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# strategies.py
# Copyright (C) 2005,2006 Michael Bayer mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com
# This module is part of SQLAlchemy and is released under
# the MIT License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

"""sqlalchemy.orm.interfaces.LoaderStrategy implementations, and related MapperOptions."""

from sqlalchemy import sql, schema, util, exceptions, sql_util, logging
from sqlalchemy.orm import mapper, query
from sqlalchemy.orm.interfaces import *
from sqlalchemy.orm import session as sessionlib
from sqlalchemy.orm import util as mapperutil
import sets, random

class ColumnLoader(LoaderStrategy):
    def init(self):
        super(ColumnLoader, self).init()
        self.columns = self.parent_property.columns
    def setup_query(self, context, eagertable=None, **kwargs):
        for c in self.columns:
            if eagertable is not None:

    def init_class_attribute(self):
        self.logger.info("register managed attribute %s on class %s" % (self.key, self.parent.class_.__name__))
        sessionlib.attribute_manager.register_attribute(self.parent.class_, self.key, uselist=False, copy_function=lambda x: self.columns[0].type.copy_value(x), compare_function=lambda x,y:self.columns[0].type.compare_values(x,y), mutable_scalars=self.columns[0].type.is_mutable())

    def process_row(self, selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew):
        if isnew:
            self.logger.debug("populating %s with %s/%s" % (mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key), row.__class__.__name__, self.columns[0].key))
            instance.__dict__[self.key] = row[self.columns[0]]
ColumnLoader.logger = logging.class_logger(ColumnLoader)

00039 class DeferredColumnLoader(LoaderStrategy):
    """describes an object attribute that corresponds to a table column, which also
    will "lazy load" its value from the table.  this is per-column lazy loading."""
    def init(self):
        super(DeferredColumnLoader, self).init()
        self.columns = self.parent_property.columns
        self.group = self.parent_property.group

    def init_class_attribute(self):
        self.logger.info("register managed attribute %s on class %s" % (self.key, self.parent.class_.__name__))
        sessionlib.attribute_manager.register_attribute(self.parent.class_, self.key, uselist=False, callable_=lambda i:self.setup_loader(i), copy_function=lambda x: self.columns[0].type.copy_value(x), compare_function=lambda x,y:self.columns[0].type.compare_values(x,y), mutable_scalars=self.columns[0].type.is_mutable())

    def setup_query(self, context, **kwargs):
    def process_row(self, selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew):
        if isnew:
            if not self.is_default or len(selectcontext.options):
                sessionlib.attribute_manager.init_instance_attribute(instance, self.key, False, callable_=self.setup_loader(instance, selectcontext.options))
                sessionlib.attribute_manager.reset_instance_attribute(instance, self.key)

    def setup_loader(self, instance, options=None):
        if not mapper.has_mapper(instance):
            return None
            prop = mapper.object_mapper(instance).props[self.key]
            if prop is not self.parent_property:
                return prop._get_strategy(DeferredColumnLoader).setup_loader(instance)
        def lazyload():
            self.logger.debug("deferred load %s group %s" % (mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key), str(self.group)))
                pk = self.parent.pks_by_table[self.columns[0].table]
            except KeyError:
                pk = self.columns[0].table.primary_key

            clause = sql.and_()
            for primary_key in pk:
                attr = self.parent.get_attr_by_column(instance, primary_key)
                if not attr:
                    return None
                clause.clauses.append(primary_key == attr)

            session = sessionlib.object_session(instance)
            if session is None:
                raise exceptions.InvalidRequestError("Parent instance %s is not bound to a Session; deferred load operation of attribute '%s' cannot proceed" % (instance.__class__, self.key))

