Re: [gnome-db] libgda cursor support

On 9/25/07, Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-09-19 at 14:10 +0200, Vivien Malerba wrote:
> > This means that the total number of rows of the returned data model is
> > not yet known, you need to iterate over it to reach the end, at which
> > time the total number of rows will be known and
> > gda_data_model_get_n_rows() will return something >= 0.
> That doesn't seem to be working. Am I missing something in the attached
> test code? It gives me this output:
> murrayc murrayc-desktop:~$ ./a.out
> row=0
>   value=NULL
> row=1
>   value=NULL
> row=2
>   value=NULL
> row=3
>   value=NULL
> gda_data_model_get_n_rows()=-1 after iterating.

You can't use gda_data_model_get_value_at () when you are using a
cursor, that API call is for random access (I should make that clear
in the doc), here is my small correction:

GdaDataModelIter *iter = gda_data_model_create_iter(model);

/* fetch the GdaParameter in iter for the first column */

		const int row = gda_data_model_iter_get_row(iter);
		printf("row=%d\n", row);
		/*const GValue *value = gda_data_model_get_value_at(model, 0, row);*/
		const GValue *value = gda_parameter_get_value (param);
		gchar *text = gda_value_stringify(value);
		printf ("  value=%s\n", text);

About the number of rows, I was wrong, and this needs to be corrected;
in the meanwhile, you can just use gda_data_model_iter_get_row(iter)
and the last call will give you the number of rows (add 1 because row
numbers start at 0).


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