Class: QgsAbstractDataSourceWidget

class qgis.gui.QgsAbstractDataSourceWidget

Bases: PyQt5.QtWidgets.QDialog

Abstract base Data Source Widget to create connections and add layers This class provides common functionality and the interface for all source select dialogs used by data providers to configure data sources and add layers.

The implementation is generic enough to handle other layer search and selection widgets.

New in version 3.0.

QgsAbstractDataSourceWidget(parent: QWidget = None, fl: Union[Qt.WindowFlags, Qt.WindowType] = QgsGuiUtils.ModalDialogFlags, widgetMode: QgsProviderRegistry.WidgetMode = QgsProviderRegistry.WidgetMode.None) Constructor

Methods

actionEvent

addButton

Returns the add Button

addButtonClicked

Triggered when the add button is clicked, the add layer signal is emitted Concrete classes should implement the right behavior depending on the layer being added.

browserModel

Returns the associated browser model (may be None).

changeEvent

childEvent

closeEvent

configureFromUri

Configure the widget from a layer uri by selecting the layer path or connection options.

connectNotify

contextMenuEvent

create

customEvent

destroy

disconnectNotify

dragEnterEvent

dragLeaveEvent

dragMoveEvent

dropEvent

enterEvent

event

eventFilter

focusInEvent

focusNextChild

focusNextPrevChild

focusOutEvent

focusPreviousChild

hideEvent

initPainter

inputMethodEvent

isSignalConnected

keyPressEvent

keyReleaseEvent

leaveEvent

mapCanvas

Returns the dialog map canvas

metric

mouseDoubleClickEvent

mouseMoveEvent

mousePressEvent

mouseReleaseEvent

moveEvent

nativeEvent

paintEvent

receivers

refresh

Triggered when the provider's connections need to be refreshed The default implementation does nothing

reset

Called when this source select widget is being shown in a "new and clean" dialog.

resizeEvent

sender

senderSignalIndex

setBrowserModel

Sets a browser model to use with the widget.

setMapCanvas

Sets the dialog map canvas

setupButtons

Connect the ok and apply/add buttons to the slots

sharedPainter

showEvent

tabletEvent

timerEvent

updateMicroFocus

wheelEvent

widgetMode

Returns the widget mode

Signals

addDatabaseLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addMeshLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addPointCloudLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addRasterLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addRasterLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorTileLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

connectionsChanged

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

enableButtons

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

progress

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

progressMessage

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

pushMessage

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

replaceVectorLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = ..., revision: int = ..., arguments: Sequence = ...) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

actionEvent(self, QActionEvent)
addButton(self) QPushButton

Returns the add Button

Return type:

QPushButton

addButtonClicked(self)

Triggered when the add button is clicked, the add layer signal is emitted Concrete classes should implement the right behavior depending on the layer being added.

addDatabaseLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addMeshLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addPointCloudLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addRasterLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addRasterLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorLayers

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

addVectorTileLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

browserModel(self) QgsBrowserModel

Returns the associated browser model (may be None).

New in version 3.18.

Return type:

QgsBrowserModel

changeEvent(self, QEvent)
childEvent(self, QChildEvent)
closeEvent(self, QCloseEvent)
configureFromUri(self, uri: str) bool

Configure the widget from a layer uri by selecting the layer path or connection options. The base implementation does nothing and returns False: providers with ConfigureSourceSelectFromUri capability must override to implement this functionality.

Return type:

bool

Returns:

True on success.

Note

Not all data providers may be able to configure the widget from the provided uri, in that case this method returns False.

New in version 3.38.

Parameters:

uri (str) –

connectNotify(self, QMetaMethod)
connectionsChanged

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

contextMenuEvent(self, QContextMenuEvent)
create(self, window: PyQt5.sip.voidptr = 0, initializeWindow: bool = True, destroyOldWindow: bool = True)
customEvent(self, QEvent)
destroy(self, destroyWindow: bool = True, destroySubWindows: bool = True)
disconnectNotify(self, QMetaMethod)
dragEnterEvent(self, QDragEnterEvent)
dragLeaveEvent(self, QDragLeaveEvent)
dragMoveEvent(self, QDragMoveEvent)
dropEvent(self, QDropEvent)
enableButtons

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

enterEvent(self, QEvent)
event(self, QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, QObject, QEvent) bool
focusInEvent(self, QFocusEvent)
focusNextChild(self) bool
focusNextPrevChild(self, bool) bool
focusOutEvent(self, QFocusEvent)
focusPreviousChild(self) bool
hideEvent(self, QHideEvent)
initPainter(self, QPainter)
inputMethodEvent(self, QInputMethodEvent)
isSignalConnected(self, QMetaMethod) bool
keyPressEvent(self, QKeyEvent)
keyReleaseEvent(self, QKeyEvent)
leaveEvent(self, QEvent)
mapCanvas(self) QgsMapCanvas

Returns the dialog map canvas

See also

setMapCanvas()

Return type:

QgsMapCanvas

metric(self, QPaintDevice.PaintDeviceMetric) int
mouseDoubleClickEvent(self, QMouseEvent)
mouseMoveEvent(self, QMouseEvent)
mousePressEvent(self, QMouseEvent)
mouseReleaseEvent(self, QMouseEvent)
moveEvent(self, QMoveEvent)
nativeEvent(self, Union[QByteArray, bytes, bytearray], PyQt5.sip.voidptr) Tuple[bool, int]
paintEvent(self, QPaintEvent)
progress

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

progressMessage

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

pushMessage

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

receivers(self, PYQT_SIGNAL) int
refresh(self)

Triggered when the provider’s connections need to be refreshed The default implementation does nothing

replaceVectorLayer

pyqtSignal(*types, name: str = …, revision: int = …, arguments: Sequence = …) -> PYQT_SIGNAL

types is normally a sequence of individual types. Each type is either a type object or a string that is the name of a C++ type. Alternatively each type could itself be a sequence of types each describing a different overloaded signal. name is the optional C++ name of the signal. If it is not specified then the name of the class attribute that is bound to the signal is used. revision is the optional revision of the signal that is exported to QML. If it is not specified then 0 is used. arguments is the optional sequence of the names of the signal’s arguments.

Parameters:
  • name (str = ...) –

  • revision (int = ...) –

  • arguments (Sequence = ...) –

Return type:

PYQT_SIGNAL

reset(self)

Called when this source select widget is being shown in a “new and clean” dialog.

The data source manager recycles existing source select widgets but will call this method on every reopening. This should clear any selection that has previously been done.

New in version 3.10.

resizeEvent(self, QResizeEvent)
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setBrowserModel(self, model: QgsBrowserModel)

Sets a browser model to use with the widget.

See also

browserModel()

New in version 3.18.

Parameters:

model (QgsBrowserModel) –

setMapCanvas(self, mapCanvas: QgsMapCanvas)

Sets the dialog map canvas

See also

mapCanvas()

Parameters:

mapCanvas (QgsMapCanvas) –

setupButtons(self, buttonBox: QDialogButtonBox)

Connect the ok and apply/add buttons to the slots

Parameters:

buttonBox (QDialogButtonBox) –

sharedPainter(self) QPainter
showEvent(self, QShowEvent)
tabletEvent(self, QTabletEvent)
timerEvent(self, QTimerEvent)
updateMicroFocus(self)
wheelEvent(self, QWheelEvent)
widgetMode(self) QgsProviderRegistry.WidgetMode

Returns the widget mode

Return type:

QgsProviderRegistry.WidgetMode