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# $Id: JDBC.pm,v 1.49 2008/12/17 00:05:23 gemerson Exp $
#
# Copyright 1999-2001,2005,2008 Vizdom Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the same terms as the Perl Kit, namely, under
# the terms of either:
#
# a) the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
# Software Foundation; either version 1 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version, or
#
# b) the "Artistic License" that comes with the Perl Kit.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See
# either the GNU General Public License or the Artistic License
# for more details.
# There's a warning in (some) later versions of Perl about the
# string used here in require, so try to ignore that.
{ no warnings qw(portable); require 5.8.0; }
{
package DBD::JDBC;
use DBI 1.48;
require Exporter;
@ISA = qw(Exporter);
# DBI 1.54 added SQL_BIGINT back.
if ($DBI::VERSION > 1.54) {
%EXPORT_TAGS = ( sql_types => [ ], );
@EXPORT_OK = ();
}
else {
%EXPORT_TAGS = ( sql_types => [ qw( SQL_BIGINT ) ], );
@EXPORT_OK = qw(SQL_BIGINT);
}
use vars qw($methods_installed);
$DBD::JDBC::VERSION = '0.71';
$DBD::JDBC::drh = undef;
# Driver handle constructor. This is pretty much straight
# from the DBD doc.
sub driver {
return $drh if $drh;
my($class, $attr) = @_;
DBI->setup_driver('DBD::JDBC');
$class .= "::dr";
($drh) = DBI::_new_drh($class, {
'Name' => 'JDBC',
'Version' => $VERSION,
'Attribution' => "DBD::JDBC $VERSION by Gennis Emerson",
});
if (!$methods_installed++) {
DBD::JDBC::db->install_method('jdbc_func', {});
DBD::JDBC::st->install_method('jdbc_func', {});
DBD::JDBC::db->install_method('jdbc_disconnect', {});
}
$drh;
}
# This will dump the BER buffer to STDERR in a rather verbose way.
#
# args: the BER buffer, as a string
# returns: nothing
sub _dump {
my ($str) = shift;
my ($b, $result);
my ($pos) = 0;
my ($upper) = shift || length($str);
do {
$b = CORE::unpack("C",substr($str,$pos++,1));
$result .= join('', unpack("B*", chr($b))) .
" (" . chr($b) . ") | ";
} while($pos < $upper);
print STDERR "$result\n";
}
# This is a utility which handles the tedious part of
# sending a message to the server and decoding the
# response. If an error occurs, this function will use
# DBI::set_err and return undef.
#
# args:
# $h: a DBI object handle; used for debugging and error reporting
# $socket: the server socket
# $ber: a BER object for encoding and decoding messages
# $encode_list: an array reference containing the arguments
# for the BER encode
# $decode_list: an array reference containing the arguments for
# the BER decode method
#
# returns: true on success, false (and calls $h->set_err) on failure
sub _send_request {
my ($h, $socket, $ber, $encode_list, $decode_list, $method,
$avoid_set_err) = @_;
my $debug = $h->trace();
$ber->buffer("");
$h->trace_msg("Encoding [" . join(" | ", @$encode_list) . "]\n", 3)
if $debug;
$ber->encode(@$encode_list);
local($SIG{PIPE}) = "IGNORE";
$h->trace_msg("Sending request to server\n", 3) if $debug;
$ber->write($socket);
if ($@) {
die $@ if $avoid_set_err;
return $h->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::send_error($@));
}
$h->trace_msg("Listening for response\n", 3) if $debug;
$ber->read($socket);
if ($@) {
die $@ if $avoid_set_err;
return $h->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::recv_error($@));
}
$h->trace_msg("Received response from server\n", 3) if $debug;
my $err;
my $tag = $ber->tag();
if ($tag == $ber->ERROR_RESP()) {
my (@errors);
$ber->decode(ERROR_RESP => \@errors);
$ber->buffer("");
if ($err = $ber->error()) {
$h->trace_msg("Error decoding response from server: $err", 3)
if $debug;
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_ERROR() ] = "";
die $err if $avoid_set_err;
return
$h->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::ber_error($err));
}
$h->{jdbc_error} = []; # Reset the error list.
push @{$h->{jdbc_error}}, @errors;
$h->trace_msg("Error: ".$errors[0]->{errstr}."\n", 3) if $debug;
die $errors[0]->{errstr} if $avoid_set_err;
return $h->set_err($errors[0]->{err}, $errors[0]->{errstr},
substr($errors[0]->{state}, 0, 5), $method);
}
else {
$h->trace_msg("Decoding [" . join(" | ", @$decode_list) . "]\n", 3)
if $debug;
$ber->decode(@$decode_list);
$ber->buffer("");
if ($err = $ber->error()) {
$h->trace_msg("Error decoding response from server: $err", 3)
if $debug;
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_ERROR() ] = "";
die $err if $avoid_set_err;
return
$h->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::ber_error($err));
}
return 1;
}
}
# JDBC constants. Since these seem to be based on values
# from the SQL standard, I don't feel too bad about
# hard-coding them here.
%DBD::JDBC::Types = (NULL => 0,
CHAR => 1,
NUMERIC => 2,
DECIMAL => 3,
INTEGER => 4,
SMALLINT => 5,
FLOAT => 6,
REAL => 7,
DOUBLE => 8,
VARCHAR => 12,
LONGVARCHAR => -1,
BINARY => -2,
VARBINARY => -3,
LONGVARBINARY => -4,
BIGINT => -5,
TINYINT => -6,
DATE => 91,
TIME => 92,
TIMESTAMP => 93,
BIT => -7,
OTHER => 1111,
JAVA_OBJECT => 2000,
DISTINCT => 2001,
STRUCT => 2002,
ARRAY => 2003,
BLOB => 2004,
CLOB => 2005,
REF => 2006,
);
# DBI no longer defines this value due to a lack of desire to
# choose between SQL and ODBC. Since JDBC uses it, we need to
# define it separately.
sub SQL_BIGINT() { -5 };
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::dr;
# imp_data_size, according to the DBD doc, is used by DBI and
# should be set here. 0 is a default which means something
# like 'no size limit imposed'.
$imp_data_size = 0;
$imp_data_size = 0; # Avoid -w warnings.
