.