Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell2010 |

Selda is not LINQ, but they're definitely related.

Selda is a high-level EDSL for interacting with relational databases.
All database computations are performed within some monad implementing
the `MonadSelda`

type class. The `SeldaT`

monad over any `MonadIO`

is the
only pre-defined instance of `MonadSelda`

.
`SeldaM`

is provided as a convenient short-hand for `SeldaT IO`

.

To actually execute a database computation, you need one of the database
backends: `selda-sqlite`

or `selda-postgresql`

.

All Selda functions may throw `SeldaError`

when something goes wrong.
This includes database connection errors, uniqueness constraint errors,
etc.

The following example shows off Selda's most basic features -- creating, populating, modifying and querying tables -- and is intended to act as a Hello World-ish quickstart.

{-# LANGUAGE TypeOperators, OverloadedStrings #-} import Data.Text (Text, unpack) import Database.Selda import Database.Selda.SQLite people :: Table (Text :*: Int :*: Maybe Text) (people, pName :*: pAge :*: pPet) = tableWithSelectors "people" $ primary "name" :*: required "age" :*: optional "pet" main = withSQLite "people.sqlite" $ do createTable people insert_ people [ "Velvet" :*: 19 :*: Nothing , "Kobayashi" :*: 23 :*: Just "dragon" , "Miyu" :*: 10 :*: Nothing ] update_ people (\person -> person ! pName .== "Velvet") (\person -> person `with` [pPet := just "orthros"]) adults <- query $ do person <- select people restrict (person ! pAge .> 20) return (person ! pName :*: person ! pAge) n <- deleteFrom people (\person -> isNull (person ! pPet)) liftIO $ do putStrLn "The adults in the room are:" mapM_ printPerson adults putStrLn $ show n ++ " people were deleted for having no pets." printPerson :: Text :*: Int -> IO () printPerson (name :*: age) = putStrLn $ unpack name ++ ", age " ++ show age

Please see http://hackage.haskell.org/package/selda/#readme for a more comprehensive tutorial.

- class MonadIO m => MonadSelda m
- data SeldaError
- data ValidationError
- data SeldaT m a
- type SeldaM = SeldaT IO
- data Table a
- data Query s a
- data Col s a
- class Typeable (Res r) => Result r where
- type Res r

- query :: (MonadSelda m, Result a) => Query s a -> m [Res a]
- transaction :: (MonadSelda m, MonadCatch m) => m a -> m a
- setLocalCache :: MonadIO m => Int -> m ()
- data Selector t a
- (!) :: forall s t a. ToDyn (Cols () t) => Cols s t -> Selector t a -> Col s a
- data Assignment s t where
- (:=) :: Selector t a -> Col s a -> Assignment s t

