sqlalchemy / test / sql / test_types.py

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# coding: utf-8
from sqlalchemy.testing import eq_, assert_raises, assert_raises_message
import decimal
import datetime, os, re
from sqlalchemy import *
from sqlalchemy import exc, types, util, schema, dialects
for name in dialects.__all__:
    __import__("sqlalchemy.dialects.%s" % name)
from sqlalchemy.sql import operators, column, table
from sqlalchemy.testing import eq_
import sqlalchemy.engine.url as url
from sqlalchemy.engine import default
from sqlalchemy.testing.schema import Table, Column
from sqlalchemy import testing
from sqlalchemy.testing import AssertsCompiledSQL, AssertsExecutionResults, \
    engines, pickleable
from sqlalchemy.testing.util import picklers
from sqlalchemy.util.compat import decimal
from sqlalchemy.testing.util import round_decimal
from sqlalchemy.testing import fixtures

class AdaptTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    def _all_dialect_modules(self):
        return [
            getattr(dialects, d)
            for d in dialects.__all__
            if not d.startswith('_')
        ]

    def _all_dialects(self):
        return [d.base.dialect() for d in
                self._all_dialect_modules()]

    def _types_for_mod(self, mod):
        for key in dir(mod):
            typ = getattr(mod, key)
            if not isinstance(typ, type) or not issubclass(typ, types.TypeEngine):
                continue
            yield typ

    def _all_types(self):
        for typ in self._types_for_mod(types):
            yield typ
        for dialect in self._all_dialect_modules():
            for typ in self._types_for_mod(dialect):
                yield typ

    def test_uppercase_importable(self):
        import sqlalchemy as sa
        for typ in self._types_for_mod(types):
            if typ.__name__ == typ.__name__.upper():
                assert getattr(sa, typ.__name__) is typ
                assert typ.__name__ in types.__all__

    def test_uppercase_rendering(self):
        """Test that uppercase types from types.py always render as their
        type.

        As of SQLA 0.6, using an uppercase type means you want specifically
        that type. If the database in use doesn't support that DDL, it (the DB
        backend) should raise an error - it means you should be using a
        lowercased (genericized) type.

        """

        for dialect in self._all_dialects():
            for type_, expected in (
                (REAL, "REAL"),
                (FLOAT, "FLOAT"),
                (NUMERIC, "NUMERIC"),
                (DECIMAL, "DECIMAL"),
                (INTEGER, "INTEGER"),
                (SMALLINT, "SMALLINT"),
                (TIMESTAMP, ("TIMESTAMP", "TIMESTAMP WITHOUT TIME ZONE")),
                (DATETIME, "DATETIME"),
                (DATE, "DATE"),
                (TIME, ("TIME", "TIME WITHOUT TIME ZONE")),
                (CLOB, "CLOB"),
                (VARCHAR(10), ("VARCHAR(10)","VARCHAR(10 CHAR)")),
                (NVARCHAR(10), ("NVARCHAR(10)", "NATIONAL VARCHAR(10)",
                                    "NVARCHAR2(10)")),
                (CHAR, "CHAR"),
                (NCHAR, ("NCHAR", "NATIONAL CHAR")),
                (BLOB, ("BLOB", "BLOB SUB_TYPE 0")),
                (BOOLEAN, ("BOOLEAN", "BOOL", "INTEGER"))
            ):
                if isinstance(expected, str):
                    expected = (expected, )

                try:
                    compiled = types.to_instance(type_).\
                            compile(dialect=dialect)
                except NotImplementedError:
                    continue

                assert compiled in expected, \
                    "%r matches none of %r for dialect %s" % \
                    (compiled, expected, dialect.name)

                assert str(types.to_instance(type_)) in expected, \
                    "default str() of type %r not expected, %r" % \
                    (type_, expected)

    @testing.uses_deprecated()
    def test_adapt_method(self):
        """ensure all types have a working adapt() method,
        which creates a distinct copy.

        The distinct copy ensures that when we cache
        the adapted() form of a type against the original
        in a weak key dictionary, a cycle is not formed.

        This test doesn't test type-specific arguments of
        adapt() beyond their defaults.

        """

        for typ in self._all_types():
            if typ in (types.TypeDecorator, types.TypeEngine, types.Variant):
                continue
            elif typ is dialects.postgresql.ARRAY:
                t1 = typ(String)
            else:
                t1 = typ()
            for cls in [typ] + typ.__subclasses__():
                if not issubclass(typ, types.Enum) and \
                    issubclass(cls, types.Enum):
                    continue
                t2 = t1.adapt(cls)
                assert t1 is not t2
                for k in t1.__dict__:
                    if k == 'impl':
                        continue
                    # assert each value was copied, or that
                    # the adapted type has a more specific
                    # value than the original (i.e. SQL Server
                    # applies precision=24 for REAL)
                    assert \
                        getattr(t2, k) == t1.__dict__[k] or \
                        t1.__dict__[k] is None

    def test_python_type(self):
        eq_(types.Integer().python_type, int)
        eq_(types.Numeric().python_type, decimal.Decimal)
        eq_(types.Numeric(asdecimal=False).python_type, float)
        # Py3K
        #eq_(types.LargeBinary().python_type, bytes)
        # Py2K
        eq_(types.LargeBinary().python_type, str)
        # end Py2K
        eq_(types.Float().python_type, float)
        eq_(types.Interval().python_type, datetime.timedelta)
        eq_(types.Date().python_type, datetime.date)
        eq_(types.DateTime().python_type, datetime.datetime)
        # Py3K
        #eq_(types.String().python_type, unicode)
        # Py2K
        eq_(types.String().python_type, str)
        # end Py2K
        eq_(types.Unicode().python_type, unicode)
        eq_(types.String(convert_unicode=True).python_type, unicode)

        assert_raises(
            NotImplementedError,
            lambda: types.TypeEngine().python_type
        )

