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Posts: 230
Registered: ‎01-12-2013
My Device: z30
My Carrier: Mobile Vikings

GroupDataModel order on property of property

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Hey Developers

 

I have a GroupDataModel and want to order on a specific property. The GroupDataModel is filled with objects A. A has an other object called B. And B has a QTime on which I want to order. So normally, if QTime was a property of A, I could do something like

 

new GroupDataModel(QStringList() << "time");

 But now I want to do something like

 

new GroupDataModel(QStringList() << "b.time");

 Is that even possible? I tried to implement the operators < and > in b so that maybe he could order it when I said QStringList() << "b" but that also did not help.

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

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My Device: Alpha 10, Bold 9900, Storm 9530, Tour 9630, Curve 9320, Curve 8900
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Re: GroupDataModel order on property of property

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Ok. I almost get your idea. Your data model is as below right?

 

A {

       B {

              QTime C

           }

}

 

I think that the sortingKeys can only support for QStringList (http://developer.blackberry.com/cascades/reference/bb__cascades__groupdatamodel.html). You can add a new string variable which equals to the value of the sort key into your collection of ListItemData and use that new variable as the sortingkeys




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Posts: 230
Registered: ‎01-12-2013
My Device: z30
My Carrier: Mobile Vikings

Re: GroupDataModel order on property of property

Oké, I will have a try on that one! I'll keep this one updated if I can find a better solution.

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