- with :: forall s t. ToDyn (Cols () t) => Cols s t -> [Assignment s t] -> Cols s t
- class Typeable a => SqlType a where
- type family Cols s a where ...
- class Columns a
- data Order
- data a :*: b where
- select :: Columns (Cols s a) => Table a -> Query s (Cols s a)
- selectValues :: (Insert a, Columns (Cols s a)) => [a] -> Query s (Cols s a)
- from :: ToDyn (Cols () a) => Selector a b -> Query s (Cols s a) -> Query s (Col s b)
- restrict :: Col s Bool -> Query s ()
- limit :: Int -> Int -> Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a)
- order :: Col s a -> Order -> Query s ()
- ascending :: Order
- descending :: Order
- inner :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) => Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a)
- suchThat :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) => Query (Inner s) a -> (a -> Col (Inner s) Bool) -> Query s (OuterCols a)
- class Set set where
- data RowID
- invalidRowId :: RowID
- isInvalidRowId :: RowID -> Bool
- fromRowId :: RowID -> Int
- (.==) :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- (./=) :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- (.>) :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- (.<) :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- (.>=) :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- (.<=) :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Col s a -> Col s Bool
- like :: Col s Text -> Col s Text -> Col s Bool
- (.&&) :: Col s Bool -> Col s Bool -> Col s Bool
- (.||) :: Col s Bool -> Col s Bool -> Col s Bool
- not_ :: Col s Bool -> Col s Bool
- literal :: SqlType a => a -> Col s a
- int :: Int -> Col s Int
- float :: Double -> Col s Double
- text :: Text -> Col s Text
- true :: Col s Bool
- false :: Col s Bool
- null_ :: SqlType a => Col s (Maybe a)
- roundTo :: Col s Int -> Col s Double -> Col s Double
- length_ :: Col s Text -> Col s Int
- isNull :: Col s (Maybe a) -> Col s Bool
- round_ :: forall s a. (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Double -> Col s a
- just :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Col s (Maybe a)
- fromBool :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Bool -> Col s a
- fromInt :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Int -> Col s a
- toString :: Col s a -> Col s Text
- data Aggr s a
- class Aggregates a
- type family OuterCols a where ...
- type family LeftCols a where ...
- data Inner s
- class SqlType a => SqlOrd a
- innerJoin :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) => (OuterCols a -> Col s Bool) -> Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a)
- leftJoin :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a), Columns (LeftCols a)) => (OuterCols a -> Col s Bool) -> Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (LeftCols a)
- aggregate :: (Columns (OuterCols a), Aggregates a) => Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a)
- groupBy :: Col (Inner s) a -> Query (Inner s) (Aggr (Inner s) a)
- count :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Aggr s Int
- avg :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s a -> Aggr s a
- sum_ :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s a -> Aggr s a
- max_ :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Aggr s a
- min_ :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Aggr s a
- class Insert a
- insert :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m Int
- insert_ :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m ()
- insertWithPK :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m RowID
- tryInsert :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m Bool
- insertUnless :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID)
- insertWhen :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID)
- def :: SqlType a => a
- update :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> m Int
- update_ :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> m ()
- upsert :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID)
- deleteFrom :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> m Int
- deleteFrom_ :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> m ()
- class Preparable q
- class Prepare q f
- prepared :: (Preparable q, Prepare q f, Equiv q f) => q -> f
- class TableSpec a
- type family ColSpecs a where ...
- data ColSpec a
- data TableName
- data ColName
- class SqlType a => NonNull a
- type family IsNullable a where ...
- data Nullable
- data NotNullable
- class Append a b where
- type family a :++: b where ...
- type family Selectors t a where ...
- class HasSelectors t a
- table :: forall a. TableSpec a => TableName -> ColSpecs a -> Table a
- tableWithSelectors :: forall a. (TableSpec a, HasSelectors a a) => TableName -> ColSpecs a -> (Table a, Selectors a a)
- selectors :: forall a. HasSelectors a a => Table a -> Selectors a a
- required :: NonNull a => ColName -> ColSpec a
- optional :: NonNull a => ColName -> ColSpec (Maybe a)
- primary :: NonNull a => ColName -> ColSpec a
- autoPrimary :: ColName -> ColSpec RowID
- fk :: ColSpec a -> (Table t, Selector t a) -> ColSpec a
- unique :: SqlType a => ColSpec a -> ColSpec a
- createTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m ()
- tryCreateTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m ()
- dropTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m ()
- tryDropTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m ()
- data OnError
- compile :: Result a => Query s a -> (Text, [Param])
- compileCreateTable :: PPConfig -> OnError -> Table a -> Text
- compileDropTable :: OnError -> Table a -> Text
- compileInsert :: Insert a => PPConfig -> Table a -> [a] -> [(Text, [Param])]
- compileUpdate :: forall s a. (Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => PPConfig -> Table a -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Text, [Param])
- class Tup a
- type family Head a where ...
- first :: Tup a => a -> Head a
- second :: Tup b => (a :*: b) -> Head b
- third :: Tup c => (a :*: (b :*: c)) -> Head c
- fourth :: Tup d => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: d))) -> Head d
- fifth :: Tup e => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: e)))) -> Head e
- sixth :: Tup f => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: f))))) -> Head f
- seventh :: Tup g => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: g)))))) -> Head g
- eighth :: Tup h => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (g :*: h))))))) -> Head h
- ninth :: Tup i => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (h :*: (h :*: i)))))))) -> Head i
- tenth :: Tup j => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (g :*: (h :*: (i :*: j))))))))) -> Head j
- class Monad m => MonadIO m where
- liftIO :: MonadIO m => forall a. IO a -> m a
- data Text :: *
- data Day :: *
- data TimeOfDay :: *
- data UTCTime :: *

# Running queries

class MonadIO m => MonadSelda m Source #

Some monad with Selda SQL capabilitites.

data SeldaError Source #

Thrown by any function in `SeldaT`

if an error occurs.

data ValidationError Source #

An error occurred when validating a database table. If this error is thrown, there is a bug in your database schema, and the particular table that triggered the error is unusable. Since validation is deterministic, this error will be thrown on every consecutive operation over the offending table.

