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# 2004 Jan 14
#
# The author disclaims copyright to this source code. In place of
# a legal notice, here is a blessing:
#
# May you do good and not evil.
# May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
# May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
#
#***********************************************************************
# This file implements regression tests for TCL interface to the
# SQLite library.
#
# The focus of the tests in this file is the following interface:
#
# sqlite_commit_hook (tests hook-1..hook-3 inclusive)
# sqlite_update_hook (tests hook-4-*)
# sqlite_rollback_hook (tests hook-5.*)
#
# $Id: hook.test,v 1.15 2009/04/07 14:14:23 danielk1977 Exp $
set testdir [file dirname $argv0]
source $testdir/tester.tcl
set ::testprefix hook
do_test hook-1.2 {
db commit_hook
} {}
do_test hook-3.1 {
set commit_cnt 0
proc commit_hook {} {
incr ::commit_cnt
return 0
}
db commit_hook ::commit_hook
db commit_hook
} {::commit_hook}
do_test hook-3.2 {
set commit_cnt
} {0}
do_test hook-3.3 {
execsql {
CREATE TABLE t2(a,b);
}
set commit_cnt
} {1}
do_test hook-3.4 {
execsql {
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1,2);
INSERT INTO t2 SELECT a+1, b+1 FROM t2;
INSERT INTO t2 SELECT a+2, b+2 FROM t2;
}
set commit_cnt
} {4}
do_test hook-3.5 {
set commit_cnt {}
proc commit_hook {} {
set ::commit_cnt [execsql {SELECT * FROM t2}]
return 0
}
execsql {
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(5,6);
}
set commit_cnt
} {1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6}
do_test hook-3.6 {
set commit_cnt {}
proc commit_hook {} {
set ::commit_cnt [execsql {SELECT * FROM t2}]
return 1
}
catchsql {
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(6,7);
}
} {1 {constraint failed}}
verify_ex_errcode hook-3.6b SQLITE_CONSTRAINT_COMMITHOOK
do_test hook-3.7 {
set ::commit_cnt
} {1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7}
do_test hook-3.8 {
execsql {SELECT * FROM t2}
} {1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6}
# Test turnning off the commit hook
#
do_test hook-3.9 {
db commit_hook {}
set ::commit_cnt {}
execsql {
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(7,8);
}
set ::commit_cnt
} {}
# Ticket #3564.
#
do_test hook-3.10 {
forcedelete test2.db test2.db-journal
sqlite3 db2 test2.db
proc commit_hook {} {
set y [db2 one {SELECT y FROM t3 WHERE y>10}]
return [expr {$y>10}]
}
db2 eval {CREATE TABLE t3(x,y)}
db2 commit_hook commit_hook
catchsql {INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(1,2)} db2
catchsql {INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(11,12)} db2
catchsql {INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(3,4)} db2
db2 eval {
SELECT * FROM t3 ORDER BY x;
}
} {1 2 3 4}
db2 close
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Tests for the update-hook.
#
# 4.1.* - Very simple tests. Test that the update hook is invoked correctly
# for INSERT, DELETE and UPDATE statements, including DELETE
# statements with no WHERE clause.
# 4.2.* - Check that the update-hook is invoked for rows modified by trigger
# bodies. Also that the database name is correctly reported when
# an attached database is modified.
# 4.3.* - Do some sorting, grouping, compound queries, population and
# depopulation of indices, to make sure the update-hook is not
# invoked incorrectly.
#
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-21999-45122 The sqlite3_update_hook() interface
# registers a callback function with the database connection identified
# by the first argument to be invoked whenever a row is updated,
# inserted or deleted in a rowid table.
# Simple tests
do_test hook-4.1.1a {
catchsql {
DROP TABLE t1;
}
unset -nocomplain ::update_hook
set ::update_hook {}
db update_hook [list lappend ::update_hook]
#
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-52223-27275 The update hook is not invoked when