    @testing.uses_deprecated()
    def test_repr(self):
        for typ in self._all_types():
            if typ in (types.TypeDecorator, types.TypeEngine, types.Variant):
                continue
            elif typ is dialects.postgresql.ARRAY:
                t1 = typ(String)
            else:
                t1 = typ()
            repr(t1)

    def test_plain_init_deprecation_warning(self):
        for typ in (Integer, Date, SmallInteger):
            assert_raises_message(
                exc.SADeprecationWarning,
                "Passing arguments to type object "
                "constructor %s is deprecated" % typ,
                typ, 11
            )

class TypeAffinityTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    def test_type_affinity(self):
        for type_, affin in [
            (String(), String),
            (VARCHAR(), String),
            (Date(), Date),
            (LargeBinary(), types._Binary)
        ]:
            eq_(type_._type_affinity, affin)

        for t1, t2, comp in [
            (Integer(), SmallInteger(), True),
            (Integer(), String(), False),
            (Integer(), Integer(), True),
            (Text(), String(), True),
            (Text(), Unicode(), True),
            (LargeBinary(), Integer(), False),
            (LargeBinary(), PickleType(), True),
            (PickleType(), LargeBinary(), True),
            (PickleType(), PickleType(), True),
        ]:
            eq_(t1._compare_type_affinity(t2), comp, "%s %s" % (t1, t2))

    def test_decorator_doesnt_cache(self):
        from sqlalchemy.dialects import postgresql

        class MyType(TypeDecorator):
            impl = CHAR

            def load_dialect_impl(self, dialect):
                if dialect.name == 'postgresql':
                    return dialect.type_descriptor(postgresql.UUID())
                else:
                    return dialect.type_descriptor(CHAR(32))

        t1 = MyType()
        d = postgresql.dialect()
        assert t1._type_affinity is String
        assert t1.dialect_impl(d)._type_affinity is postgresql.UUID

class PickleMetadataTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    def testmeta(self):
        for loads, dumps in picklers():
            column_types = [
                Column('Boo', Boolean()),
                Column('Str', String()),
                Column('Tex', Text()),
                Column('Uni', Unicode()),
                Column('Int', Integer()),
                Column('Sma', SmallInteger()),
                Column('Big', BigInteger()),
                Column('Num', Numeric()),
                Column('Flo', Float()),
                Column('Dat', DateTime()),
                Column('Dat', Date()),
                Column('Tim', Time()),
                Column('Lar', LargeBinary()),
                Column('Pic', PickleType()),
                Column('Int', Interval()),
                Column('Enu', Enum('x', 'y', 'z', name="somename")),
            ]
            for column_type in column_types:
                meta = MetaData()
                Table('foo', meta, column_type)
                loads(dumps(column_type))
                loads(dumps(meta))


class UserDefinedTest(fixtures.TablesTest, AssertsCompiledSQL):
    """tests user-defined types."""

    def test_processing(self):
        users = self.tables.users
        users.insert().execute(
            user_id=2, goofy='jack', goofy2='jack', goofy4=u'jack',
            goofy7=u'jack', goofy8=12, goofy9=12)
        users.insert().execute(
            user_id=3, goofy='lala', goofy2='lala', goofy4=u'lala',
            goofy7=u'lala', goofy8=15, goofy9=15)
        users.insert().execute(
            user_id=4, goofy='fred', goofy2='fred', goofy4=u'fred',
            goofy7=u'fred', goofy8=9, goofy9=9)

        l = users.select().order_by(users.c.user_id).execute().fetchall()
        for assertstr, assertint, assertint2, row in zip(
            ["BIND_INjackBIND_OUT", "BIND_INlalaBIND_OUT", "BIND_INfredBIND_OUT"],
            [1200, 1500, 900],
            [1800, 2250, 1350],
            l
        ):
            for col in list(row)[1:5]:
                eq_(col, assertstr)
            eq_(row[5], assertint)
            eq_(row[6], assertint2)
            for col in row[3], row[4]:
                assert isinstance(col, unicode)

    def test_typedecorator_impl(self):
        for impl_, exp, kw in [
            (Float, "FLOAT", {}),
            (Float, "FLOAT(2)", {'precision':2}),
            (Float(2), "FLOAT(2)", {'precision':4}),
            (Numeric(19, 2), "NUMERIC(19, 2)", {}),
        ]:
            for dialect_ in (dialects.postgresql, dialects.mssql, dialects.mysql):
                dialect_ = dialect_.dialect()

                raw_impl = types.to_instance(impl_, **kw)

                class MyType(types.TypeDecorator):
                    impl = impl_

                dec_type = MyType(**kw)

                eq_(dec_type.impl.__class__, raw_impl.__class__)

                raw_dialect_impl = raw_impl.dialect_impl(dialect_)
                dec_dialect_impl = dec_type.dialect_impl(dialect_)
                eq_(dec_dialect_impl.__class__, MyType)
                eq_(raw_dialect_impl.__class__, dec_dialect_impl.impl.__class__)

                self.assert_compile(
                    MyType(**kw),
                    exp,
                    dialect=dialect_
                )

    def test_user_defined_typedec_impl(self):
        class MyType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = Float

            def load_dialect_impl(self, dialect):
                if dialect.name == 'sqlite':
                    return String(50)
                else:
                    return super(MyType, self).load_dialect_impl(dialect)

        sl = dialects.sqlite.dialect()
        pg = dialects.postgresql.dialect()
        t = MyType()
        self.assert_compile(t, "VARCHAR(50)", dialect=sl)
        self.assert_compile(t, "FLOAT", dialect=pg)
        eq_(
            t.dialect_impl(dialect=sl).impl.__class__,
            String().dialect_impl(dialect=sl).__class__
        )
        eq_(
                t.dialect_impl(dialect=pg).impl.__class__,
                Float().dialect_impl(pg).__class__
        )

    def test_type_decorator_repr(self):
        class MyType(TypeDecorator):
            impl = VARCHAR

        eq_(repr(MyType(45)), "MyType(length=45)")

    def test_user_defined_typedec_impl_bind(self):
        class TypeOne(types.TypeEngine):
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def go(value):
                    return value + " ONE"
                return go

        class TypeTwo(types.TypeEngine):
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def go(value):
                    return value + " TWO"
                return go

        class MyType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = TypeOne

            def load_dialect_impl(self, dialect):
                if dialect.name == 'sqlite':
                    return TypeOne()
                else:
                    return TypeTwo()

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return "MYTYPE " + value
        sl = dialects.sqlite.dialect()
        pg = dialects.postgresql.dialect()
        t = MyType()
        eq_(
            t._cached_bind_processor(sl)('foo'),
            "MYTYPE foo ONE"
        )
        eq_(
            t._cached_bind_processor(pg)('foo'),
            "MYTYPE foo TWO"
        )

    def test_user_defined_dialect_specific_args(self):
        class MyType(types.UserDefinedType):
            def __init__(self, foo='foo', **kwargs):
                super(MyType, self).__init__()
                self.foo = foo
                self.dialect_specific_args = kwargs
            def adapt(self, cls):
                return cls(foo=self.foo, **self.dialect_specific_args)
        t = MyType(bar='bar')
        a = t.dialect_impl(testing.db.dialect)
        eq_(a.foo, 'foo')
        eq_(a.dialect_specific_args['bar'], 'bar')

