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Revision 1.18 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Apr 2 08:59:13 2019 UTC (4 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-sqlalchemy: updated to 1.3.1 1.3.1 orm [orm] [bug] [ext] Fixed regression where an association proxy linked to a synonym would no longer work, both at instance level and at class level. mssql [mssql] [bug] A commit() is emitted after an isolation level change to SNAPSHOT, as both pyodbc and pymssql open an implicit transaction which blocks subsequent SQL from being emitted in the current transaction. This change is also backported to: 1.2.19 [mssql] [bug] Fixed regression in SQL Server reflection due to 4393 where the removal of open-ended **kw from the Float datatype caused reflection of this type to fail due to a „ŗ◊‘cale„ŗargument being passed. 1.3.0 orm [orm] [feature] The Query.get() method can now accept a dictionary of attribute keys and values as a means of indicating the primary key value to load; is particularly useful for composite primary keys. Pull request courtesy Sanjana S. [orm] [feature] A SQL expression can now be assigned to a primary key attribute for an ORM flush in the same manner as ordinary attributes as described in Embedding SQL Insert/Update Expressions into a Flush where the expression will be evaulated and then returned to the ORM using RETURNING, or in the case of pysqlite, works using the cursor.lastrowid attribute.Requires either a database that supports RETURNING (e.g. Postgresql, Oracle, SQL Server) or pysqlite. engine [engine] [feature] Revised the formatting for StatementError when stringified. Each error detail is broken up over multiple newlines instead of spaced out on a single line. Additionally, the SQL representation now stringifies the SQL statement rather than using repr(), so that newlines are rendered as is. Pull request courtesy Nate Clark. See also Changed StatementError formatting (newlines and %s) sql [sql] [bug] The Alias class and related subclasses CTE, Lateral and TableSample have been reworked so that it is not possible for a user to construct the objects directly. These constructs require that the standalone construction function or selectable-bound method be used to instantiate new objects. schema [schema] [feature] Added new parameters Table.resolve_fks and MetaData.reflect.resolve_fks which when set to False will disable the automatic reflection of related tables encountered in ForeignKey objects, which can both reduce SQL overhead for omitted tables as well as avoid tables that can„ŗ—’ be reflected for database-specific reasons. Two Table objects present in the same MetaData collection can still refer to each other even if the reflection of the two tables occurred separately
Revision 1.17 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jul 3 05:34:20 2018 UTC (13 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-sqlalchemy: updated to 1.2.9 Version 1.2.9 Fixed issue where chaining multiple join elements inside of Query.join() might not correctly adapt to the previous left-hand side, when chaining joined inheritance classes that share the same base class. Fixed bug in cache key generation for baked queries which could cause a too-short cache key to be generated for the case of eager loads across subclasses. This could in turn cause the eagerload query to be cached in place of a non-eagerload query, or vice versa, for a polymorhic „ŗ◊‘electin„ŗload, or possibly for lazy loads or selectin loads as well. Fixed bug in new polymorphic selectin loading where the BakedQuery used internally would be mutated by the given loader options, which would both inappropriately mutate the subclass query as well as carry over the effect to subsequent queries. Fixed regression caused by 4256 (itself a regression fix for 4228) which breaks an undocumented behavior which converted for a non-sequence of entities passed directly to the Query constructor into a single-element sequence. While this behavior was never supported or documented, it„ŗ—‘ already in use so has been added as a behavioral contract to Query. Fixed an issue that was both a performance regression in 1.2 as well as an incorrect result regarding the „ŗ◊√aked„ŗlazy loader, involving the generation of cache keys from the original Query object„ŗ—‘ loader options. If the loader options were built up in a „ŗ◊√ranched„ŗstyle using common base elements for multiple options, the same options would be rendered into the cache key repeatedly, causing both a performance issue as well as generating the wrong cache key. This is fixed, along with a performance improvement when such „ŗ◊√ranched„ŗoptions are applied via Query.options() to prevent the same option objects from being applied repeatedly.
Revision 1.16 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Jan 18 09:12:17 2018 UTC (18 months, 4 weeks ago) by adam
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py-sqlalchemy: updated to 1.2.1 1.2.1: [orm] [bug] Fixed bug where an object that is expunged during a rollback of a nested or subtransaction which also had its primary key mutated would not be correctly removed from the session, causing subsequent issues in using the session. [orm] [bug] Fixed regression where pickle format of a Load / _UnboundLoad object (e.g. loader options) changed and __setstate__() was raising an UnboundLocalError for an object received from the legacy format, even though an attempt was made to do so. tests are now added to ensure this works. [orm] [bug] Fixed regression caused by new lazyload caching scheme in 3954 where a query that makes use of loader options with of_type would cause lazy loads of unrelated paths to fail with a TypeError. [orm] [bug] Fixed bug in new „ŗ◊‘electin„ŗrelationship loader where the loader could try to load a non-existent relationship when loading a collection of polymorphic objects, where only some of the mappers include that relationship, typically when PropComparator.of_type() is being used. sql [sql] [bug] Fixed bug in Insert.values() where using the „ŗ◊őulti-values„ŗformat in combination with Column objects as keys rather than strings would fail. Pull request courtesy Aubrey Stark-Toller. mssql [mssql] [bug] Fixed regression in 1.2 where newly repaired quoting of collation names in 3785 breaks SQL Server, which explicitly does not understand a quoted collation name. Whether or not mixed-case collation names are quoted or not is now deferred down to a dialect-level decision so that each dialect can prepare these identifiers directly. oracle [oracle] [bug] Fixed regression where the removal of most setinputsizes rules from cx_Oracle dialect impacted the TIMESTAMP datatype„ŗ—‘ ability to retrieve fractional seconds. [oracle] [bug] Fixed regression in Oracle imports where a missing comma caused an undefined symbol to be present. Pull request courtesy Miroslav Shubernetskiy. misc [bug] [ext] Fixed regression in association proxy due to 3769 (allow for chained any() / has()) where contains() against an association proxy chained in the form (o2m relationship, associationproxy(m2o relationship, m2o relationship)) would raise an error regarding the re-application of contains() on the final link of the chain. [bug] [tests] Removed an oracle-specific requirements rule from the public test suite that was interfering with third party dialect suites. [bug] [tests] Added a new exclusion rule group_by_complex_expression which disables tests that use „ŗ◊®ROUP BY <expr>„ŗ which seems to be not viable for at least two third party dialects.
Revision 1.15 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Feb 1 13:03:16 2017 UTC (2 years, 6 months ago) by adam
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Release 1.1.5 has many bug fixes across the ORM and Core components as well as within the Postgresql, Mysql, Oracle, and SQL Server dialects. There is also one new feature allowing MySQL index prefixes to be specified.
Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Nov 18 10:41:39 2015 UTC (3 years, 8 months ago) by adam
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Changes 1.0.9: Release 1.0.9 is a bugfix release, pushing out a collection of mostly small fixes that have accumulated over the past few months. In particular there is one small but important fix for users of the latest cx_Oracle library (5.2 or greater) in conjunction with Python 3 that corrects for an important issue in correctly detecting the version of this DBAPI and its Unicode behavior.
Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Aug 1 09:30:52 2015 UTC (4 years ago) by adam
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Release 1.0.8 comes almost immediately after 1.0.7, as a new issue involving the connection pool has been identified and fixed which impacts any application that relies upon consistent behavior of the .info dictionary on a connection that is undergoing reconnect attempts. Applications and libraries which make use of connection pool event handlers may benefit from this release, as it repairs the behavior of the .info dictionary and reduces the likelihood of stale connections being passed to the "checkout" handler.
Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Mar 15 14:04:30 2015 UTC (4 years, 5 months ago) by adam
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Release 0.9.9 is a large maintenance release featuring 30 changes, mostly bug fixes. A handful of modest feature adds are also present, including new Core features for SQLite, Postgresql, and new API features to provide better control of transaction isolation level when using the ORM.
Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Oct 17 11:10:21 2014 UTC (4 years, 10 months ago) by fhajny
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Update py-sqlalchemy to 0.9.8. Changes since 0.9.4: bug fixes in preparation for 1.0.0. See full changelog: http://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/latest/changelog/changelog_09.html
Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Jun 14 16:20:45 2014 UTC (5 years, 2 months ago) by rodent
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Updated to latest stable release, 0.9.4. This was required, because some newer py-sqlalchemy-* packages won't work with our archive version. Changes are too numerous to list here. Check: http://docs.sqlalchemy.org/en/latest/changelog/
Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jan 20 22:27:00 2014 UTC (5 years, 6 months ago) by wiz
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Fix PLIST for python-3.x. Fix interpreter path in installed file. Bump PKGREVISION.
Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Oct 14 17:57:30 2013 UTC (5 years, 10 months ago) by tonnerre
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Update py-sqlalchemy to version 0.8.2. Changes since 0.7.10: - Compatibility for Python 2.4 is being dropped. - The primaryjoin argument is no longer needed when constructing a relationship() against a class that has multiple foreign key paths to the target. - Relationships against self-referential, composite foreign keys where a column points to itself are now supported. - Previously difficult custom join conditions, like those involving functions and/or CASTing of types, will now function as expected in most cases. - New Class/Object Inspection System. - A new enhancement to the aliased() construct has been added called with_polymorphic() which allows any entity to be „ŗ◊¬liased„ŗinto a „ŗ◊—olymorphic„ŗversion of itself, freely usable anywhere. - The PropComparator.of_type() method can now be used to target any number of target subtypes, by combining it with the new with_polymorphic() function. - Mapper and instance events can now be associated with an unmapped superclass, where those events will be propagated to subclasses as those subclasses are mapped. The propagate=True flag should be used. - The registry of class names is now sensitive to the owning module and package of a given class. The classes can be referred to via dotted name in expressions. - The „ŗ◊Ňeferred reflection„ŗfeature allows the construction of declarative mapped classes with only placeholder Table metadata, until a prepare() step is called, given an Engine with which to reflect fully all tables and establish actual mappings. The system supports overriding of columns, single and joined inheritance, as well as distinct bases-per-engine. - A new SQL registration system allows a mapped class to be accepted as a FROM clause within the core. - The new UPDATE..FROM mechanics work in query.update(). - Upon rollback(), only those objects that were made dirty since the last flush will be expired, the rest of the Session remains intact. - Caching Example now uses dogpile.cache. - The new operator system in Core associates new and overridden operators with types. - SQL expressions can now be associated with types. - The inspect() function introduced in New Class/Object Inspection System also applies to the core. - select() now has a method Select.correlate_except() which specifies „ŗ◊ńorrelate on all FROM clauses except those specified„ŗ - Support for Postgresql„ŗ—‘ HSTORE type is now available as postgresql.HSTORE. This type makes great usage of the new operator system to provide a full range of operators for HSTORE types, including index access, concatenation, and containment methods such as has_key(), has_any(), and matrix(). - The postgresql.ARRAY type will accept an optional „ŗ◊Ňimension„ŗargument, pinning it to a fixed number of dimensions and greatly improving efficiency when retrieving results. - SQLite has no built-in DATE, TIME, or DATETIME types, and instead provides some support for storage of date and time values either as strings or integers. - The „ŗ◊ńollate„ŗkeyword, long accepted by the MySQL dialect, is now established on all String types and will render on any backend, including when features such as MetaData.create_all() and cast() is used. - Geared towards MySQL, a „ŗ◊—refix„ŗcan be rendered within any of these constructs. - The consideration of a „ŗ◊—ending„ŗobject as an „ŗ◊–rphan„ŗhas been made more aggressive. - The after_attach event fires after the item is associated with the Session instead of before; before_attach added. - Query now auto-correlates like a select() does. - Correlation is now always context-specific. - create_all() and drop_all() will now honor an empty list as such. - Repaired the Event Targeting of InstrumentationEvents. - No more magic coercion of „ŗ„ŗto IN when comparing to subquery in MS-SQL. - The Session.is_modified() method accepts an argument passive which basically should not be necessary, the argument in all cases should be the value True - when left at its default of False it would have the effect of hitting the database, and often triggering autoflush which would itself change the results. In 0.8 the passive argument will have no effect, and unloaded attributes will never be checked for history since by definition there can be no pending state change on an unloaded attribute. - Column.key is honored in the Select.c attribute of select() with Select.apply_labels(). - A relationship() that is many-to-one or many-to-many and specifies „ŗ◊ńascade=„ŗ—¬ll, delete-orphan„ŗ“š, which is an awkward but nonetheless supported use case (with restrictions) will now raise an error if the relationship does not specify the single_parent=True option. - Adding the inspector argument to the column_reflect event. - The MySQL dialect does two calls, one very expensive, to load all possible collations from the database as well as information on casing, the first time an Engine connects. Neither of these collections are used for any SQLAlchemy functions, so these calls will be changed to no longer be emitted automatically. Applications that might have relied on these collections being present on engine.dialect will need to call upon _detect_collations() and _detect_casing() directly. - Inspector.get_primary_keys() is deprecated, use Inspector.get_pk_constraint. - Case-insensitive result row names will be disabled in most cases. It will be available only optionally, by passing the flag `case_sensitive=False` to `create_engine()`, but otherwise column names requested from the row must match as far as casing. - The sqlalchemy.orm.interfaces.InstrumentationManager class is moved to sqlalchemy.ext.instrumentation.InstrumentationManager. - SQLSoup is now moved into its own project and documented/released separately; see https://bitbucket.org/zzzeek/sqlsoup. - The older „ŗ◊őutable„ŗsystem within the SQLAlchemy ORM has been removed. - We had left in an alias sqlalchemy.exceptions to attempt to make it slightly easier for some very old libraries that hadn„ŗ—’ yet been upgraded to use sqlalchemy.exc. Some users are still being confused by it however so in 0.8 we„ŗ—”e taking it out entirely to eliminate any of that confusion.
Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Sep 19 08:23:12 2013 UTC (5 years, 10 months ago) by obache
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C extensions are not supported on py3k.
Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jun 16 05:36:13 2013 UTC (6 years, 2 months ago) by adam
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Changes 0.7.10: This is a bugfix release, sending out a series of fixes that have accumulated as version 0.8.0's release is imminent. Fixes in this version include issues related to the Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and Google App Engine dialects, as well as a few schema related and ORM related fixes.
Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue May 29 13:22:28 2012 UTC (7 years, 2 months ago) by wiz
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Update to 0.6.9. Set LICENSE. SQLAlchemy 0.6.9, a maintenance release of the 0.6 branch, is now available. The 0.6 series has not seen a release since 0.6.8 was released nearly a year ago. During that time, the 0.7 series has gone through over six releases, gaining many new features and bug fixes. A portion of these fixes have been backported to 0.6 since 0.6.8, including twelve ORM fixes, so 0.6.9 is an effort to make these fixes widely available to those installations who have not yet upgraded to 0.7. The release coincides at the same time as release 0.7.7, which is also fast approaching maintenance-only mode with 0.8 now well underway and close to initial beta releases. Care has been taken in 0.6.9 to minimize as much as possible the potential for backwards-incompatibilities with existing code, which sometimes can occur if an application is unknowingly relying upon a buggy behavior that is then fixed. So while 0.6.9 is a very conservative release, it does still represent changes over a year's time; users are strongly urged to carefully review the CHANGES file to see exactly what's been adjusted, and to test it fully in their existing 0.6 applications before promoting it to production.
Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat May 1 15:43:41 2010 UTC (9 years, 3 months ago) by tonnerre
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Update SQLalchemy to version 0.6.0. Changes since 0.5.6: 0.6.0 ===== - orm - Unit of work internals have been rewritten. Units of work with large numbers of objects interdependent objects can now be flushed without recursion overflows as there is no longer reliance upon recursive calls [ticket:1081]. The number of internal structures now stays constant for a particular session state, regardless of how many relationships are present on mappings. The flow of events now corresponds to a linear list of steps, generated by the mappers and relationships based on actual work to be done, filtered through a single topological sort for correct ordering. Flush actions are assembled using far fewer steps and less memory. [ticket:1742] - Along with the UOW rewrite, this also removes an issue introduced in 0.6beta3 regarding topological cycle detection for units of work with long dependency cycles. We now use an algorithm written by Guido (thanks Guido!). - one-to-many relationships now maintain a list of positive parent-child associations within the flush, preventing previous parents marked as deleted from cascading a delete or NULL foreign key set on those child objects, despite the end-user not removing the child from the old association. [ticket:1764] - A collection lazy load will switch off default eagerloading on the reverse many-to-one side, since that loading is by definition unnecessary. [ticket:1495] - Session.refresh() now does an equivalent expire() on the given instance first, so that the "refresh-expire" cascade is propagated. Previously, refresh() was not affected in any way by the presence of "refresh-expire" cascade. This is a change in behavior versus that of 0.6beta2, where the "lockmode" flag passed to refresh() would cause a version check to occur. Since the instance is first expired, refresh() always upgrades the object to the most recent version. - The 'refresh-expire' cascade, when reaching a pending object, will expunge the object if the cascade also includes "delete-orphan", or will simply detach it otherwise. [ticket:1754] - id(obj) is no longer used internally within topological.py, as the sorting functions now require hashable objects only. [ticket:1756] - The ORM will set the docstring of all generated descriptors to None by default. This can be overridden using 'doc' (or if using Sphinx, attribute docstrings work too). - Added kw argument 'doc' to all mapper property callables as well as Column(). Will assemble the string 'doc' as the '__doc__' attribute on the descriptor. - Usage of version_id_col on a backend that supports cursor.rowcount for execute() but not executemany() now works when a delete is issued (already worked for saves, since those don't use executemany()). For a backend that doesn't support cursor.rowcount at all, a warning is emitted the same as with saves. [ticket:1761] - The ORM now short-term caches the "compiled" form of insert() and update() constructs when flushing lists of objects of all the same class, thereby avoiding redundant compilation per individual INSERT/UPDATE within an individual flush() call. - internal getattr(), setattr(), getcommitted() methods on ColumnProperty, CompositeProperty, RelationshipProperty have been underscored (i.e. are private), signature has changed. - engines - The C extension now also works with DBAPIs which use custom sequences as row (and not only tuples). [ticket:1757] - sql - Restored some bind-labeling logic from 0.5 which ensures that tables with column names that overlap another column of the form "<tablename>_<columnname>" won't produce errors if column._label is used as a bind name during an UPDATE. Test coverage which wasn't present in 0.5 has been