# internal system tables are modified (i.e. sqlite_master and
# sqlite_sequence).
#
execsql {
CREATE TABLE t1(a INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, b);
CREATE TABLE t1w(a INT PRIMARY KEY, b) WITHOUT ROWID;
}
set ::update_hook
} {}
do_test hook-4.1.1b {
execsql {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2, 'two');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3, 'three');
INSERT INTO t1w SELECT * FROM t1;
}
} {}
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-15506-57666 The second callback argument is one of
# SQLITE_INSERT, SQLITE_DELETE, or SQLITE_UPDATE, depending on the
# operation that caused the callback to be invoked.
#
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-29213-61195 The third and fourth arguments to the
# callback contain pointers to the database and table name containing
# the affected row.
#
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-30809-57812 The final callback parameter is the rowid
# of the row.
#
do_test hook-4.1.2 {
set ::update_hook {}
execsql {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(4, 'four');
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE b = 'two';
UPDATE t1 SET b = '' WHERE a = 1 OR a = 3;
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE 1; -- Avoid the truncate optimization (for now)
}
set ::update_hook
} [list \
INSERT main t1 4 \
DELETE main t1 2 \
UPDATE main t1 1 \
UPDATE main t1 3 \
DELETE main t1 1 \
DELETE main t1 3 \
DELETE main t1 4 \
]
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-61808-14344 The sqlite3_update_hook() interface does
# not fire callbacks for changes to a WITHOUT ROWID table.
#
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-33257-44249 The update hook is not invoked when WITHOUT
# ROWID tables are modified.
#
do_test hook-4.1.2w {
set ::update_hook {}
execsql {
INSERT INTO t1w VALUES(4, 'four');
DELETE FROM t1w WHERE b = 'two';
UPDATE t1w SET b = '' WHERE a = 1 OR a = 3;
DELETE FROM t1w WHERE 1; -- Avoid the truncate optimization (for now)
}
set ::update_hook
} {}
ifcapable trigger {
# Update hook is not invoked for changes to sqlite_master
#
do_test hook-4.1.3 {
set ::update_hook {}
execsql {
CREATE TRIGGER r1 AFTER INSERT ON t1 BEGIN SELECT RAISE(IGNORE); END;
}
set ::update_hook
} {}
do_test hook-4.1.4 {
set ::update_hook {}
execsql {
DROP TRIGGER r1;
}
set ::update_hook
} {}
set ::update_hook {}
do_test hook-4.2.1 {
catchsql {
DROP TABLE t2;
}
execsql {
CREATE TABLE t2(c INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, d);
CREATE TRIGGER t1_trigger AFTER INSERT ON t1 BEGIN
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(new.a, new.b);
UPDATE t2 SET d = d || ' via trigger' WHERE new.a = c;
DELETE FROM t2 WHERE new.a = c;
END;
}
} {}
do_test hook-4.2.2 {
execsql {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2, 'two');
}
set ::update_hook
} [list \
INSERT main t1 1 \
INSERT main t2 1 \
UPDATE main t2 1 \
DELETE main t2 1 \
INSERT main t1 2 \
INSERT main t2 2 \
UPDATE main t2 2 \
DELETE main t2 2 \
]
} else {
execsql {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2, 'two');
}
}
# Update-hook + ATTACH
set ::update_hook {}
ifcapable attach {
do_test hook-4.2.3 {
forcedelete test2.db
execsql {
ATTACH 'test2.db' AS aux;
CREATE TABLE aux.t3(a INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, b);
INSERT INTO aux.t3 SELECT * FROM t1;
UPDATE t3 SET b = 'two or so' WHERE a = 2;
DELETE FROM t3 WHERE 1; -- Avoid the truncate optimization (for now)
}
set ::update_hook
} [list \
INSERT aux t3 1 \
INSERT aux t3 2 \
UPDATE aux t3 2 \
DELETE aux t3 1 \
DELETE aux t3 2 \
]
}
ifcapable trigger {
execsql {
DROP TRIGGER t1_trigger;