    @testing.provide_metadata
    def test_type_coerce(self):
        """test ad-hoc usage of custom types with type_coerce()."""

        metadata = self.metadata
        class MyType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = String

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return value[0:-8]

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value + "BIND_OUT"

        t = Table('t', metadata, Column('data', String(50)))
        metadata.create_all()

        t.insert().values(data=type_coerce('d1BIND_OUT', MyType)).execute()

        eq_(
            select([type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).execute().fetchall(),
            [('d1BIND_OUT', )]
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).execute().fetchall(),
            [('d1', 'd1BIND_OUT')]
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).
                    alias().select().execute().fetchall(),
            [('d1', 'd1BIND_OUT')]
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).\
                        where(type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType) == 'd1BIND_OUT').\
                        execute().fetchall(),
            [('d1', 'd1BIND_OUT')]
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).\
                        where(t.c.data == type_coerce('d1BIND_OUT', MyType)).\
                        execute().fetchall(),
            [('d1', 'd1BIND_OUT')]
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).\
                        where(t.c.data == type_coerce(None, MyType)).\
                        execute().fetchall(),
            []
        )

        eq_(
            select([t.c.data, type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType)]).\
                        where(type_coerce(t.c.data, MyType) == None).\
                        execute().fetchall(),
            []
        )

        eq_(
            testing.db.scalar(
                select([type_coerce(literal('d1BIND_OUT'), MyType)])
            ),
            'd1BIND_OUT'
        )

    @classmethod
    def define_tables(cls, metadata):
        class MyType(types.UserDefinedType):
            def get_col_spec(self):
                return "VARCHAR(100)"
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def process(value):
                    return "BIND_IN"+ value
                return process
            def result_processor(self, dialect, coltype):
                def process(value):
                    return value + "BIND_OUT"
                return process
            def adapt(self, typeobj):
                return typeobj()

        class MyDecoratedType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = String
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                impl_processor = super(MyDecoratedType, self).bind_processor(dialect)\
                                        or (lambda value:value)
                def process(value):
                    return "BIND_IN"+ impl_processor(value)
                return process
            def result_processor(self, dialect, coltype):
                impl_processor = super(MyDecoratedType, self).result_processor(dialect, coltype)\
                                        or (lambda value:value)
                def process(value):
                    return impl_processor(value) + "BIND_OUT"
                return process
            def copy(self):
                return MyDecoratedType()

        class MyNewUnicodeType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = Unicode

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return "BIND_IN" + value

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value + "BIND_OUT"

            def copy(self):
                return MyNewUnicodeType(self.impl.length)

        class MyNewIntType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = Integer

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return value * 10

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value * 10

            def copy(self):
                return MyNewIntType()

        class MyNewIntSubClass(MyNewIntType):
            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value * 15

            def copy(self):
                return MyNewIntSubClass()

        class MyUnicodeType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = Unicode

            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                impl_processor = super(MyUnicodeType, self).bind_processor(dialect)\
                                        or (lambda value:value)

                def process(value):
                    return "BIND_IN"+ impl_processor(value)
                return process

            def result_processor(self, dialect, coltype):
                impl_processor = super(MyUnicodeType, self).result_processor(dialect, coltype)\
                                        or (lambda value:value)
                def process(value):
                    return impl_processor(value) + "BIND_OUT"
                return process

            def copy(self):
                return MyUnicodeType(self.impl.length)

        Table('users', metadata,
            Column('user_id', Integer, primary_key = True),
            # totall custom type
            Column('goofy', MyType, nullable = False),

            # decorated type with an argument, so its a String
            Column('goofy2', MyDecoratedType(50), nullable = False),

            Column('goofy4', MyUnicodeType(50), nullable = False),
            Column('goofy7', MyNewUnicodeType(50), nullable = False),
            Column('goofy8', MyNewIntType, nullable = False),
            Column('goofy9', MyNewIntSubClass, nullable = False),
        )

class VariantTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsCompiledSQL):
    def setup(self):
        class UTypeOne(types.UserDefinedType):
            def get_col_spec(self):
                return "UTYPEONE"
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def process(value):
                    return value + "UONE"
                return process

        class UTypeTwo(types.UserDefinedType):
            def get_col_spec(self):
                return "UTYPETWO"
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def process(value):
                    return value + "UTWO"
                return process

        class UTypeThree(types.UserDefinedType):
            def get_col_spec(self):
                return "UTYPETHREE"

        self.UTypeOne = UTypeOne
        self.UTypeTwo = UTypeTwo
        self.UTypeThree = UTypeThree
        self.variant = self.UTypeOne().with_variant(
                            self.UTypeTwo(), 'postgresql')
        self.composite = self.variant.with_variant(
                            self.UTypeThree(), 'mysql')

    def test_illegal_dupe(self):
        v = self.UTypeOne().with_variant(
            self.UTypeTwo(), 'postgresql'
        )
        assert_raises_message(
            exc.ArgumentError,
            "Dialect 'postgresql' is already present "
            "in the mapping for this Variant",
            lambda: v.with_variant(self.UTypeThree(), 'postgresql')
        )
    def test_compile(self):
        self.assert_compile(
            self.variant,
            "UTYPEONE",
            use_default_dialect=True
        )
        self.assert_compile(
            self.variant,
            "UTYPEONE",
            dialect=dialects.mysql.dialect()
        )
        self.assert_compile(
            self.variant,
            "UTYPETWO",
            dialect=dialects.postgresql.dialect()
        )

    def test_compile_composite(self):
        self.assert_compile(
            self.composite,
            "UTYPEONE",
            use_default_dialect=True
        )
        self.assert_compile(
            self.composite,
            "UTYPETHREE",
            dialect=dialects.mysql.dialect()
        )
        self.assert_compile(
            self.composite,
            "UTYPETWO",
            dialect=dialects.postgresql.dialect()
        )

    def test_bind_process(self):
        eq_(
            self.variant._cached_bind_processor(
                    dialects.mysql.dialect())('foo'),
            'fooUONE'
        )
        eq_(
            self.variant._cached_bind_processor(
                    default.DefaultDialect())('foo'),
            'fooUONE'
        )
        eq_(
            self.variant._cached_bind_processor(
                    dialects.postgresql.dialect())('foo'),
            'fooUTWO'
        )

    def test_bind_process_composite(self):
        assert self.composite._cached_bind_processor(
                    dialects.mysql.dialect()) is None
        eq_(
            self.composite._cached_bind_processor(
                    default.DefaultDialect())('foo'),
            'fooUONE'
        )
        eq_(
            self.composite._cached_bind_processor(
                    dialects.postgresql.dialect())('foo'),
            'fooUTWO'
        )

class UnicodeTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    """Exercise the Unicode and related types.