added. [ticket:1755] - somejoin.select(fold_equivalents=True) is no longer deprecated, and will eventually be rolled into a more comprehensive version of the feature for [ticket:1729]. - the Numeric type raises an *enormous* warning when expected to convert floats to Decimal from a DBAPI that returns floats. This includes SQLite, Sybase, MS-SQL. [ticket:1759] - Fixed an error in expression typing which caused an endless loop for expressions with two NULL types. - Fixed bug in execution_options() feature whereby the existing Transaction and other state information from the parent connection would not be propagated to the sub-connection. - Added new 'compiled_cache' execution option. A dictionary where Compiled objects will be cached when the Connection compiles a clause expression into a dialect- and parameter- specific Compiled object. It is the user's responsibility to manage the size of this dictionary, which will have keys corresponding to the dialect, clause element, the column names within the VALUES or SET clause of an INSERT or UPDATE, as well as the "batch" mode for an INSERT or UPDATE statement. - Added get_pk_constraint() to reflection.Inspector, similar to get_primary_keys() except returns a dict that includes the name of the constraint, for supported backends (PG so far). [ticket:1769] - Table.create() and Table.drop() no longer apply metadata- level create/drop events. [ticket:1771] - ext - the compiler extension now allows @compiles decorators on base classes that extend to child classes, @compiles decorators on child classes that aren't broken by a @compiles decorator on the base class. - Declarative will raise an informative error message if a non-mapped class attribute is referenced in the string-based relationship() arguments. - Further reworked the "mixin" logic in declarative to additionally allow __mapper_args__ as a @classproperty on a mixin, such as to dynamically assign polymorphic_identity. - postgresql - Postgresql now reflects sequence names associated with SERIAL columns correctly, after the name of of the sequence has been changed. Thanks to Kumar McMillan for the patch. [ticket:1071] - Repaired missing import in psycopg2._PGNumeric type when unknown numeric is received. - psycopg2/pg8000 dialects now aware of REAL, FLOAT, DOUBLE_PRECISION, NUMERIC return types without raising an exception. - Postgresql reflects the name of primary key constraints, if one exists. [ticket:1769] - oracle - Now using cx_oracle output converters so that the DBAPI returns natively the kinds of values we prefer: - NUMBER values with positive precision + scale convert to cx_oracle.STRING and then to Decimal. This allows perfect precision for the Numeric type when using cx_oracle. [ticket:1759] - STRING/FIXED_CHAR now convert to unicode natively. SQLAlchemy's String types then don't need to apply any kind of conversions. - firebird - The functionality of result.rowcount can be disabled on a per-engine basis by setting 'enable_rowcount=False' on create_engine(). Normally, cursor.rowcount is called after any UPDATE or DELETE statement unconditionally, because the cursor is then closed and Firebird requires an open cursor in order to get a rowcount. This call is slightly expensive however so it can be disabled. To re-enable on a per-execution basis, the 'enable_rowcount=True' execution option may be used. - examples - Updated attribute_shard.py example to use a more robust method of searching a Query for binary expressions which compare columns against literal values. 0.6beta3 ======== - orm - Major feature: Added new "subquery" loading capability to relationship(). This is an eager loading option which generates a second SELECT for each collection represented in a query, across all parents at once. The query re-issues the original end-user query wrapped in a subquery, applies joins out to the target collection, and loads all those collections fully in one result, similar to "joined" eager loading but using all inner joins and not re-fetching full parent rows repeatedly (as most DBAPIs seem to do, even if columns are skipped). Subquery loading is available at mapper config level using "lazy='subquery'" and at the query options level using "subqueryload(props..)", "subqueryload_all(props...)". [ticket:1675] - To accomodate the fact that there are now two kinds of eager loading available, the new names for eagerload() and eagerload_all() are joinedload() and joinedload_all(). The old names will remain as synonyms for the foreseeable future. - The "lazy" flag on the relationship() function now accepts a string argument for all kinds of loading: "select", "joined", "subquery", "noload" and "dynamic", where the default is now "select". The old values of True/ False/None still retain their usual meanings and will remain as synonyms for the foreseeable future. - Added with_hint() method to Query() construct. This calls directly down to select().with_hint() and also accepts entities as well as tables and aliases. See with_hint() in the SQL section below. [ticket:921] - Fixed bug in Query whereby calling q.join(prop).from_self(...). join(prop) would fail to render the second join outside the subquery, when joining on the same criterion as was on the inside. - Fixed bug in Query whereby the usage of aliased() constructs would fail if the underlying table (but not the actual alias) were referenced inside the subquery generated by q.from_self() or q.select_from(). - Fixed bug which affected all eagerload() and similar options such that "remote" eager loads, i.e. eagerloads off of a lazy load such as query(A).options(eagerload(A.b, B.c)) wouldn't eagerload anything, but using eagerload("b.c") would work fine. - Query gains an add_columns(*columns) method which is a multi- version of add_column(col). add_column(col) is future deprecated. - Query.join() will detect if the end result will be "FROM A JOIN A", and will raise an error if so. - Query.join(Cls.propname, from_joinpoint=True) will check more carefully that "Cls" is compatible with the current joinpoint, and act the same way as Query.join("propname", from_joinpoint=True) in that regard. - sql - Added with_hint() method to select() construct. Specify a table/alias, hint text, and optional dialect name, and "hints" will be rendered in the appropriate place in the statement. Works for Oracle, Sybase, MySQL. [ticket:921] - Fixed bug introduced in 0.6beta2 where column labels would render inside of column expressions already assigned a label. [ticket:1747] - postgresql - The psycopg2 dialect will log NOTICE messages via the "sqlalchemy.dialects.postgresql" logger name. [ticket:877] - the TIME and TIMESTAMP types are now availble from the postgresql dialect directly, which add the PG-specific argument 'precision' to both. 'precision' and 'timezone' are correctly reflected for both TIME and TIMEZONE types. [ticket:997] - mysql - No longer guessing that TINYINT(1) should be BOOLEAN when reflecting - TINYINT(1) is returned. Use Boolean/ BOOLEAN in table definition to get boolean conversion behavior. [ticket:1752] - oracle - The Oracle dialect will issue VARCHAR type definitions using character counts, i.e. VARCHAR2(50 CHAR), so that the column is sized in terms of characters and not bytes. Column reflection of character types will also use ALL_TAB_COLUMNS.CHAR_LENGTH instead of ALL_TAB_COLUMNS.DATA_LENGTH. Both of these behaviors take effect when the server version is 9 or higher - for version 8, the old behaviors are used. [ticket:1744] - declarative - Using a mixin won't break if the mixin implements an unpredictable __getattribute__(), i.e. Zope interfaces. [ticket:1746] - Using @classdecorator and similar on mixins to define __tablename__, __table_args__, etc. now works if the method references attributes on the ultimate subclass. [ticket:1749] - relationships and columns with foreign keys aren't allowed on declarative mixins, sorry. [ticket:1751] - ext - The sqlalchemy.orm.shard module now becomes an extension, sqlalchemy.ext.horizontal_shard. The old import works with a deprecation warning. 0.6beta2 ======== - py3k - Improved the installation/test setup regarding Python 3, now that Distribute runs on Py3k. distribute_setup.py is now included. See README.py3k for Python 3 installation/ testing instructions. - orm - The official name for the relation() function is now relationship(), to eliminate confusion over the relational algebra term. relation() however will remain available in equal capacity for the foreseeable future. [ticket:1740] - Added "version_id_generator" argument to Mapper, this is a callable that, given the current value of the "version_id_col", returns the next version number. Can be used for alternate versioning schemes such as uuid, timestamps. [ticket:1692] - added "lockmode" kw argument to Session.refresh(), will pass through the string value to Query the same as in with_lockmode(), will also do version check for a version_id_col-enabled mapping. - Fixed bug whereby calling query(A).join(A.bs).add_entity(B) in a joined inheritance scenario would double-add B as a target and produce an invalid query. [ticket:1188] - Fixed bug in session.rollback() which involved not removing formerly "pending" objects from the session before re-integrating "deleted" objects, typically occured with natural primary keys. If there was a primary key conflict between them, the attach of the deleted would fail internally. The formerly "pending" objects are now expunged first. [ticket:1674] - Removed a lot of logging that nobody really cares about, logging that remains will respond to live changes in the log level. No significant overhead is added. [ticket:1719] - Fixed bug in session.merge() which prevented dict-like collections from merging. - session.merge() works with relations that specifically don't include "merge" in their cascade options - the target is ignored completely. - session.merge() will not expire existing scalar attributes on an existing target if the target has a value for that attribute, even if the incoming merged doesn't have a value for the attribute. This prevents unnecessary loads on existing items. Will still mark the attr as expired if the destination doesn't have the attr, though, which fulfills some contracts of deferred cols. [ticket:1681] - The "allow_null_pks" flag is now called "allow_partial_pks", defaults to True, acts like it did in 0.5 again. Except, it also is implemented within merge() such that a SELECT won't be issued for an incoming instance with partially NULL primary key if the flag is False. [ticket:1680] - Fixed bug in 0.6-reworked "many-to-one" optimizations such that a many-to-one that is against a non-primary key column on the remote table (i.e. foreign key against a UNIQUE column) will pull the "old" value in from the database during a change, since if it's in the session we will need it for proper history/backref accounting, and we can't pull from the local identity map on a non-primary key column. [ticket:1737] - fixed internal error which would occur if calling has() or similar complex expression on a single-table inheritance relation(). [ticket:1731] - query.one() no longer applies LIMIT to the query, this to ensure that it fully counts all object identities present in the result, even in the case where joins may conceal multiple identities for two or more rows. As a bonus, one() can now also be called with a query that issued from_statement() to start with since it no longer modifies the query. [ticket:1688] - query.get() now returns None if queried for an identifier that is present in the identity map with a different class than the one requested, i.e. when using polymorphic loading. [ticket:1727] - A major fix in query.join(), when the "on" clause is an attribute of an aliased() construct, but there is already an existing join made out to a compatible target, query properly joins to the right aliased() construct instead of sticking onto the right side of the existing join. [ticket:1706] - Slight improvement to the fix for [ticket:1362] to not issue needless updates of the primary key column during a so-called "row switch" operation, i.e. add + delete of two objects with the same PK. - Now uses sqlalchemy.orm.exc.DetachedInstanceError