[Solved] QTableView and QSqlQueryModel: Change number of rows first loaded from model.
I am currently creating a tool to preview data from SQL database tables. I have QTableView that shows the data, and run-time I connect a QSqlQueryModel based on user click in a list of table names. The data is fetched from a SQLite database.
Simplified, this is how i populate the view:
QString query = query = "SELECT * FROM " % ui.lswPreviewTables->currentItem()->text();
QSqlQueryModel currentDataModel->setQuery(query, currentDatabase);
My quyestion is: Is there a way to reduce the number of rows initially loaded? I have read somewhere in the forums that this is 255 or 256 rows. For a click-and-hold function for preview, the loading is a bit too slow when columns exceeds 70.
Thanks in advance.
SGaist Lifetime Qt Champion last edited by
Hi and welcome to devnet,
Depending on your needs, you could simply add a LIMIT to your query
Hope it helps
That was really clever, SGaist. I don't know why that did not cross my mind. I want the user to be able to scroll the QTableView to see more data. Maybe a solution is to remove LIMIT from the model's query as soon as the scrollbar value changes.
Thank you for your help.