    Note:  unicode round trip tests are now in
    sqlalchemy/testing/suite/test_types.py.

    """

    def test_native_unicode(self):
        """assert expected values for 'native unicode' mode"""

        if (testing.against('mssql+pyodbc') and
                not testing.db.dialect.freetds) \
            or testing.against('mssql+mxodbc'):
            eq_(
                testing.db.dialect.returns_unicode_strings,
                'conditional'
            )

        elif testing.against('mssql+pymssql'):
            eq_(
                testing.db.dialect.returns_unicode_strings,
                ('charset' in testing.db.url.query)
            )

        else:
            expected = (testing.db.name, testing.db.driver) in \
                (
                    ('postgresql', 'psycopg2'),
                    ('postgresql', 'pypostgresql'),
                    ('postgresql', 'pg8000'),
                    ('postgresql', 'zxjdbc'),
                    ('mysql', 'oursql'),
                    ('mysql', 'zxjdbc'),
                    ('mysql', 'mysqlconnector'),
                    ('mysql', 'pymysql'),
                    ('sqlite', 'pysqlite'),
                    ('oracle', 'zxjdbc'),
                    ('oracle', 'cx_oracle'),
                )

            eq_(
                testing.db.dialect.returns_unicode_strings,
                expected
            )

    data = u"Alors vous imaginez ma surprise, au lever du jour, quand "\
            u"une drôle de petite voix m’a réveillé. "\
            u"Elle disait: « S’il vous plaît… dessine-moi un mouton! »"

    def test_unicode_warnings_typelevel_native_unicode(self):

        unicodedata = self.data
        u = Unicode()
        dialect = default.DefaultDialect()
        dialect.supports_unicode_binds = True
        uni = u.dialect_impl(dialect).bind_processor(dialect)
        # Py3K
        #assert_raises(exc.SAWarning, uni, b'x')
        #assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), str)
        # Py2K
        assert_raises(exc.SAWarning, uni, 'x')
        assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), unicode)
        # end Py2K

    def test_unicode_warnings_typelevel_sqla_unicode(self):
        unicodedata = self.data
        u = Unicode()
        dialect = default.DefaultDialect()
        dialect.supports_unicode_binds = False
        uni = u.dialect_impl(dialect).bind_processor(dialect)
        # Py3K
        #assert_raises(exc.SAWarning, uni, b'x')
        #assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), bytes)
        # Py2K
        assert_raises(exc.SAWarning, uni, 'x')
        assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), str)
        # end Py2K

        eq_(uni(unicodedata), unicodedata.encode('utf-8'))

    def test_unicode_warnings_dialectlevel(self):

        unicodedata = self.data

        dialect = default.DefaultDialect(convert_unicode=True)
        dialect.supports_unicode_binds = False

        s = String()
        uni = s.dialect_impl(dialect).bind_processor(dialect)
        # this is not the unicode type - no warning
        # Py3K
        #uni(b'x')
        #assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), bytes)
        # Py2K
        uni('x')
        assert isinstance(uni(unicodedata), str)
        # end Py2K

        eq_(uni(unicodedata), unicodedata.encode('utf-8'))

    def test_ignoring_unicode_error(self):
        """checks String(unicode_error='ignore') is passed to
        underlying codec."""

        unicodedata = self.data

        type_ = String(248, convert_unicode='force', unicode_error='ignore')
        dialect = default.DefaultDialect(encoding='ascii')
        proc = type_.result_processor(dialect, 10)

        utfdata = unicodedata.encode('utf8')
        eq_(
            proc(utfdata),
            unicodedata.encode('ascii', 'ignore').decode()
        )


class EnumTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global enum_table, non_native_enum_table, metadata
        metadata = MetaData(testing.db)
        enum_table = Table('enum_table', metadata,
            Column("id", Integer, primary_key=True),
            Column('someenum', Enum('one', 'two', 'three', name='myenum'))
        )

        non_native_enum_table = Table('non_native_enum_table', metadata,
            Column("id", Integer, primary_key=True),
            Column('someenum', Enum('one', 'two', 'three', native_enum=False)),
        )

        metadata.create_all()

    def teardown(self):
        enum_table.delete().execute()
        non_native_enum_table.delete().execute()

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        metadata.drop_all()

    @testing.fails_on('postgresql+zxjdbc',
                        'zxjdbc fails on ENUM: column "XXX" is of type XXX '
                        'but expression is of type character varying')
    @testing.fails_on('postgresql+pg8000',
                        'zxjdbc fails on ENUM: column "XXX" is of type XXX '
                        'but expression is of type text')
    def test_round_trip(self):
        enum_table.insert().execute([
            {'id':1, 'someenum':'two'},
            {'id':2, 'someenum':'two'},
            {'id':3, 'someenum':'one'},
        ])

        eq_(
            enum_table.select().order_by(enum_table.c.id).execute().fetchall(),
            [
                (1, 'two'),
                (2, 'two'),
                (3, 'one'),
            ]
        )

    def test_non_native_round_trip(self):
        non_native_enum_table.insert().execute([
            {'id':1, 'someenum':'two'},
            {'id':2, 'someenum':'two'},
            {'id':3, 'someenum':'one'},
        ])

        eq_(
            non_native_enum_table.select().
                    order_by(non_native_enum_table.c.id).execute().fetchall(),
            [
                (1, 'two'),
                (2, 'two'),
                (3, 'one'),
            ]
        )

    def test_adapt(self):
        from sqlalchemy.dialects.postgresql import ENUM
        e1 = Enum('one','two','three', native_enum=False)
        eq_(e1.adapt(ENUM).native_enum, False)
        e1 = Enum('one','two','three', native_enum=True)
        eq_(e1.adapt(ENUM).native_enum, True)
        e1 = Enum('one','two','three', name='foo', schema='bar')
        eq_(e1.adapt(ENUM).name, 'foo')
        eq_(e1.adapt(ENUM).schema, 'bar')

