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KOLANICH commented Jan 11, 2019

Sometimes it is needed to store compressed data in the DB. Unfortunately not all the DBs have built-in compression and FUSE compressed FSes are not available for every OS. So it may make sense to store compressed binary blobs in the DB.

Unfortunately when one sees them in DBeaver he sees them compressed, but often they are needed uncompressed. So it'd be nice to have a feature to decompress the

JeanGolang commented Feb 7, 2017

Hello Philip!
I think there is an issue with this part of the code of rqlite (store/store.go).

func (s *Store) Database(leader bool) ([]byte, error) {
	if leader && s.raft.State() != raft.Leader {
		return nil, ErrNotLeader
	// Ensure only one snapshot can take place at once, and block all queries.

	f, err := ioutil.TempFile("", "rqlilte-snap-
weiznich commented Nov 27, 2020

With #2571 merged diesel now officially supports GROUP BY causes. As mentioned in #210 we have no concrete planes for supporting HAVING clauses in the next release. I've opening this issue to just have one for HAVING clauses + write down some notes for potential contributors. So if anyone is interested in adding support for such clauses feel free to open a PR.

Steps to add support for `HA

abonander commented Nov 16, 2020

In my experience, far and away the primary reason to use DatabaseError::downcast_ref() is to check the constraint name. It would be nice not to have to downcast, though:

 pub trait DatabaseError: ... {
    // existing methods omitted

    /// Returns the name of the constraint that triggered the error, if

Created by D. Richard Hipp

Released August 17, 2000


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