when an attribute load or refresh action fails due to object being detached from any Session. UnboundExecutionError is specific to engines bound to sessions and statements. - Query called in the context of an expression will render disambiguating labels in all cases. Note that this does not apply to the existing .statement and .subquery() accessor/method, which still honors the .with_labels() setting that defaults to False. - Query.union() retains disambiguating labels within the returned statement, thus avoiding various SQL composition errors which can result from column name conflicts. [ticket:1676] - Fixed bug in attribute history that inadvertently invoked __eq__ on mapped instances. - Some internal streamlining of object loading grants a small speedup for large results, estimates are around 10-15%. Gave the "state" internals a good solid cleanup with less complexity, datamembers, method calls, blank dictionary creates. - Documentation clarification for query.delete() [ticket:1689] - Fixed cascade bug in many-to-one relation() when attribute was set to None, introduced in r6711 (cascade deleted items into session during add()). - Calling query.order_by() or query.distinct() before calling query.select_from(), query.with_polymorphic(), or query.from_statement() raises an exception now instead of silently dropping those criterion. [ticket:1736] - query.scalar() now raises an exception if more than one row is returned. All other behavior remains the same. [ticket:1735] - Fixed bug which caused "row switch" logic, that is an INSERT and DELETE replaced by an UPDATE, to fail when version_id_col was in use. [ticket:1692] - sql - join() will now simulate a NATURAL JOIN by default. Meaning, if the left side is a join, it will attempt to join the right side to the rightmost side of the left first, and not raise any exceptions about ambiguous join conditions if successful even if there are further join targets across the rest of the left. [ticket:1714] - The most common result processors conversion function were moved to the new "processors" module. Dialect authors are encouraged to use those functions whenever they correspond to their needs instead of implementing custom ones. - SchemaType and subclasses Boolean, Enum are now serializable, including their ddl listener and other event callables. [ticket:1694] [ticket:1698] - Some platforms will now interpret certain literal values as non-bind parameters, rendered literally into the SQL statement. This to support strict SQL-92 rules that are enforced by some platforms including MS-SQL and Sybase. In this model, bind parameters aren't allowed in the columns clause of a SELECT, nor are certain ambiguous expressions like "?=?". When this mode is enabled, the base compiler will render the binds as inline literals, but only across strings and numeric values. Other types such as dates will raise an error, unless the dialect subclass defines a literal rendering function for those. The bind parameter must have an embedded literal value already or an error is raised (i.e. won't work with straight bindparam('x')). Dialects can also expand upon the areas where binds are not accepted, such as within argument lists of functions (which don't work on MS-SQL when native SQL binding is used). - Added "unicode_errors" parameter to String, Unicode, etc. Behaves like the 'errors' keyword argument to the standard library's string.decode() functions. This flag requires that `convert_unicode` is set to `"force"` - otherwise, SQLAlchemy is not guaranteed to handle the task of unicode conversion. Note that this flag adds significant performance overhead to row-fetching operations for backends that already return unicode objects natively (which most DBAPIs do). This flag should only be used as an absolute last resort for reading strings from a column with varied or corrupted encodings, which only applies to databases that accept invalid encodings in the first place (i.e. MySQL. *not* PG, Sqlite, etc.) - Added math negation operator support, -x. - FunctionElement subclasses are now directly executable the same way any func.foo() construct is, with automatic SELECT being applied when passed to execute(). - The "type" and "bind" keyword arguments of a func.foo() construct are now local to "func." constructs and are not part of the FunctionElement base class, allowing a "type" to be handled in a custom constructor or class-level variable. - Restored the keys() method to ResultProxy. - The type/expression system now does a more complete job of determining the return type from an expression as well as the adaptation of the Python operator into a SQL operator, based on the full left/right/operator of the given expression. In particular the date/time/interval system created for Postgresql EXTRACT in [ticket:1647] has now been generalized into the type system. The previous behavior which often occured of an expression "column + literal" forcing the type of "literal" to be the same as that of "column" will now usually not occur - the type of "literal" is first derived from the Python type of the literal, assuming standard native Python types + date types, before falling back to that of the known type on the other side of the expression. If the "fallback" type is compatible (i.e. CHAR from String), the literal side will use that. TypeDecorator types override this by default to coerce the "literal" side unconditionally, which can be changed by implementing the coerce_compared_value() method. Also part of [ticket:1683]. - Made sqlalchemy.sql.expressions.Executable part of public API, used for any expression construct that can be sent to execute(). FunctionElement now inherits Executable so that it gains execution_options(), which are also propagated to the select() that's generated within execute(). Executable in turn subclasses _Generative which marks any ClauseElement that supports the @_generative decorator - these may also become "public" for the benefit of the compiler extension at some point. - A change to the solution for [ticket:1579] - an end-user defined bind parameter name that directly conflicts with a column-named bind generated directly from the SET or VALUES clause of an update/insert generates a compile error. This reduces call counts and eliminates some cases where undesirable name conflicts could still occur. - Column() requires a type if it has no foreign keys (this is not new). An error is now raised if a Column() has no type and no foreign keys. [ticket:1705] - the "scale" argument of the Numeric() type is honored when coercing a returned floating point value into a string on its way to Decimal - this allows accuracy to function on SQLite, MySQL. [ticket:1717] - the copy() method of Column now copies over uninitialized "on table attach" events. Helps with the new declarative "mixin" capability. - engines - Added an optional C extension to speed up the sql layer by reimplementing RowProxy and the most common result processors. The actual speedups will depend heavily on your DBAPI and the mix of datatypes used in your tables, and can vary from a 30% improvement to more than 200%. It also provides a modest (~15-20%) indirect improvement to ORM speed for large queries. Note that it is *not* built/installed by default. See README for installation instructions. - the execution sequence pulls all rowcount/last inserted ID info from the cursor before commit() is called on the DBAPI connection in an "autocommit" scenario. This helps mxodbc with rowcount and is probably a good idea overall. - Opened up logging a bit such that isEnabledFor() is called more often, so that changes to the log level for engine/pool will be reflected on next connect. This adds a small amount of method call overhead. It's negligible and will make life a lot easier for all those situations when logging just happens to be configured after create_engine() is called. [ticket:1719] - The assert_unicode flag is deprecated. SQLAlchemy will raise a warning in all cases where it is asked to encode a non-unicode Python string, as well as when a Unicode or UnicodeType type is explicitly passed a bytestring. The String type will do nothing for DBAPIs that already accept Python unicode objects. - Bind parameters are sent as a tuple instead of a list. Some backend drivers will not accept bind parameters as a list. - threadlocal engine wasn't properly closing the connection upon close() - fixed that. - Transaction object doesn't rollback or commit if it isn't "active", allows more accurate nesting of begin/rollback/commit. - Python unicode objects as binds result in the Unicode type, not string, thus eliminating a certain class of unicode errors on drivers that don't support unicode binds. - Added "logging_name" argument to create_engine(), Pool() constructor as well as "pool_logging_name" argument to create_engine() which filters down to that of Pool. Issues the given string name within the "name" field of logging messages instead of the default hex identifier string. [ticket:1555] - The visit_pool() method of Dialect is removed, and replaced with on_connect(). This method returns a callable which receives the raw DBAPI connection after each one is created. The callable is assembled into a first_connect/connect pool listener by the connection strategy if non-None. Provides a simpler interface for dialects. - StaticPool now initializes, disposes and recreates without opening a new connection - the connection is only opened when first requested. dispose() also works on AssertionPool now. [ticket:1728] - metadata - Added the ability to strip schema information when using "tometadata" by passing "schema=None" as an argument. If schema is not specified then the table's schema is retained. [ticket: 1673] - declarative - DeclarativeMeta exclusively uses cls.__dict__ (not dict_) as the source of class information; _as_declarative exclusively uses the dict_ passed to it as the source of class information (which when using DeclarativeMeta is cls.__dict__). This should in theory make it easier for custom metaclasses to modify the state passed into _as_declarative. - declarative now accepts mixin classes directly, as a means to provide common functional and column-based elements on all subclasses, as well as a means to propagate a fixed set of __table_args__ or __mapper_args__ to subclasses. For custom combinations of __table_args__/__mapper_args__ from an inherited mixin to local, descriptors can now be used. New details are all up in the Declarative documentation. Thanks to Chris Withers for putting up with my strife on this. [ticket:1707] - the __mapper_args__ dict is copied when propagating to a subclass, and is taken straight off the class __dict__ to avoid any propagation from the parent. mapper inheritance already propagates the things you want from the parent mapper. [ticket:1393] - An exception is raised when a single-table subclass specifies a column that is already present on the base class. [ticket:1732] - mysql - Fixed reflection bug whereby when COLLATE was present, nullable flag and server defaults would not be reflected. [ticket:1655] - Fixed reflection of TINYINT(1) "boolean" columns defined with integer flags like UNSIGNED. - Further fixes for the mysql-connector dialect. [ticket:1668] - Composite PK table on InnoDB where the "autoincrement" column isn't first will emit an explicit "KEY" phrase within CREATE TABLE thereby avoiding errors, [ticket:1496] - Added reflection/create table support for a wide range of MySQL keywords. [ticket:1634] - Fixed import error which could occur reflecting tables on a Windows host [ticket:1580] - mssql - Re-established support for the pymssql dialect. - Various fixes for implicit returning, reflection, etc. - the MS-SQL dialects aren't quite complete in 0.6 yet (but are close) - Added basic support for mxODBC [ticket:1710]. - Removed the text_as_varchar option. - oracle - "out" parameters require a type that is supported by cx_oracle. An error will be raised if no cx_oracle type can be found. - Oracle 'DATE' now does not perform any result processing, as the DATE type in Oracle stores full date+time objects, that's what you'll get. Note that the generic types.Date