Module: ActiveRecord::Import::MysqlAdapter

Constant Summary collapse

NO_MAX_PACKET =
0
QUERY_OVERHEAD =

This was shown to be true for MySQL, but it's not clear where the overhead is from.

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Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from OnDuplicateKeyUpdateSupport

#supports_on_duplicate_key_update?

Methods included from ImportSupport

#supports_import?

Instance Method Details

#add_column_for_on_duplicate_key_update(column, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Add a column to be updated on duplicate key update


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 73

def add_column_for_on_duplicate_key_update( column, options = {} ) # :nodoc:
  if (columns = options[:on_duplicate_key_update])
    case columns
    when Array then columns << column.to_sym unless columns.include?(column.to_sym)
    when Hash then columns[column.to_sym] = column.to_sym
    end
  end
end

#duplicate_key_update_error?(exception) ⇒ Boolean

Return true if the statement is a duplicate key record error

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 120

def duplicate_key_update_error?(exception) # :nodoc:
  exception.is_a?(ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid) && exception.to_s.include?('Duplicate entry')
end

#increment_locking_column!(results, table_name, locking_column) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 124

def increment_locking_column!(results, table_name, locking_column)
  if locking_column.present?
    results << "#{table_name}.`#{locking_column}`=`#{locking_column}`+1"
  end
end

#insert_many(sql, values, options = {}, *args) ⇒ Object

sql can be a single string or an array. If it is an array all elements that are in position >= 1 will be appended to the final SQL.


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 10

def insert_many( sql, values, options = {}, *args ) # :nodoc:
  # the number of inserts default
  number_of_inserts = 0

  base_sql, post_sql = if sql.is_a?( String )
    [sql, '']
  elsif sql.is_a?( Array )
    [sql.shift, sql.join( ' ' )]
  end

  sql_size = QUERY_OVERHEAD + base_sql.size + post_sql.size

  # the number of bytes the requested insert statement values will take up
  values_in_bytes = values.sum(&:bytesize)

  # the number of bytes (commas) it will take to comma separate our values
  comma_separated_bytes = values.size - 1

  # the total number of bytes required if this statement is one statement
  total_bytes = sql_size + values_in_bytes + comma_separated_bytes

  max = max_allowed_packet

  # if we can insert it all as one statement
  if NO_MAX_PACKET == max || total_bytes <= max || options[:force_single_insert]
    number_of_inserts += 1
    sql2insert = base_sql + values.join( ',' ) + post_sql
    insert( sql2insert, *args )
  else
    value_sets = ::ActiveRecord::Import::ValueSetsBytesParser.parse(values,
      reserved_bytes: sql_size,
      max_bytes: max)

    transaction(requires_new: true) do
      value_sets.each do |value_set|
        number_of_inserts += 1
        sql2insert = base_sql + value_set.join( ',' ) + post_sql
        insert( sql2insert, *args )
      end
    end
  end

  ActiveRecord::Import::Result.new([], number_of_inserts, [], [])
end

#max_allowed_packetObject

Returns the maximum number of bytes that the server will allow in a single packet


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 57

def max_allowed_packet # :nodoc:
  @max_allowed_packet ||= begin
    result = execute( "SHOW VARIABLES like 'max_allowed_packet'" )
    # original Mysql gem responds to #fetch_row while Mysql2 responds to #first
    val = result.respond_to?(:fetch_row) ? result.fetch_row[1] : result.first[1]
    val.to_i
  end
end

#pre_sql_statements(options) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 66

def pre_sql_statements( options)
  sql = []
  sql << "IGNORE" if options[:ignore] || options[:on_duplicate_key_ignore]
  sql + super
end

#sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update(table_name, *args) ⇒ Object

Returns a generated ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE statement given the passed in args.


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 84

def sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update( table_name, *args ) # :nodoc:
  sql = ' ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE '
  arg = args.first
  locking_column = args.last
  if arg.is_a?( Array )
    sql << sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_array( table_name, locking_column, arg )
  elsif arg.is_a?( Hash )
    sql << sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_hash( table_name, locking_column, arg )
  elsif arg.is_a?( String )
    sql << arg
  else
    raise ArgumentError, "Expected Array or Hash"
  end
  sql
end

#sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_array(table_name, locking_column, arr) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 100

def sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_array( table_name, locking_column, arr ) # :nodoc:
  results = arr.map do |column|
    qc = quote_column_name( column )
    "#{table_name}.#{qc}=VALUES(#{qc})"
  end
  increment_locking_column!(results, table_name, locking_column)
  results.join( ',' )
end

#sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_hash(table_name, locking_column, hsh) ⇒ Object

:nodoc:


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# File 'lib/activerecord-import/adapters/mysql_adapter.rb', line 109

def sql_for_on_duplicate_key_update_as_hash( table_name, locking_column, hsh ) # :nodoc:
  results = hsh.map do |column1, column2|
    qc1 = quote_column_name( column1 )
    qc2 = quote_column_name( column2 )
    "#{table_name}.#{qc1}=VALUES( #{qc2} )"
  end
  increment_locking_column!(results, table_name, locking_column)
  results.join( ',')
end