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use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Test::Exception;
use lib qw(t/lib);
use DBICTest;
use Path::Class::File ();
my $schema = DBICTest->init_schema();
# The map below generates stuff like:
# [ qw/artistid name/ ],
# [ 4, "b" ],
# [ 5, "c" ],
# ...
# [ 9999, "ntm" ],
# [ 10000, "ntn" ],
my $start_id = 'populateXaaaaaa';
my $rows = 10;
my $offset = 3;
$schema->populate('Artist', [ [ qw/artistid name/ ], map { [ ($_ + $offset) => $start_id++ ] } ( 1 .. $rows ) ] );
is (
$schema->resultset ('Artist')->search ({ name => { -like => 'populateX%' } })->count,
$rows,
'populate created correct number of rows with massive AoA bulk insert',
);
my $artist = $schema->resultset ('Artist')
->search ({ 'cds.title' => { '!=', undef } }, { join => 'cds' })
->first;
my $ex_title = $artist->cds->first->title;
throws_ok ( sub {
my $i = 600;
$schema->populate('CD', [
map {
{
artist => $artist->id,
title => $_,
year => 2009,
}
} ('Huey', 'Dewey', $ex_title, 'Louie')
])
}, qr/columns .+ are not unique for populate slice.+$ex_title/ms, 'Readable exception thrown for failed populate');
## make sure populate honors fields/orders in list context
## schema order
my @links = $schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id url title/ ],
[ qw/2 burl btitle/ ]
]);
is(scalar @links, 1);
my $link2 = shift @links;
is($link2->id, 2, 'Link 2 id');
is($link2->url, 'burl', 'Link 2 url');
is($link2->title, 'btitle', 'Link 2 title');
## non-schema order
@links = $schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id title url/ ],
[ qw/3 ctitle curl/ ]
]);
is(scalar @links, 1);
my $link3 = shift @links;
is($link3->id, 3, 'Link 3 id');
is($link3->url, 'curl', 'Link 3 url');
is($link3->title, 'ctitle', 'Link 3 title');
## not all physical columns
@links = $schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id title/ ],
[ qw/4 dtitle/ ]
]);
is(scalar @links, 1);
my $link4 = shift @links;
is($link4->id, 4, 'Link 4 id');
is($link4->url, undef, 'Link 4 url');
is($link4->title, 'dtitle', 'Link 4 title');
## make sure populate -> insert_bulk honors fields/orders in void context
## schema order
$schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id url title/ ],
[ qw/5 eurl etitle/ ]
]);
my $link5 = $schema->resultset('Link')->find(5);
is($link5->id, 5, 'Link 5 id');
is($link5->url, 'eurl', 'Link 5 url');
is($link5->title, 'etitle', 'Link 5 title');
## non-schema order
$schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id title url/ ],
[ qw/6 ftitle furl/ ]
]);
my $link6 = $schema->resultset('Link')->find(6);
is($link6->id, 6, 'Link 6 id');
is($link6->url, 'furl', 'Link 6 url');
is($link6->title, 'ftitle', 'Link 6 title');
## not all physical columns
$schema->populate('Link', [
[ qw/id title/ ],
[ qw/7 gtitle/ ]
]);
my $link7 = $schema->resultset('Link')->find(7);
is($link7->id, 7, 'Link 7 id');
is($link7->url, undef, 'Link 7 url');
is($link7->title, 'gtitle', 'Link 7 title');
my $rs = $schema->resultset('Artist');
$rs->delete;
# test _execute_array_empty (insert_bulk with all literal sql)
$rs->populate([
(+{
name => \"'DT'",
rank => \500,
charfield => \"'mtfnpy'",
}) x 5
]);
is((grep {
$_->name eq 'DT' &&
$_->rank == 500 &&
$_->charfield eq 'mtfnpy'
} $rs->all), 5, 'populate with all literal SQL');
$rs->delete;
# test mixed binds with literal sql
$rs->populate([
(+{
name => \"'DT'",
rank => 500,
charfield => \"'mtfnpy'",
}) x 5
]);
is((grep {
$_->name eq 'DT' &&
$_->rank == 500 &&
$_->charfield eq 'mtfnpy'
} $rs->all), 5, 'populate with all literal SQL');
$rs->delete;
###
throws_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
artistid => 1,
name => 'foo1',
},
{
artistid => 'foo', # this dies
name => 'foo2',
},
{
artistid => 3,
name => 'foo3',
},
]);
} qr/slice/, 'bad slice';
is($rs->count, 0, 'populate is atomic');
# Trying to use a column marked as a bind in the first slice with literal sql in
# a later slice should throw.
throws_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
artistid => 1,
name => \"'foo'",
},
{
artistid => \2,
name => \"'foo'",
}
]);
} qr/bind expected/, 'literal sql where bind expected throws';
# ... and vice-versa.
throws_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
artistid => \1,
name => \"'foo'",
},
{
artistid => 2,
name => \"'foo'",
}
]);
} qr/literal SQL expected/i, 'bind where literal sql expected throws';
throws_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
artistid => 1,
name => \"'foo'",
},
{
artistid => 2,
name => \"'bar'",
}
]);
} qr/inconsistent/, 'literal sql must be the same in all slices';
# the stringification has nothing to do with the artist name
# this is solely for testing consistency
my $fn = Path::Class::File->new ('somedir/somefilename.tmp');
my $fn2 = Path::Class::File->new ('somedir/someotherfilename.tmp');
lives_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
name => 'supplied before stringifying object',
},
{
name => $fn,
}
]);
} 'stringifying objects pass through';
# ... and vice-versa.
lives_ok {
$rs->populate([
{
name => $fn2,
},
{
name => 'supplied after stringifying object',
},
]);
} 'stringifying objects pass through';
for (
$fn,
$fn2,
'supplied after stringifying object',
'supplied before stringifying object'
) {
my $row = $rs->find ({name => $_});
ok ($row, "Stringification test row '$_' properly inserted");
}
$rs->delete;
# test stringification with ->create rather than Storage::insert_bulk as well
lives_ok {
my @dummy = $rs->populate([
{
name => 'supplied before stringifying object',
},
{
name => $fn,
}
]);
} 'stringifying objects pass through';
# ... and vice-versa.
lives_ok {
my @dummy = $rs->populate([
{
name => $fn2,
},
{
name => 'supplied after stringifying object',
},
]);
} 'stringifying objects pass through';
for (
$fn,
$fn2,
'supplied after stringifying object',
'supplied before stringifying object'
) {
my $row = $rs->find ({name => $_});
ok ($row, "Stringification test row '$_' properly inserted");
}
lives_ok {
$schema->resultset('TwoKeys')->populate([{
artist => 1,
cd => 5,
fourkeys_to_twokeys => [{
f_foo => 1,
f_bar => 1,
f_hello => 1,
f_goodbye => 1,
autopilot => 'a',
},{
f_foo => 2,
f_bar => 2,
f_hello => 2,
f_goodbye => 2,
autopilot => 'b',
}]
}])
} 'multicol-PK has_many populate works';
done_testing;