type *will* still call value.date() on incoming values, however. When reflecting a table, the reflected type will be 'DATE'. - Added preliminary support for Oracle's WITH_UNICODE mode. At the very least this establishes initial support for cx_Oracle with Python 3. When WITH_UNICODE mode is used in Python 2.xx, a large and scary warning is emitted asking that the user seriously consider the usage of this difficult mode of operation. [ticket:1670] - The except_() method now renders as MINUS on Oracle, which is more or less equivalent on that platform. [ticket:1712] - Added support for rendering and reflecting TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE, i.e. TIMESTAMP(timezone=True). [ticket:651] - Oracle INTERVAL type can now be reflected. - sqlite - Added "native_datetime=True" flag to create_engine(). This will cause the DATE and TIMESTAMP types to skip all bind parameter and result row processing, under the assumption that PARSE_DECLTYPES has been enabled on the connection. Note that this is not entirely compatible with the "func.current_date()", which will be returned as a string. [ticket:1685] - sybase - Implemented a preliminary working dialect for Sybase, with sub-implementations for Python-Sybase as well as Pyodbc. Handles table creates/drops and basic round trip functionality. Does not yet include reflection or comprehensive support of unicode/special expressions/etc. - examples - Changed the beaker cache example a bit to have a separate RelationCache option for lazyload caching. This object does a lookup among any number of potential attributes more efficiently by grouping several into a common structure. Both FromCache and RelationCache are simpler individually. - documentation - Major cleanup work in the docs to link class, function, and method names into the API docs. [ticket:1700/1702/1703] 0.6beta1 ======== - Major Release - For the full set of feature descriptions, see http://www.sqlalchemy.org/trac/wiki/06Migration . This document is a work in progress. - All bug fixes and feature enhancements from the most recent 0.5 version and below are also included within 0.6. - Platforms targeted now include Python 2.4/2.5/2.6, Python 3.1, Jython2.5. - orm - Changes to query.update() and query.delete(): - the 'expire' option on query.update() has been renamed to 'fetch', thus matching that of query.delete(). 'expire' is deprecated and issues a warning. - query.update() and query.delete() both default to 'evaluate' for the synchronize strategy. - the 'synchronize' strategy for update() and delete() raises an error on failure. There is no implicit fallback onto "fetch". Failure of evaluation is based on the structure of criteria, so success/failure is deterministic based on code structure. - Enhancements on many-to-one relations: - many-to-one relations now fire off a lazyload in fewer cases, including in most cases will not fetch the "old" value when a new one is replaced. - many-to-one relation to a joined-table subclass now uses get() for a simple load (known as the "use_get" condition), i.e. Related->Sub(Base), without the need to redefine the primaryjoin condition in terms of the base table. [ticket:1186] - specifying a foreign key with a declarative column, i.e. ForeignKey(MyRelatedClass.id) doesn't break the "use_get" condition from taking place [ticket:1492] - relation(), eagerload(), and eagerload_all() now feature an option called "innerjoin". Specify `True` or `False` to control whether an eager join is constructed as an INNER or OUTER join. Default is `False` as always. The mapper options will override whichever setting is specified on relation(). Should generally be set for many-to-one, not nullable foreign key relations to allow improved join performance. [ticket:1544] - the behavior of eagerloading such that the main query is wrapped in a subquery when LIMIT/OFFSET are present now makes an exception for the case when all eager loads are many-to-one joins. In those cases, the eager joins are against the parent table directly along with the limit/offset without the extra overhead of a subquery, since a many-to-one join does not add rows to the result. - Enhancements / Changes on Session.merge(): - the "dont_load=True" flag on Session.merge() is deprecated and is now "load=False". - Session.merge() is performance optimized, using half the call counts for "load=False" mode compared to 0.5 and significantly fewer SQL queries in the case of collections for "load=True" mode. - merge() will not issue a needless merge of attributes if the given instance is the same instance which is already present. - merge() now also merges the "options" associated with a given state, i.e. those passed through query.options() which follow along with an instance, such as options to eagerly- or lazyily- load various attributes. This is essential for the construction of highly integrated caching schemes. This is a subtle behavioral change vs. 0.5. - A bug was fixed regarding the serialization of the "loader path" present on an instance's state, which is also necessary when combining the usage of merge() with serialized state and associated options that should be preserved. - The all new merge() is showcased in a new comprehensive example of how to integrate Beaker with SQLAlchemy. See the notes in the "examples" note below. - Primary key values can now be changed on a joined-table inheritance object, and ON UPDATE CASCADE will be taken into account when the flush happens. Set the new "passive_updates" flag to False on mapper() when using SQLite or MySQL/MyISAM. [ticket:1362] - flush() now detects when a primary key column was updated by an ON UPDATE CASCADE operation from another primary key, and can then locate the row for a subsequent UPDATE on the new PK value. This occurs when a relation() is there to establish the relationship as well as passive_updates=True. [ticket:1671] - the "save-update" cascade will now cascade the pending *removed* values from a scalar or collection attribute into the new session during an add() operation. This so that the flush() operation will also delete or modify rows of those disconnected items. - Using a "dynamic" loader with a "secondary" table now produces a query where the "secondary" table is *not* aliased. This allows the secondary Table object to be used in the "order_by" attribute of the relation(), and also allows it to be used in filter criterion against the dynamic relation. [ticket:1531] - relation() with uselist=False will emit a warning when an eager or lazy load locates more than one valid value for the row. This may be due to primaryjoin/secondaryjoin conditions which aren't appropriate for an eager LEFT OUTER JOIN or for other conditions. [ticket:1643] - an explicit check occurs when a synonym() is used with map_column=True, when a ColumnProperty (deferred or otherwise) exists separately in the properties dictionary sent to mapper with the same keyname. Instead of silently replacing the existing property (and possible options on that property), an error is raised. [ticket:1633] - a "dynamic" loader sets up its query criterion at construction time so that the actual query is returned from non-cloning accessors like "statement". - the "named tuple" objects returned when iterating a Query() are now pickleable. - mapping to a select() construct now requires that you make an alias() out of it distinctly. This to eliminate confusion over such issues as [ticket:1542] - query.join() has been reworked to provide more consistent behavior and more flexibility (includes [ticket:1537]) - query.select_from() accepts multiple clauses to produce multiple comma separated entries within the FROM clause. Useful when selecting from multiple-homed join() clauses. - query.select_from() also accepts mapped classes, aliased() constructs, and mappers as arguments. In particular this helps when querying from multiple joined-table classes to ensure the full join gets rendered. - query.get() can be used with a mapping to an outer join where one or more of the primary key values are None. [ticket:1135] - query.from_self(), query.union(), others which do a "SELECT * from (SELECT...)" type of nesting will do a better job translating column expressions within the subquery to the columns clause of the outer query. This is potentially backwards incompatible with 0.5, in that this may break queries with literal expressions that do not have labels applied (i.e. literal('foo'), etc.) [ticket:1568] - relation primaryjoin and secondaryjoin now check that they are column-expressions, not just clause elements. this prohibits things like FROM expressions being placed there directly. [ticket:1622] - `expression.null()` is fully understood the same way None is when comparing an object/collection-referencing attribute within query.filter(), filter_by(), etc. [ticket:1415] - added "make_transient()" helper function which transforms a persistent/ detached instance into a transient one (i.e. deletes the instance_key and removes from any session.) [ticket:1052] - the allow_null_pks flag on mapper() is deprecated, and the feature is turned "on" by default. This means that a row which has a non-null value for any of its primary key columns will be considered an identity. The need for this scenario typically only occurs when mapping to an outer join. [ticket:1339] - the mechanics of "backref" have been fully merged into the finer grained "back_populates" system, and take place entirely within the _generate_backref() method of RelationProperty. This makes the initialization procedure of RelationProperty simpler and allows easier propagation of settings (such as from subclasses of RelationProperty) into the reverse reference. The internal BackRef() is gone and backref() returns a plain tuple that is understood by RelationProperty. - The version_id_col feature on mapper() will raise a warning when used with dialects that don't support "rowcount" adequately. [ticket:1569] - added "execution_options()" to Query, to so options can be passed to the resulting statement. Currently only Select-statements have these options, and the only option used is "stream_results", and the only dialect which knows "stream_results" is psycopg2. - Query.yield_per() will set the "stream_results" statement option automatically. - Deprecated or removed: * 'allow_null_pks' flag on mapper() is deprecated. It does nothing now and the setting is "on" in all cases. * 'transactional' flag on sessionmaker() and others is removed. Use 'autocommit=True' to indicate 'transactional=False'. * 'polymorphic_fetch' argument on mapper() is removed. Loading can be controlled using the 'with_polymorphic' option. * 'select_table' argument on mapper() is removed. Use 'with_polymorphic=("*", <some selectable>)' for this functionality. * 'proxy' argument on synonym() is removed. This flag did nothing throughout 0.5, as the "proxy generation" behavior is now automatic. * Passing a single list of elements to eagerload(), eagerload_all(), contains_eager(), lazyload(), defer(), and undefer() instead of multiple positional *args is deprecated. * Passing a single list of elements to query.order_by(), query.group_by(), query.join(), or query.outerjoin() instead of multiple positional *args is deprecated. * query.iterate_instances() is removed. Use query.instances(). * Query.query_from_parent() is removed. Use the sqlalchemy.orm.with_parent() function to produce a "parent" clause, or alternatively query.with_parent(). * query._from_self() is removed, use query.from_self() instead. * the "comparator" argument to composite() is removed. Use "comparator_factory". * RelationProperty._get_join() is removed. * the 'echo_uow' flag on Session is removed. Use logging on the "sqlalchemy.orm.unitofwork" name. * session.clear() is removed. use session.expunge_all(). * session.save(), session.update(), session.save_or_update() are removed. Use session.add() and session.add_all(). * the "objects" flag on session.flush() remains deprecated. * the "dont_load=True" flag on session.merge() is deprecated in favor of "load=False". * ScopedSession.mapper remains deprecated. See the usage recipe at http://www.sqlalchemy.org/trac/wiki/UsageRecipes/SessionAwareMapper * passing an