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# 2011 Mar 16
#
# 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.
#
#***********************************************************************
#
# The focus of this file is testing the session module.
#

if {![info exists testdir]} {
  set testdir [file join [file dirname [info script]] .. .. test]
} 
source [file join [file dirname [info script]] session_common.tcl]
source $testdir/tester.tcl
ifcapable !session {finish_test; return}

set testprefix session2

proc test_reset {} {
  catch { db close }
  catch { db2 close }
  forcedelete test.db test.db2
  sqlite3 db test.db
  sqlite3 db2 test.db2
}

##########################################################################
# End of proc definitions. Start of tests.
##########################################################################

test_reset
do_execsql_test 1.0 { 
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('i', 'one');
}
do_iterator_test 1.1 t1 {
  DELETE FROM t1 WHERE a = 'i';
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('ii', 'two');
} {
  {DELETE t1 0 X. {t i t one} {}} 
  {INSERT t1 0 X. {} {t ii t two}}
}

do_iterator_test 1.2 t1 {
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1.5, 99.9)
} {
  {INSERT t1 0 X. {} {f 1.5 f 99.9}}
}

do_iterator_test 1.3 t1 {
  UPDATE t1 SET b = 100.1 WHERE a = 1.5;
  UPDATE t1 SET b = 99.9 WHERE a = 1.5;
} { }

do_iterator_test 1.4 t1 {
  UPDATE t1 SET b = 100.1 WHERE a = 1.5;
} {
  {UPDATE t1 0 X. {f 1.5 f 99.9} {{} {} f 100.1}}
}


# Execute each of the following blocks of SQL on database [db1]. Collect
# changes using a session object. Apply the resulting changeset to
# database [db2]. Then check that the contents of the two databases are
# identical.
#

set set_of_tests {
  1 { INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(1, 2) } 

  2 {
    INSERT INTO %T2% VALUES(1, NULL);
    INSERT INTO %T2% VALUES(2, NULL);
    INSERT INTO %T2% VALUES(3, NULL);
    DELETE FROM %T2% WHERE a = 2;
    INSERT INTO %T2% VALUES(4, NULL);
    UPDATE %T2% SET b=0 WHERE b=1;
  } 

  3 { INSERT INTO %T3% SELECT *, NULL FROM %T2% }

  4 {
    INSERT INTO %T3% SELECT a||a, b||b, NULL FROM %T3%;
    DELETE FROM %T3% WHERE rowid%2;
  }

  5 { UPDATE %T3% SET c = a||b }

  6 { UPDATE %T1% SET a = 32 }

  7 { 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%; 
    DELETE FROM %T1% WHERE (rowid%3)==0;
  }

  8 {
    BEGIN;
      INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT randomblob(32), randomblob(32) FROM %T1%;
    ROLLBACK;
  }
  9 {
    BEGIN;
      UPDATE %T1% SET b = 'xxx';
    ROLLBACK;
  }
  10 {
    BEGIN;
      DELETE FROM %T1% WHERE 1;
    ROLLBACK;
  }
  11 {
    INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(randomblob(21000), randomblob(0));
    INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(1.5, 1.5);
    INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(4.56, -99.999999999999999999999);
  }
  12 {
    INSERT INTO %T2% VALUES(NULL, NULL);
  }

  13 {
    DELETE FROM %T1% WHERE 1;

    -- Insert many rows with real primary keys. Enough to force the session
    -- objects hash table to resize. 
    INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(0.1, 0.1);
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+0.1, b+0.1 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+0.2, b+0.2 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+0.4, b+0.4 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+0.8, b+0.8 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+1.6, b+1.6 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+3.2, b+3.2 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+6.4, b+6.4 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+12.8, b+12.8 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+25.6, b+25.6 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+51.2, b+51.2 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+102.4, b+102.4 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+204.8, b+204.8 FROM %T1%;
  }

  14 {
    DELETE FROM %T1% WHERE 1;
  }

  15 {
    INSERT INTO %T1% VALUES(1, 1);
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+2, b+2 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+4, b+4 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+8, b+8 FROM %T1%;
    INSERT INTO %T1% SELECT a+256, b+256 FROM %T1%;
  }

