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    Default SQL changed values stored?

    Quick Question: When editing a sql database does the changed values get stored somewhere upon submission eg. the cached example, if so? where?


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    Default Re: SQL changed values stored?

    It depends how you use the database. In general you have to issue a query to change the database. If you're using a data model then all you need to do is to submit() the model, provided it is writable (i.e. it's not QSqlQueryModel).
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