    @testing.crashes('mysql',
                    'Inconsistent behavior across various OS/drivers'
                )
    def test_constraint(self):
        assert_raises(exc.DBAPIError,
            enum_table.insert().execute,
            {'id':4, 'someenum':'four'}
        )

    @testing.fails_on('mysql',
                    "the CHECK constraint doesn't raise an exception for unknown reason")
    def test_non_native_constraint(self):
        assert_raises(exc.DBAPIError,
            non_native_enum_table.insert().execute,
            {'id':4, 'someenum':'four'}
        )

    def test_mock_engine_no_prob(self):
        """ensure no 'checkfirst' queries are run when enums
        are created with checkfirst=False"""

        e = engines.mock_engine()
        t = Table('t1', MetaData(),
            Column('x', Enum("x", "y", name="pge"))
        )
        t.create(e, checkfirst=False)
        # basically looking for the start of
        # the constraint, or the ENUM def itself,
        # depending on backend.
        assert "('x'," in e.print_sql()

class BinaryTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsExecutionResults):
    __excluded_on__ = (
        ('mysql', '<', (4, 1, 1)),  # screwy varbinary types
    )

    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global binary_table, MyPickleType, metadata

        class MyPickleType(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = PickleType

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                if value:
                    value.stuff = 'this is modified stuff'
                return value

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                if value:
                    value.stuff = 'this is the right stuff'
                return value

        metadata = MetaData(testing.db)
        binary_table = Table('binary_table', metadata,
            Column('primary_id', Integer, primary_key=True, test_needs_autoincrement=True),
            Column('data', LargeBinary),
            Column('data_slice', LargeBinary(100)),
            Column('misc', String(30)),
            Column('pickled', PickleType),
            Column('mypickle', MyPickleType)
        )
        metadata.create_all()

    @engines.close_first
    def teardown(self):
        binary_table.delete().execute()

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        metadata.drop_all()

    def test_round_trip(self):
        testobj1 = pickleable.Foo('im foo 1')
        testobj2 = pickleable.Foo('im foo 2')
        testobj3 = pickleable.Foo('im foo 3')

        stream1 =self.load_stream('binary_data_one.dat')
        stream2 =self.load_stream('binary_data_two.dat')
        binary_table.insert().execute(
                            primary_id=1,
                            misc='binary_data_one.dat',
                            data=stream1,
                            data_slice=stream1[0:100],
                            pickled=testobj1,
                            mypickle=testobj3)
        binary_table.insert().execute(
                            primary_id=2,
                            misc='binary_data_two.dat',
                            data=stream2,
                            data_slice=stream2[0:99],
                            pickled=testobj2)
        binary_table.insert().execute(
                            primary_id=3,
                            misc='binary_data_two.dat',
                            data=None,
                            data_slice=stream2[0:99],
                            pickled=None)

        for stmt in (
            binary_table.select(order_by=binary_table.c.primary_id),
            text(
                "select * from binary_table order by binary_table.primary_id",
                typemap={'pickled':PickleType,
                        'mypickle':MyPickleType,
                        'data':LargeBinary, 'data_slice':LargeBinary},
                bind=testing.db)
        ):
            l = stmt.execute().fetchall()
            eq_(stream1, l[0]['data'])
            eq_(stream1[0:100], l[0]['data_slice'])
            eq_(stream2, l[1]['data'])
            eq_(testobj1, l[0]['pickled'])
            eq_(testobj2, l[1]['pickled'])
            eq_(testobj3.moredata, l[0]['mypickle'].moredata)
            eq_(l[0]['mypickle'].stuff, 'this is the right stuff')

    @testing.requires.binary_comparisons
    def test_comparison(self):
        """test that type coercion occurs on comparison for binary"""

        expr = binary_table.c.data == 'foo'
        assert isinstance(expr.right.type, LargeBinary)

        data = os.urandom(32)
        binary_table.insert().execute(data=data)
        eq_(binary_table.select().where(binary_table.c.data==data).alias().count().scalar(), 1)


    def load_stream(self, name):
        f = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "..", name)
        return open(f, mode='rb').read()

class ExpressionTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsExecutionResults, AssertsCompiledSQL):
    __dialect__ = 'default'

    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global test_table, meta, MyCustomType, MyTypeDec

        class MyCustomType(types.UserDefinedType):
            def get_col_spec(self):
                return "INT"
            def bind_processor(self, dialect):
                def process(value):
                    return value * 10
                return process
            def result_processor(self, dialect, coltype):
                def process(value):
                    return value / 10
                return process
            def adapt_operator(self, op):
                return {operators.add:operators.sub,
                    operators.sub:operators.add}.get(op, op)

        class MyTypeDec(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = String

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return "BIND_IN" + str(value)

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value + "BIND_OUT"

        meta = MetaData(testing.db)
        test_table = Table('test', meta,
            Column('id', Integer, primary_key=True),
            Column('data', String(30)),
            Column('atimestamp', Date),
            Column('avalue', MyCustomType),
            Column('bvalue', MyTypeDec(50)),
            )

        meta.create_all()

        test_table.insert().execute({
                                'id':1,
                                'data':'somedata',
                                'atimestamp':datetime.date(2007, 10, 15),
                                'avalue':25, 'bvalue':'foo'})

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        meta.drop_all()

    def test_control(self):
        assert testing.db.execute("select avalue from test").scalar() == 250

        eq_(
            test_table.select().execute().fetchall(),
            [(1, 'somedata', datetime.date(2007, 10, 15), 25,
             'BIND_INfooBIND_OUT')]
        )

    def test_bind_adapt(self):
        # test an untyped bind gets the left side's type
        expr = test_table.c.atimestamp == bindparam("thedate")
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, Date)

        eq_(
            testing.db.execute(
                    select([test_table.c.id, test_table.c.data, test_table.c.atimestamp])
                    .where(expr),
                    {"thedate":datetime.date(2007, 10, 15)}).fetchall(),
            [(1, 'somedata', datetime.date(2007, 10, 15))]
        )

        expr = test_table.c.avalue == bindparam("somevalue")
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, MyCustomType)

        eq_(
            testing.db.execute(test_table.select().where(expr),
             {'somevalue': 25}).fetchall(),
            [(1, 'somedata', datetime.date(2007, 10, 15), 25,
             'BIND_INfooBIND_OUT')]
        )

        expr = test_table.c.bvalue == bindparam("somevalue")
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, String)

        eq_(
            testing.db.execute(test_table.select().where(expr),
                {"somevalue":"foo"}).fetchall(),
            [(1, 'somedata',
                datetime.date(2007, 10, 15), 25, 'BIND_INfooBIND_OUT')]
        )

    def test_literal_adapt(self):
        # literals get typed based on the types dictionary, unless
        # compatible with the left side type

        expr = column('foo', String) == 5
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, Integer)

        expr = column('foo', String) == "asdf"
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, String)

        expr = column('foo', CHAR) == 5
        eq_(expr.right.type._type_affinity, Integer)

        expr = column('foo', CHAR) == "asdf"
        eq_(expr.right.type.__class__, CHAR)


