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package gorm
import (
"errors"
"strings"
)
var (
// ErrRecordNotFound returns a "record not found error". Occurs only when attempting to query the database with a struct; querying with a slice won't return this error
ErrRecordNotFound = errors.New("record not found")
// ErrInvalidSQL occurs when you attempt a query with invalid SQL
ErrInvalidSQL = errors.New("invalid SQL")
// ErrInvalidTransaction occurs when you are trying to `Commit` or `Rollback`
ErrInvalidTransaction = errors.New("no valid transaction")
// ErrCantStartTransaction can't start transaction when you are trying to start one with `Begin`
ErrCantStartTransaction = errors.New("can't start transaction")
// ErrUnaddressable unaddressable value
ErrUnaddressable = errors.New("using unaddressable value")
)
// Errors contains all happened errors
type Errors []error
// IsRecordNotFoundError returns true if error contains a RecordNotFound error
func IsRecordNotFoundError(err error) bool {
if errs, ok := err.(Errors); ok {
for _, err := range errs {
if err == ErrRecordNotFound {
return true
}
}
}
return err == ErrRecordNotFound
}
// GetErrors gets all errors that have occurred and returns a slice of errors (Error type)
func (errs Errors) GetErrors() []error {
return errs
}
// Add adds an error to a given slice of errors
func (errs Errors) Add(newErrors ...error) Errors {
for _, err := range newErrors {
if err == nil {
continue
}
if errors, ok := err.(Errors); ok {
errs = errs.Add(errors...)
} else {
ok = true
for _, e := range errs {
if err == e {
ok = false
}
}
if ok {
errs = append(errs, err)
}
}
}
return errs
}
// Error takes a slice of all errors that have occurred and returns it as a formatted string
func (errs Errors) Error() string {
var errors = []string{}
for _, e := range errs {
errors = append(errors, e.Error())
}
return strings.Join(errors, "; ")
}