}
}
# Test that other vdbe operations involving btree structures do not
# incorrectly invoke the update-hook.
set ::update_hook {}
do_test hook-4.3.1 {
execsql {
CREATE INDEX t1_i ON t1(b);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3, 'three');
UPDATE t1 SET b = '';
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE a > 1;
}
set ::update_hook
} [list \
INSERT main t1 3 \
UPDATE main t1 1 \
UPDATE main t1 2 \
UPDATE main t1 3 \
DELETE main t1 2 \
DELETE main t1 3 \
]
set ::update_hook {}
ifcapable compound&&attach {
do_test hook-4.3.2 {
execsql {
SELECT * FROM t1 UNION SELECT * FROM t3;
SELECT * FROM t1 UNION ALL SELECT * FROM t3;
SELECT * FROM t1 INTERSECT SELECT * FROM t3;
SELECT * FROM t1 EXCEPT SELECT * FROM t3;
SELECT * FROM t1 ORDER BY b;
SELECT * FROM t1 GROUP BY b;
}
set ::update_hook
} [list]
}
do_test hook-4.4 {
execsql {
CREATE TABLE t4(a UNIQUE, b);
INSERT INTO t4 VALUES(1, 'a');
INSERT INTO t4 VALUES(2, 'b');
}
set ::update_hook [list]
execsql {
REPLACE INTO t4 VALUES(1, 'c');
}
set ::update_hook
} [list INSERT main t4 3 ]
do_execsql_test hook-4.4.1 {
SELECT * FROM t4 ORDER BY a;
} {1 c 2 b}
do_test hook-4.4.2 {
set ::update_hook [list]
execsql {
PRAGMA recursive_triggers = on;
REPLACE INTO t4 VALUES(1, 'd');
}
set ::update_hook
} [list INSERT main t4 4 ]
do_execsql_test hook-4.4.3 {
SELECT * FROM t4 ORDER BY a;
} {1 d 2 b}
db update_hook {}
#
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test the rollback-hook. The rollback-hook is a bit more complicated than
# either the commit or update hooks because a rollback can happen
# explicitly (an sql ROLLBACK statement) or implicitly (a constraint or
# error condition).
#
# hook-5.1.* - Test explicit rollbacks.
# hook-5.2.* - Test implicit rollbacks caused by constraint failure.
#
# hook-5.3.* - Test implicit rollbacks caused by IO errors.
# hook-5.4.* - Test implicit rollbacks caused by malloc() failure.
# hook-5.5.* - Test hot-journal rollbacks. Or should the rollback hook
# not be called for these?
#
do_test hook-5.0 {
# Configure the rollback hook to increment global variable
# $::rollback_hook each time it is invoked.
set ::rollback_hook 0
db rollback_hook [list incr ::rollback_hook]
} {}
# Test explicit rollbacks. Not much can really go wrong here.
#
do_test hook-5.1.1 {
set ::rollback_hook 0
execsql {
BEGIN;
ROLLBACK;
}
set ::rollback_hook
} {1}
# Test implicit rollbacks caused by constraints.
#
do_test hook-5.2.1 {
set ::rollback_hook 0
catchsql {
DROP TABLE t1;
CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('one', 'I');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('one', 'I');
}
set ::rollback_hook
} {1}
do_test hook-5.2.2 {
# Check that the INSERT transaction above really was rolled back.
execsql {
SELECT count(*) FROM t1;
}
} {1}
#
# End rollback-hook testing.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that if a commit-hook returns non-zero (causing a rollback), the
# rollback-hook is invoked.
#
proc commit_hook {} {
lappend ::hooks COMMIT
return 1
}
proc rollback_hook {} {
lappend ::hooks ROLLBACK
}
do_test hook-6.1 {
set ::hooks [list]
db commit_hook commit_hook
db rollback_hook rollback_hook
catchsql {
BEGIN;
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('two', 'II');
COMMIT;
}
execsql { SELECT * FROM t1 }
} {one I}
do_test hook-6.2 {
set ::hooks
} {COMMIT ROLLBACK}
unset ::hooks
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following tests - hook-7.* - test the pre-update hook.