InstanceState (internal SQLAlchemy state object) to attributes.init_collection() or attributes.get_history() is deprecated. These functions are public API and normally expect a regular mapped object instance. * the 'engine' parameter to declarative_base() is removed. Use the 'bind' keyword argument. - sql - the "autocommit" flag on select() and text() as well as select().autocommit() are deprecated - now call .execution_options(autocommit=True) on either of those constructs, also available directly on Connection and orm.Query. - the autoincrement flag on column now indicates the column which should be linked to cursor.lastrowid, if that method is used. See the API docs for details. - an executemany() now requires that all bound parameter sets require that all keys are present which are present in the first bound parameter set. The structure and behavior of an insert/update statement is very much determined by the first parameter set, including which defaults are going to fire off, and a minimum of guesswork is performed with all the rest so that performance is not impacted. For this reason defaults would otherwise silently "fail" for missing parameters, so this is now guarded against. [ticket:1566] - returning() support is native to insert(), update(), delete(). Implementations of varying levels of functionality exist for Postgresql, Firebird, MSSQL and Oracle. returning() can be called explicitly with column expressions which are then returned in the resultset, usually via fetchone() or first(). insert() constructs will also use RETURNING implicitly to get newly generated primary key values, if the database version in use supports it (a version number check is performed). This occurs if no end-user returning() was specified. - union(), intersect(), except() and other "compound" types of statements have more consistent behavior w.r.t. parenthesizing. Each compound element embedded within another will now be grouped with parenthesis - previously, the first compound element in the list would not be grouped, as SQLite doesn't like a statement to start with parenthesis. However, Postgresql in particular has precedence rules regarding INTERSECT, and it is more consistent for parenthesis to be applied equally to all sub-elements. So now, the workaround for SQLite is also what the workaround for PG was previously - when nesting compound elements, the first one usually needs ".alias().select()" called on it to wrap it inside of a subquery. [ticket:1665] - insert() and update() constructs can now embed bindparam() objects using names that match the keys of columns. These bind parameters will circumvent the usual route to those keys showing up in the VALUES or SET clause of the generated SQL. [ticket:1579] - the Binary type now returns data as a Python string (or a "bytes" type in Python 3), instead of the built- in "buffer" type. This allows symmetric round trips of binary data. [ticket:1524] - Added a tuple_() construct, allows sets of expressions to be compared to another set, typically with IN against composite primary keys or similar. Also accepts an IN with multiple columns. The "scalar select can have only one column" error message is removed - will rely upon the database to report problems with col mismatch. - User-defined "default" and "onupdate" callables which accept a context should now call upon "context.current_parameters" to get at the dictionary of bind parameters currently being processed. This dict is available in the same way regardless of single-execute or executemany-style statement execution. - multi-part schema names, i.e. with dots such as "dbo.master", are now rendered in select() labels with underscores for dots, i.e. "dbo_master_table_column". This is a "friendly" label that behaves better in result sets. [ticket:1428] - removed needless "counter" behavior with select() labelnames that match a column name in the table, i.e. generates "tablename_id" for "id", instead of "tablename_id_1" in an attempt to avoid naming conflicts, when the table has a column actually named "tablename_id" - this is because the labeling logic is always applied to all columns so a naming conflict will never occur. - calling expr.in_(), i.e. with an empty list, emits a warning before issuing the usual "expr != expr" clause. The "expr != expr" can be very expensive, and it's preferred that the user not issue in_() if the list is empty, instead simply not querying, or modifying the criterion as appropriate for more complex situations. [ticket:1628] - Added "execution_options()" to select()/text(), which set the default options for the Connection. See the note in "engines". - Deprecated or removed: * "scalar" flag on select() is removed, use select.as_scalar(). * "shortname" attribute on bindparam() is removed. * postgres_returning, firebird_returning flags on insert(), update(), delete() are deprecated, use the new returning() method. * fold_equivalents flag on join is deprecated (will remain until [ticket:1131] is implemented) - engines - transaction isolation level may be specified with create_engine(... isolation_level="..."); available on postgresql and sqlite. [ticket:443] - Connection has execution_options(), generative method which accepts keywords that affect how the statement is executed w.r.t. the DBAPI. Currently supports "stream_results", causes psycopg2 to use a server side cursor for that statement, as well as "autocommit", which is the new location for the "autocommit" option from select() and text(). select() and text() also have .execution_options() as well as ORM Query(). - fixed the import for entrypoint-driven dialects to not rely upon silly tb_info trick to determine import error status. [ticket:1630] - added first() method to ResultProxy, returns first row and closes result set immediately. - RowProxy objects are now pickleable, i.e. the object returned by result.fetchone(), result.fetchall() etc. - RowProxy no longer has a close() method, as the row no longer maintains a reference to the parent. Call close() on the parent ResultProxy instead, or use autoclose. - ResultProxy internals have been overhauled to greatly reduce method call counts when fetching columns. Can provide a large speed improvement (up to more than 100%) when fetching large result sets. The improvement is larger when fetching columns that have no type-level processing applied and when using results as tuples (instead of as dictionaries). Many thanks to Elixir's Ga√ętan de Menten for this dramatic improvement ! [ticket:1586] - Databases which rely upon postfetch of "last inserted id" to get at a generated sequence value (i.e. MySQL, MS-SQL) now work correctly when there is a composite primary key where the "autoincrement" column is not the first primary key column in the table. - the last_inserted_ids() method has been renamed to the descriptor "inserted_primary_key". - setting echo=False on create_engine() now sets the loglevel to WARN instead of NOTSET. This so that logging can be disabled for a particular engine even if logging for "sqlalchemy.engine" is enabled overall. Note that the default setting of "echo" is `None`. [ticket:1554] - ConnectionProxy now has wrapper methods for all transaction lifecycle events, including begin(), rollback(), commit() begin_nested(), begin_prepared(), prepare(), release_savepoint(), etc. - Connection pool logging now uses both INFO and DEBUG log levels for logging. INFO is for major events such as invalidated connections, DEBUG for all the acquire/return logging. `echo_pool` can be False, None, True or "debug" the same way as `echo` works. - All pyodbc-dialects now support extra pyodbc-specific kw arguments 'ansi', 'unicode_results', 'autocommit'. [ticket:1621] - the "threadlocal" engine has been rewritten and simplified and now supports SAVEPOINT operations. - deprecated or removed * result.last_inserted_ids() is deprecated. Use result.inserted_primary_key * dialect.get_default_schema_name(connection) is now public via dialect.default_schema_name. * the "connection" argument from engine.transaction() and engine.run_callable() is removed - Connection itself now has those methods. All four methods accept *args and **kwargs which are passed to the given callable, as well as the operating connection. - schema - the `__contains__()` method of `MetaData` now accepts strings or `Table` objects as arguments. If given a `Table`, the argument is converted to `table.key` first, i.e. "[schemaname.]<tablename>" [ticket:1541] - deprecated MetaData.connect() and ThreadLocalMetaData.connect() have been removed - send the "bind" attribute to bind a metadata. - deprecated metadata.table_iterator() method removed (use sorted_tables) - deprecated PassiveDefault - use DefaultClause. - the "metadata" argument is removed from DefaultGenerator and subclasses, but remains locally present on Sequence, which is a standalone construct in DDL. - Removed public mutability from Index and Constraint objects: - ForeignKeyConstraint.append_element() - Index.append_column() - UniqueConstraint.append_column() - PrimaryKeyConstraint.add() - PrimaryKeyConstraint.remove() These should be constructed declaratively (i.e. in one construction). - The "start" and "increment" attributes on Sequence now generate "START WITH" and "INCREMENT BY" by default, on Oracle and Postgresql. Firebird doesn't support these keywords right now. [ticket:1545] - UniqueConstraint, Index, PrimaryKeyConstraint all accept lists of column names or column objects as arguments. - Other removed things: - Table.key (no idea what this was for) - Table.primary_key is not assignable - use table.append_constraint(PrimaryKeyConstraint(...)) - Column.bind (get via column.table.bind) - Column.metadata (get via column.table.metadata) - Column.sequence (use column.default) - ForeignKey(constraint=some_parent) (is now private _constraint) - The use_alter flag on ForeignKey is now a shortcut option for operations that can be hand-constructed using the DDL() event system. A side effect of this refactor is that ForeignKeyConstraint objects with use_alter=True will *not* be emitted on SQLite, which does not support ALTER for foreign keys. - ForeignKey and ForeignKeyConstraint objects now correctly copy() all their public keyword arguments. [ticket:1605] - Reflection/Inspection - Table reflection has been expanded and generalized into a new API called "sqlalchemy.engine.reflection.Inspector". The Inspector object provides fine-grained information about a wide variety of schema information, with room for expansion, including table names, column names, view definitions, sequences, indexes, etc. - Views are now reflectable as ordinary Table objects. The same Table constructor is used, with the caveat that "effective" primary and foreign key constraints aren't part of the reflection results; these have to be specified explicitly if desired. - The existing autoload=True system now uses Inspector underneath so that each dialect need only return "raw" data about tables and other objects - Inspector is the single place that information is compiled into Table objects so that consistency is at a maximum. - DDL - the DDL system has been greatly expanded. the DDL() class now extends the more generic DDLElement(), which forms the basis of many new constructs: - CreateTable() - DropTable() - AddConstraint() - DropConstraint() - CreateIndex() - DropIndex() - CreateSequence() - DropSequence() These support "on" and "execute-at()" just like plain DDL() does. User-defined DDLElement subclasses can be created and linked to a compiler using the sqlalchemy.ext.compiler extension. - The signature of the "on" callable passed to DDL() and DDLElement() is revised as follows: "ddl" - the DDLElement object itself. "event" - the string event name. "target" - previously "schema_item", the Table or MetaData object triggering the event. "connection" - the Connection object in use for the operation. **kw - keyword arguments. In the case of MetaData before/after create/drop, the list of Table objects for which CREATE/DROP DDL is to be issued is passed as the kw argument "tables". This is necessary for metadata-level DDL that is dependent on the presence of specific tables. - the "schema_item" attribute