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Refs #4299 -- Removed some code duplication in the postgresql introsp…

…ection modules by letting the `postgresql_psycopg2` backend use identical functions from the `postgresql` backend.

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gdub committed Sep 14, 2007
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  1. +1 −62 django/db/backends/postgresql_psycopg2/
@@ -1,23 +1,8 @@
from django.db.backends.postgresql_psycopg2.base import DatabaseOperations from django.db.backends.postgresql_psycopg2.base import DatabaseOperations
from django.db.backends.postgresql.introspection import get_table_list, get_table_description, get_indexes, DATA_TYPES_REVERSE
quote_name = DatabaseOperations().quote_name quote_name = DatabaseOperations().quote_name
def get_table_list(cursor):
"Returns a list of table names in the current database."
SELECT c.relname
FROM pg_catalog.pg_class c
LEFT JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace n ON n.oid = c.relnamespace
WHERE c.relkind IN ('r', 'v', '')
AND n.nspname NOT IN ('pg_catalog', 'pg_toast')
AND pg_catalog.pg_table_is_visible(c.oid)""")
return [row[0] for row in cursor.fetchall()]
def get_table_description(cursor, table_name):
"Returns a description of the table, with the DB-API cursor.description interface."
cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM %s LIMIT 1" % quote_name(table_name))
return cursor.description
def get_relations(cursor, table_name): def get_relations(cursor, table_name):
""" """
Returns a dictionary of {field_index: (field_index_other_table, other_table)} Returns a dictionary of {field_index: (field_index_other_table, other_table)}
@@ -35,49 +20,3 @@ def get_relations(cursor, table_name):
# row[0] and row[1] are single-item lists, so grab the single item. # row[0] and row[1] are single-item lists, so grab the single item.
relations[row[0][0] - 1] = (row[1][0] - 1, row[2]) relations[row[0][0] - 1] = (row[1][0] - 1, row[2])
return relations return relations
def get_indexes(cursor, table_name):
Returns a dictionary of fieldname -> infodict for the given table,
where each infodict is in the format:
{'primary_key': boolean representing whether it's the primary key,
'unique': boolean representing whether it's a unique index}
# This query retrieves each index on the given table, including the
# first associated field name
SELECT attr.attname, idx.indkey, idx.indisunique, idx.indisprimary
FROM pg_catalog.pg_class c, pg_catalog.pg_class c2,
pg_catalog.pg_index idx, pg_catalog.pg_attribute attr
WHERE c.oid = idx.indrelid
AND idx.indexrelid = c2.oid
AND attr.attrelid = c.oid
AND attr.attnum = idx.indkey[0]
AND c.relname = %s""", [table_name])
indexes = {}
for row in cursor.fetchall():
# row[1] (idx.indkey) is stored in the DB as an array. It comes out as
# a string of space-separated integers. This designates the field
# indexes (1-based) of the fields that have indexes on the table.
# Here, we skip any indexes across multiple fields.
if ' ' in row[1]:
indexes[row[0]] = {'primary_key': row[3], 'unique': row[2]}
return indexes
# Maps type codes to Django Field types.
16: 'BooleanField',
21: 'SmallIntegerField',
23: 'IntegerField',
25: 'TextField',
701: 'FloatField',
869: 'IPAddressField',
1043: 'CharField',
1082: 'DateField',
1083: 'TimeField',
1114: 'DateTimeField',
1184: 'DateTimeField',
1266: 'TimeField',
1700: 'DecimalField',

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