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Overview
Comment:Fix aggregate function evidence tests to work with the scan-by-index optimization.
Timelines: family | ancestors | descendants | both | trunk
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SHA1:fb12af96c24a3f9aaab2d8de9768c341e73aca04
User & Date: drh 2012-12-05 15:02:03
Context
2012-12-05
15:03
Pull in an SQLite amalgamation 3.7.15 beta. check-in: 13409d2824 user: drh tags: trunk
15:02
Fix aggregate function evidence tests to work with the scan-by-index optimization. check-in: fb12af96c2 user: drh tags: trunk
04:43
Improve the ability to compile and test on Windows using MinGW. check-in: b5fbadd16e user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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Changes to test/evidence/slt_lang_aggfunc.test.

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query I nosort
SELECT max(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
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1

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
----
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# EVIDENCE-OF: R-00171-59428 In such cases, duplicate elements are
# filtered before being passed into the aggregate function.

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SELECT count(DISTINCT *) FROM t1 WHERE y='false'


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-56088-25150 The group_concat() function returns a
# string which is the concatenation of all non-NULL values of X.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x) FROM t1
----
1,0,2,2

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
----
1,0,2


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-08600-21007 If parameter Y is present then it is used
# as the separator between instances of X.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x,':') FROM t1
----
1:0:2:2

# TBD: DISTINCT can only be used with single parameters
statement error
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x,':') FROM t1


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-39910-14723 A comma (",") is used as the separator if Y
# is omitted.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x) FROM t1
----
1,0,2,2

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
----
1,0,2


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-52585-35928 The max() aggregate function returns the
# maximum value of all values in the group.

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query R nosort
SELECT total(x) FROM t1
----

query R nosort
SELECT total(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
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query I nosort
SELECT max(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
----
1

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1,0


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-00171-59428 In such cases, duplicate elements are
# filtered before being passed into the aggregate function.

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SELECT count(DISTINCT *) FROM t1 WHERE y='false'


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-56088-25150 The group_concat() function returns a
# string which is the concatenation of all non-NULL values of X.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x) FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1,0,2,2

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1,0,2


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-08600-21007 If parameter Y is present then it is used
# as the separator between instances of X.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x,':') FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1:0:2:2

# TBD: DISTINCT can only be used with single parameters
statement error
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x,':') FROM t1


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-39910-14723 A comma (",") is used as the separator if Y
# is omitted.

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(x) FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1,0,2,2

query T nosort
SELECT group_concat(DISTINCT x) FROM t1 NOT INDEXED
----
1,0,2


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-52585-35928 The max() aggregate function returns the
# maximum value of all values in the group.

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query R nosort
SELECT total(x) FROM t1
----

query R nosort
SELECT total(DISTINCT x) FROM t1
----