use strict;
use IO::Socket;
*_send_request = \&DBD::JDBC::_send_request;
# Opens a socket connection to the host/port specified in the
# dsn, sends a connection request to the server-side JDBC
# driver, and returns a new database handle. Parameters which
# can be specified in the DSN:
# hostname: the DBD::JDBC server host; may be in the form name:port
# port: the DBD::JDBC server port
# url: the JDBC URL to pass to the JDBC driver
# jdbc_character_set: a Java character encoding name; should
# be the client's (the Perl application's) character encoding
#
# Arbitrary JDBC connection properties can be specified by
# passing a hash reference as the value of the
# "jdbc_properties" key in the attributes hash in the
# DBI->connect method.
#
# If the user and password values passed to this method in
# the DBI->connect call are undefined, the server will use
# the DriverManager.getConnection(String, Properties)
# method. Otherwise, the server will use the
# DriverManager.getConnection(String, String, String) method.
#
# args
# $drh: driver handle
# $dsn: dsn
# $user: username; may be undef
# $auth: password; may be undef
# $attr: hash reference of connection properties
#
# JDBC: DriverManager.getConnection, Connection.setXXX
sub connect {
my ($drh, $dsn, $user, $auth, $attr) = @_;
my $debug = DBI->trace();
# Any ; or = characters in the url must be escaped using
# http url escape syntax (e.g., an url of foo=bar becomes
# foo%3Dbar). The driver will unescape the url portion of
# the dsn. dsn format:
# hostname=<host>[:port];[port=<port>;]url=<url>[;jdbc_character_set=<encoding>]
my %dsn = split /[;=]/, $dsn;
my $hostname = $dsn{'hostname'};
my $port = $dsn{'port'};
my $url = $dsn{'url'};
my $encoding = $dsn{'jdbc_character_set'} || "ISO8859_1";
if ($hostname && !$port) {
($hostname, $port) = split /:/, $hostname;
}
$url =~ s/%(3[bBdD])/pack("c", hex($1))/ge; # (; is 0x3b, = is 0x3d)
my %properties;
if ($attr && $attr->{'jdbc_properties'}) {
%properties = %{ $attr->{'jdbc_properties'} };
}
else {
%properties = ();
}
return $drh->set_err(
DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::missing_dsn_component('hostname'))
unless $hostname;
return $drh->set_err(
DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::missing_dsn_component('port'))
unless $port;
return $drh->set_err(
DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::missing_dsn_component('url'))
unless $url;
# Connect to the server.
my $socket = IO::Socket::INET->new(PeerAddr => $hostname,
PeerPort => $port,
Proto => 'tcp');
return $drh->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::socket_error($@))
if !$socket;
my ($ber) = new DBD::JDBC::BER;
my $response;
return undef unless
_send_request($drh,
$socket, $ber,
[CONNECT_REQ => [STRING => $url,
($user?'STRING':'NULL') => $user,
($auth?'STRING':'NULL') => $auth,
STRING => $encoding,
HASH => [STRING => [%properties]]]],
[CONNECT_RESP => \$response]);
# Create $dbh after we know connect succeeded. If this
# method fails while using $h->set_err after $dbh has been
# created, and the calling script checks for errors using
# $DBI::{err,errstr,state} in a separate statement from
# the call to connect, the undefined $dbh will somehow be
# the last-used handle and cause an error. That's my best
# theory, anyway.
my ($dbh) = DBI::_new_dbh($drh, {
'Name' => $dsn,
});
$dbh->STORE('Active' => 1);
$dbh->STORE('jdbc_socket' => $socket);
$dbh->STORE('jdbc_ber' => $ber);
$dbh->STORE('jdbc_character_set' => $encoding);
$dbh->STORE('jdbc_url' => $url);
# The connection list is used by disconnect_all.
my ($conns) = $drh->FETCH('jdbc_connections') || [];
push @$conns, $dbh;
$drh->STORE('jdbc_connections' => $conns);
my $lra = $drh->FETCH('jdbc_longreadall');
$dbh->STORE('jdbc_longreadall' => ((defined $lra) ? $lra : 1));
$dbh;
}
# This method is required to return usable dsn's, and JDBC
# doesn't provide any sort of 'getURL' method. Available
# drivers is about the best we could do. We also currently
# have no way of knowing the server's host and port.
sub data_sources {
();
}
# Added in DBI 1.42. Not currently implemented here.
sub parse_trace_flag {
my ($flag) = shift;
return DBI->parse_trace_flag($flag);
}
# All cached database handles will be disconnected. The
# handles will be removed from the cache even if the
# disconnect call fails so they can be garbage
# collected. This may be called by the user, but is more
# likely to be called by DBI's END block on shutdown.
#
# Args: none
# Return value: none
sub disconnect_all {
my ($drh) = shift;
my ($conns) = $drh->FETCH('jdbc_connections');
return unless $conns;
$drh->trace_msg("Found ".scalar(@$conns)." connections to close\n", 3);
my ($conn, $name);
while ($conn = shift @$conns) {
$name = $conn->{'Name'};
$drh->trace_msg("Disconnecting $name\n", 3);
$conn->disconnect() ||
$drh->trace_msg("Failed to disconnect $name: " .
($drh->errstr ? $drh->errstr : "") . "\n", 3);
}
}
sub STORE {
my ($drh, $attr, $value) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
$drh->{$attr} = $value;
return 1;
}
$drh->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
sub FETCH {
my ($drh, $attr) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
return $drh->{$attr};
}
$drh->SUPER::FETCH($attr);
}
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::db;
$imp_data_size = 0;
$imp_data_size = 0; # Avoid -w warnings.
use strict;
*_send_request = \&DBD::JDBC::_send_request;
# Prepares a statement for execution.
#
# JDBC: Connection.prepareStatement
sub prepare {
my ($dbh, $statement, $params) = @_;
my ($debug) = $dbh->trace();
my ($keyType, $keyTypeCode, $keyList) = (undef, 'STRING', []);
if ($params && $params->{'jdbc_columnnames'}) {
$keyType = "name";
$keyList = $params->{'jdbc_columnnames'};
}
elsif ($params && $params->{'jdbc_columnindexes'}) {
$keyType = "index";
$keyTypeCode = 'INTEGER';
$keyList = $params->{'jdbc_columnindexes'};
}
my ($statement_handle);
return undef unless
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[PREPARE_REQ => [STRING => $statement,
($keyType?'STRING':'NULL') => $keyType,
$keyTypeCode => [@$keyList] ] ],
[PREPARE_RESP => \$statement_handle]);
my $param_count = _count_params($statement);
my $sth = DBI::_new_sth($dbh, {
'Statement' => $statement,
'NUM_OF_PARAMS' => $param_count,
'NUM_OF_FIELDS' => undef,
});
$sth->STORE('jdbc_handle' => $statement_handle);
$sth->STORE('jdbc_socket' => $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'));
$sth->STORE('jdbc_ber' => $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'));
$sth->STORE('jdbc_rowcount' => -1);
