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# 2004 May 10
#
# The author disclaims copyright to this source code.  In place of
# a legal notice, here is a blessing:
#
#    May you do good and not evil.
#    May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
#    May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
#
#***********************************************************************
# This file implements regression tests for SQLite library.  The
# focus of this script is btree database backend
#
# $Id: btree5.test,v 1.5 2004/05/14 12:17:46 drh Exp $


set testdir [file dirname $argv0]
source $testdir/tester.tcl

# Attempting to read table 1 of an empty file gives an SQLITE_EMPTY
# error.
#
do_test btree5-1.1 {
  file delete -force test1.bt
  file delete -force test1.bt-journal
  set rc [catch {btree_open test1.bt 2000 0} ::b1]
} {0}
do_test btree5-1.2 {
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $::b1 1 0} ::c1]
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.3 {
  set ::c1
} {SQLITE_EMPTY}
do_test btree5-1.4 {
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $::b1 1 1} ::c1]
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.5 {
  set ::c1
} {SQLITE_EMPTY}

# Starting a transaction initializes the first page of the database
# and the error goes away.
#
do_test btree5-1.6 {
  btree_begin_transaction $b1
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $b1 1 0} c1]
} {0}
do_test btree5-1.7 {
  btree_first $c1
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.8 {
  btree_close_cursor $c1
  btree_rollback $b1
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $b1 1 0} c1]
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.9 {
  set c1
} {SQLITE_EMPTY}
do_test btree5-1.10 {
  btree_begin_transaction $b1
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $b1 1 0} c1]
} {0}
do_test btree5-1.11 {
  btree_first $c1
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.12 {
  btree_close_cursor $c1
  btree_commit $b1
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $b1 1 0} c1]
} {0}
do_test btree5-1.13 {
  btree_first $c1
} {1}
do_test btree5-1.14 {
  btree_close_cursor $c1
  btree_integrity_check $b1 1
} {}

# Insert many entries into table 1.  This is designed to test the
# virtual-root logic that comes into play for page one.  It is also
# a good test of INTKEY tables.
#
# Stagger the inserts.  After the inserts complete, go back and do
# deletes.  Stagger the deletes too.  Repeat this several times.
#

# Do N inserts into table 1 using random keys between 0 and 1000000
#
proc random_inserts {N} {
  global c1
  while {$N>0} {
    set k [expr {int(rand()*1000000)}]
    if {[btree_move_to $c1 $k]==0} continue;  # entry already exists
    btree_insert $c1 $k data-for-$k
    incr N -1
  }
}

# Do N delete from table 1
#
proc random_deletes {N} {
  global c1
  while {$N>0} {
    set k [expr {int(rand()*1000000)}]
    btree_move_to $c1 $k
    btree_delete $c1
    incr N -1
  }
}

# Make sure the table has exactly N entries.  Make sure the data for
# each entry agrees with its key.
#
proc check_table {N} {
  global c1
  btree_first $c1
  set cnt 0
  while {![btree_eof $c1]} {
    if {[set data [btree_data $c1]] ne "data-for-[btree_key $c1]"} {
      return "wrong data for entry $cnt"
    }
    set n [string length $data]
    set fdata1 [btree_fetch_data $c1 $n]
    set fdata2 [btree_fetch_data $c1 -1]
    if {$fdata1 ne "" && $fdata1 ne $data} {
      return "DataFetch returned the wrong value with amt=$n"
    }
    if {$fdata1 ne $fdata2} {
      return "DataFetch returned the wrong value when amt=-1"
    }
    if {$n>10} {
      set fdata3 [btree_fetch_data $c1 10]
      if {$fdata3 ne [string range $data 0 9]} {
        return "DataFetch returned the wrong value when amt=10"
      }
    }
    incr cnt
    btree_next $c1
  }
  if {$cnt!=$N} {
    return "wrong number of entries"
  }
  return {}
}

