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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
*
* pg_type.h
* definition of the "type" system catalog (pg_type)
*
*
* Portions Copyright (c) 1996-2018, PostgreSQL Global Development Group
* Portions Copyright (c) 1994, Regents of the University of California
*
* src/include/catalog/pg_type.h
*
* NOTES
* The Catalog.pm module reads this file and derives schema
* information.
*
*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
#ifndef PG_TYPE_H
#define PG_TYPE_H
#include "catalog/genbki.h"
#include "catalog/pg_type_d.h"
#include "catalog/objectaddress.h"
#include "nodes/nodes.h"
/* ----------------
* pg_type definition. cpp turns this into
* typedef struct FormData_pg_type
*
* Some of the values in a pg_type instance are copied into
* pg_attribute instances. Some parts of Postgres use the pg_type copy,
* while others use the pg_attribute copy, so they must match.
* See struct FormData_pg_attribute for details.
* ----------------
*/
CATALOG(pg_type,1247,TypeRelationId) BKI_BOOTSTRAP BKI_ROWTYPE_OID(71,TypeRelation_Rowtype_Id) BKI_SCHEMA_MACRO
{
/* type name */
NameData typname;
/* OID of namespace containing this type */
Oid typnamespace BKI_DEFAULT(PGNSP);
/* type owner */
Oid typowner BKI_DEFAULT(PGUID);
/*
* For a fixed-size type, typlen is the number of bytes we use to
* represent a value of this type, e.g. 4 for an int4. But for a
* variable-length type, typlen is negative. We use -1 to indicate a
* "varlena" type (one that has a length word), -2 to indicate a
* null-terminated C string.
*/
int16 typlen;
/*
* typbyval determines whether internal Postgres routines pass a value of
* this type by value or by reference. typbyval had better be false if
* the length is not 1, 2, or 4 (or 8 on 8-byte-Datum machines).
* Variable-length types are always passed by reference. Note that
* typbyval can be false even if the length would allow pass-by-value; for
* example, type macaddr8 is pass-by-ref even when Datum is 8 bytes.
*/
bool typbyval;
/*
* typtype is 'b' for a base type, 'c' for a composite type (e.g., a
* table's rowtype), 'd' for a domain, 'e' for an enum type, 'p' for a
* pseudo-type, or 'r' for a range type. (Use the TYPTYPE macros below.)
*
* If typtype is 'c', typrelid is the OID of the class' entry in pg_class.
*/
char typtype BKI_DEFAULT(b);
/*
* typcategory and typispreferred help the parser distinguish preferred
* and non-preferred coercions. The category can be any single ASCII
* character (but not \0). The categories used for built-in types are
* identified by the TYPCATEGORY macros below.
*/
/* arbitrary type classification */
char typcategory;
/* is type "preferred" within its category? */
bool typispreferred BKI_DEFAULT(f);
/*
* If typisdefined is false, the entry is only a placeholder (forward
* reference). We know the type's name and owner, but not yet anything
* else about it.
*/
bool typisdefined BKI_DEFAULT(t);
/* delimiter for arrays of this type */
char typdelim BKI_DEFAULT(',');
/* associated pg_class OID if a composite type, else 0 */
Oid typrelid BKI_DEFAULT(0);
/*
* If typelem is not 0 then it identifies another row in pg_type. The
* current type can then be subscripted like an array yielding values of
* type typelem. A non-zero typelem does not guarantee this type to be a
* "real" array type; some ordinary fixed-length types can also be
* subscripted (e.g., name, point). Variable-length types can *not* be
* turned into pseudo-arrays like that. Hence, the way to determine
* whether a type is a "true" array type is if:
*
* typelem != 0 and typlen == -1.
*/
Oid typelem BKI_DEFAULT(0) BKI_LOOKUP(pg_type);
/*
* If there is a "true" array type having this type as element type,
* typarray links to it. Zero if no associated "true" array type.
