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Wednesday, August 23rd 2017, 10:15pm

QTableView connected with QSqlTableModel flickers (scrolls to the bottom and returns)

Hello everyone I have a problem using table view. I have a tableview connected with a QSqlTableModel. On its 2nd column I want to have check state to control the row's Status (active/inactive) but when I try to push the check box QTableView scrolls to the bottom and returns to it's previous position. Is there any solution?

Source code

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    bool ProjectsModel::setData(const QModelIndex &index, const QVariant &value, int role)
    {
        if(index.column() == STATUS_INDEX) {
            QSqlRecord rec = this->record(index.row());
            QString qrstr;
     
            qrstr = (rec.field(index.column()).value().toInt() == 1) ? "update " + tableName() + " set Status=0 where BRACE_ID=" : "update " + tableName() + " set Status=1 where BRACE_ID=";
            qrstr += QString().setNum(index.row()+1);
     
            braceDatabase->exec(qrstr.toUtf8().constData());
            return true;
        }
     
        return false;
    }
     
    void DataBase::updateTablesSlot()
    {
        if(projectsModel)
            projectsModel->select();
        if(attributesModel)
            attributesModel->select();
        if(targetsModel)
            targetsModel->select();
    }
     
    void DataBase::exec(const std::string &querystr)
    {
    		QSqlQuery qr(db);
            qr.exec(querystr.c_str());
            //qDebug() <<"Command :" << querystr.c_str() << "-> "<< query->lastError().text();
            updateTables(); 
    }