# Initialize the database
#
btree_begin_transaction $b1
set c1 [btree_cursor $b1 1 1]
set btree_trace 0

# Do the tests.
#
set cnt 0
for {set i 1} {$i<=100} {incr i} {
  do_test btree5-2.$i.1 {
    random_inserts 200
    incr cnt 200
    check_table $cnt
  } {}
  do_test btree5-2.$i.2 {
    btree_integrity_check $b1 1
  } {}
  do_test btree5-2.$i.3 {
    random_deletes 190
    incr cnt -190
    check_table $cnt
  } {}
  do_test btree5-2.$i.4 {
    btree_integrity_check $b1 1
  } {}
}

#btree_tree_dump $b1 1
btree_close_cursor $c1
btree_commit $b1
btree_begin_transaction $b1

# This procedure converts an integer into a variable-length text key.
# The conversion is reversible.
#
# The first two characters of the string are alphabetics derived from
# the least significant bits of the number.  Because they are derived
# from least significant bits, the sort order of the resulting string
# is different from numeric order.  After the alphabetic prefix comes
# the original number.  A variable-length suffix follows.  The length
# of the suffix is based on a hash of the original number.
# 
proc num_to_key {n} {
  global charset ncharset suffix
  set c1 [string index $charset [expr {$n%$ncharset}]]
  set c2 [string index $charset [expr {($n/$ncharset)%$ncharset}]]
  set nsuf [expr {($n*211)%593}]
  return $c1$c2-$n-[string range $suffix 0 $nsuf]
}
set charset {abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ}
set ncharset [string length $charset]
set suffix $charset$charset
while {[string length $suffix]<1000} {append suffix $suffix}

# This procedures extracts the original integer used to create
# a key by num_to_key
#
proc key_to_num {key} {
  regexp {^..-([0-9]+)} $key all n
  return $n
}

# Insert into table $tab keys corresponding to all values between
# $start and $end, inclusive.
#
proc insert_range {tab start end} {
  for {set i $start} {$i<=$end} {incr i} {
    btree_insert $tab [num_to_key $i] {}
  }
}

# Delete from table $tab keys corresponding to all values between
# $start and $end, inclusive.
#
proc delete_range {tab start end} {
  for {set i $start} {$i<=$end} {incr i} {
    if {[btree_move_to $tab [num_to_key $i]]==0} {
      btree_delete $tab
    }
  }
}

# Make sure table $tab contains exactly those keys corresponding
# to values between $start and $end
#
proc check_range {tab start end} {
  btree_first $tab
  while {![btree_eof $tab]} {
    set key [btree_key $tab]
    set i [key_to_num $key]
    if {[num_to_key $i] ne $key} {
      return "malformed key: $key"
    }
    set got($i) 1
    btree_next $tab
  }
  set all [lsort -integer [array names got]]
  if {[llength $all]!=$end+1-$start} {
    return "table contains wrong number of values"
  }
  if {[lindex $all 0]!=$start} {
    return "wrong starting value"
  }
  if {[lindex $all end]!=$end} {
    return "wrong ending value"
  }
  return {}
}

# Create a zero-data table and test it out.
#
do_test btree5-3.1 {
  set rc [catch {btree_create_table $b1 2} t2]
} {0}
do_test btree5-3.2 {
  set rc [catch {btree_cursor $b1 $t2 1} c2]
} {0}
set start 1
set end 100
for {set i 1} {$i<=100} {incr i} {
  do_test btree5-3.3.$i.1 {
    insert_range $c2 $start $end
    btree_integrity_check $b1 1 $t2
  } {}
  do_test btree5-3.3.$i.2 {
    check_range $c2 $start $end
  } {}
  set nstart $start
  incr nstart 89
  do_test btree5-3.3.$i.3 {
    delete_range $c2 $start $nstart
    btree_integrity_check $b1 1 $t2
  } {}
  incr start 90
  do_test btree5-3.3.$i.4 {
    check_range $c2 $start $end
  } {}
  incr end 100
}


btree_close_cursor $c2
btree_commit $b1
btree_close $b1

finish_test