## Set up ParamValues (DBI 1.28). Initialize the keys to the
## parameter numbers (if any).
$sth->STORE('jdbc_params', {});
$sth->STORE('jdbc_params_types', {});
for my $i (1..$param_count) {
$sth->{'jdbc_params'}->{$i} = undef;
$sth->{'jdbc_params_types'}->{$i} = undef;
}
# Copy the current value of inherited properties to the server.
$sth->STORE('LongReadLen' => $dbh->FETCH('LongReadLen'));
$sth->STORE('LongTruncOk' => $dbh->FETCH('LongTruncOk') ? 1 : 0);
$sth->STORE('ChopBlanks' => $dbh->FETCH('ChopBlanks') ? 1 : 0);
$sth->STORE('jdbc_longreadall' =>
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_longreadall') ? 1 : 0);
$sth;
}
# JDBC: Connection.commit
sub commit {
my ($dbh) = shift;
my ($resp);
return _send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[COMMIT_REQ => 0],
[COMMIT_RESP => \$resp]);
}
# JDBC: Connection.rollback
sub rollback {
my ($dbh) = shift;
my ($resp);
return _send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[ROLLBACK_REQ => 0],
[ROLLBACK_RESP => \$resp]);
}
# Confirms that the server is alive and that this particular
# (JDBC) connection has not been closed.
#
# JDBC: Connection.isClosed
sub ping {
my ($dbh) = shift;
# If the connection isn't active, no point in pinging it.
return 0 unless $dbh->FETCH('Active');
my ($resp);
return undef unless
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[PING_REQ => 0],
[PING_RESP => \$resp]);
return $resp;
}
# Sends a disconnect message to the server. The server will
# attempt to close any open ResultSets and Statements, then
# close the JDBC Connection. This driver's end of the socket
# will be closed.
#
# JDBC: ResultSet.close, Statement.close, Connection.close
sub disconnect {
my ($dbh) = shift;
my ($debug) = $dbh->trace();
# Don't disconnect inactive connections.
return 1 unless $dbh->FETCH('Active');
$dbh->STORE('Active' => 0);
my $resp;
my ($result) = _send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'),
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[DISCONNECT_REQ => 0],
[DISCONNECT_RESP => \$resp]);
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket')->close();
return $result;
}
# A private disconnect method which can be called from user
# code even in environments such as Apache::DBI which disable
# the standard disconnect. It's possible for a JDBC exception
# to be returned which indicates that the underlying database
# connection is non-functional. The DBD::JDBC server doesn't
# know anything about specific database error codes, so it
# can't handle the exception, but user code may be able to
# tell that the connection should be closed.
sub jdbc_disconnect {
my ($dbh) = shift;
disconnect($dbh);
}
# This is the func implementation. It expects the method name
# to be a valid java.sql.Connection method name. The
# parameter list may be empty if the method takes no
# arguments. Otherwise, parameters may be specified as
# scalars, if they should be mapped to java.lang.String
# objects, or as [value,type] pairs (array references) if the
# parameter type is something other than String. For example,
# $dbh->func([1 => SQL_BIT], "setAutoCommit") If the method
# returned void or null, this method will return
# undef. Otherwise, the return value of the Java method will
# be returned as a string.
sub jdbc_func {
my ($dbh) = shift;
my ($method) = pop @_;
$method =~ s/.*://; # method name starts out fully-qualified
$method =~ s/^jdbc_//;
my (@parameters) = @_;
# When we're done, parameters_with_types will be a list
# of alternating parameter value/JDBC type codes.
my @parameters_with_types = ();
my $param;
foreach $param (@parameters) {
if (ref $param) {
push @parameters_with_types, $param->[0], DBD::JDBC::st::_jdbc_type($param->[1]);
}
else {
push @parameters_with_types, $param, $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARCHAR};
}
}
my (@value);
return undef unless
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[CONNECTION_FUNC_REQ => [$method,
\@parameters_with_types]],
[CONNECTION_FUNC_RESP => \@value]);
return $value[0];
}
# This method is partially implemented. It needs to get its
# data from DatabaseMetaData on the server.
sub get_info {
my ($dbh, $type) = @_;
return undef unless defined $type and length $type;
## For now, use the JDBC URL to retrieve a string to
## serve as the DBMS name. Whenever access to
## DatabaseMetaData is implemented, use
## getDatabaseProductName.
my $name;
my $url = $dbh->{jdbc_url};
if ($url =~ m`jdbc:(.+)://`) { # jdbc:xxx[:yyy]://conn_info
$name = $1;
} elsif ($url =~ m`jdbc:([^:]+):`) { # jdbc:xxx:conn_info
$name = $1;
} elsif ($url =~ m`jdbc:(.+)`) { # jdbc:xxx
$name = $1;
} else {
$name = $url;
}
my %type = (
## Basic information:
6 => ["SQL_DRIVER_NAME", 'DBD/JDBC.pm'],
17 => ["SQL_DBMS_NAME", $name ]);
## Put both numbers and names into a hash
my %t;
for (keys %type) {
$t{$_} = $type{$_}->[1];
$t{$type{$_}->[0]} = $type{$_}->[1];
}
return undef unless exists $t{$type};
my $ans = $t{$type};
return $ans;
}
# This method is not implemented.
# Implementation notes: call
# DatabaseMetaData.getTables(). Use JDBC's default values
# (null, "", etc) for the catalog, schema, tablenamepattern,
# and types arguments. Note that this returns a statement
# handle, so the server will have to be able to deal with
# that.
sub table_info {
undef;