  16 {
    INSERT INTO %T4% VALUES('abc', 'def');
    INSERT INTO %T4% VALUES('def', 'abc');
  }
  17 { UPDATE %T4% SET b = 1 }
  18 { DELETE FROM %T4% WHERE 1 }
}

test_reset
do_common_sql {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
  CREATE TABLE t2(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
  CREATE TABLE t3(a, b, c, PRIMARY KEY(a, b));
  CREATE TABLE t4(a, b, PRIMARY KEY(b, a));
}

foreach {tn sql} [string map {%T1% t1 %T2% t2 %T3% t3 %T4% t4} $set_of_tests] {
  do_then_apply_sql $sql
  do_test 2.$tn { compare_db db db2 } {}
}

# The following block of tests is similar to the last, except that the
# session object is recording changes made to an attached database. The
# main database contains a table of the same name as the table being
# modified within the attached db.
#
test_reset
forcedelete test.db3
sqlite3 db3 test.db3
do_test 3.0 {
  execsql {
    ATTACH 'test.db3' AS 'aux';
    CREATE TABLE t1(a, b PRIMARY KEY);
    CREATE TABLE t2(x, y, z);
    CREATE TABLE t3(a);

    CREATE TABLE aux.t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
    CREATE TABLE aux.t2(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
    CREATE TABLE aux.t3(a, b, c, PRIMARY KEY(a, b));
    CREATE TABLE aux.t4(a, b, PRIMARY KEY(b, a));
  }
  execsql {
    CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
    CREATE TABLE t2(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
    CREATE TABLE t3(a, b, c, PRIMARY KEY(a, b));
    CREATE TABLE t4(a, b, PRIMARY KEY(b, a));
  } db2
} {}

proc xTrace {args} { puts $args }

foreach {tn sql} [
  string map {%T1% aux.t1 %T2% aux.t2 %T3% aux.t3 %T4% aux.t4} $set_of_tests
] {
  do_then_apply_sql $sql aux
  do_test 3.$tn { compare_db db2 db3 } {}
}
catch {db3 close}


#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following tests verify that NULL values in primary key columns are
# handled correctly by the session module.
#
test_reset
do_execsql_test 4.0 {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY);
  CREATE TABLE t2(a, b, c, PRIMARY KEY(c, b));
  CREATE TABLE t3(a, b INTEGER PRIMARY KEY);
}

foreach {tn sql changeset} {
  1 {
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(123);
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(NULL);
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(456);
  } {
    {INSERT t1 0 X {} {i 456}} 
    {INSERT t1 0 X {} {i 123}}
  }

  2 {
    UPDATE t1 SET a = NULL;
  } {
    {DELETE t1 0 X {i 456} {}}
    {DELETE t1 0 X {i 123} {}}
  }

  3 { DELETE FROM t1 } { }

  4 { 
    INSERT INTO t3 VALUES(NULL, NULL)
  } {
    {INSERT t3 0 .X {} {n {} i 1}} 
  }

  5 { INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1, 2, NULL) }    { }
  6 { INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1, NULL, 3) }    { }
  7 { INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1, NULL, NULL) } { }
  8 { INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1, 2, 3) }    { {INSERT t2 0 .XX {} {i 1 i 2 i 3}} }
  9 { DELETE FROM t2 WHERE 1 }            { {DELETE t2 0 .XX {i 1 i 2 i 3} {}} }

} {
  do_iterator_test 4.$tn {t1 t2 t3} $sql $changeset
}


#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that if NULL is passed to sqlite3session_attach(), all database
# tables are attached to the session object.
#
test_reset
do_execsql_test 5.0 {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY);
  CREATE TABLE t2(x, y PRIMARY KEY);
}

foreach {tn sql changeset} {
  1 { INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(35) }     { {INSERT t1 0 X {} {i 35}} }
  2 { INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(36, 37) } { {INSERT t2 0 .X {} {i 36 i 37}} }
  3 { 
    DELETE FROM t1 WHERE 1;
    UPDATE t2 SET x = 34;
  } { 
    {UPDATE t2 0 .X {i 36 i 37} {i 34 {} {}}}
    {DELETE t1 0 X {i 35} {}}
  }
} {
  do_iterator_test 5.$tn * $sql $changeset
}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The next block of tests verify that the "indirect" flag is set 
# correctly within changesets. The indirect flag is set for a change
# if either of the following are true:
#
#   * The sqlite3session_indirect() API has been used to set the session
#     indirect flag to true, or
#   * The change was made by a trigger.
#
# If the same row is updated more than once during a session, then the 
# change is considered indirect only if all changes meet the criteria 
# above.
#
test_reset
db function indirect [list S indirect]

do_execsql_test 6.0 {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b, c);

