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django-nonrel / django / db / models / deletion.py

from operator import attrgetter

from django.db import connections, transaction, IntegrityError
from django.db.models import signals, sql
from django.db.models.sql.constants import GET_ITERATOR_CHUNK_SIZE
from django.utils.datastructures import SortedDict
from django.utils.functional import wraps


def CASCADE(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
    collector.collect(sub_objs, source=field.rel.to,
                      source_attr=field.name, nullable=field.null)
    if field.null and not connections[using].features.can_defer_constraint_checks:
        collector.add_field_update(field, None, sub_objs)

def PROTECT(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
    raise IntegrityError("Cannot delete some instances of model '%s' because "
        "they are referenced through a protected foreign key: '%s.%s'" % (
            field.rel.to.__name__, sub_objs[0].__class__.__name__, field.name
    ))

def SET(value):
    if callable(value):
        def set_on_delete(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
            collector.add_field_update(field, value(), sub_objs)
    else:
        def set_on_delete(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
            collector.add_field_update(field, value, sub_objs)
    return set_on_delete

SET_NULL = SET(None)

def SET_DEFAULT(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
    collector.add_field_update(field, field.get_default(), sub_objs)

def DO_NOTHING(collector, field, sub_objs, using):
    pass

def force_managed(func):
    @wraps(func)
    def decorated(self, *args, **kwargs):
        if not transaction.is_managed(using=self.using):
            transaction.enter_transaction_management(using=self.using)
            forced_managed = True
        else:
            forced_managed = False
        try:
            func(self, *args, **kwargs)
            if forced_managed:
                transaction.commit(using=self.using)
            else:
                transaction.commit_unless_managed(using=self.using)
        finally:
            if forced_managed:
                transaction.leave_transaction_management(using=self.using)
    return decorated

class Collector(object):
    def __init__(self, using):
        self.using = using
        self.data = {} # {model: [instances]}
        self.batches = {} # {model: {field: set([instances])}}
        self.field_updates = {} # {model: {(field, value): set([instances])}}
        self.dependencies = {} # {model: set([models])}

    def add(self, objs, source=None, nullable=False):
        """
        Adds 'objs' to the collection of objects to be deleted.  If the call is
        the result of a cascade, 'source' should be the model that caused it
        and 'nullable' should be set to True, if the relation can be null.

        Returns a list of all objects that were not already collected.
        """
        if not objs:
            return []
        new_objs = []
        model = objs[0].__class__
        instances = self.data.setdefault(model, [])
        for obj in objs:
            if obj not in instances:
                new_objs.append(obj)
        instances.extend(new_objs)
        # Nullable relationships can be ignored -- they are nulled out before
        # deleting, and therefore do not affect the order in which objects have
        # to be deleted.
        if new_objs and source is not None and not nullable:
            self.dependencies.setdefault(source, set()).add(model)
        return new_objs

    def add_batch(self, model, field, objs):
        """
        Schedules a batch delete. Every instance of 'model' that is related to
        an instance of 'obj' through 'field' will be deleted.
        """
        self.batches.setdefault(model, {}).setdefault(field, set()).update(objs)

    def add_field_update(self, field, value, objs):
        """
        Schedules a field update. 'objs' must be a homogenous iterable
        collection of model instances (e.g. a QuerySet).
        """
        if not objs:
            return
        model = objs[0].__class__
        self.field_updates.setdefault(
            model, {}).setdefault(
            (field, value), set()).update(objs)

    def collect(self, objs, source=None, nullable=False, collect_related=True,
        source_attr=None):
        """
        Adds 'objs' to the collection of objects to be deleted as well as all
        parent instances.  'objs' must be a homogenous iterable collection of
        model instances (e.g. a QuerySet).  If 'collect_related' is True,
        related objects will be handled by their respective on_delete handler.

