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Upsert code fails with composite unique key #5351

antoineDeRengerve opened this Issue Feb 2, 2016 · 0 comments


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antoineDeRengerve commented Feb 2, 2016

(Maybe related to #4776)
Upserts work correctly when there are unique indexes for only one value not with composite unique keys.

I defined in sequelize : (in an option of orm.define)

                    type: "unique",
                    fields: ['PartId', 'code'],
                    name: "StEvt_partCode"

The operation fails with :

ERROR:  duplicate key value violates unique constraint "StEvt_partCode"
DETAIL:  Key ("PartId", code)=(1, 0) already exists.
CONTEXT:  SQL statement "UPDATE "StatusEvts" SET "PartId"=1,"code"=0,"msg"='Normal'"
PL/pgSQL function pg_temp_2.sequelize_upsert() line 1 at SQL statement

And the composite unique key is not explained in a where option of the UPDATE part of the query.

@janmeier janmeier added the bug label Feb 21, 2016

@janmeier janmeier closed this in 7764212 Feb 21, 2016

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