    @testing.uses_deprecated
    @testing.fails_on('firebird', 'Data type unknown on the parameter')
    @testing.fails_on('mssql', 'int is unsigned ?  not clear')
    def test_operator_adapt(self):
        """test type-based overloading of operators"""

        # test string concatenation
        expr = test_table.c.data + "somedata"
        eq_(testing.db.execute(select([expr])).scalar(), "somedatasomedata")

        expr = test_table.c.id + 15
        eq_(testing.db.execute(select([expr])).scalar(), 16)

        # test custom operator conversion
        expr = test_table.c.avalue + 40
        assert expr.type.__class__ is test_table.c.avalue.type.__class__

        # value here is calculated as (250 - 40) / 10 = 21
        # because "40" is an integer, not an "avalue"
        eq_(testing.db.execute(select([expr.label('foo')])).scalar(), 21)

        expr = test_table.c.avalue + literal(40, type_=MyCustomType)

        # + operator converted to -
        # value is calculated as: (250 - (40 * 10)) / 10 == -15
        eq_(testing.db.execute(select([expr.label('foo')])).scalar(), -15)

        # this one relies upon anonymous labeling to assemble result
        # processing rules on the column.
        eq_(testing.db.execute(select([expr])).scalar(), -15)

    def test_typedec_operator_adapt(self):
        expr = test_table.c.bvalue + "hi"

        assert expr.type.__class__ is MyTypeDec
        assert expr.right.type.__class__ is MyTypeDec

        eq_(
            testing.db.execute(select([expr.label('foo')])).scalar(),
            "BIND_INfooBIND_INhiBIND_OUT"
        )

    def test_typedec_righthand_coercion(self):
        class MyTypeDec(types.TypeDecorator):
            impl = String

            def process_bind_param(self, value, dialect):
                return "BIND_IN" + str(value)

            def process_result_value(self, value, dialect):
                return value + "BIND_OUT"

        tab = table('test', column('bvalue', MyTypeDec))
        expr = tab.c.bvalue + 6

        self.assert_compile(
            expr,
            "test.bvalue || :bvalue_1",
            use_default_dialect=True
        )

        assert expr.type.__class__ is MyTypeDec
        eq_(
            testing.db.execute(select([expr.label('foo')])).scalar(),
            "BIND_INfooBIND_IN6BIND_OUT"
        )

    def test_bind_typing(self):
        from sqlalchemy.sql import column

        class MyFoobarType(types.UserDefinedType):
            pass

        class Foo(object):
            pass

        # unknown type + integer, right hand bind
        # coerces to given type
        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) + 5
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is MyFoobarType

        # untyped bind - it gets assigned MyFoobarType
        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) + bindparam("foo")
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is MyFoobarType

        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) + bindparam("foo", type_=Integer)
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is types.Integer

        # unknown type + unknown, right hand bind
        # coerces to the left
        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) + Foo()
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is MyFoobarType

        # including for non-commutative ops
        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) - Foo()
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is MyFoobarType

        expr = column("foo", MyFoobarType) - datetime.date(2010, 8, 25)
        assert expr.right.type._type_affinity is MyFoobarType

    def test_date_coercion(self):
        from sqlalchemy.sql import column

        expr = column('bar', types.NULLTYPE) - column('foo', types.TIMESTAMP)
        eq_(expr.type._type_affinity, types.NullType)

        expr = func.sysdate() - column('foo', types.TIMESTAMP)
        eq_(expr.type._type_affinity, types.Interval)

        expr = func.current_date() - column('foo', types.TIMESTAMP)
        eq_(expr.type._type_affinity, types.Interval)

    def test_numerics_coercion(self):
        from sqlalchemy.sql import column
        import operator

        for op in (
            operator.add,
            operator.mul,
            operator.truediv,
            operator.sub
        ):
            for other in (Numeric(10, 2), Integer):
                expr = op(
                        column('bar', types.Numeric(10, 2)),
                        column('foo', other)
                       )
                assert isinstance(expr.type, types.Numeric)
                expr = op(
                        column('foo', other),
                        column('bar', types.Numeric(10, 2))
                       )
                assert isinstance(expr.type, types.Numeric)

    def test_null_comparison(self):
        eq_(
            str(column('a', types.NullType()) + column('b', types.NullType())),
            "a + b"
        )

    def test_expression_typing(self):
        expr = column('bar', Integer) - 3

        eq_(expr.type._type_affinity, Integer)

        expr = bindparam('bar') + bindparam('foo')
        eq_(expr.type, types.NULLTYPE)

    def test_distinct(self):
        s = select([distinct(test_table.c.avalue)])
        eq_(testing.db.execute(s).scalar(), 25)

        s = select([test_table.c.avalue.distinct()])
        eq_(testing.db.execute(s).scalar(), 25)

        assert distinct(test_table.c.data).type == test_table.c.data.type
        assert test_table.c.data.distinct().type == test_table.c.data.type

class CompileTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsCompiledSQL):
    __dialect__ = 'default'

