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    Default Importing a local storage csv into sqlite database table?

    In my project I have created an sqlite database along with 3 tables...what I would like to do it take three csv files that are being downloaded, using the Qt Network Download example, and insert them into their appropriate tables so that I can work with the data (query, etc) in other qml pages within the app.

    I have seen some examples about parsing the files and inserting values but at the moment I have not been able to successfully insert the data from the csv files to the tables.

    If I include the code below to see if the file can be found, I do receive the "File is Open" response so that is a step in the right direction.

    Qt Code:
    1. QFile file("filename.csv");
    2. if(!{
    3. qDebug() << "File not open" << file.error();
    4. } else {
    5. qDebug() << "File is open";
    6. }
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    Should this process be included in the Network Download code, which I have in a separate .cpp file or can it go right into the main.cpp file? Also - can someone point me in the direction of some good examples of this or provide some insight on how I might accomplish this?
    Last edited by luckachi; 14th September 2020 at 20:30.

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