Difference between "ID" in sqlite3 table with Treeview box in tkinter

after I deleted some rows from sqlite3 table manually, the data is being shown in Treeview box has different IDs with above table. Why?

Yours sincerely

You hid your tkinter code, but you are not putting the sqlite id into the treeview. Treeviews internally number rows from 1 up, and I believe there is an option to show that or not. Searching the web for ‘tkinter treeview’ images shows some with and some without.

This is my code, could you help me to solve the problem?

from tkinter import *
import tkinter.ttk as ttk
import sqlite3

db_conn = sqlite3.connect("task.db")
c = db_conn.cursor()
# c.execute("""CREATE TABLE task_user(
#             task text,
#             date text
# )""")

# db_conn.close()

def add_task():
    db_conn = sqlite3.connect("task.db")
    c = db_conn.cursor()
    c.execute("INSERT INTO task_user VALUES (:task_entry,:date_entry)",
                  "task_entry": task_entry.get(),
                  "date_entry": date_entry.get(),
    task_entry.delete(0, END)
    date_entry.delete(0, END)

# def delete_record():
#     db_conn = sqlite3.connect("task.db")
#     c = db_conn.cursor()
#     try:
#         c.execute('DELETE FROM task_user WHERE oid='+del_)
#     except:
#     db_conn.commit()
#     db_conn.close()
def query():
    db_conn = sqlite3.connect("task.db")
    c = db_conn.cursor()
    c.execute("SELECT *, oid FROM task_user")
    records = c.fetchall()
    del_label = Label(window, text="Enter ID:", padx=5)
    del_label.grid(row=4, column=0)
    del_entry = Entry(window)
    del_entry.grid(row=4, column=1)
    del_btn = Button(window, text=" Delete Task ", bg="red")
    del_btn.grid(row=5, column=1, padx=5, pady=5)

    table = ttk.Treeview(window)
    table.grid(row=6, column=0, columnspan=2, pady=2, padx=10)
    table["columns"] = ("column 2", "column 3")
    table.column("#0", width=40, minwidth=20)
    table.column("column 2", width=70, minwidth=20)
    table.column("column 3", width=70, minwidth=20)

    table.heading("#0", text="ID", anchor=W)
    table.heading("column 2", text="Task", anchor=W)
    table.heading("column 3", text="Date", anchor=W)
    i = 0
    for record in records:
        row = table.insert("", i, text=record[2], values=(record[0], record[1]))
        i = i + 1

window = Tk()
window.title("To Do List")
task_label1 = Label(window, text="Enter Task :")
task_label1.grid(row=0, column=0, padx=10, pady=10)
task_label2 = Label(window, text="Enter Date :")
task_label2.grid(row=1, column=0)

task_entry = Entry(window)
task_entry.grid(row=0, column=1, columnspan=2)
date_entry = Entry(window)
date_entry.grid(row=1, column=1)
add_btn = Button(window, text="   Add Task   ", command=add_task, bg="green")
add_btn.grid(row=2, column=1, padx=5, pady=5)
show_btn = Button(window, text=" Show Tasks ", command=query)
show_btn.grid(row=3, column=1, padx=5, pady=5)


I don’t understand the problem. You have sequential counts in the first column of the treeview because that is what you insert. I am not familiar with sqlite and cannot say more.

I’m guessing the indices in the UI shown to the right are simply the enumerated indices of the rows returned from a query that I once again guess look something like this:

SELECT task_entry, date_entry FROM task_user;
-- or something like this:

If the above assumptions are correct, you just need to include the ROW ID as part of the SELECT query:

SELECT rowid, task_entry, date_entry FROM task_user;  -- explicitly include row id
-- alternatively:
SELECT rowid, * FROM task_user;

I put rowid in SELECT but the result became like this:

ok thanks a lot