Therefore, it is not meaningful to handle this exception in any way, just fix your bug instead.

Monad transformer adding Selda SQL capabilities.

MonadTrans SeldaT Source # | |

Monad m => Monad (SeldaT m) Source # | |

Functor m => Functor (SeldaT m) Source # | |

Monad m => Applicative (SeldaT m) Source # | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (SeldaT m) Source # | |

MonadThrow m => MonadThrow (SeldaT m) Source # | |

MonadCatch m => MonadCatch (SeldaT m) Source # | |

MonadMask m => MonadMask (SeldaT m) Source # | |

(MonadIO m, MonadMask m) => MonadSelda (SeldaT m) Source # | |

A database table.
Tables are parameterized over their column types. For instance, a table
containing one string and one integer, in that order, would have the type
`Table (Text :*: Int)`

, and a table containing only a single string column
would have the type `Table Text`

.

Table and column names may contain any character except `NUL`

, and be
non-empty. Column names must be unique per table.

An SQL query.

A database column. A column is often a literal column table, but can also be an expression over such a column or a constant expression.

Columns b => Columns ((:*:) (Col k s a) b) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Result b) => Result ((:*:) (Col * s a) b) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Preparable b) => Preparable (Col * s a -> b) Source # | |

Fractional (Col k s (Maybe Int)) Source # | |

Fractional (Col k s Int) Source # | |

Fractional (Col k s (Maybe Double)) Source # | |

Fractional (Col k s Double) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Num a) => Num (Col k s (Maybe a)) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Num a) => Num (Col k s a) Source # | |

IsString (Col k s Text) Source # | |

Columns (Col k s a) Source # | |

SqlType a => Result (Col * s a) Source # | |

type Res ((:*:) (Col * s a) b) Source # | |

type Res (Col * s a) Source # | |

class Typeable (Res r) => Result r Source #

An acceptable query result type; one or more columns stitched together
with `:*:`

.

toRes, finalCols

query :: (MonadSelda m, Result a) => Query s a -> m [Res a] Source #

Run a query within a Selda monad. In practice, this is often a `SeldaT`

transformer on top of some other monad.
Selda transformers are entered using backend-specific `withX`

functions,
such as `withSQLite`

from the SQLite backend.

transaction :: (MonadSelda m, MonadCatch m) => m a -> m a Source #

Perform the given computation atomically. If an exception is raised during its execution, the enture transaction will be rolled back, and the exception re-thrown.

setLocalCache :: MonadIO m => Int -> m () Source #

Set the maximum local cache size to `n`

. A cache size of zero disables
local cache altogether. Changing the cache size will also flush all
entries. Note that the cache is shared among all Selda computations running
within the same process.

By default, local caching is turned off.

WARNING: local caching is guaranteed to be consistent with the underlying database, ONLY under the assumption that no other process will modify it. Also note that the cache is shared between ALL Selda computations running within the same process.

# Constructing queries

(!) :: forall s t a. ToDyn (Cols () t) => Cols s t -> Selector t a -> Col s a Source #

Get the value at the given index from the given inductive tuple.

data Assignment s t where Source #

A selector-value assignment pair.

(:=) :: Selector t a -> Col s a -> Assignment s t infixl 2 |

with :: forall s t. ToDyn (Cols () t) => Cols s t -> [Assignment s t] -> Cols s t Source #

For each selector-value pair in the given list, on the given tuple, update the field pointed out by the selector with the corresponding value.

class Typeable a => SqlType a where Source #

Any datatype representable in (Selda's subset of) SQL.