*/
Oid typarray BKI_DEFAULT(0) BKI_LOOKUP(pg_type);
/*
* I/O conversion procedures for the datatype.
*/
/* text format (required) */
regproc typinput BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
regproc typoutput BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
/* binary format (optional) */
regproc typreceive BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
regproc typsend BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
/*
* I/O functions for optional type modifiers.
*/
regproc typmodin BKI_DEFAULT(-) BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
regproc typmodout BKI_DEFAULT(-) BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
/*
* Custom ANALYZE procedure for the datatype (0 selects the default).
*/
regproc typanalyze BKI_DEFAULT(-) BKI_LOOKUP(pg_proc);
/* ----------------
* typalign is the alignment required when storing a value of this
* type. It applies to storage on disk as well as most
* representations of the value inside Postgres. When multiple values
* are stored consecutively, such as in the representation of a
* complete row on disk, padding is inserted before a datum of this
* type so that it begins on the specified boundary. The alignment
* reference is the beginning of the first datum in the sequence.
*
* 'c' = CHAR alignment, ie no alignment needed.
* 's' = SHORT alignment (2 bytes on most machines).
* 'i' = INT alignment (4 bytes on most machines).
* 'd' = DOUBLE alignment (8 bytes on many machines, but by no means all).
*
* See include/access/tupmacs.h for the macros that compute these
* alignment requirements. Note also that we allow the nominal alignment
* to be violated when storing "packed" varlenas; the TOAST mechanism
* takes care of hiding that from most code.
*
* NOTE: for types used in system tables, it is critical that the
* size and alignment defined in pg_type agree with the way that the
* compiler will lay out the field in a struct representing a table row.
* ----------------
*/
char typalign;
/* ----------------
* typstorage tells if the type is prepared for toasting and what
* the default strategy for attributes of this type should be.
*
* 'p' PLAIN type not prepared for toasting
* 'e' EXTERNAL external storage possible, don't try to compress
* 'x' EXTENDED try to compress and store external if required
* 'm' MAIN like 'x' but try to keep in main tuple
* ----------------
*/
char typstorage BKI_DEFAULT(p);
/*
* This flag represents a "NOT NULL" constraint against this datatype.
*
* If true, the attnotnull column for a corresponding table column using
* this datatype will always enforce the NOT NULL constraint.
*
* Used primarily for domain types.
*/
bool typnotnull BKI_DEFAULT(f);
/*
* Domains use typbasetype to show the base (or domain) type that the
* domain is based on. Zero if the type is not a domain.
*/
Oid typbasetype BKI_DEFAULT(0);
/*
* Domains use typtypmod to record the typmod to be applied to their base
* type (-1 if base type does not use a typmod). -1 if this type is not a
* domain.
*/
int32 typtypmod BKI_DEFAULT(-1);
/*
* typndims is the declared number of dimensions for an array domain type
* (i.e., typbasetype is an array type). Otherwise zero.
*/
int32 typndims BKI_DEFAULT(0);
/*
* Collation: 0 if type cannot use collations, DEFAULT_COLLATION_OID for
* collatable base types, possibly other OID for domains
*/
Oid typcollation BKI_DEFAULT(0);
#ifdef CATALOG_VARLEN /* variable-length fields start here */
/*
* If typdefaultbin is not NULL, it is the nodeToString representation of
* a default expression for the type. Currently this is only used for
* domains.
*/
pg_node_tree typdefaultbin BKI_DEFAULT(_null_);
/*
* typdefault is NULL if the type has no associated default value. If
* typdefaultbin is not NULL, typdefault must contain a human-readable
* version of the default expression represented by typdefaultbin. If
* typdefaultbin is NULL and typdefault is not, then typdefault is the
* external representation of the type's default value, which may be fed
* to the type's input converter to produce a constant.
*/
text typdefault BKI_DEFAULT(_null_);
/*
* Access permissions
*/
aclitem typacl[1] BKI_DEFAULT(_null_);
#endif
} FormData_pg_type;
/* ----------------
* Form_pg_type corresponds to a pointer to a row with
* the format of pg_type relation.
