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authorSamuel Gaist <>2019-11-17 00:11:21 +0100
committerSamuel Gaist <>2019-11-18 23:52:36 +0100
commit6a7a4aac0a94650247d8578475a8725009d7d569 (patch)
tree2d46b00d476cd1cc65ac62d23e2bb5cc0b3643a5 /src/sql
parentd17094df60d7d05bb583d26fb8d1de1a7a4fb072 (diff)
Doc: add warning for binding values in QSqlQuery
Not all SQL operations support binding values like the PRAGMA instruction of SQLite. This patch adds a warning for the developer to make it clearer that binding values cannot be used for everything. Task-number: QTBUG-80082 Change-Id: Ie1d33815d74a0759a3593df9410b8bad448f6fe9 Reviewed-by: Sze Howe Koh <>
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diff --git a/src/sql/kernel/qsqlquery.cpp b/src/sql/kernel/qsqlquery.cpp
index e7c444f5b9..34a3ba3755 100644
--- a/src/sql/kernel/qsqlquery.cpp
+++ b/src/sql/kernel/qsqlquery.cpp
@@ -182,6 +182,9 @@ QSqlQueryPrivate::~QSqlQueryPrivate()
You can retrieve the values of all the fields in a single variable
(a map) using boundValues().
+ \note Not all SQL operations support binding values. Refer to your database
+ system's documentation to check their availability.
\section1 Approaches to Binding Values
Below we present the same example using each of the four