Any column tuple.

toTup, fromTup

The order in which to sort result rows.

data a :*: b where infixr 1 Source #

An inductively defined "tuple", or heterogeneous, non-empty list.

(Typeable * a, HasSelectors t b) => HasSelectors t ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

(Eq a, Eq b) => Eq ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

(Ord a, Ord b) => Ord ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

(Show a, Show b) => Show ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

Generic ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

Tup ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

TableSpec b => TableSpec ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Insert b) => Insert ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

Columns b => Columns ((:*:) (Col k s a) b) Source # | |

Aggregates b => Aggregates ((:*:) (Aggr (Inner s) a) b) Source # | |

(SqlType a, Result b) => Result ((:*:) (Col * s a) b) Source # | |

Append b c => Append ((:*:) a b) c Source # | |

type Rep ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

type Res ((:*:) (Col * s a) b) Source # | |

select :: Columns (Cols s a) => Table a -> Query s (Cols s a) Source #

Query the given table. Result is returned as an inductive tuple, i.e.
`first :*: second :*: third <- query tableOfThree`

.

selectValues :: (Insert a, Columns (Cols s a)) => [a] -> Query s (Cols s a) Source #

Query an ad hoc table of type `a`

. Each element in the given list represents
one row in the ad hoc table.

from :: ToDyn (Cols () a) => Selector a b -> Query s (Cols s a) -> Query s (Col s b) infixr 7 Source #

Convenient shorthand for `fmap (! sel) q`

.
The following two queries are quivalent:

q1 = name `from` select people q2 = do person <- select people return (person ! name)

restrict :: Col s Bool -> Query s () Source #

Restrict the query somehow. Roughly equivalent to `WHERE`

.

limit :: Int -> Int -> Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a) Source #

Drop the first `m`

rows, then get at most `n`

of the remaining rows from the
given subquery.

order :: Col s a -> Order -> Query s () Source #

Sort the result rows in ascending or descending order on the given row.

If multiple `order`

directives are given, later directives are given
precedence but do not cancel out earlier ordering directives.
To get a list of persons sorted primarily on age and secondarily on name:

peopleInAgeAndNameOrder = do (name :*: age) <- select people order name ascending order age ascending return name

For a table `[Alice :*: 20, Bob :*: 20, Eve :*: 18]`

, this query
will always return `[Eve, Alice, Bob]`

.

The reason for later orderings taking precedence and not the other way
around is composability: `order`

should always sort the current
result set to avoid weird surprises when a previous `order`

directive
is buried somewhere deep in an earlier query.
However, the ordering must always be stable, to ensure that previous
calls to order are not simply erased.

descending :: Order Source #

Ordering for `order`

.

inner :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) => Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a) Source #

Explicitly create an inner query. Equivalent to `innerJoin (const true)`

.

Sometimes it's handy, for performance reasons and otherwise, to perform a subquery and restrict only that query before adding the result of the query to the result set, instead of first adding the query to the result set and restricting the whole result set afterwards.

suchThat :: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) => Query (Inner s) a -> (a -> Col (Inner s) Bool) -> Query s (OuterCols a) infixr 7 Source #

Create and filter an inner query, before adding it to the current result set.

`q `

is generally more efficient than
`suchThat`

p`select q >>= x -> restrict (p x) >> pure x`

.

# Expressions over columns

Any container type for which we can check object membership.

A row identifier for some table. This is the type of auto-incrementing primary keys.

invalidRowId :: RowID Source #

A row identifier which is guaranteed to not match any row in any table.

isInvalidRowId :: RowID -> Bool Source #

Is the given row identifier invalid? I.e. is it guaranteed to not match any row in any table?

like :: Col s Text -> Col s Text -> Col s Bool infixl 4 Source #

The SQL `LIKE`

operator; matches strings with `%`

wildcards.
For instance:

"%gon" `like` "dragon" .== true

roundTo :: Col s Int -> Col s Double -> Col s Double Source #

Round a column to the given number of decimals places.