#
ifcapable !preupdate {
finish_test
return
}
#
# 7.1.1 - INSERT statement.
# 7.1.2 - INSERT INTO ... SELECT statement.
# 7.1.3 - REPLACE INTO ... (rowid conflict)
# 7.1.4 - REPLACE INTO ... (other index conflicts)
# 7.1.5 - REPLACE INTO ... (both rowid and other index conflicts)
#
# 7.2.1 - DELETE statement.
# 7.2.2 - DELETE statement that uses the truncate optimization.
#
# 7.3.1 - UPDATE statement.
# 7.3.2 - UPDATE statement that modifies the rowid.
# 7.3.3 - UPDATE OR REPLACE ... (rowid conflict).
# 7.3.4 - UPDATE OR REPLACE ... (other index conflicts)
# 7.3.4 - UPDATE OR REPLACE ... (both rowid and other index conflicts)
#
# 7.4.1 - Test that the pre-update-hook is invoked only once if a row being
# deleted is removed by a BEFORE trigger.
#
# 7.4.2 - Test that the pre-update-hook is invoked if a BEFORE trigger
# removes a row being updated. In this case the update hook should
# be invoked with SQLITE_INSERT as the opcode when inserting the
# new version of the row.
#
# TODO: Short records (those created before a column is added to a table
# using ALTER TABLE)
#
proc do_preupdate_test {tn sql x} {
set X [list]
foreach elem $x {lappend X $elem}
uplevel do_test $tn [list "
set ::preupdate \[list\]
execsql { $sql }
set ::preupdate
"] [list $X]
}
proc preupdate_hook {args} {
set type [lindex $args 0]
eval lappend ::preupdate $args
if {$type != "INSERT"} {
for {set i 0} {$i < [db preupdate count]} {incr i} {
lappend ::preupdate [db preupdate old $i]
}
}
if {$type != "DELETE"} {
for {set i 0} {$i < [db preupdate count]} {incr i} {
set rc [catch { db preupdate new $i } v]
lappend ::preupdate $v
}
}
}
db close
forcedelete test.db
sqlite3 db test.db
db preupdate hook preupdate_hook
# Set up a schema to use for tests 7.1.* to 7.3.*.
do_execsql_test 7.0 {
CREATE TABLE t1(a, b);
CREATE TABLE t2(x, y);
CREATE TABLE t3(i, j, UNIQUE(i));
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES('a', 'b');
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES('c', 'd');
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(4, 16);
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(5, 25);
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(6, 36);
}
do_preupdate_test 7.1.1 {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('x', 'y')
} {INSERT main t1 1 1 x y}
# 7.1.2.1 does not use the xfer optimization. 7.1.2.2 does.
do_preupdate_test 7.1.2.1 {
INSERT INTO t1 SELECT y, x FROM t2;
} {INSERT main t1 2 2 b a INSERT main t1 3 3 d c}
do_preupdate_test 7.1.2.2 {
INSERT INTO t1 SELECT * FROM t2;
} {INSERT main t1 4 4 a b INSERT main t1 5 5 c d}
do_preupdate_test 7.1.3 {
REPLACE INTO t1(rowid, a, b) VALUES(1, 1, 1);
} {
DELETE main t1 1 1 x y
INSERT main t1 1 1 1 1
}
do_preupdate_test 7.1.4 {
REPLACE INTO t3 VALUES(4, NULL);
} {
DELETE main t3 1 1 4 16
INSERT main t3 4 4 4 {}
}
do_preupdate_test 7.1.5 {
REPLACE INTO t3(rowid, i, j) VALUES(2, 6, NULL);
} {
DELETE main t3 2 2 5 25
DELETE main t3 3 3 6 36
INSERT main t3 2 2 6 {}
}
do_execsql_test 7.2.0 { SELECT rowid FROM t1 } {1 2 3 4 5}
do_preupdate_test 7.2.1 {
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE rowid = 3
} {
DELETE main t1 3 3 d c
}
do_preupdate_test 7.2.2 {
DELETE FROM t1
} {
DELETE main t1 1 1 1 1