of DDL has been renamed to "target". - dialect refactor - Dialect modules are now broken into database dialects plus DBAPI implementations. Connect URLs are now preferred to be specified using dialect+driver://..., i.e. "mysql+mysqldb://scott:tiger@localhost/test". See the 0.6 documentation for examples. - the setuptools entrypoint for external dialects is now called "sqlalchemy.dialects". - the "owner" keyword argument is removed from Table. Use "schema" to represent any namespaces to be prepended to the table name. - server_version_info becomes a static attribute. - dialects receive an initialize() event on initial connection to determine connection properties. - dialects receive a visit_pool event have an opportunity to establish pool listeners. - cached TypeEngine classes are cached per-dialect class instead of per-dialect. - new UserDefinedType should be used as a base class for new types, which preserves the 0.5 behavior of get_col_spec(). - The result_processor() method of all type classes now accepts a second argument "coltype", which is the DBAPI type argument from cursor.description. This argument can help some types decide on the most efficient processing of result values. - Deprecated Dialect.get_params() removed. - Dialect.get_rowcount() has been renamed to a descriptor "rowcount", and calls cursor.rowcount directly. Dialects which need to hardwire a rowcount in for certain calls should override the method to provide different behavior. - DefaultRunner and subclasses have been removed. The job of this object has been simplified and moved into ExecutionContext. Dialects which support sequences should add a `fire_sequence()` method to their execution context implementation. [ticket:1566] - Functions and operators generated by the compiler now use (almost) regular dispatch functions of the form "visit_<opname>" and "visit_<funcname>_fn" to provide customed processing. This replaces the need to copy the "functions" and "operators" dictionaries in compiler subclasses with straightforward visitor methods, and also allows compiler subclasses complete control over rendering, as the full _Function or _BinaryExpression object is passed in. - postgresql - New dialects: pg8000, zxjdbc, and pypostgresql on py3k. - The "postgres" dialect is now named "postgresql" ! Connection strings look like: postgresql://scott:tiger@localhost/test postgresql+pg8000://scott:tiger@localhost/test The "postgres" name remains for backwards compatiblity in the following ways: - There is a "postgres.py" dummy dialect which allows old URLs to work, i.e. postgres://scott:tiger@localhost/test - The "postgres" name can be imported from the old "databases" module, i.e. "from sqlalchemy.databases import postgres" as well as "dialects", "from sqlalchemy.dialects.postgres import base as pg", will send a deprecation warning. - Special expression arguments are now named "postgresql_returning" and "postgresql_where", but the older "postgres_returning" and "postgres_where" names still work with a deprecation warning. - "postgresql_where" now accepts SQL expressions which can also include literals, which will be quoted as needed. - The psycopg2 dialect now uses psycopg2's "unicode extension" on all new connections, which allows all String/Text/etc. types to skip the need to post-process bytestrings into unicode (an expensive step due to its volume). Other dialects which return unicode natively (pg8000, zxjdbc) also skip unicode post-processing. - Added new ENUM type, which exists as a schema-level construct and extends the generic Enum type. Automatically associates itself with tables and their parent metadata to issue the appropriate CREATE TYPE/DROP TYPE commands as needed, supports unicode labels, supports reflection. [ticket:1511] - INTERVAL supports an optional "precision" argument corresponding to the argument that PG accepts. - using new dialect.initialize() feature to set up version-dependent behavior. - somewhat better support for % signs in table/column names; psycopg2 can't handle a bind parameter name of %(foobar)s however and SQLA doesn't want to add overhead just to treat that one non-existent use case. [ticket:1279] - Inserting NULL into a primary key + foreign key column will allow the "not null constraint" error to raise, not an attempt to execute a nonexistent "col_id_seq" sequence. [ticket:1516] - autoincrement SELECT statements, i.e. those which select from a procedure that modifies rows, now work with server-side cursor mode (the named cursor isn't used for such statements.) - postgresql dialect can properly detect pg "devel" version strings, i.e. "8.5devel" [ticket:1636] - The psycopg2 now respects the statement option "stream_results". This option overrides the connection setting "server_side_cursors". If true, server side cursors will be used for the statement. If false, they will not be used, even if "server_side_cursors" is true on the connection. [ticket:1619] - mysql - New dialects: oursql, a new native dialect, MySQL Connector/Python, a native Python port of MySQLdb, and of course zxjdbc on Jython. - VARCHAR/NVARCHAR will not render without a length, raises an error before passing to MySQL. Doesn't impact CAST since VARCHAR is not allowed in MySQL CAST anyway, the dialect renders CHAR/NCHAR in those cases. - all the _detect_XXX() functions now run once underneath dialect.initialize() - somewhat better support for % signs in table/column names; MySQLdb can't handle % signs in SQL when executemany() is used, and SQLA doesn't want to add overhead just to treat that one non-existent use case. [ticket:1279] - the BINARY and MSBinary types now generate "BINARY" in all cases. Omitting the "length" parameter will generate "BINARY" with no length. Use BLOB to generate an unlengthed binary column. - the "quoting='quoted'" argument to MSEnum/ENUM is deprecated. It's best to rely upon the automatic quoting. - ENUM now subclasses the new generic Enum type, and also handles unicode values implicitly, if the given labelnames are unicode objects. - a column of type TIMESTAMP now defaults to NULL if "nullable=False" is not passed to Column(), and no default is present. This is now consistent with all other types, and in the case of TIMESTAMP explictly renders "NULL" due to MySQL's "switching" of default nullability for TIMESTAMP columns. [ticket:1539] - oracle - unit tests pass 100% with cx_oracle ! - support for cx_Oracle's "native unicode" mode which does not require NLS_LANG to be set. Use the latest 5.0.2 or later of cx_oracle. - an NCLOB type is added to the base types. - use_ansi=False won't leak into the FROM/WHERE clause of a statement that's selecting from a subquery that also uses JOIN/OUTERJOIN. - added native INTERVAL type to the dialect. This supports only the DAY TO SECOND interval type so far due to lack of support in cx_oracle for YEAR TO MONTH. [ticket:1467] - usage of the CHAR type results in cx_oracle's FIXED_CHAR dbapi type being bound to statements. - the Oracle dialect now features NUMBER which intends to act justlike Oracle's NUMBER type. It is the primary numeric type returned by table reflection and attempts to return Decimal()/float/int based on the precision/scale parameters. [ticket:885] - func.char_length is a generic function for LENGTH - ForeignKey() which includes onupdate=<value> will emit a warning, not emit ON UPDATE CASCADE which is unsupported by oracle - the keys() method of RowProxy() now returns the result column names *normalized* to be SQLAlchemy case insensitive names. This means they will be lower case for case insensitive names, whereas the DBAPI would normally return them as UPPERCASE names. This allows row keys() to be compatible with further SQLAlchemy operations. - using new dialect.initialize() feature to set up version-dependent behavior. - using types.BigInteger with Oracle will generate NUMBER(19) [ticket:1125] - "case sensitivity" feature will detect an all-lowercase case-sensitive column name during reflect and add "quote=True" to the generated Column, so that proper quoting is maintained. - firebird - the keys() method of RowProxy() now returns the result column names *normalized* to be SQLAlchemy case insensitive names. This means they will be lower case for case insensitive names, whereas the DBAPI would normally return them as UPPERCASE names. This allows row keys() to be compatible with further SQLAlchemy operations. - using new dialect.initialize() feature to set up version-dependent behavior. - "case sensitivity" feature will detect an all-lowercase case-sensitive column name during reflect and add "quote=True" to the generated Column, so that proper quoting is maintained. - mssql - MSSQL + Pyodbc + FreeTDS now works for the most part, with possible exceptions regarding binary data as well as unicode schema identifiers. - the "has_window_funcs" flag is removed. LIMIT/OFFSET usage will use ROW NUMBER as always, and if on an older version of SQL Server, the operation fails. The behavior is exactly the same except the error is raised by SQL server instead of the dialect, and no flag setting is required to enable it. - the "auto_identity_insert" flag is removed. This feature always takes effect when an INSERT statement overrides a column that is known to have a sequence on it. As with "has_window_funcs", if the underlying driver doesn't support this, then you can't do this operation in any case, so there's no point in having a flag. - using new dialect.initialize() feature to set up version-dependent behavior. - removed references to sequence which is no longer used. implicit identities in mssql work the same as implicit sequences on any other dialects. Explicit sequences are enabled through the use of "default=Sequence()". See the MSSQL dialect documentation for more information. - sqlite - DATE, TIME and DATETIME types can now take optional storage_format and regexp argument. storage_format can be used to store those types using a custom string format. regexp allows to use a custom regular expression to match string values from the database. - Time and DateTime types now use by a default a stricter regular expression to match strings from the database. Use the regexp argument if you are using data stored in a legacy format. - __legacy_microseconds__ on SQLite Time and DateTime types is not supported anymore. You should use the storage_format argument instead. - Date, Time and DateTime types are now stricter in what they accept as bind parameters: Date type only accepts date objects (and datetime ones, because they inherit from date), Time only accepts time objects, and DateTime only accepts date and datetime objects. - Table() supports a keyword argument "sqlite_autoincrement", which applies the SQLite keyword "AUTOINCREMENT" to the single integer primary key column when generating DDL. Will prevent generation of a separate PRIMARY KEY constraint. [ticket:1016] - new dialects - postgresql+pg8000 - postgresql+pypostgresql (partial) - postgresql+zxjdbc - mysql+pyodbc - mysql+zxjdbc - types - The construction of types within dialects has been totally overhauled. Dialects now define publically available types as UPPERCASE names exclusively, and internal implementation types using underscore identifiers (i.e. are private). The system by which types are expressed in SQL and DDL has been moved to the compiler system. This has the effect that there are much fewer type objects within most dialects. A detailed document on this architecture for dialect authors is in lib/sqlalchemy/dialects/type_migration_guidelines.txt . - Types no longer make any guesses as to default parameters. In particular, Numeric, Float, NUMERIC, FLOAT, DECIMAL don't generate any length or scale unless specified. - types.Binary is renamed to types.LargeBinary, it only produces BLOB, BYTEA, or a similar "long binary" type. New base BINARY and VARBINARY types have been added to access these MySQL/MS-SQL specific types in an agnostic way [ticket:1664]. - String/Text/Unicode types now skip the unicode() check on each result column value if the dialect has detected the DBAPI as returning Python unicode objects natively. This check is issued on first connect using "SELECT CAST 'some text' AS VARCHAR(10)" or