  CREATE TABLE t2(x PRIMARY KEY, y);
  CREATE TRIGGER AFTER INSERT ON t2 WHEN new.x%2 BEGIN
    INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(new.x+1, NULL);
  END;
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.1 * {
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one', 'i');
  SELECT indirect(1);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2, 'two', 'ii');
  SELECT indirect(0);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3, 'three', 'iii');
} {
  {INSERT t1 0 X.. {} {i 1 t one t i}}
  {INSERT t1 1 X.. {} {i 2 t two t ii}}
  {INSERT t1 0 X.. {} {i 3 t three t iii}}
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.2 * {
  SELECT indirect(1);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'I' WHERE a = 1;
  SELECT indirect(0);
} {
  {UPDATE t1 1 X.. {i 1 {} {} t i} {{} {} {} {} t I}}
}
do_iterator_test 6.1.3 * {
  SELECT indirect(1);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = '.' WHERE a = 1;
  SELECT indirect(0);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'o' WHERE a = 1;
} {
  {UPDATE t1 0 X.. {i 1 {} {} t I} {{} {} {} {} t o}}
}
do_iterator_test 6.1.4 * {
  SELECT indirect(0);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'x' WHERE a = 1;
  SELECT indirect(1);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'i' WHERE a = 1;
} {
  {UPDATE t1 0 X.. {i 1 {} {} t o} {{} {} {} {} t i}}
}
do_iterator_test 6.1.4 * {
  SELECT indirect(1);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'y' WHERE a = 1;
  SELECT indirect(1);
  UPDATE t1 SET c = 'I' WHERE a = 1;
} {
  {UPDATE t1 1 X.. {i 1 {} {} t i} {{} {} {} {} t I}}
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.5 * {
  INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(1, 'x');
} {
  {INSERT t2 0 X. {} {i 1 t x}}
  {INSERT t2 1 X. {} {i 2 n {}}}
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.6 * {
  SELECT indirect(1);
  INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(3, 'x');
  SELECT indirect(0);
  UPDATE t2 SET y = 'y' WHERE x>2;
} {
  {INSERT t2 0 X. {} {i 3 t y}}
  {INSERT t2 0 X. {} {i 4 t y}}
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.7 * {
  SELECT indirect(1);
  DELETE FROM t2 WHERE x = 4;
  SELECT indirect(0);
  INSERT INTO t2 VALUES(4, 'new');
} {
  {UPDATE t2 0 X. {i 4 t y} {{} {} t new}}
}

do_iterator_test 6.1.8 * {
  CREATE TABLE t3(a, b PRIMARY KEY);
  CREATE TABLE t4(a, b PRIMARY KEY);
  CREATE TRIGGER t4t AFTER UPDATE ON t4 BEGIN
    UPDATE t3 SET a = new.a WHERE b = new.b;
  END;

  SELECT indirect(1);
  INSERT INTO t3 VALUES('one', 1);
  INSERT INTO t4 VALUES('one', 1);
  SELECT indirect(0);
  UPDATE t4 SET a = 'two' WHERE b = 1;
} {
  {INSERT t4 0 .X {} {t two i 1}} 
  {INSERT t3 1 .X {} {t two i 1}}
}

sqlite3session S db main
do_execsql_test 6.2.1 {
  SELECT indirect(0);
  SELECT indirect(-1);
  SELECT indirect(45);
  SELECT indirect(-100);
} {0 0 1 1}
S delete

