|GNOME Data Access manual|
As we have said before, data is obtained as data models. We can consider it as a representation of the table.
As you can see in the example, the access is made with the C style using a for to obtain data from rows and columns.
Theoretically, you could modify data models and dump changes over the database, but it is not recommended because you might make changes using SQL, so we consider data models not to be modifiable.
There is not exist a function to access columns directly using the column name, but you can obtain its index using gda_data_model_get_column_position (), as you can see in this example:
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