}
# This method is not implemented.
# These names match the column names in DatabaseMetaData.getTypeInfo
# exactly, except for AUTO_UNIQUE_VALUE, which is
# AUTO_INCREMENT in JDBC, and COLUMN_SIZE, which is PRECISION in JDBC.
# JDBC DBI
# TYPE_NAME String String
# DATA_TYPE SQL type DBI type
# COLUMN_SIZE int int
# LITERAL_PREFIX String (nullable) String (nullable)
# LITERAL_SUFFIX String (nullable) String (nullable)
# CREATE_PARAMS String (nullable) String (nullable)
# NULLABLE short (0,1,2) int (0,1,2)
# CASE_SENSITIVE boolean boolean
# SEARCHABLE short (...) int (need to match up constants)
# UNSIGNED_ATTRIBUTE boolean boolean (nullable)
# FIXED_PREC_SCALE boolean boolean (nullable)
# AUTO_UNIQUE_VALUE boolean boolean (nullable)
# LOCAL_TYPE_NAME String (nullable) string (localized TYPE_NAME)
# MINIMUM_SCALE short int (nullable)
# MAXIMUM_SCALE short int (nullable)
# NUM_PREC_RADIX int int (assume JDBC values are ok)
sub type_info_all {
undef;
}
# Added in DBI 1.42. Not currently implemented here.
sub parse_trace_flag {
my ($flag) = shift;
return DBI->parse_trace_flag($flag);
}
# Implementation of last_insert_id.
sub last_insert_id {
my ($dbh, $catalog, $schema, $table, $field) = @_;
my $key;
return undef unless
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[GET_GENERATED_KEYS_REQ => [($catalog?'STRING':'NULL') => $catalog,
($schema?'STRING':'NULL') => $schema,
($table?'STRING':'NULL') => $table,
($field?'STRING':'NULL') => $field]],
[GET_GENERATED_KEYS_RESP => \$key]);
return $key;
}
sub STORE {
my ($dbh, $attr, $value) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
$dbh->{$attr} = $value;
return 1;
}
if ($attr eq 'AutoCommit') {
die DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::bad_autocommit_value($value)
unless ($value == 0 or $value == 1);
return _set_attr($dbh, $attr, $value);
}
if ($attr eq 'RowCacheSize') { # unimplemented
return;
}
$dbh->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
sub FETCH {
my ($dbh, $attr) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
return $dbh->{$attr};
}
if ($attr eq 'AutoCommit') {
return _get_attr($dbh, $attr)->[0];
}
if ($attr eq 'RowCacheSize') { # unimplemented
return undef;
}
$dbh->SUPER::FETCH($attr);
}
# According to the DBI spec, we need to call rollback and
# disconnect here.
sub DESTROY {
my ($dbh) = shift;
return unless $dbh->FETCH('Active');
return if $dbh->FETCH('InactiveDestroy');
my $name = $dbh->FETCH('Name');
# Log any existing error on the current handle.
my ($err, $errstr, $state) = ($dbh->err, $dbh->errstr, $dbh->state);
$dbh->trace_msg("Error on db handle being destroyed: " .
"($err) $errstr [$state]\n", 3)
if ($dbh->trace() and $err);
# Override of DIE and $@ copied from DBD::Proxy.
local $SIG{__DIE__} = 'DEFAULT';
local $@;
eval {
$dbh->rollback() or
$dbh->trace_msg("Rollback '$name' failed: " . $dbh->errstr . "\n", 3);
$dbh->disconnect() or
$dbh->trace_msg("Disconnect '$name' failed: " . $dbh->errstr . "\n", 3);
};
$dbh->trace_msg("Error in DBD::JDBC::db::DESTROY: $@\n", 3)
if ($dbh->trace() and $@);
1;
}
# This private method retrieves an attribute value from the server.
#
# args: handle, attribute name
# returns: an array reference to a list of attribute values
sub _get_attr {
my ($dbh, $attr) = @_;
my (@data);
return undef unless
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ => $attr],
[GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP => \@data]);
return \@data;
}
# This private method sets an attribute value on the
# server. Attribute values are always passed as strings; the
# server is responsible for decoding them
#
# args: handle, attribute name, attribute value
sub _set_attr {
my ($dbh, $attr, $value) = @_;
my ($data);
_send_request($dbh,
$dbh->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $dbh->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ =>
[STRING => $attr,
STRING => $value]],
[SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP => \$data]);
}
# Simple SQL parameter counting implementation. This handles
# single- and double-quoted strings within SQL
# statements. This is made available because DBI says it should
# be. I'm reluctant to rely on it, since we don't necessarily
# know anything about the database language being used.
#
# args: a SQL statement
# returns: the number of substitutable parameters in the statement
sub _count_params {
my (@chars) = split //, shift;
my ($params, $state, $i, $last);
# states
my ($outside_quote, $in_single_quote, $in_double_quote) = (0, 1, 2);
$last = 0; # Avoid lookahead at end of string.
$params = 0;
$state = $outside_quote;
for ($i=0; $i < @chars; $i++) {
next unless $chars[$i] =~ /[?'"]/; #']
$last = 1 if $i == $#chars;
if ($state == $outside_quote) {
if ($chars[$i] eq '?') { $params++; }
if ($chars[$i] eq "'") { $state = $in_single_quote; }
if ($chars[$i] eq '"') { $state = $in_double_quote; }
}
elsif ($state == $in_single_quote) {
if ($chars[$i] eq "'") {
(!$last && $chars[$i+1] eq "'") ? $i++ : ($state = $outside_quote);
}
}
elsif ($state == $in_double_quote) {
if ($chars[$i] eq '"') {
(!$last && $chars[$i+1] eq '"') ? $i++ : ($state = $outside_quote);
}
}
}
$params;
}
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::st;
$imp_data_size = 0;
$imp_data_size = 0; # Avoid -w warnings.
##use vars qw($AUTOLOAD);
use strict;
use DBI qw(:sql_types);
*_send_request = \&DBD::JDBC::_send_request;
# TODO: Don't allow a parameter type to be changed after it's been
# set (DBI spec requirement).
# If a type hint is provided, it should be a DBI type
# constant. This method will convert the DBI types to JDBC
# types for transmission to the server.
sub bind_param {
my ($sth, $param, $value, $attr) = @_;
my ($type) = (ref $attr) ? $attr->{'TYPE'} : $attr;
# Don't pass $type to _jdbc_type if it's undef to avoid warnings.
$type = ($type ? _jdbc_type($type) : undef);
# Store the parameter.
$sth->{'jdbc_params'}->{$param} = $value;
# Store the type hint, unless it's previously been set or is
# currently undef.
$sth->{'jdbc_params_types'}->{$param} = $type
unless ($sth->{'jdbc_params_types'}->{$param} or not $type);
1;