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that if a conflict-handler that has been passed either NOTFOUND or
# CONSTRAINT returns REPLACE - the sqlite3changeset_apply() call returns
# MISUSE and rolls back any changes made so far.
#
#   7.1.*: NOTFOUND conflict-callback.
#   7.2.*: CONSTRAINT conflict-callback.
#
proc xConflict {args} {return REPLACE}
test_reset

do_execsql_test 7.1.1 {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(2, 'two');
}
do_test 7.1.2 {
  execsql {
    CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b NOT NULL);
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 'one');
  } db2
} {}
do_test 7.1.3 {
  set changeset [changeset_from_sql {
    UPDATE t1 SET b = 'five' WHERE a = 1;
    UPDATE t1 SET b = 'six' WHERE a = 2;
  }]
  set x [list]
  sqlite3session_foreach c $changeset { lappend x $c }
  set x
} [list \
  {UPDATE t1 0 X. {i 1 t one} {{} {} t five}} \
  {UPDATE t1 0 X. {i 2 t two} {{} {} t six}}  \
]
do_test 7.1.4 {
  list [catch {sqlite3changeset_apply db2 $changeset xConflict} msg] $msg
} {1 SQLITE_MISUSE}
do_test 7.1.5 { execsql { SELECT * FROM t1 } db2 } {1 one}

do_test 7.2.1 {
  set changeset [changeset_from_sql { UPDATE t1 SET b = NULL WHERE a = 1 }]

  set x [list]
  sqlite3session_foreach c $changeset { lappend x $c }
  set x
} [list \
  {UPDATE t1 0 X. {i 1 t five} {{} {} n {}}} \
]
do_test 7.2.2 {
  list [catch {sqlite3changeset_apply db2 $changeset xConflict} msg] $msg
} {1 SQLITE_MISUSE}
do_test 7.2.3 { execsql { SELECT * FROM t1 } db2 } {1 one}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that if a conflict-handler returns ABORT, application of the 
# changeset is rolled back and the sqlite3changeset_apply() method returns
# SQLITE_ABORT.
#
# Also test that the same thing happens if a conflict handler returns an
# unrecognized integer value. Except, in this case SQLITE_MISUSE is returned
# instead of SQLITE_ABORT.
#
foreach {tn conflict_return apply_return} {
  1    ABORT   SQLITE_ABORT
  2    567     SQLITE_MISUSE
} {
  test_reset
  proc xConflict {args} [list return $conflict_return]

  do_test 8.$tn.0 {
    do_common_sql { 
      CREATE TABLE t1(x, y, PRIMARY KEY(x, y));
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('x', 'y');
    }
    execsql { INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('w', 'w') }

    set changeset [changeset_from_sql { DELETE FROM t1 WHERE 1 }]

    set x [list]
    sqlite3session_foreach c $changeset { lappend x $c }
    set x
  } [list \
    {DELETE t1 0 XX {t w t w} {}} \
    {DELETE t1 0 XX {t x t y} {}} \
  ]

  do_test 8.$tn.1 {
    list [catch {sqlite3changeset_apply db2 $changeset xConflict} msg] $msg
  } [list 1 $apply_return]

  do_test 8.$tn.2 {
    execsql {SELECT * FROM t1} db2
  } {x y}
}


#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Try to cause an infinite loop as follows:
#
#   1. Have a changeset insert a row that causes a CONFLICT callback,
#   2. Have the conflict handler return REPLACE,
#   3. After the session module deletes the conflicting row, have a trigger
#      re-insert it.
#   4. Goto step 1...
#
# This doesn't work, as the second invocation of the conflict handler is a
# CONSTRAINT, not a CONFLICT. There is at most one CONFLICT callback for
# each change in the changeset.
#
test_reset
proc xConflict {type args} { 
  if {$type == "CONFLICT"} { return REPLACE }
  return OMIT
}
do_test 9.1 {
  execsql {
    CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
  }
  execsql {
    CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
    INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('x', 2);
    CREATE TRIGGER tr1 AFTER DELETE ON t1 BEGIN
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(old.a, old.b);
    END;
  } db2
} {}
do_test 9.2 {
  set changeset [changeset_from_sql { INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('x', 1) }]
  sqlite3changeset_apply db2 $changeset xConflict
} {}
do_test 9.3 {
  execsql { SELECT * FROM t1 } db2
} {x 2}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
test_reset
db function enable [list S enable]

do_common_sql {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('x', 'X');
}

do_iterator_test 10.1 t1 {
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('y', 'Y');
  SELECT enable(0);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('z', 'Z');
  SELECT enable(1);
} {
  {INSERT t1 0 X. {} {t y t Y}}
}

sqlite3session S db main
do_execsql_test 10.2 {
  SELECT enable(0);
  SELECT enable(-1);
  SELECT enable(1);
  SELECT enable(-1);
} {0 0 1 1}
S delete

finish_test