Source code for pydal.adapters.ingres

from .base import SQLAdapter
from . import adapters

[docs]@adapters.register_for('ingres') class Ingres(SQLAdapter): dbengine = 'ingres' drivers = ('pyodbc',) def _initialize_(self, do_connect): super(Ingres, self)._initialize_(do_connect) ruri = self.uri.split('://', 1)[1] connstr = ruri.lstrip() while connstr.startswith('/'): connstr = connstr[1:] if '=' in connstr: # Assume we have a regular ODBC connection string and just use it ruri = connstr else: # Assume only (local) dbname is passed in with OS auth database_name = connstr default_driver_name = 'Ingres' vnode = '(local)' ruri = 'Driver={%s};Server=%s;Database=%s' % ( default_driver_name, vnode, database_name) self.ruri = ruri
[docs] def connector(self): self.driver.connect(self.ruri, **self.driver_args)
[docs] def create_sequence_and_triggers(self, query, table, **args): # post create table auto inc code (if needed) # modify table to btree for performance.... # Older Ingres releases could use rule/trigger like Oracle above. if hasattr(table, '_primarykey'): modify_tbl_sql = 'modify %s to btree unique on %s' % \ (table._rname, ', '.join(["'%s'" % x for x in table.primarykey])) self.execute(modify_tbl_sql) else: tmp_seqname = '%s_iisq' % table._raw_rname query = query.replace(self.dialect.INGRES_SEQNAME, tmp_seqname) self.execute('create sequence %s' % tmp_seqname) self.execute(query) self.execute( 'modify %s to btree unique on %s' % (table._rname, 'id'))
[docs]@adapters.register_for('ingresu') class IngresUnicode(Ingres): pass