# Converting between column types

round_ :: forall s a. (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Double -> Col s a Source #

Round a value to the nearest integer. Equivalent to `roundTo 0`

.

just :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Col s (Maybe a) Source #

Lift a non-nullable column to a nullable one. Useful for creating expressions over optional columns:

people :: Table (Text :*: Int :*: Maybe Text) people = table "people" $ required "name" :*: required "age" :*: optional "pet" peopleWithCats = do name :*: _ :*: pet <- select people restrict (pet .== just "cat") return name

fromBool :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Bool -> Col s a Source #

Convert a boolean column to any numeric type.

fromInt :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s Int -> Col s a Source #

Convert an integer column to any numeric type.

# Inner queries

A single aggregate column.
Aggregate columns may not be used to restrict queries.
When returned from an `aggregate`

subquery, an aggregate column is
converted into a non-aggregate column.

Aggregates b => Aggregates ((:*:) (Aggr (Inner s) a) b) Source # | |

Aggregates (Aggr (Inner s) a) Source # | |

class Aggregates a Source #

One or more aggregate columns.

unAggrs

Aggregates b => Aggregates ((:*:) (Aggr (Inner s) a) b) Source # | |

Aggregates (Aggr (Inner s) a) Source # | |

type family OuterCols a where ... Source #

Convert one or more inner column to equivalent columns in the outer query.
`OuterCols (Aggr (Inner s) a :*: Aggr (Inner s) b) = Col s a :*: Col s b`

,
for instance.

type family LeftCols a where ... Source #

The results of a left join are always nullable, as there is no guarantee
that all joined columns will be non-null.
`JoinCols a`

where `a`

is an extensible tuple is that same tuple, but in
the outer query and with all elements nullable.
For instance:

LeftCols (Col (Inner s) Int :*: Col (Inner s) Text) = Col s (Maybe Int) :*: Col s (Maybe Text)

Denotes an inner query.
For aggregation, treating sequencing as the cartesian product of queries
does not work well.
Instead, we treat the sequencing of `aggregate`

with other
queries as the cartesian product of the aggregated result of the query,
a small but important difference.

However, for this to work, the aggregate query must not depend on any
columns in the outer product. Therefore, we let the aggregate query be
parameterized over `Inner s`

if the parent query is parameterized over `s`

,
to enforce this separation.

Aggregates b => Aggregates ((:*:) (Aggr (Inner s) a) b) Source # | |

Aggregates (Aggr (Inner s) a) Source # | |

:: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a)) | |

=> (OuterCols a -> Col s Bool) | Predicate determining which lines to join. | Right-hand query to join. |

-> Query (Inner s) a | |

-> Query s (OuterCols a) |

Perform an `INNER JOIN`

with the current result set and the given query.

:: (Columns a, Columns (OuterCols a), Columns (LeftCols a)) | |

=> (OuterCols a -> Col s Bool) | Predicate determining which lines to join. | Right-hand query to join. |

-> Query (Inner s) a | |

-> Query s (LeftCols a) |

Perform a `LEFT JOIN`

with the current result set (i.e. the outer query)
as the left hand side, and the given query as the right hand side.
Like with `aggregate`

, the inner (or right) query must not depend on the
outer (or right) one.

The given predicate over the values returned by the inner query determines for each row whether to join or not. This predicate may depend on any values from the outer query.

For instance, the following will list everyone in the `people`

table
together with their address if they have one; if they don't, the address
field will be `NULL`

.

getAddresses :: Query s (Col s Text :*: Col s (Maybe Text)) getAddresses = do (name :*: _) <- select people (_ :*: address) <- leftJoin (\(n :*: _) -> n .== name) (select addresses) return (name :*: address)

aggregate :: (Columns (OuterCols a), Aggregates a) => Query (Inner s) a -> Query s (OuterCols a) Source #

Execute a query, returning an aggregation of its results.
The query must return an inductive tuple of `Aggregate`

columns.
When `aggregate`

returns, those columns are converted into non-aggregate
columns, which may then be used to further restrict the query.

Note that aggregate queries must not depend on outer queries, nor must they return any non-aggregate columns. Attempting to do either results in a type error.

