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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎08-06-2014
My Device: Z10
My Carrier: Developer

How creating the attachedObjects property in a class in C++

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Sorry, but my english is bad but let's going.

I'm trying to creating a class in C++ for communication with a web page.
I created a class but I don't understand how create this property attachedObjects in c++.

I need this property because I intend attach other class's post


Here's my code


 * Http.h
 *  Created on: 05/08/2014
 *      Author: Jhonny

#ifndef HTTP_H_
#define HTTP_H_

#include <QtCore/QObject>
#include <Header/Post.hpp>
namespace WebService
    class Http: public QObject
        Q_PROPERTY( QString url READ url WRITE setUrl NOTIFY urlChanged )
        Q_PROPERTY( QString user READ user WRITE setUser NOTIFY userChanged )
        Q_PROPERTY( QString pass READ pass WRITE setPass NOTIFY passChanged )
        Q_PROPERTY( bool succeeded READ succeeded NOTIFY succeededChanged )
        Q_PROPERTY( QString description READ description WRITE setDescription)
        Q_PROPERTY( Post *post READ post )

        Http(QObject* parent = 0);

        void setUrl(const QString& value);
        QString url() const;

        void setUser(const QString& value);
        QString user() const;

        void setPass(const QString& value);
        QString pass() const;

        bool succeeded() const;

        void setDescription(const QString& value);
        QString description() const;

        Post* post();

        void urlChanged();
        void userChanged();
        void passChanged();
        void succeededChanged();
        void Created();

        QString m_url;
        QString m_user;
        QString m_pass;
        bool m_succeded;
        QString m_description;
        Post m_post;
#endif /* HTTP_H_ */





 * Http.cpp
 *  Created on: 05/08/2014
 *      Author: Jhonny

#include <Header/Http.hpp>
namespace WebService
    Http::Http(QObject* parent) :
            QObject(parent),m_post(parent), m_succeded(false)
        emit Created();

    void Http::setUrl(const QString& value)
        m_url = value;

    QString Http::url() const
        return m_url;

    void Http::setUser(const QString& value)
        m_user = value;

    QString Http::user() const
        return m_user;

    void Http::setPass(const QString& value)
        m_pass = value;

    QString Http::pass() const
        return m_pass;

    bool Http::succeeded() const
        return m_succeded;

    void Http::setDescription(const QString& value)
        m_description = value;

    QString Http::description() const
        return m_description;

    Post* Http::post()
        return &m_post;