equivalent, then checking if the returned object is a Python unicode. This allows vast performance increases for native-unicode DBAPIs, including pysqlite/sqlite3, psycopg2, and pg8000. - Most types result processors have been checked for possible speed improvements. Specifically, the following generic types have been optimized, resulting in varying speed improvements: Unicode, PickleType, Interval, TypeDecorator, Binary. Also the following dbapi-specific implementations have been improved: Time, Date and DateTime on Sqlite, ARRAY on Postgresql, Time on MySQL, Numeric(as_decimal=False) on MySQL, oursql and pypostgresql, DateTime on cx_oracle and LOB-based types on cx_oracle. - Reflection of types now returns the exact UPPERCASE type within types.py, or the UPPERCASE type within the dialect itself if the type is not a standard SQL type. This means reflection now returns more accurate information about reflected types. - Added a new Enum generic type. Enum is a schema-aware object to support databases which require specific DDL in order to use enum or equivalent; in the case of PG it handles the details of `CREATE TYPE`, and on other databases without native enum support will by generate VARCHAR + an inline CHECK constraint to enforce the enum. [ticket:1109] [ticket:1511] - The Interval type includes a "native" flag which controls if native INTERVAL types (postgresql + oracle) are selected if available, or not. "day_precision" and "second_precision" arguments are also added which propagate as appropriately to these native types. Related to [ticket:1467]. - The Boolean type, when used on a backend that doesn't have native boolean support, will generate a CHECK constraint "col IN (0, 1)" along with the int/smallint- based column type. This can be switched off if desired with create_constraint=False. Note that MySQL has no native boolean *or* CHECK constraint support so this feature isn't available on that platform. [ticket:1589] - PickleType now uses == for comparison of values when mutable=True, unless the "comparator" argument with a comparsion function is specified to the type. Objects being pickled will be compared based on identity (which defeats the purpose of mutable=True) if __eq__() is not overridden or a comparison function is not provided. - The default "precision" and "scale" arguments of Numeric and Float have been removed and now default to None. NUMERIC and FLOAT will be rendered with no numeric arguments by default unless these values are provided. - AbstractType.get_search_list() is removed - the games that was used for are no longer necessary. - Added a generic BigInteger type, compiles to BIGINT or NUMBER(19). [ticket:1125] -ext - sqlsoup has been overhauled to explicitly support an 0.5 style session, using autocommit=False, autoflush=True. Default behavior of SQLSoup now requires the usual usage of commit() and rollback(), which have been added to its interface. An explcit Session or scoped_session can be passed to the constructor, allowing these arguments to be overridden. - sqlsoup db.<sometable>.update() and delete() now call query(cls).update() and delete(), respectively. - sqlsoup now has execute() and connection(), which call upon the Session methods of those names, ensuring that the bind is in terms of the SqlSoup object's bind. - sqlsoup objects no longer have the 'query' attribute - it's not needed for sqlsoup's usage paradigm and it gets in the way of a column that is actually named 'query'. - The signature of the proxy_factory callable passed to association_proxy is now (lazy_collection, creator, value_attr, association_proxy), adding a fourth argument that is the parent AssociationProxy argument. Allows serializability and subclassing of the built in collections. [ticket:1259] - association_proxy now has basic comparator methods .any(), .has(), .contains(), ==, !=, thanks to Scott Torborg. [ticket:1372] - examples - The "query_cache" examples have been removed, and are replaced with a fully comprehensive approach that combines the usage of Beaker with SQLAlchemy. New query options are used to indicate the caching characteristics of a particular Query, which can also be invoked deep within an object graph when lazily loading related objects. See /examples/beaker_caching/README. 0.5.9 ===== - sql - Fixed erroneous self_group() call in expression package. [ticket:1661] 0.5.8 ===== - sql - The copy() method on Column now supports uninitialized, unnamed Column objects. This allows easy creation of declarative helpers which place common columns on multiple subclasses. - Default generators like Sequence() translate correctly across a copy() operation. - Sequence() and other DefaultGenerator objects are accepted as the value for the "default" and "onupdate" keyword arguments of Column, in addition to being accepted positionally. - Fixed a column arithmetic bug that affected column correspondence for cloned selectables which contain free-standing column expressions. This bug is generally only noticeable when exercising newer ORM behavior only availble in 0.6 via [ticket:1568], but is more correct at the SQL expression level as well. [ticket:1617] - postgresql - The extract() function, which was slightly improved in 0.5.7, needed a lot more work to generate the correct typecast (the typecasts appear to be necessary in PG's EXTRACT quite a lot of the time). The typecast is now generated using a rule dictionary based on PG's documentation for date/time/interval arithmetic. It also accepts text() constructs again, which was broken in 0.5.7. [ticket:1647] - firebird - Recognize more errors as disconnections. [ticket:1646] 0.5.7 ===== - orm - contains_eager() now works with the automatically generated subquery that results when you say "query(Parent).join(Parent.somejoinedsubclass)", i.e. when Parent joins to a joined-table-inheritance subclass. Previously contains_eager() would erroneously add the subclass table to the query separately producing a cartesian product. An example is in the ticket description. [ticket:1543] - query.options() now only propagate to loaded objects for potential further sub-loads only for options where such behavior is relevant, keeping various unserializable options like those generated by contains_eager() out of individual instance states. [ticket:1553] - Session.execute() now locates table- and mapper-specific binds based on a passed in expression which is an insert()/update()/delete() construct. [ticket:1054] - Session.merge() now properly overwrites a many-to-one or uselist=False attribute to None if the attribute is also None in the given object to be merged. - Fixed a needless select which would occur when merging transient objects that contained a null primary key identifier. [ticket:1618] - Mutable collection passed to the "extension" attribute of relation(), column_property() etc. will not be mutated or shared among multiple instrumentation calls, preventing duplicate extensions, such as backref populators, from being inserted into the list. [ticket:1585] - Fixed the call to get_committed_value() on CompositeProperty. [ticket:1504] - Fixed bug where Query would crash if a join() with no clear "left" side were called when a non-mapped column entity appeared in the columns list. [ticket:1602] - Fixed bug whereby composite columns wouldn't load properly when configured on a joined-table subclass, introduced in version 0.5.6 as a result of the fix for [ticket:1480]. [ticket:1616] thx to Scott Torborg. - The "use get" behavior of many-to-one relations, i.e. that a lazy load will fallback to the possibly cached query.get() value, now works across join conditions where the two compared types are not exactly the same class, but share the same "affinity" - i.e. Integer and SmallInteger. Also allows combinations of reflected and non-reflected types to work with 0.5 style type reflection, such as PGText/Text (note 0.6 reflects types as their generic versions). [ticket:1556] - Fixed bug in query.update() when passing Cls.attribute as keys in the value dict and using synchronize_session='expire' ('fetch' in 0.6). [ticket:1436] - sql - Fixed bug in two-phase transaction whereby commit() method didn't set the full state which allows subsequent close() call to succeed. [ticket:1603] - Fixed the "numeric" paramstyle, which apparently is the default paramstyle used by Informixdb. - Repeat expressions in the columns clause of a select are deduped based on the identity of each clause element, not the actual string. This allows positional elements to render correctly even if they all render identically, such as "qmark" style bind parameters. [ticket:1574] - The cursor associated with connection pool connections (i.e. _CursorFairy) now proxies `__iter__()` to the underlying cursor correctly. [ticket:1632] - types now support an "affinity comparison" operation, i.e. that an Integer/SmallInteger are "compatible", or a Text/String, PickleType/Binary, etc. Part of [ticket:1556]. - Fixed bug preventing alias() of an alias() from being cloned or adapted (occurs frequently in ORM operations). [ticket:1641] - sqlite - sqlite dialect properly generates CREATE INDEX for a table that is in an alternate schema. [ticket:1439] - postgresql - Added support for reflecting the DOUBLE PRECISION type, via a new postgres.PGDoublePrecision object. This is postgresql.DOUBLE_PRECISION in 0.6. [ticket:1085] - Added support for reflecting the INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH and INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND syntaxes of the INTERVAL type. [ticket:460] - Corrected the "has_sequence" query to take current schema, or explicit sequence-stated schema, into account. [ticket:1576] - Fixed the behavior of extract() to apply operator precedence rules to the "::" operator when applying the "timestamp" cast - ensures proper parenthesization. [ticket:1611] - mssql - Changed the name of TrustedConnection to Trusted_Connection when constructing pyodbc connect arguments [ticket:1561] - oracle - The "table_names" dialect function, used by MetaData .reflect(), omits "index overflow tables", a system table generated by Oracle when "index only tables" with overflow are used. These tables aren't accessible via SQL and can't be reflected. [ticket:1637] - ext - A column can be added to a joined-table declarative superclass after the class has been constructed (i.e. via class-level attribute assignment), and the column will be propagated down to subclasses. [ticket:1570] This is the reverse situation as that of [ticket:1523], fixed in 0.5.6. - Fixed a slight inaccuracy in the sharding example. Comparing equivalence of columns in the ORM is best accomplished using col1.shares_lineage(col2). [ticket:1491] - Removed unused `load()` method from ShardedQuery. [ticket:1606]
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Update from version 0.4.7p1 to 0.5.6. This updates to a new stable branch of SQLAlchemy. The list of changes are too extensive to include verbatim here, the change log for the 0.5.6 release (and the rest of the 0.5 releases) is available at http://www.sqlalchemy.org/trac/browser/sqlalchemy/tags/rel_0_5_6/CHANGES These changes were submitted as PR#42260 by Fredrik Pettai.
Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jun 14 17:43:22 2009 UTC (10 years, 2 months ago) by joerg
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Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs
Revision 18.104.22.168 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs] (vendor branch), Thu Sep 4 20:42:28 2008 UTC (10 years, 11 months ago) by tonnerre
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Import the SQLAlchemy Python module. SQLAlchemy is a customizable object oriented interface to databases like DBIx-Class is for Perl. It is quite extensible and widely deployed. It contains compilers for a number of database engines which are used only if they're requested explicitly, nevertheless the package offers to depend on some of them explicitly as requested by PKG_OPTIONS.py-sqlalchemy.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Sep 4 20:42:28 2008 UTC (10 years, 11 months ago) by tonnerre
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