Hi guys!

I'm writing my first small application*. For this I'm using Sqlite as database, Glade as GUI builder and Python as coding.
The application is pretty simple: it's a notebook to store names, surnames, adresses, etc.. I've been able to create a first window to store data in Sqlite and a dialog that comes out if some cell are empty (if you forget to put the name).

Now, I want to display in a treeview or listbox what I have in Sqlite and I have to say I can't find any good documentation for this out there. So, can someone help me??

*Which is a first step into a project I have in mind to store pdf, odf and all type of University/office files.

import sqlite3
import sys
import gobject
try:
   import pygtk
     pygtk.require("2.0")
except:
     pass
try:
   import gtk
     import gtk.glade
except:
   sys.exit(1)
   
connection = sqlite3.connect('rubrypyth.sqlite')
cursor = connection.cursor()




class guyRP:

   def __init__(self):
      #Set the Glade file
      self.gladefile = "Rubrypyth3.glade"  
           self.wTree = gtk.glade.XML(self.gladefile,"window1") 
           
           self.enNam = self.wTree.get_widget("enNam")
           self.enSur = self.wTree.get_widget("enSur")
           self.enPho = self.wTree.get_widget("enPho")
           self.enCel = self.wTree.get_widget("enCel")
           self.enEma = self.wTree.get_widget("enEma")
           self.enAdd = self.wTree.get_widget("enAdd")
           
           self.treeview=self.wTree.get_widget("treeview1")
           self.treemodel=gtk.TreeStore(gobject.TYPE_STRING,gobject.TYPE_STRING)
           self.treeview.set_model(self.treemodel)
           
          
        #Create our dictionay and connect it
      dic = { "on_Ok_clicked" : self.btnOk_clicked,
         "on_MainWindow_destroy" : gtk.main_quit }
      self.wTree.signal_autoconnect(dic)
   
   def insert_row(model,parent,firstcolumn,secondcolumn):
         myiter=model.insert_after(parent,None)
         model.set_value(myiter,0,firstcolumn)
         model.set_value(myiter,1,secondcolumn)
         return myiter
     
   def btnOk_clicked(self, widget): 
      global getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd
      getNam = self.enNam.get_text()
      getSur=self.enSur.get_text()
      getPho=self.enPho.get_text()
      getCel=self.enCel.get_text()
      getEma=self.enEma.get_text()
      getAdd=self.enAdd.get_text()
      btnYes_clicked=0
      db().EmptyCell(getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd,btnYes_clicked)
   
class db(): 

def EmptyCell(self,getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd,btnYes_clicked):
      if btnYes_clicked == 1:
        self.insert_sqlite(getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd)
      elif getNam=="":
           self.DialogBoxEmpty()
           return getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd
           
def EmptyCell2(self,btnYes_clicked):
    self.insert_sqlite(getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd)
      
def insert_sqlite(self,getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd):
   connection = sqlite3.connect('rubrypyth.sqlite')
   cursor = connection.cursor()
   sql = "INSERT INTO Rubric (Name,Surname,Phone,Cell,Email,Address) VALUES ('%s','%s','%s','%s','%s','%s')" % (getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd)
   cursor.execute(sql)
   data = cursor.fetchall()
   print data
   connection.commit()
   connection.close 
           
def DialogBoxEmpty(self):
     windows().dialog1(self)
     
class windows():
   
   def dialog1(self,widget):
      self.gladefile = "Rubrypyth3.glade"
      self.wTree = gtk.glade.XML(self.gladefile, "dialog1")
      self.dialog1 = self.wTree.get_widget("dialog1")
          #Create our dictionay and connect it
      dic = { "on_No_clicked" : gtk.main_quit,
      "on_Yes_clicked" : self.btnYes_clicked,
      "on_MainWindow_destroy" : gtk.main_quit }
      self.wTree.signal_autoconnect(dic)


       
   def btnYes_clicked(self,widget):
      btnYes_clicked=1
       
      self.dialog1.destroy()
      db().EmptyCell(getNam,getSur,getPho,getCel,getEma,getAdd,btnYes_clicked)
      return btnYes_clicked
      
      


  
if __name__ == "__main__":
   hwg = guyRP()
   gtk.main()

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