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The ContactDetails type holds contact details for a Place. More...

Import Statement: import QtLocation 5.11
Since: QtLocation 5.5


Detailed Description

The ContactDetails type is a map of ContactDetail objects. To access contact details in the map use the keys() method to get the list of keys stored in the map and then use the [] operator to access the ContactDetail items.

The following keys are defined in the API. Plugin implementations are free to define additional keys.

  • phone
  • fax
  • email
  • website

ContactDetails instances are only ever used in the context of Places. It is not possible to create a ContactDetails instance directly or re-assign ContactDetails instances to Places. Modification of ContactDetails can only be accomplished via Javascript.


The following example shows how to access all ContactDetails and print them to the console:

import QtPositioning 5.5
import QtLocation 5.6

function printContactDetails(contactDetails) {
    var keys = contactDetails.keys();
    for (var i = 0; i < keys.length; ++i) {
        var contactList = contactDetails[keys[i]];
        for (var j = 0; j < contactList.length; ++j) {
            console.log(contactList[j].label + ": " + contactList[j].value);

The returned list of contact details is an object list and so can be used directly as a data model. For example, the following demonstrates how to display a list of contact phone numbers in a list view:

import QtQuick 2.0
import QtPositioning 5.5
import QtLocation 5.6

ListView {
    model: place.contactDetails.phone;
    delegate: Text { text: modelData.label + ": " + modelData.value }

The following example demonstrates how to assign a single phone number to a place in JavaScript:

function writeSingle() {
    var phoneNumber = Qt.createQmlObject('import QtLocation 5.3; ContactDetail {}', place);
    phoneNumber.label = "Phone";
    phoneNumber.value = "555-5555"
    place.contactDetails.phone = phoneNumber;

The following demonstrates how to assign multiple phone numbers to a place in JavaScript:

function writeMultiple() {
    var bob = Qt.createQmlObject('import QtLocation 5.3; ContactDetail {}', place);
    bob.label = "Bob";
    bob.value = "555-5555"

    var alice = Qt.createQmlObject('import QtLocation 5.3; ContactDetail {}', place);
    alice.label = "Alice";
    alice.value = "555-8745"

    var numbers = new Array();

    place.contactDetails.phone = numbers;

Method Documentation

variant keys()

Returns an array of contact detail keys currently stored in the map.

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