    @testing.requires.unbounded_varchar
    def test_string_plain(self):
        self.assert_compile(String(), "VARCHAR")

    def test_string_length(self):
        self.assert_compile(String(50), "VARCHAR(50)")

    def test_string_collation(self):
        self.assert_compile(String(50, collation="FOO"),
                'VARCHAR(50) COLLATE "FOO"')

    def test_char_plain(self):
        self.assert_compile(CHAR(), "CHAR")

    def test_char_length(self):
        self.assert_compile(CHAR(50), "CHAR(50)")

    def test_char_collation(self):
        self.assert_compile(CHAR(50, collation="FOO"),
                'CHAR(50) COLLATE "FOO"')

    def test_text_plain(self):
        self.assert_compile(Text(), "TEXT")

    def test_text_length(self):
        self.assert_compile(Text(50), "TEXT(50)")

    def test_text_collation(self):
        self.assert_compile(Text(collation="FOO"),
                'TEXT COLLATE "FOO"')

    def test_default_compile_pg_inet(self):
        self.assert_compile(dialects.postgresql.INET(), "INET",
                allow_dialect_select=True)

    def test_default_compile_pg_float(self):
        self.assert_compile(dialects.postgresql.FLOAT(), "FLOAT",
                allow_dialect_select=True)

    def test_default_compile_mysql_integer(self):
        self.assert_compile(
                dialects.mysql.INTEGER(display_width=5), "INTEGER(5)",
                allow_dialect_select=True)




class NumericTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    def setup(self):
        global metadata
        metadata = MetaData(testing.db)

    def teardown(self):
        metadata.drop_all()

    @testing.emits_warning(r".*does \*not\* support Decimal objects natively")
    def _do_test(self, type_, input_, output, filter_=None, check_scale=False):
        t = Table('t', metadata, Column('x', type_))
        t.create()
        t.insert().execute([{'x':x} for x in input_])

        result = set([row[0] for row in t.select().execute()])
        output = set(output)
        if filter_:
            result = set(filter_(x) for x in result)
            output = set(filter_(x) for x in output)
        #print result
        #print output
        eq_(result, output)
        if check_scale:
            eq_(
                [str(x) for x in result],
                [str(x) for x in output],
            )

    def test_numeric_as_decimal(self):
        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=8, scale=4),
            [15.7563, decimal.Decimal("15.7563"), None],
            [decimal.Decimal("15.7563"), None],
        )

    def test_numeric_as_float(self):
        if testing.against("oracle+cx_oracle"):
            filter_ = lambda n:n is not None and round(n, 5) or None
        else:
            filter_ = None

        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=8, scale=4, asdecimal=False),
            [15.7563, decimal.Decimal("15.7563"), None],
            [15.7563, None],
            filter_ = filter_
        )

    def test_float_as_decimal(self):
        self._do_test(
            Float(precision=8, asdecimal=True),
            [15.7563, decimal.Decimal("15.7563"), None],
            [decimal.Decimal("15.7563"), None],
            filter_ = lambda n:n is not None and round(n, 5) or None
        )

    def test_float_as_float(self):
        self._do_test(
            Float(precision=8),
            [15.7563, decimal.Decimal("15.7563")],
            [15.7563],
            filter_ = lambda n:n is not None and round(n, 5) or None
        )

    @testing.fails_on('mssql+pymssql', 'FIXME: improve pymssql dec handling')
    def test_precision_decimal(self):
        numbers = set([
            decimal.Decimal("54.234246451650"),
            decimal.Decimal("0.004354"),
            decimal.Decimal("900.0"),
        ])

        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=18, scale=12),
            numbers,
            numbers,
        )

    @testing.fails_on('mssql+pymssql', 'FIXME: improve pymssql dec handling')
    def test_enotation_decimal(self):
        """test exceedingly small decimals.

        Decimal reports values with E notation when the exponent
        is greater than 6.

        """

        numbers = set([
            decimal.Decimal('1E-2'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-3'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-4'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-5'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-6'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-7'),
            decimal.Decimal('1E-8'),
            decimal.Decimal("0.01000005940696"),
            decimal.Decimal("0.00000005940696"),
            decimal.Decimal("0.00000000000696"),
            decimal.Decimal("0.70000000000696"),
            decimal.Decimal("696E-12"),
        ])
        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=18, scale=14),
            numbers,
            numbers
        )

    @testing.fails_on("sybase+pyodbc",
                        "Don't know how do get these values through FreeTDS + Sybase")
    @testing.fails_on("firebird", "Precision must be from 1 to 18")
    def test_enotation_decimal_large(self):
        """test exceedingly large decimals.

        """

        numbers = set([
            decimal.Decimal('4E+8'),
            decimal.Decimal("5748E+15"),
            decimal.Decimal('1.521E+15'),
            decimal.Decimal('00000000000000.1E+12'),
        ])
        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=25, scale=2),
            numbers,
            numbers
        )

    @testing.fails_on('sqlite', 'TODO')
    @testing.fails_on("firebird", "Precision must be from 1 to 18")
    @testing.fails_on("sybase+pysybase", "TODO")
    @testing.fails_on('mssql+pymssql', 'FIXME: improve pymssql dec handling')
    def test_many_significant_digits(self):
        numbers = set([
            decimal.Decimal("31943874831932418390.01"),
            decimal.Decimal("319438950232418390.273596"),
            decimal.Decimal("87673.594069654243"),
        ])
        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=38, scale=12),
            numbers,
            numbers
        )

    @testing.fails_on('oracle+cx_oracle',
        "this may be a bug due to the difficulty in handling "
        "oracle precision numerics"
    )
    @testing.fails_on('postgresql+pg8000',
        "pg-8000 does native decimal but truncates the decimals.")
    @testing.fails_on("firebird",
        "database and/or driver truncates decimal places."
        )
    def test_numeric_no_decimal(self):
        numbers = set([
            decimal.Decimal("1.000")
        ])
        self._do_test(
            Numeric(precision=5, scale=3),
            numbers,
            numbers,
            check_scale=True
        )

class NumericRawSQLTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    """Test what DBAPIs and dialects return without any typing
    information supplied at the SQLA level.

    """
    def _fixture(self, metadata, type, data):
        t = Table('t', metadata,
            Column("val", type)
        )
        metadata.create_all()
        t.insert().execute(val=data)

    @testing.fails_on('sqlite', "Doesn't provide Decimal results natively")
    @testing.provide_metadata
    def test_decimal_fp(self):
        metadata = self.metadata
        t = self._fixture(metadata, Numeric(10, 5), decimal.Decimal("45.5"))
        val = testing.db.execute("select val from t").scalar()
        assert isinstance(val, decimal.Decimal)
        eq_(val, decimal.Decimal("45.5"))

    @testing.fails_on('sqlite', "Doesn't provide Decimal results natively")
    @testing.provide_metadata
    def test_decimal_int(self):
        metadata = self.metadata
        t = self._fixture(metadata, Numeric(10, 5), decimal.Decimal("45"))
        val = testing.db.execute("select val from t").scalar()
        assert isinstance(val, decimal.Decimal)
        eq_(val, decimal.Decimal("45"))