DELETE main t1 2 2 b a
DELETE main t1 4 4 a b
DELETE main t1 5 5 c d
}
do_execsql_test 7.3.0 {
DELETE FROM t1;
DELETE FROM t2;
DELETE FROM t3;
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES('a', 'b');
INSERT INTO t2 VALUES('c', 'd');
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(4, 16);
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(5, 25);
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(6, 36);
}
do_preupdate_test 7.3.1 {
UPDATE t2 SET y = y||y;
} {
UPDATE main t2 1 1 a b a bb
UPDATE main t2 2 2 c d c dd
}
do_preupdate_test 7.3.2 {
UPDATE t2 SET rowid = rowid-1;
} {
UPDATE main t2 1 0 a bb a bb
UPDATE main t2 2 1 c dd c dd
}
do_preupdate_test 7.3.3 {
UPDATE OR REPLACE t2 SET rowid = 1 WHERE x = 'a'
} {
DELETE main t2 1 1 c dd
UPDATE main t2 0 1 a bb a bb
}
do_preupdate_test 7.3.4.1 {
UPDATE OR REPLACE t3 SET i = 5 WHERE i = 6
} {
DELETE main t3 2 2 5 25
UPDATE main t3 3 3 6 36 5 36
}
do_execsql_test 7.3.4.2 {
INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(10, 100);
SELECT rowid, * FROM t3;
} {1 4 16 3 5 36 4 10 100}
do_preupdate_test 7.3.5 {
UPDATE OR REPLACE t3 SET rowid = 1, i = 5 WHERE j = 100;
} {
DELETE main t3 1 1 4 16
DELETE main t3 3 3 5 36
UPDATE main t3 4 1 10 100 5 100
}
do_execsql_test 7.4.1.0 {
CREATE TABLE t4(a, b);
INSERT INTO t4 VALUES('a', 1);
INSERT INTO t4 VALUES('b', 2);
INSERT INTO t4 VALUES('c', 3);
CREATE TRIGGER t4t BEFORE DELETE ON t4 BEGIN
DELETE FROM t4 WHERE b = 1;
END;
}
do_preupdate_test 7.4.1.1 {
DELETE FROM t4 WHERE b = 3
} {
DELETE main t4 1 1 a 1
DELETE main t4 3 3 c 3
}
do_execsql_test 7.4.1.2 {
INSERT INTO t4(rowid, a, b) VALUES(1, 'a', 1);
INSERT INTO t4(rowid, a, b) VALUES(3, 'c', 3);
}
do_preupdate_test 7.4.1.3 {
DELETE FROM t4 WHERE b = 1
} {
DELETE main t4 1 1 a 1
}
do_execsql_test 7.4.2.0 {
CREATE TABLE t5(a, b);
INSERT INTO t5 VALUES('a', 1);
INSERT INTO t5 VALUES('b', 2);
INSERT INTO t5 VALUES('c', 3);
CREATE TRIGGER t5t BEFORE UPDATE ON t5 BEGIN
DELETE FROM t5 WHERE b = 1;
END;
}
do_preupdate_test 7.4.2.1 {
UPDATE t5 SET b = 4 WHERE a = 'c'
} {
DELETE main t5 1 1 a 1
UPDATE main t5 3 3 c 3 c 4
}
do_execsql_test 7.4.2.2 {
INSERT INTO t5(rowid, a, b) VALUES(1, 'a', 1);
}
do_preupdate_test 7.4.2.3 {
UPDATE t5 SET b = 5 WHERE a = 'a'
} {
DELETE main t5 1 1 a 1
}
do_execsql_test 7.5.1.0 {
CREATE TABLE t7(a, b);
INSERT INTO t7 VALUES('one', 'two');
INSERT INTO t7 VALUES('three', 'four');
ALTER TABLE t7 ADD COLUMN c DEFAULT NULL;
}
do_preupdate_test 7.5.1.1 {
DELETE FROM t7 WHERE a = 'one'
} {
DELETE main t7 1 1 one two {}
}
do_preupdate_test 7.5.1.2 {
UPDATE t7 SET b = 'five'
} {
UPDATE main t7 2 2 three four {} three five {}
}
do_execsql_test 7.5.2.0 {
CREATE TABLE t8(a, b);
INSERT INTO t8 VALUES('one', 'two');
INSERT INTO t8 VALUES('three', 'four');
ALTER TABLE t8 ADD COLUMN c DEFAULT 'xxx';
}
if 0 {
# At time of writing, these two are broken. They demonstrate that the
# sqlite3_preupdate_old() method does not handle the case where ALTER TABLE
# has been used to add a column with a default value other than NULL.
#
do_preupdate_test 7.5.2.1 {
DELETE FROM t8 WHERE a = 'one'
} {
DELETE main t8 1 1 one two xxx
}
do_preupdate_test 7.5.2.2 {
UPDATE t8 SET b = 'five'