* ----------------
*/
typedef FormData_pg_type *Form_pg_type;
#ifdef EXPOSE_TO_CLIENT_CODE
/*
* macros for values of poor-mans-enumerated-type columns
*/
#define TYPTYPE_BASE 'b' /* base type (ordinary scalar type) */
#define TYPTYPE_COMPOSITE 'c' /* composite (e.g., table's rowtype) */
#define TYPTYPE_DOMAIN 'd' /* domain over another type */
#define TYPTYPE_ENUM 'e' /* enumerated type */
#define TYPTYPE_PSEUDO 'p' /* pseudo-type */
#define TYPTYPE_RANGE 'r' /* range type */
#define TYPCATEGORY_INVALID '\0' /* not an allowed category */
#define TYPCATEGORY_ARRAY 'A'
#define TYPCATEGORY_BOOLEAN 'B'
#define TYPCATEGORY_COMPOSITE 'C'
#define TYPCATEGORY_DATETIME 'D'
#define TYPCATEGORY_ENUM 'E'
#define TYPCATEGORY_GEOMETRIC 'G'
#define TYPCATEGORY_NETWORK 'I' /* think INET */
#define TYPCATEGORY_NUMERIC 'N'
#define TYPCATEGORY_PSEUDOTYPE 'P'
#define TYPCATEGORY_RANGE 'R'
#define TYPCATEGORY_STRING 'S'
#define TYPCATEGORY_TIMESPAN 'T'
#define TYPCATEGORY_USER 'U'
#define TYPCATEGORY_BITSTRING 'V' /* er ... "varbit"? */
#define TYPCATEGORY_UNKNOWN 'X'
/* Is a type OID a polymorphic pseudotype? (Beware of multiple evaluation) */
#define IsPolymorphicType(typid) \
((typid) == ANYELEMENTOID || \
(typid) == ANYARRAYOID || \
(typid) == ANYNONARRAYOID || \
(typid) == ANYENUMOID || \
(typid) == ANYRANGEOID)
#endif /* EXPOSE_TO_CLIENT_CODE */
extern ObjectAddress TypeShellMake(const char *typeName,
Oid typeNamespace,
Oid ownerId);
extern ObjectAddress TypeCreate(Oid newTypeOid,
const char *typeName,
Oid typeNamespace,
Oid relationOid,
char relationKind,
Oid ownerId,
int16 internalSize,
char typeType,
char typeCategory,
bool typePreferred,
char typDelim,
Oid inputProcedure,
Oid outputProcedure,
Oid receiveProcedure,
Oid sendProcedure,
Oid typmodinProcedure,
Oid typmodoutProcedure,
Oid analyzeProcedure,
Oid elementType,
bool isImplicitArray,
Oid arrayType,
Oid baseType,
const char *defaultTypeValue,
char *defaultTypeBin,
bool passedByValue,
char alignment,
char storage,
int32 typeMod,
int32 typNDims,
bool typeNotNull,
Oid typeCollation);
extern void GenerateTypeDependencies(Oid typeNamespace,
Oid typeObjectId,
Oid relationOid,
char relationKind,
Oid owner,
Oid inputProcedure,
Oid outputProcedure,
Oid receiveProcedure,
Oid sendProcedure,
Oid typmodinProcedure,
Oid typmodoutProcedure,
Oid analyzeProcedure,
Oid elementType,
bool isImplicitArray,
Oid baseType,
Oid typeCollation,
Node *defaultExpr,
bool rebuild);
extern void RenameTypeInternal(Oid typeOid, const char *newTypeName,
Oid typeNamespace);
extern char *makeArrayTypeName(const char *typeName, Oid typeNamespace);
extern bool moveArrayTypeName(Oid typeOid, const char *typeName,
Oid typeNamespace);
#endif /* PG_TYPE_H */