Not having much luck with this, I managed to get the
qgsRelationReferenceWidget to show me a list of addresses but I cannot get
it to write the wo_id and unique_id to my table.
On a different note, is there an ability to create a "save"? the "ok"
button closes the form completely. I just want to "save" my work order to
write its values to the wo_table and continue editing.
Tyler

On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 9:35 AM, Tyler Veinot <tylerkvei...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Matthias;
> Ooop's I forgot to add that I was building the form in Qt Designer and not
> from within QGIS, although with this information is really good and is
> showing me things I didn't quite understand before. I am a very visual
> person I find it hard to understand things without seeing it in a diagram
> or some other example. Took me forever to figure out dog gears and
> differential gears until I tore apart my first bicycle and rear end; as
> soon as I seen it I got it.
> This is my relationship defined in QGIS thus far....
>
> When I add an address to the work order I need to write the wo_id of my
> work order and my unique_id of my address to my jtbl_cwo table. So when I,
> or someone, opens a work order it will show them a list of address
> associated to that one work order. Also need to do the same thing with
> primary assets, so the form will look something like this in QGIS;
>
> ‚ÄčOf course the unique_id will be referencing a value from the civic_points
> "address" but that is that I am trying to accomplish. I did it in
> LibreOffice and Access but I would like to consolidate it all into one
> database with one interface, i.e. QGIS. That way I can edit features, add
> assets, and do most of my daily tasks in one application.
> Is there an example of this being done in QGIS anywhere?
> Tyler
>
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 8:37 AM, Tyler Veinot <tylerkvei...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Matthias;
>> Thanks, I don't know what I would do without you! Coding isn't normally
>> an issue but that tutorial didn't quite explain where to put the coding.
>> When I opened the UI file in IDLE it looked like XML, and there were no
>> other files associated with the form. I also opened the "see code" option
>> and it was the same looked like XML; it might have been C++ but I have no
>> training or experience with C++ so I wouldn't know if it looked similar to
>> XML from the "untrained eye" point of view.
>> Going to be doing some testing on the versioning bit here this week, hope
>> to have something a little more concrete to say about it soon.
>> Tyler
>>
>> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 2:58 AM, Matthias Kuhn <matth...@opengis.ch>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Tyler,
>>>
>>> Here is the blog post I wrote for this feature:
>>>
>>> http://blog.vitu.ch/10112013-1201/qgis-relations
>>> Just configuration, no coding, I hope that helps.
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>> Matthias
>>>
>>>
>>> On 12/09/16 22:56, Tyler Veinot wrote:
>>>
>>> All;
>>> Trying to make a form for QGIS that has a form within a form so that I
>>> can link and display entries from another table similar to this tuorial;
>>> https://medspx.fr/blog/Qgis/better_qgis_forms_part_three/
>>> I think I need to use qgsValueRelationRefernceWidget but I cannot find
>>> any tutorials on it.
>>> Thanks;
>>> Tyler
>>>
>>>
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