} {
UPDATE main t8 2 2 three four xxx three five xxx
}
}
# This block of tests verifies that IPK values are correctly reported
# by the sqlite3_preupdate_old() and sqlite3_preupdate_new() functions.
#
do_execsql_test 7.6.1 { CREATE TABLE t9(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, c) }
do_preupdate_test 7.6.2 {
INSERT INTO t9 VALUES(1, 2, 3);
UPDATE t9 SET b = b+1, c = c+1;
DELETE FROM t9 WHERE a = 1;
} {
INSERT main t9 2 2 1 2 3
UPDATE main t9 2 3 1 2 3 1 3 4
DELETE main t9 3 3 1 3 4
}
#--------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that the sqlite3_preupdate_depth() API seems to work.
#
proc preupdate_hook {args} {
set type [lindex $args 0]
eval lappend ::preupdate $args
eval lappend ::preupdate [db preupdate depth]
if {$type != "INSERT"} {
for {set i 0} {$i < [db preupdate count]} {incr i} {
lappend ::preupdate [db preupdate old $i]
}
}
if {$type != "DELETE"} {
for {set i 0} {$i < [db preupdate count]} {incr i} {
set rc [catch { db preupdate new $i } v]
lappend ::preupdate $v
}
}
}
db close
forcedelete test.db
sqlite3 db test.db
db preupdate hook preupdate_hook
do_execsql_test 7.6.1 {
CREATE TABLE t1(x PRIMARY KEY);
CREATE TABLE t2(x PRIMARY KEY);
CREATE TABLE t3(x PRIMARY KEY);
CREATE TABLE t4(x PRIMARY KEY);
CREATE TRIGGER a AFTER INSERT ON t1 BEGIN INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER b AFTER INSERT ON t2 BEGIN INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER c AFTER INSERT ON t3 BEGIN INSERT INTO t4 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER d AFTER UPDATE ON t1 BEGIN UPDATE t2 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER e AFTER UPDATE ON t2 BEGIN UPDATE t3 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER f AFTER UPDATE ON t3 BEGIN UPDATE t4 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER g AFTER DELETE ON t1 BEGIN DELETE FROM t2 WHERE 1; END;
CREATE TRIGGER h AFTER DELETE ON t2 BEGIN DELETE FROM t3 WHERE 1; END;
CREATE TRIGGER i AFTER DELETE ON t3 BEGIN DELETE FROM t4 WHERE 1; END;
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.2 {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('xyz');
} {
INSERT main t1 1 1 0 xyz
INSERT main t2 1 1 1 xyz
INSERT main t3 1 1 2 xyz
INSERT main t4 1 1 3 xyz
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.3 {
UPDATE t1 SET x = 'abc';
} {
UPDATE main t1 1 1 0 xyz abc
UPDATE main t2 1 1 1 xyz abc
UPDATE main t3 1 1 2 xyz abc
UPDATE main t4 1 1 3 xyz abc
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.4 {
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE 1;
} {
DELETE main t1 1 1 0 abc
DELETE main t2 1 1 1 abc
DELETE main t3 1 1 2 abc
DELETE main t4 1 1 3 abc
}
do_execsql_test 7.6.5 {
DROP TRIGGER a; DROP TRIGGER b; DROP TRIGGER c;
DROP TRIGGER d; DROP TRIGGER e; DROP TRIGGER f;
DROP TRIGGER g; DROP TRIGGER h; DROP TRIGGER i;
CREATE TRIGGER a BEFORE INSERT ON t1 BEGIN INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER b BEFORE INSERT ON t2 BEGIN INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER c BEFORE INSERT ON t3 BEGIN INSERT INTO t4 VALUES(new.x); END;
CREATE TRIGGER d BEFORE UPDATE ON t1 BEGIN UPDATE t2 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER e BEFORE UPDATE ON t2 BEGIN UPDATE t3 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER f BEFORE UPDATE ON t3 BEGIN UPDATE t4 SET x = new.x; END;
CREATE TRIGGER g BEFORE DELETE ON t1 BEGIN DELETE FROM t2 WHERE 1; END;
CREATE TRIGGER h BEFORE DELETE ON t2 BEGIN DELETE FROM t3 WHERE 1; END;
CREATE TRIGGER i BEFORE DELETE ON t3 BEGIN DELETE FROM t4 WHERE 1; END;
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.6 {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('xyz');
} {
INSERT main t4 1 1 3 xyz
INSERT main t3 1 1 2 xyz
INSERT main t2 1 1 1 xyz
INSERT main t1 1 1 0 xyz
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.3 {
UPDATE t1 SET x = 'abc';
} {
UPDATE main t4 1 1 3 xyz abc
UPDATE main t3 1 1 2 xyz abc
UPDATE main t2 1 1 1 xyz abc
UPDATE main t1 1 1 0 xyz abc
}
do_preupdate_test 7.6.4 {
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE 1;