The SQL `HAVING`

keyword can be implemented by combining `aggregate`

and `restrict`

:

-- Find the number of people living on every address, for all addresses -- with more than one tenant: -- SELECT COUNT(name) AS c, address FROM housing GROUP BY name HAVING c > 1 numPpl = do (num_tenants :*: address) <- aggregate $ do (_ :*: address) <- select housing groupBy address return (count address :*: some address) restrict (num_tenants .> 1) return (num_tenants :*: address)

groupBy :: Col (Inner s) a -> Query (Inner s) (Aggr (Inner s) a) Source #

Group an aggregate query by a column. Attempting to group a non-aggregate query is a type error. An aggregate representing the grouped-by column is returned, which can be returned from the aggregate query. For instance, if you want to find out how many people have a pet at home:

aggregate $ do (name :*: pet_name) <- select people name' <- groupBy name return (name' :*: count(pet_name) > 0)

count :: SqlType a => Col s a -> Aggr s Int Source #

The number of non-null values in the given column.

avg :: (SqlType a, Num a) => Col s a -> Aggr s a Source #

The average of all values in the given column.

max_ :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Aggr s a Source #

The greatest value in the given column. Texts are compared lexically.

min_ :: SqlOrd a => Col s a -> Aggr s a Source #

The smallest value in the given column. Texts are compared lexically.

# Modifying tables

An inductive tuple of Haskell-level values (i.e. `Int :*: Maybe Text`

)
which can be inserted into a table.

params

insert :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m Int Source #

Insert the given values into the given table. All columns of the table
must be present. If your table has an auto-incrementing primary key,
use the special value `def`

for that column to get the auto-incrementing
behavior.
Returns the number of rows that were inserted.

To insert a list of tuples into a table with auto-incrementing primary key:

people :: Table (Int :*: Text :*: Int :*: Maybe Text) people = table "ppl" $ autoPrimary "id" :*: required "name" :*: required "age" :*: optional "pet" main = withSQLite "my_database.sqlite" $ do insert_ people [ def :*: "Link" :*: 125 :*: Just "horse" , def :*: "Zelda" :*: 119 :*: Nothing , ... ]

Note that if one or more of the inserted rows would cause a constraint violation, NO rows will be inserted; the whole insertion fails atomically.

insert_ :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m () Source #

Like `insert`

, but does not return anything.
Use this when you really don't care about how many rows were inserted.

insertWithPK :: (MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m RowID Source #

Like `insert`

, but returns the primary key of the last inserted row.
Attempting to run this operation on a table without an auto-incrementing
primary key will always return a row identifier that is guaranteed to not
match any row in any table.

tryInsert :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a) => Table a -> [a] -> m Bool Source #

Attempt to insert a list of rows into a table, but don't raise an error
if the insertion fails. Returns `True`

if the insertion succeeded, otherwise
`False`

.

Like `insert`

, if even one of the inserted rows would cause a constraint
violation, the whole insert operation fails.

insertUnless :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID) Source #

Perform the given insert, if no rows already present in the table match
the given predicate.
Returns the primary key of the last inserted row,
if the insert was performed.
If called on a table which doesn't have an auto-incrementing primary key,
`Just id`

is always returned on successful insert, where `id`

is a row
identifier guaranteed to not match any row in any table.

insertWhen :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID) Source #

Like `insertUnless`

, but performs the insert when at least one row matches
the predicate.

def :: SqlType a => a Source #

The default value for a column during insertion. For an auto-incrementing primary key, the default value is the next key.

Using `def`

in any other context than insertion results in a runtime error.

:: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) | |

=> Table a | The table to update. |

-> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) | Predicate. |

-> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) | Update function. |

-> m Int |

Update the given table using the given update function, for all rows matching the given predicate. Returns the number of updated rows.

update_ :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> m () Source #

Like `update`

, but doesn't return the number of updated rows.

upsert :: (MonadCatch m, MonadSelda m, Insert a, Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) -> [a] -> m (Maybe RowID) Source #

Attempt to perform the given update. If no rows were updated, insert the
given row.
Returns the primary key of the inserted row, if the insert was performed.
Calling this function on a table which does not have a primary key will
return `Just id`

on a successful insert, where `id`

is a row identifier
guaranteed to not match any row in any table.