}
# This method sends the parameters, if any, to the server and
# causes the server to execute the previously prepared
# statement.
#
# JDBC: PreparedStatement.setXXX, PreparedStatement.execute
sub execute {
my ($sth, @values) = @_;
my $debug = $sth->trace();
# Set parameter values, if provided. For now, I'm
# assuming that it's ok for bind_param to have been
# called for parameter indexes larger than the highest
# index in @values.
if (@values) {
my $i;
for ($i = 1; $i <= @values; $i++) {
$sth->{'jdbc_params'}->{$i} = $values[$i - 1];
}
}
my ($i, @encodelist);
my $paramcount = $sth->{'jdbc_params'}
? scalar( keys %{ $sth->{'jdbc_params'} }) : 0;
$sth->trace_msg("Warning: number of parameters set ($paramcount) "
. "does not match NUM_OF_PARAMS ("
. $sth->FETCH('NUM_OF_PARAMS') . ")", 3)
if $debug && ($paramcount != $sth->FETCH('NUM_OF_PARAMS'));
# encodelist is a list of alternating parameter values/types
for ($i = 1; $i <= $paramcount; $i++) {
push @encodelist, $sth->{'jdbc_params'}->{$i};
push @encodelist,
$sth->{'jdbc_params_types'}->{$i} || $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARCHAR};
}
my ($rowcount, $columncount);
return undef unless
_send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[EXECUTE_REQ => [$sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle'),
$paramcount,
\@encodelist]],
[EXECUTE_RESP =>
[OPTIONAL => [EXECUTE_ROWS_RESP => \$rowcount],
OPTIONAL =>
[EXECUTE_RESULTSET_RESP => \$columncount]]]);
return $sth->set_err(DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::bad_execute())
unless ((defined $rowcount) xor (defined $columncount));
if (defined $rowcount) {
$sth->STORE('Active' => 0);
$sth->STORE('NUM_OF_FIELDS', 0);
$sth->{'jdbc_rowcount'} = $rowcount;
return $rowcount == 0 ? "0E0" : $rowcount;
}
else { # must be columncount
$sth->STORE('NUM_OF_FIELDS', $columncount) unless
$sth->FETCH('NUM_OF_FIELDS');
$sth->{'jdbc_rowcount'} = 0;
$sth->STORE('Active' => 1);
return 1;
}
}
sub fetch {
my ($sth) = @_;
my $debug = $sth->trace();
my @row;
return undef
unless _send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[FETCH_REQ => $sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle')],
[FETCH_RESP => \@row]);
if (shift @row) { # row contains data
$sth->{'jdbc_rowcount'}++;
return $sth->_set_fbav(\@row);
}
$sth->trace_msg("At end of result set\n", 3) if $debug;
$sth->finish(); # no more data
return undef;
}
# DBI requires this alias.
*fetchrow_arrayref = \1; # avoid -w warnings
*fetchrow_arrayref = \&fetch;
# This will return the number of rows affected by a DML
# statement, or the number of rows returned so far by a
# select statement.
sub rows {
return shift->{'jdbc_rowcount'};
}
# I want finish to clean up server resources, but doing so
# would most likely mean closing a ResultSet, and that would
# force a commit in AutoCommit mode. The DBI spec says that
# finish should have no effect on the connection's
# transaction state.
sub finish {
my ($sth) = @_;
$sth->STORE('Active' => 0);
1;
}
# This is the func implementation. It expects the method name
# to be prefixed with one of "ResultSet.", "Statement.", or
# "ResultSetMetaData." to indicate on which object the method
# should be called. The parameter list may be empty if the
# method takes no arguments. Otherwise, parameters may be
# specified as scalars, if they should be mapped to
# java.lang.String objects, or as [value,type] pairs (array
# references) if the parameter type is something other than
# String. For example,
# $sth->func("eno", [5003 => SQL_INTEGER], "ResultSet.updateInt");
# If the method returned void or null, this
# method will return undef. Otherwise, the return value of
# the Java method will be returned as a string.
sub jdbc_func {
my ($sth) = shift;
my ($method) = pop @_;
$method =~ s/.*://; # method name starts out fully-qualified
$method =~ s/^jdbc_//;
my (@parameters) = @_;
# When we're done, parameters_with_types will be a list
# of alternating parameter value/JDBC type codes.
my @parameters_with_types = ();
my $param;
foreach $param (@parameters) {
if (ref $param) {
push @parameters_with_types, $param->[0], DBD::JDBC::st::_jdbc_type($param->[1]);
}
else {
push @parameters_with_types, $param, $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARCHAR};
}
}
my (@return_value);
return undef unless
_send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[STATEMENT_FUNC_REQ => [$sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle'),
$method,
\@parameters_with_types]],
[STATEMENT_FUNC_RESP => \@return_value]);
return $return_value[0];
}
# Added in DBI 1.42. Not currently implemented here.
sub parse_trace_flag {
my ($flag) = shift;
return DBI->parse_trace_flag($flag);
}
sub STORE {
my ($sth, $attr, $value) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
$sth->{$attr} = $value;
my $ok = 1;
if ($attr eq 'jdbc_longreadall') {
$value = ($value ? 1 : 0); # Canonicalize for server.
$sth->{$attr} = $value;
$ok = _set_attr($sth, $attr, $value);
}
## TODO: how should we report an error in storing on the server?
return;
}
if ($attr eq 'LongReadLen') {
return _set_attr($sth, $attr, $value) &&
$sth->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
if ($attr eq 'LongTruncOk') {
return _set_attr($sth, $attr, $value ? 1 : 0) &&
$sth->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
if ($attr eq 'ChopBlanks') {
return _set_attr($sth, $attr, $value ? 1 : 0) &&
$sth->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
$sth->SUPER::STORE($attr, $value);
}
sub FETCH {
my ($sth, $attr) = @_;
if ($attr =~ /^jdbc_/) {
return $sth->{$attr};
}
if ($attr eq 'ParamValues') {
return $sth->{'jdbc_params'};
}
# These attributes shouldn't change value for a given
# statement, so cache them after retrieval.
if ($attr eq 'NAME') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_NAME'} or
$sth->{'jdbc_NAME'} = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'STRING'));
}
if ($attr eq 'TYPE') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_TYPE'} or eval {
my $row;
if ($row = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'INTEGER')) {
my $new_row = [ map { _dbi_type($_) } @$row ];
return $sth->{'jdbc_TYPE'} = $new_row;
}
else {
return undef;
}
});
}
if ($attr eq 'PRECISION') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_PRECISION'} or
$sth->{'jdbc_PRECISION'} = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'INTEGER'));
}
if ($attr eq 'SCALE') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_SCALE'} or
$sth->{'jdbc_SCALE'} = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'INTEGER'));
}
if ($attr eq 'NULLABLE') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_NULLABLE'} or
$sth->{'jdbc_NULLABLE'} = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'INTEGER'));
}
if ($attr eq 'CursorName') {
return ($sth->{'jdbc_CursorName'} or eval {
my $row = _get_attr($sth, $attr, 'STRING');
if ($row && scalar(@$row)) { # non-empty list
return $sth->{'jdbc_CursorName'} = $row->[0];
}
else {
return undef;
}
});
}
if ($attr eq 'RowsInCache') {
return undef; # Not supported.
