[Solved] Different headers in QTableViews using same model
I have two QTableViews which use the same model (a subclass of QAbstractItemModel). These tables display data in two different ways and I would like them to display two different strings in their horizontal headers. I already override the QAbstractItemModel::headerData method and return a string for the Qt::DisplayRole, but I can´t distinguish which table is requesting it, so until now I always return the same string, which is not optimal.
I guess a solution might be creating two new roles (something like MyRoles::DisplayRoleForTable1 and MyRoles::DisplayRoleForTable2) and make each table use one of those instead of Qt::DisplayRole, but I am not sure how to achieve this.
I would be grateful for any help.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
You could use a "QIdentityProxyModel":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qidentityproxymodel.html between your views (one per view) and your model to return the string you want.
Hope it helps
Nice and clean solution, thanks a lot!
You're welcome !
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