Note that this may perform two separate queries: one update, potentially followed by one insert.

deleteFrom :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> m Int Source #

From the given table, delete all rows matching the given predicate. Returns the number of deleted rows.

deleteFrom_ :: (MonadSelda m, Columns (Cols s a)) => Table a -> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) -> m () Source #

Like `deleteFrom`

, but does not return the number of deleted rows.

# Prepared statements

class Preparable q Source #

mkQuery

(SqlType a, Preparable b) => Preparable (Col * s a -> b) Source # | |

Result a => Preparable (Query s a) Source # | |

Some parameterized query `q`

that can be prepared into a function `f`

in some `MonadSelda`

.

mkFun

prepared :: (Preparable q, Prepare q f, Equiv q f) => q -> f Source #

Create a prepared Selda function. A prepared function has zero or more arguments, and will get compiled into a prepared statement by the first backend to execute it. Any subsequent calls to the function for the duration of the connection to the database will reuse the prepared statement.

Preparable functions are of the form
`(SqlType a, SqlType b, ...) => Col s a -> Col s b -> ... -> Query s r`

.
The resulting prepared function will be of the form
`MonadSelda m => a -> b -> ... -> m [Res r]`

.
Note, however, that when using `prepared`

, you must give a concrete type
for `m`

due to how Haskell's type class resolution works.

Prepared functions rely on memoization for just-in-time preparation and
caching. This means that if GHC accidentally inlines your prepared function,
it may get prepared twice.
While this does not affect the correctness of your program, and is
fairly unlikely to happen, if you want to be absolutely sure that your
queries aren't re-prepared more than absolutely necessary,
consider adding a `NOINLINE`

annotation to each prepared function.

A usage example:

ages :: Table (Text :*: Int) ages = table "ages" $ primary "name" :*: required "age" {-# NOINLINE ageOf #-} ageOf :: Text -> SeldaM [Int] ageOf = prepared $ \n -> do (name :*: age) <- select ages restrict $ name .== n return age

# Defining schemas

An inductive tuple forming a table specification.

mergeSpecs

type family ColSpecs a where ... Source #

An inductive tuple where each element is a column specification.

Name of a database table.

Name of a database column.

class SqlType a => NonNull a Source #

Any SQL type which is NOT nullable.

(SqlType a, (~) * (IsNullable a) NotNullable) => NonNull a Source # | |

type family IsNullable a where ... Source #

Is the given type nullable?

IsNullable (Maybe a) = Nullable | |

IsNullable a = NotNullable |

Used by `IsNullable`

to indicate a nullable type.

data NotNullable Source #

Used by `IsNullable`

to indicate a nullable type.

type family a :++: b where ... Source #

Normalized append of two inductive tuples. Note that this will flatten any nested inductive tuples.

class HasSelectors t a Source #

Any table type that can have selectors generated.

mkSel

(~) * (Selectors t a) (Selector t a) => HasSelectors t a Source # | |

(Typeable * a, HasSelectors t b) => HasSelectors t ((:*:) a b) Source # | |

table :: forall a. TableSpec a => TableName -> ColSpecs a -> Table a Source #

A table with the given name and columns.

tableWithSelectors :: forall a. (TableSpec a, HasSelectors a a) => TableName -> ColSpecs a -> (Table a, Selectors a a) Source #

A pair of the table with the given name and columns, and all its selectors. For example:

tbl :: Table (Int :*: Text) (tbl, tblBar :*: tblBaz) = tableWithSelectors "foo" $ required "bar" :*: required "baz" q :: Query s Text q = tblBaz <$> select tbl

selectors :: forall a. HasSelectors a a => Table a -> Selectors a a Source #

Generate selector functions for the given table. Selectors can be used to access the fields of a query result tuple, avoiding the need to pattern match on the entire tuple.

tbl :: Table (Int :*: Text) tbl = table "foo" $ required "bar" :*: required "baz" (tblBar :*: tblBaz) = selectors tbl q :: Query s Text q = tblBaz <$> select tbl

optional :: NonNull a => ColName -> ColSpec (Maybe a) Source #

A nullable column with the given name.

primary :: NonNull a => ColName -> ColSpec a Source #

Marks the given column as the table's primary key.
A table may only have one primary key; marking more than one key as
primary will result in `ValidationError`

during validation.