        If the call is the result of a cascade, 'source' should be the model
        that caused it and 'nullable' should be set to True, if the relation
        can be null.
        """

        if not connections[self.using].features.supports_deleting_related_objects:
            collect_related = False

        new_objs = self.add(objs, source, nullable)
        if not new_objs:
            return
        model = new_objs[0].__class__

        # Recursively collect parent models, but not their related objects.
        # These will be found by meta.get_all_related_objects()
        for parent_model, ptr in model._meta.parents.iteritems():
            if ptr:
                parent_objs = [getattr(obj, ptr.name) for obj in new_objs]
                self.collect(parent_objs, source=model,
                             source_attr=ptr.rel.related_name,
                             collect_related=False)

        if collect_related:
            for related in model._meta.get_all_related_objects(include_hidden=True):
                field = related.field
                if related.model._meta.auto_created:
                    self.add_batch(related.model, field, new_objs)
                else:
                    sub_objs = self.related_objects(related, new_objs)
                    if not sub_objs:
                        continue
                    field.rel.on_delete(self, field, sub_objs, self.using)

            # TODO This entire block is only needed as a special case to
            # support cascade-deletes for GenericRelation. It should be
            # removed/fixed when the ORM gains a proper abstraction for virtual
            # or composite fields, and GFKs are reworked to fit into that.
            for relation in model._meta.many_to_many:
                if not relation.rel.through:
                    sub_objs = relation.bulk_related_objects(new_objs, self.using)
                    self.collect(sub_objs,
                                 source=model,
                                 source_attr=relation.rel.related_name,
                                 nullable=True)

    def related_objects(self, related, objs):
        """
        Gets a QuerySet of objects related to ``objs`` via the relation ``related``.

        """
        return related.model._base_manager.using(self.using).filter(
            **{"%s__in" % related.field.name: objs}
        )

    def instances_with_model(self):
        for model, instances in self.data.iteritems():
            for obj in instances:
                yield model, obj

    def sort(self):
        sorted_models = []
        models = self.data.keys()
        while len(sorted_models) < len(models):
            found = False
            for model in models:
                if model in sorted_models:
                    continue
                dependencies = self.dependencies.get(model)
                if not (dependencies and dependencies.difference(sorted_models)):
                    sorted_models.append(model)
                    found = True
            if not found:
                return
        self.data = SortedDict([(model, self.data[model])
                                for model in sorted_models])

    @force_managed
    def delete(self):
        # sort instance collections
        for instances in self.data.itervalues():
            instances.sort(key=attrgetter("pk"))

        # if possible, bring the models in an order suitable for databases that
        # don't support transactions or cannot defer contraint checks until the
        # end of a transaction.
        self.sort()

        # send pre_delete signals
        for model, obj in self.instances_with_model():
            if not model._meta.auto_created:
                obj.pre_delete(model, using=self.using)

        # update fields
        for model, instances_for_fieldvalues in self.field_updates.iteritems():
            query = sql.UpdateQuery(model)
            for (field, value), instances in instances_for_fieldvalues.iteritems():
                query.update_batch([obj.pk for obj in instances],
                                   {field.name: value}, self.using)

        # reverse instance collections
        for instances in self.data.itervalues():
            instances.reverse()

        # delete batches
        for model, batches in self.batches.iteritems():
            query = sql.DeleteQuery(model)
            for field, instances in batches.iteritems():
                query.delete_batch([obj.pk for obj in instances], self.using, field)

        # delete instances
        for model, instances in self.data.iteritems():
            query = sql.DeleteQuery(model)
            pk_list = [obj.pk for obj in instances]
            query.delete_batch(pk_list, self.using)

        # send post_delete signals
        for model, obj in self.instances_with_model():
            if not model._meta.auto_created:
                obj.post_delete(model, using=self.using)

        # update collected instances
        for model, instances_for_fieldvalues in self.field_updates.iteritems():
            for (field, value), instances in instances_for_fieldvalues.iteritems():
                for obj in instances:
                    setattr(obj, field.attname, value)
        for model, instances in self.data.iteritems():
            for instance in instances:
                setattr(instance, model._meta.pk.attname, None)