}
$sth->SUPER::FETCH($attr);
}
# Destroys the object on garbage collection. Give the server
# a chance to remove any references to the Statement object.
# IMPORTANT: Check Active to see if the connection has been
# disconnected; it's no use talking to the server if the
# connection's closed. This is intended to let the server get
# rid of the Statement if this particular statement handle is
# being destroyed while the connection is still open.
sub DESTROY {
my ($sth) = shift;
return if $sth->FETCH('InactiveDestroy');
return unless $sth->FETCH('Database')->FETCH('Active');
my $handle = $sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle');
my $resp;
# Log any existing error on the current handle.
my ($err, $errstr, $state) = ($sth->err, $sth->errstr, $sth->state);
$sth->trace_msg("Error on statement handle being destroyed: " .
"($err) $errstr [$state]\n", 3)
if ($sth->trace() and $err);
# Don't let calling _send_request affect the current
# value of $@. (Override of $SIG{__DIE__} and $@ copied from
# DBD::Proxy.)
local $SIG{__DIE__} = 'DEFAULT';
local $@;
eval {
_send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[STATEMENT_DESTROY_REQ => $handle],
[STATEMENT_DESTROY_RESP => \$resp],
"sth::destroy", 1);
};
$sth->trace_msg("Error in DBD::JDBC::st::DESTROY: $@\n", 3)
if ($sth->trace() and $@);
## Calling finish as $sth->finish interferes with
## $DBI::errstr after this DESTROY completes. Calling
## finish($sth) doesn't. All we're currently after is
## setting Active to false, so it's possible that we
## should just do that explicitly here, but if finish
## ever does something else, we might want that something
## also.
finish($sth);
1;
}
# This private method retrieves an attribute value from the server.
#
# args: handle, attribute name
# returns: an array reference to a list of attribute values
sub _get_attr {
my ($sth, $attr) = @_;
my ($debug) = DBI->trace();
my @data;
return undef unless
_send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ =>
[INTEGER => $sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle'),
STRING => $attr]],
[GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP => \@data]);
return \@data;
}
# This private method sets an attribute value on the
# server. Attribute values are always passed as strings; the
# server is responsible for decoding them
#
# args: handle, attribute name, attribute value
sub _set_attr {
my ($sth, $attr, $value) = @_;
my $data;
return
_send_request($sth,
$sth->FETCH('jdbc_socket'), $sth->FETCH('jdbc_ber'),
[SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ =>
[INTEGER => $sth->FETCH('jdbc_handle'),
STRING => $attr,
STRING => $value]],
[SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP => \$data]);
}
# Returns the JDBC type code corresponding to a given DBI type code.
sub _jdbc_type {
my ($dbi_type) = @_;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARCHAR} if $dbi_type == SQL_VARCHAR;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{LONGVARCHAR} if $dbi_type == SQL_LONGVARCHAR;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARBINARY} if $dbi_type == SQL_VARBINARY;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{LONGVARBINARY} if $dbi_type == SQL_LONGVARBINARY;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{BIT} if $dbi_type == SQL_BIT;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{INTEGER} if $dbi_type == SQL_INTEGER;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{NUMERIC} if $dbi_type == SQL_NUMERIC;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{DECIMAL} if $dbi_type == SQL_DECIMAL;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{FLOAT} if $dbi_type == SQL_FLOAT;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{REAL} if $dbi_type == SQL_REAL;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{DOUBLE} if $dbi_type == SQL_DOUBLE;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{TINYINT} if $dbi_type == SQL_TINYINT;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{SMALLINT} if $dbi_type == SQL_SMALLINT;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{BIGINT} if $dbi_type == DBD::JDBC::SQL_BIGINT;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{BINARY} if $dbi_type == SQL_BINARY;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{CHAR} if $dbi_type == SQL_CHAR;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{DATE} if $dbi_type == SQL_DATE;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{TIME} if $dbi_type == SQL_TIME;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{TIMESTAMP} if $dbi_type == SQL_TIMESTAMP;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{ARRAY} if $dbi_type == SQL_ARRAY;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{BLOB} if $dbi_type == SQL_BLOB;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{CLOB} if $dbi_type == SQL_CLOB;
return $DBD::JDBC::Types{REF} if $dbi_type == SQL_REF;
# SQL_ALL_TYPES has no meaningful mapping.
# There's no SQL_XXX type to map to null.
undef;
}
# Returns the DBI type code correponding to the given JDBC
# type. If there's no known mapping, the JDBC type is
# returned.
sub _dbi_type {
my ($jdbc_type) = @_;
return SQL_VARCHAR if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARCHAR};
return SQL_LONGVARCHAR if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{LONGVARCHAR};
return SQL_VARBINARY if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{VARBINARY};
return SQL_LONGVARBINARY if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{LONGVARBINARY};
return SQL_BIT if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{BIT};
return SQL_INTEGER if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{INTEGER};
return SQL_NUMERIC if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{NUMERIC};
return SQL_DECIMAL if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{DECIMAL};
return SQL_FLOAT if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{FLOAT};
return SQL_REAL if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{REAL};
return SQL_DOUBLE if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{DOUBLE};
return SQL_TINYINT if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{TINYINT};
return SQL_SMALLINT if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{SMALLINT};
return DBD::JDBC::SQL_BIGINT if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{BIGINT};
return SQL_BINARY if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{BINARY};
return SQL_CHAR if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{CHAR};
return SQL_DATE if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{DATE};
return SQL_TIME if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{TIME};
return SQL_TIMESTAMP if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{TIMESTAMP};
return SQL_ARRAY if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{ARRAY};
return SQL_BLOB if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{BLOB};
return SQL_CLOB if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{CLOB};
return SQL_REF if $jdbc_type == $DBD::JDBC::Types{REF};
return $jdbc_type; # May define exported jdbc_ constants for this.