autoPrimary :: ColName -> ColSpec RowID Source #

Automatically increment the given attribute if not specified during insert.
Also adds the `PRIMARY KEY`

and `UNIQUE`

attributes on the column.

fk :: ColSpec a -> (Table t, Selector t a) -> ColSpec a Source #

Add a foreign key constraint to the given column, referencing
the column indicated by the given table and selector.
If the referenced column is not a primary key or has a
uniqueness constraint, a `ValidationError`

will be thrown
during validation.

unique :: SqlType a => ColSpec a -> ColSpec a Source #

Add a uniqueness constraint to the given column. Adding a uniqueness constraint to a column that is already implied to be unique, such as a primary key, is a no-op.

# Creating and dropping tables

createTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m () Source #

Create a table from the given schema.

tryCreateTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m () Source #

Create a table from the given schema, unless it already exists.

dropTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m () Source #

Drop the given table.

tryDropTable :: MonadSelda m => Table a -> m () Source #

Drop the given table, if it exists.

# Compiling and inspecting queries

compile :: Result a => Query s a -> (Text, [Param]) Source #

Compile a query into a parameterised SQL statement.

The types given are tailored for SQLite. To translate SQLite types into
whichever types are used by your backend, use `compileWith`

.

compileCreateTable :: PPConfig -> OnError -> Table a -> Text Source #

Compile a `CREATE TABLE`

query from a table definition.

compileInsert :: Insert a => PPConfig -> Table a -> [a] -> [(Text, [Param])] Source #

Compile an `INSERT`

query, given the keyword representing default values
in the target SQL dialect, a table and a list of items corresponding
to the table.

:: (Columns (Cols s a), Result (Cols s a)) | |

=> PPConfig | SQL pretty-printer config. |

-> Table a | The table to update. |

-> (Cols s a -> Cols s a) | Update function. |

-> (Cols s a -> Col s Bool) | Predicate: update only when true. |

-> (Text, [Param]) |

Compile an `UPDATE`

query.

# Tuple convenience functions

fourth :: Tup d => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: d))) -> Head d Source #

Get the fourth element of an inductive tuple.

fifth :: Tup e => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: e)))) -> Head e Source #

Get the fifth element of an inductive tuple.

sixth :: Tup f => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: f))))) -> Head f Source #

Get the sixth element of an inductive tuple.

seventh :: Tup g => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: g)))))) -> Head g Source #

Get the seventh element of an inductive tuple.

eighth :: Tup h => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (g :*: h))))))) -> Head h Source #

Get the eighth element of an inductive tuple.

ninth :: Tup i => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (h :*: (h :*: i)))))))) -> Head i Source #

Get the ninth element of an inductive tuple.

tenth :: Tup j => (a :*: (b :*: (c :*: (d :*: (e :*: (f :*: (g :*: (h :*: (i :*: j))))))))) -> Head j Source #

Get the tenth element of an inductive tuple.

# Useful re-exports

class Monad m => MonadIO m where #

Monads in which `IO`

computations may be embedded.
Any monad built by applying a sequence of monad transformers to the
`IO`

monad will be an instance of this class.

Instances should satisfy the following laws, which state that `liftIO`

is a transformer of monads:

MonadIO IO | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (ListT m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (MaybeT m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (SeldaT m) # | |

(Error e, MonadIO m) => MonadIO (ErrorT e m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (ExceptT e m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (StateT s m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (StateT s m) | |

(Monoid w, MonadIO m) => MonadIO (WriterT w m) | |

(Monoid w, MonadIO m) => MonadIO (WriterT w m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (IdentityT * m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (ContT * r m) | |

MonadIO m => MonadIO (ReaderT * r m) | |

(Monoid w, MonadIO m) => MonadIO (RWST r w s m) | |

(Monoid w, MonadIO m) => MonadIO (RWST r w s m) | |

A space efficient, packed, unboxed Unicode text type.

The Modified Julian Day is a standard count of days, with zero being the day 1858-11-17.

Time of day as represented in hour, minute and second (with picoseconds), typically used to express local time of day.

This is the simplest representation of UTC. It consists of the day number, and a time offset from midnight. Note that if a day has a leap second added to it, it will have 86401 seconds.