} {
DELETE main t4 1 1 3 abc
DELETE main t3 1 1 2 abc
DELETE main t2 1 1 1 abc
DELETE main t1 1 1 0 abc
}
# No preupdate callbacks for modifying sqlite_master.
do_preupdate_test 8.1 { CREATE TABLE x1(x, y); } { }
do_preupdate_test 8.2 { ALTER TABLE x1 ADD COLUMN z } { }
do_preupdate_test 8.3 { ALTER TABLE x1 RENAME TO y1 } { }
do_preupdate_test 8.4 { CREATE INDEX y1x ON y1(x) } { }
do_preupdate_test 8.5 { CREATE VIEW v1 AS SELECT * FROM y1 } { }
do_preupdate_test 8.6 { DROP TABLE y1 } { }
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
reset_db
db preupdate hook preupdate_hook
do_execsql_test 9.0 {
CREATE TABLE t1(a INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, b, c);
CREATE TABLE t2(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
}
do_preupdate_test 9.1 {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(456, NULL, NULL);
} {
INSERT main t1 456 456 0 456 {} {}
}
do_execsql_test 9.2 {
ALTER TABLE t1 ADD COLUMN d;
}
do_preupdate_test 9.3 {
INSERT INTO t1(a, b, c) VALUES(457, NULL, NULL);
} {
INSERT main t1 457 457 0 457 {} {} {}
}
do_preupdate_test 9.4 {
DELETE FROM t1 WHERE a=456
} {
DELETE main t1 456 456 0 456 {} {} {}
}
do_preupdate_test 9.5 {
INSERT INTO t2 DEFAULT VALUES;
} {
INSERT main t2 1 1 0 {} 1
}
do_preupdate_test 9.6 {
INSERT INTO t1 DEFAULT VALUES;
} {
INSERT main t1 458 458 0 458 {} {} {}
}
do_execsql_test 10.0 {
CREATE TABLE t3(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
}
do_preupdate_test 10.1 {
INSERT INTO t3 DEFAULT VALUES
} {
INSERT main t3 1 1 0 {} 1
}
do_execsql_test 10.2 { SELECT * FROM t3 } {{} 1}
do_preupdate_test 10.3 {
DELETE FROM t3 WHERE b=1
} {DELETE main t3 1 1 0 {} 1}
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that the "update" hook is not fired for operations on the
# sqlite_stat1 table performed by ANALYZE, even if a pre-update hook is
# registered.
ifcapable analyze {
reset_db
do_execsql_test 11.1 {
CREATE TABLE t1(a, b);
CREATE INDEX idx1 ON t1(a);
CREATE INDEX idx2 ON t1(b);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 2);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3, 4);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(5, 6);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(7, 8);
}
db preupdate hook preupdate_cb
db update_hook update_cb
proc preupdate_cb {args} { lappend ::res "preupdate" $args }
proc update_cb {args} { lappend ::res "update" $args }
set ::res [list]
do_test 11.2 {
execsql ANALYZE
set ::res
} [list {*}{
preupdate {INSERT main sqlite_stat1 1 1}
preupdate {INSERT main sqlite_stat1 2 2}
}]
do_execsql_test 11.3 {
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(9, 10);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(11, 12);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(13, 14);
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(15, 16);
}
set ::res [list]
do_test 11.4 {
execsql ANALYZE
set ::res
} [list {*}{
preupdate {DELETE main sqlite_stat1 1 1}
preupdate {DELETE main sqlite_stat1 2 2}
preupdate {INSERT main sqlite_stat1 1 1}
preupdate {INSERT main sqlite_stat1 2 2}
}]
}
finish_test