}
}
{
# This package contains the Convert::BER subclass which
# implements the application-specific BER packet types used
# by this driver. I've overridden the pack/unpack behavior of
# a few object types in a way consistent with Convert::BER
# but not documented.
#
# To add a new message type
# - add the request and response tag numbers
# - add the type definitions to the call to define()
# In the Java source,
# - create classes for the objects
# - add the tag numbers to BerDbdModule and register the
# request's factory method
# - add code to handle the request in Connection
package DBD::JDBC::BER;
use Convert::BER 1.31 qw(/^(\$|BER_|ber)/);
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION @ISA);
@ISA = qw(Convert::BER);
$VERSION = $DBD::JDBC::VERSION;
# Tag numbers.
sub JDBC_MYSEQUENCE () { 0 }
sub JDBC_ERROR_RESP () { 0xA + 1000 }
sub JDBC_CONNECT_REQ () { 0xB }
sub JDBC_CONNECT_RESP () { 0xB + 1000 }
sub JDBC_DISCONNECT_REQ () { 0xC }
sub JDBC_DISCONNECT_RESP () { 0xC + 1000 }
sub JDBC_COMMIT_REQ () { 0xD }
sub JDBC_COMMIT_RESP () { 0xD + 1000 }
sub JDBC_ROLLBACK_REQ () { 0xE }
sub JDBC_ROLLBACK_RESP () { 0xE + 1000 }
sub JDBC_PREPARE_REQ () { 0xF }
sub JDBC_PREPARE_RESP () { 0xF + 1000 }
sub JDBC_EXECUTE_REQ () { 0x10 }
sub JDBC_EXECUTE_RESP () { 0x10 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_FETCH_REQ () { 0x11 }
sub JDBC_FETCH_RESP () { 0x11 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_EXECUTE_ROWS_RESP () { 0x12 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_EXECUTE_RESULTSET_RESP () { 0x13 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ () { 0x14 }
sub JDBC_GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP () { 0x14 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ () { 0x15 }
sub JDBC_GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP () { 0x15 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ () { 0x16 }
sub JDBC_SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP () { 0x16 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ () { 0x17 }
sub JDBC_SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP () { 0x17 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_FINISH_REQ () { 0x18 }
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_FINISH_RESP () { 0x18 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_DESTROY_REQ () { 0x19 }
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_DESTROY_RESP () { 0x19 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_PING_REQ () { 0x1A }
sub JDBC_PING_RESP () { 0x1A + 1000 }
sub JDBC_HASH() { 0x1B }
sub JDBC_ERROR() { 0x1C }
sub JDBC_CONNECTION_FUNC_REQ() { 0x1D }
sub JDBC_CONNECTION_FUNC_RESP() { 0x1D + 1000 }
# Either Convert::BER or the Java BER classes are failing
# around 1E and 1F. Just skip those cases.
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_FUNC_REQ() { 0x20 }
sub JDBC_STATEMENT_FUNC_RESP() { 0x20 + 1000 }
sub JDBC_GET_GENERATED_KEYS_REQ() { 0x21 }
sub JDBC_GET_GENERATED_KEYS_RESP() { 0x21 + 1000 }
# Define name/type/tag triplets.
DBD::JDBC::BER->define(
[MYSEQUENCE => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_MYSEQUENCE())],
[ERROR_RESP => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_ERROR_RESP())],
[CONNECT_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_CONNECT_REQ())],
[CONNECT_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_CONNECT_RESP())],
[DISCONNECT_REQ => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_DISCONNECT_REQ())],
[DISCONNECT_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_DISCONNECT_RESP())],
[COMMIT_REQ=> $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_COMMIT_REQ())],
[COMMIT_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_COMMIT_RESP())],
[ROLLBACK_REQ => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_ROLLBACK_REQ())],
[ROLLBACK_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_ROLLBACK_RESP())],
#[PREPARE_REQ => $STRING,
# ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_PREPARE_REQ())],
[PREPARE_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_PREPARE_REQ())],
[PREPARE_RESP => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_PREPARE_RESP())],
[EXECUTE_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_EXECUTE_REQ())],
[EXECUTE_RESP => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_EXECUTE_RESP())],
[FETCH_REQ => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_FETCH_REQ())],
[FETCH_RESP => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_FETCH_RESP())],
[EXECUTE_ROWS_RESP => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_EXECUTE_ROWS_RESP())],
[EXECUTE_RESULTSET_RESP => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_EXECUTE_RESULTSET_RESP())],
[GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ => $STRING,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ())],
[GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP => 'MYSEQUENCE',
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR,
JDBC_GET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP())],
[SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR,
JDBC_SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQ())],
[SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE,
JDBC_SET_CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESP())],
[GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR,
JDBC_GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ())],
[GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP => 'MYSEQUENCE',
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR,
JDBC_GET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP())],
[SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR,
JDBC_SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_REQ())],
[SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE,
JDBC_SET_STATEMENT_PROPERTY_RESP())],
[STATEMENT_FINISH_REQ => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_STATEMENT_FINISH_REQ())],
[STATEMENT_FINISH_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_STATEMENT_FINISH_RESP())],
[STATEMENT_DESTROY_REQ => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_STATEMENT_DESTROY_REQ())],
[STATEMENT_DESTROY_RESP => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_STATEMENT_DESTROY_RESP())],
[PING_REQ => $NULL,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_PING_REQ())],
[PING_RESP => $INTEGER,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_PING_RESP())],
[GET_GENERATED_KEYS_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_GET_GENERATED_KEYS_REQ())],
[GET_GENERATED_KEYS_RESP => $STRING,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_PRIMITIVE, JDBC_GET_GENERATED_KEYS_RESP())],
[HASH => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_HASH())],
[ERROR => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_ERROR())],
# I was going to have the func response objects just be
# SEQUENCEs. However, when I tried to read the response data
# with [XXX_FUNC_RESP => [ OPTIONAL => STRING, OPTIONAL => NULL]
# (syntax approximate), I kept getting "buffer not empty"
# errors, so I gave up and went to MYSEQUENCE. The dumps of the
# buffers looked fine.
[CONNECTION_FUNC_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_CONNECTION_FUNC_REQ())],
[CONNECTION_FUNC_RESP => 'MYSEQUENCE',
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_CONNECTION_FUNC_RESP())],
[STATEMENT_FUNC_REQ => $SEQUENCE,
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_STATEMENT_FUNC_REQ())],
[STATEMENT_FUNC_RESP => 'MYSEQUENCE',
ber_tag(BER_APPLICATION | BER_CONSTRUCTOR, JDBC_STATEMENT_FUNC_RESP())],
);
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::MYSEQUENCE;
# I want to know the length of the contents, not the length of
# the packet, so $ber->length doesn't suffice.
sub _content_length {
my ($self, $ber) = @_;
my $pos = $ber->[ Convert::BER::_POS() ];
my $len = $ber->unpack_length();
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_POS() ] = $pos;
$len;
}
sub unpack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_;
if ($self->_content_length($ber) == 0) {
@$arg = ();
return 1;
}
my ($ber2, $tag, $i, $field);
