Portability | portable |
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Stability | experimental |

Maintainer | Bryan O'Sullivan <bos@mailrank.com> |

The `QueryResults`

typeclass, for converting a row of results
returned by a SQL query into a more useful Haskell representation.

Predefined instances are provided for tuples containing up to ten elements.

- class QueryResults a where
- convertResults :: [Field] -> [Maybe ByteString] -> a

- convertError :: [Field] -> [Maybe ByteString] -> Int -> a

# Documentation

class QueryResults a whereSource

A collection type that can be converted from a list of strings.

Instances should use the `convert`

method of the `Result`

class
to perform conversion of each element of the collection.

This example instance demonstrates how to convert a two-column row
into a Haskell pair. Each field in the metadata is paired up with
each value from the row, and the two are passed to `convert`

.

instance (`Result`

a,`Result`

b) =>`QueryResults`

(a,b) where`convertResults`

[fa,fb] [va,vb] = (a,b) where !a =`convert`

fa va !b =`convert`

fb vb`convertResults`

fs vs =`convertError`

fs vs

Notice that this instance evaluates each element to WHNF before constructing the pair. By doing this, we guarantee two important properties:

- Keep resource usage under control by preventing the construction of potentially long-lived thunks.
- Ensure that any
`ResultError`

that might arise is thrown immediately, rather than some place later in application code that cannot handle it.

You can also declare Haskell types of your own to be instances of
`QueryResults`

.

data User { firstName :: String, lastName :: String } instance`QueryResults`

User where`convertResults`

[fa,fb] [va,vb] = User a b where !a =`convert`

fa va !b =`convert`

fb vb`convertResults`

fs vs =`convertError`

fs vs

convertResults :: [Field] -> [Maybe ByteString] -> aSource

Convert values from a row into a Haskell collection.

This function will throw a `ResultError`

if conversion of the
collection fails.

Result a => QueryResults (Only a) | |

(Result a, Result b) => QueryResults (a, b) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c) => QueryResults (a, b, c) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e, Result f) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e, f) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e, Result f, Result g) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e, f, g) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e, Result f, Result g, Result h) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e, Result f, Result g, Result h, Result i) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i) | |

(Result a, Result b, Result c, Result d, Result e, Result f, Result g, Result h, Result i, Result j) => QueryResults (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j) |

convertError :: [Field] -> [Maybe ByteString] -> Int -> aSource

Throw a `ConversionFailed`

exception, indicating a mismatch
between the number of columns in the `Field`

and row, and the
number in the collection to be converted to.