    @testing.provide_metadata
    def test_ints(self):
        metadata = self.metadata
        t = self._fixture(metadata, Integer, 45)
        val = testing.db.execute("select val from t").scalar()
        assert isinstance(val, (int, long))
        eq_(val, 45)

    @testing.provide_metadata
    def test_float(self):
        metadata = self.metadata
        t = self._fixture(metadata, Float, 46.583)
        val = testing.db.execute("select val from t").scalar()
        assert isinstance(val, float)

        # some DBAPIs have unusual float handling
        if testing.against('oracle+cx_oracle', 'mysql+oursql', 'firebird'):
            eq_(round_decimal(val, 3), 46.583)
        else:
            eq_(val, 46.583)




class IntervalTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsExecutionResults):
    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global interval_table, metadata
        metadata = MetaData(testing.db)
        interval_table = Table("intervaltable", metadata,
            Column("id", Integer, primary_key=True, test_needs_autoincrement=True),
            Column("native_interval", Interval()),
            Column("native_interval_args", Interval(day_precision=3, second_precision=6)),
            Column("non_native_interval", Interval(native=False)),
            )
        metadata.create_all()

    @engines.close_first
    def teardown(self):
        interval_table.delete().execute()

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        metadata.drop_all()

    def test_non_native_adapt(self):
        interval = Interval(native=False)
        adapted = interval.dialect_impl(testing.db.dialect)
        assert type(adapted) is Interval
        assert adapted.native is False
        eq_(str(adapted), "DATETIME")

    @testing.fails_on("+pg8000", "Not yet known how to pass values of the INTERVAL type")
    @testing.fails_on("postgresql+zxjdbc", "Not yet known how to pass values of the INTERVAL type")
    @testing.fails_on("oracle+zxjdbc", "Not yet known how to pass values of the INTERVAL type")
    def test_roundtrip(self):
        small_delta = datetime.timedelta(days=15, seconds=5874)
        delta = datetime.timedelta(414)
        interval_table.insert().execute(
                                native_interval=small_delta,
                                native_interval_args=delta,
                                non_native_interval=delta
                                )
        row = interval_table.select().execute().first()
        eq_(row['native_interval'], small_delta)
        eq_(row['native_interval_args'], delta)
        eq_(row['non_native_interval'], delta)

    @testing.fails_on("oracle+zxjdbc", "Not yet known how to pass values of the INTERVAL type")
    def test_null(self):
        interval_table.insert().execute(id=1, native_inverval=None, non_native_interval=None)
        row = interval_table.select().execute().first()
        eq_(row['native_interval'], None)
        eq_(row['native_interval_args'], None)
        eq_(row['non_native_interval'], None)


class BooleanTest(fixtures.TestBase, AssertsExecutionResults):
    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global bool_table
        metadata = MetaData(testing.db)
        bool_table = Table('booltest', metadata,
            Column('id', Integer, primary_key=True, autoincrement=False),
            Column('value', Boolean),
            Column('unconstrained_value', Boolean(create_constraint=False)),
            )
        bool_table.create()

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        bool_table.drop()

    def teardown(self):
        bool_table.delete().execute()

    def test_boolean(self):
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=1, value=True)
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=2, value=False)
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=3, value=True)
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=4, value=True)
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=5, value=True)
        bool_table.insert().execute(id=6, value=None)

        res = select([bool_table.c.id, bool_table.c.value]).where(
            bool_table.c.value == True
            ).order_by(bool_table.c.id).execute().fetchall()
        eq_(res, [(1, True), (3, True), (4, True), (5, True)])

        res2 = select([bool_table.c.id, bool_table.c.value]).where(
                    bool_table.c.value == False).execute().fetchall()
        eq_(res2, [(2, False)])

        res3 = select([bool_table.c.id, bool_table.c.value]).\
                order_by(bool_table.c.id).\
                execute().fetchall()
        eq_(res3, [(1, True), (2, False),
                    (3, True), (4, True),
                    (5, True), (6, None)])

        # ensure we're getting True/False, not just ints
        assert res3[0][1] is True
        assert res3[1][1] is False

    @testing.fails_on('mysql',
            "The CHECK clause is parsed but ignored by all storage engines.")
    @testing.fails_on('mssql',
            "FIXME: MS-SQL 2005 doesn't honor CHECK ?!?")
    @testing.skip_if(lambda: testing.db.dialect.supports_native_boolean)
    def test_constraint(self):
        assert_raises((exc.IntegrityError, exc.ProgrammingError),
                        testing.db.execute,
                        "insert into booltest (id, value) values(1, 5)")

    @testing.skip_if(lambda: testing.db.dialect.supports_native_boolean)
    def test_unconstrained(self):
        testing.db.execute(
            "insert into booltest (id, unconstrained_value) values (1, 5)")

class PickleTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    def test_eq_comparison(self):
        p1 = PickleType()

        for obj in (
            {'1':'2'},
            pickleable.Bar(5, 6),
            pickleable.OldSchool(10, 11)
        ):
            assert p1.compare_values(p1.copy_value(obj), obj)

        assert_raises(NotImplementedError,
                        p1.compare_values,
                        pickleable.BrokenComparable('foo'),
                        pickleable.BrokenComparable('foo'))

    def test_nonmutable_comparison(self):
        p1 = PickleType()

        for obj in (
            {'1':'2'},
            pickleable.Bar(5, 6),
            pickleable.OldSchool(10, 11)
        ):
            assert p1.compare_values(p1.copy_value(obj), obj)

class CallableTest(fixtures.TestBase):
    @classmethod
    def setup_class(cls):
        global meta
        meta = MetaData(testing.db)

    @classmethod
    def teardown_class(cls):
        meta.drop_all()

    def test_callable_as_arg(self):
        ucode = util.partial(Unicode)

        thing_table = Table('thing', meta,
            Column('name', ucode(20))
        )
        assert isinstance(thing_table.c.name.type, Unicode)
        thing_table.create()

    def test_callable_as_kwarg(self):
        ucode = util.partial(Unicode)

        thang_table = Table('thang', meta,
            Column('name', type_=ucode(20), primary_key=True)
        )
        assert isinstance(thang_table.c.name.type, Unicode)
        thang_table.create()
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Tip: You can also navigate files with Ctrl+j (next) and Ctrl+k (previous) and view the file with Ctrl+o.
Tip: You can also navigate files with Alt+j (next) and Alt+k (previous) and view the file with Alt+o.