# Unpack the buffer into a new BER object.
$self->unpack($ber, \$ber2);
# TODO: There should be a better way to do this. CHOICE, ANY, ... ?
# tag() will return undef when the end of the buffer is reached
for ($i = 0; $tag = $ber2->tag(); $i++) {
if ($tag == $ber2->NULL()) {
$ber2->decode(NULL => \$field);
push @$arg, undef;
}
elsif ($tag == $ber2->STRING()) {
$ber2->decode(STRING => \$field);
push @$arg, $field;
}
elsif ($tag == $ber2->INTEGER()) {
$ber2->decode(INTEGER => \$field);
push @$arg, $field;
}
}
1;
}
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::EXECUTE_REQ;
# Modified from Convert::BER::SEQUENCE;
sub pack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_; # $arg is an array ref
my ($handle, $param_count, $param_list) = @$arg;
# Convert::BER::_encode should have packed the tag value already.
# Build up the message body using a new BER object.
my $ber2 = $ber->new;
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $handle]); # handle
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $param_count]); # parameter count
my $i = 0;
while ($i < scalar(@$param_list)) {
my ($value, $type) = ($param_list->[$i], $param_list->[$i+1]);
$i += 2;
# Parameters may be null, but a type will always be specified.
defined $value
? $ber2->_encode([STRING => $value])
: $ber2->_encode([NULL => 0]);
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $type]);
}
$ber->pack_length(CORE::length($ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ]));
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ] .= $ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ];
1;
}
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::FETCH_RESP;
# TODO: Can this be another MYSEQUENCE?
sub unpack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_;
my ($ber2, $tag, $i, $field);
$self->unpack($ber, \$ber2);
# This value indicates whether or not there's a row to be decoded.
$ber2->decode(INTEGER => \$i);
push @$arg, $i;
if ($i) {
# tag() will return undef when the end of the buffer is reached
while ($tag = $ber2->tag()) {
if ($tag == $ber2->NULL()) {
$ber2->decode(NULL => \$field);
push @$arg, undef;
}
elsif ($tag == $ber2->STRING()) {
$ber2->decode(STRING => \$field);
push @$arg, $field;
}
$i++; # Used periodically in debugging.
}
}
1;
}
}
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::ERROR_RESP;
# This will push hash references containing the components of
# ERROR packets onto the array argument.
sub unpack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_;
my ($ber2);
$self->unpack($ber, \$ber2);
# tag() will return undef when the end of the buffer is reached;
while ($ber2->tag()) {
my %error;
$ber2->decode(ERROR => [STRING => \$error{'errstr'},
STRING => \$error{'err'},
STRING => \$error{'state'}]);
push @$arg, \%error;
}
1;
}
}
# A func request consists of a sequence in which the first
# element is a method name and the remaining elements are
# (alternating) values and typecodes.
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::CONNECTION_FUNC_REQ;
# Modified from Convert::BER::SEQUENCE;
sub pack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_; # $arg is an array ref
my ($method, $param_list) = @$arg;
# Convert::BER::_encode should have packed the tag value already.
# Build up the message body using a new BER object.
my $ber2 = $ber->new;
$ber2->_encode([STRING => $method]); # method name
my $i = 0;
while ($i < scalar(@$param_list)) {
my ($value, $type) = ($param_list->[$i], $param_list->[$i+1]);
$i += 2;
# Parameters may be null, but a type will always be specified.
defined $value
? $ber2->_encode([STRING => $value])
: $ber2->_encode([NULL => 0]);
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $type]);
}
$ber->pack_length(CORE::length($ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ]));
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ] .= $ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ];
1;
}
}
# A func request consists of a sequence in which the first
# element is a method name, the second element is a statement
# handle, and the remaining elements are (alternating) values and
# typecodes.
{
package DBD::JDBC::BER::STATEMENT_FUNC_REQ;
# Modified from Convert::BER::SEQUENCE;
sub pack_array {
my ($self, $ber, $arg) = @_; # $arg is an array ref
my ($handle, $method, $param_list) = @$arg;
# Convert::BER::_encode should have packed the tag value already.
# Build up the message body using a new BER object.
my $ber2 = $ber->new;
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $handle]); # handle
$ber2->_encode([STRING => $method]); # method name
my $i = 0;
while ($i < scalar(@$param_list)) {
my ($value, $type) = ($param_list->[$i], $param_list->[$i+1]);
$i += 2;
# Parameters may be null, but a type will always be specified.
defined $value
? $ber2->_encode([STRING => $value])
: $ber2->_encode([NULL => 0]);
$ber2->_encode([INTEGER => $type]);
}
$ber->pack_length(CORE::length($ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ]));
$ber->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ] .= $ber2->[ Convert::BER::_BUFFER() ];
1;
}
}
## ====================
package DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages;
# All error messages generated by DBD::JDBC, including the Java
# server component, but not including messages generated by the
# JDBC driver in use, are assigned a SQL state of 'IJDBC'. The
# server uses error numbers in the range 0-99, and DBD::JDBC
# proper uses error numbers in the range 100-199. Other error
# number ranges may be assigned as needed. (Note that we can't
# guarantee that the JDBC driver doesn't use the SQL state IJDBC;
# if it does, the application will have to distinguish between
# errors itself.)
$DBD::JDBC::ErrorMessages::sql_state = "IJDBC";
# This one is used in die, not set_err.
sub bad_autocommit_value($) {
return "Unsupported AutoCommit value $_[0]";
}
sub send_error($) {
return (100, $_[0], $sql_state);
}
sub recv_error($) {
return (101, $_[0], $sql_state);
}
sub ber_error($) {
return (102, $_[0], $sql_state);
}
sub missing_dsn_component($) {
return (103, "Missing $_[0] in dsn", $sql_state);
}
sub socket_error($) {
return (104, "Failed to open socket to server: $_[0]", $sql_state);
}
sub bad_execute() {
return (105, "Invalid execute response", $sql_state);
}
sub bad_func_method($) {
return (106, "Invalid func method name: $_[0]", $sql_state);
}
1;