            localparent = mapper.object_mapper(instance)
            if self.group is not None:
                groupcols = [p for p in localparent.props.values() if isinstance(p.strategy, DeferredColumnLoader) and p.group==self.group]
                result = session.execute(localparent, sql.select([g.columns[0] for g in groupcols], clause, use_labels=True), None)
                    row = result.fetchone()
                    for prop in groupcols:
                        if prop is self:
                        # set a scalar object instance directly on the object, 
                        # bypassing SmartProperty event handlers.
                        sessionlib.attribute_manager.init_instance_attribute(instance, prop.key, uselist=False)
                        instance.__dict__[prop.key] = row[prop.columns[0]]
                    return row[self.columns[0]]    
                return session.scalar(localparent, sql.select([self.columns[0]], clause, use_labels=True),None)

        return lazyload
DeferredColumnLoader.logger = logging.class_logger(DeferredColumnLoader)

class DeferredOption(StrategizedOption):
    def __init__(self, key, defer=False):
        super(DeferredOption, self).__init__(key)
        self.defer = defer
    def get_strategy_class(self):
        if self.defer:
            return DeferredColumnLoader
            return ColumnLoader

class AbstractRelationLoader(LoaderStrategy):
    def init(self):
        super(AbstractRelationLoader, self).init()
        self.primaryjoin = self.parent_property.primaryjoin
        self.secondaryjoin = self.parent_property.secondaryjoin
        self.secondary = self.parent_property.secondary
        self.foreignkey = self.parent_property.foreignkey
        self.mapper = self.parent_property.mapper
        self.target = self.parent_property.target
        self.uselist = self.parent_property.uselist
        self.cascade = self.parent_property.cascade
        self.attributeext = self.parent_property.attributeext
        self.order_by = self.parent_property.order_by

    def _init_instance_attribute(self, instance, callable_=None):
        return sessionlib.attribute_manager.init_instance_attribute(instance, self.key, self.uselist, cascade=self.cascade,  trackparent=True, callable_=callable_)
    def _register_attribute(self, class_, callable_=None):
        self.logger.info("register managed %s attribute %s on class %s" % ((self.uselist and "list-holding" or "scalar"), self.key, self.parent.class_.__name__))
        sessionlib.attribute_manager.register_attribute(class_, self.key, uselist = self.uselist, extension=self.attributeext, cascade=self.cascade,  trackparent=True, typecallable=self.parent_property.collection_class, callable_=callable_)

class NoLoader(AbstractRelationLoader):
    def init_class_attribute(self):
    def process_row(self, selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew):
        if isnew:
            if not self.is_default or len(selectcontext.options):
                self.logger.debug("set instance-level no loader on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))

NoLoader.logger = logging.class_logger(NoLoader)
class LazyLoader(AbstractRelationLoader):
    def init(self):
        super(LazyLoader, self).init()
        (self.lazywhere, self.lazybinds, self.lazyreverse) = self._create_lazy_clause(self.parent.unjoined_table, self.primaryjoin, self.secondaryjoin, self.foreignkey)
        # determine if our "lazywhere" clause is the same as the mapper's
        # get() clause.  then we can just use mapper.get()
        self.use_get = not self.uselist and query.Query(self.mapper)._get_clause.compare(self.lazywhere)

    def init_class_attribute(self):
        self._register_attribute(self.parent.class_, callable_=lambda i: self.setup_loader(i))

    def setup_loader(self, instance, options=None):
        if not mapper.has_mapper(instance):
            return None
            prop = mapper.object_mapper(instance).props[self.key]
            if prop is not self.parent_property:
                return prop._get_strategy(LazyLoader).setup_loader(instance)
        def lazyload():
            self.logger.debug("lazy load attribute %s on instance %s" % (self.key, mapperutil.instance_str(instance)))
            params = {}
            allparams = True
            # if the instance wasnt loaded from the database, then it cannot lazy load
            # child items.  one reason for this is that a bi-directional relationship
            # will not update properly, since bi-directional uses lazy loading functions
            # in both directions, and this instance will not be present in the lazily-loaded
            # results of the other objects since its not in the database
            if not mapper.has_identity(instance):
                return None
            #print "setting up loader, lazywhere", str(self.lazywhere), "binds", self.lazybinds
            for col, bind in self.lazybinds.iteritems():
                params[bind.key] = self.parent.get_attr_by_column(instance, col)
                if params[bind.key] is None:
                    allparams = False

            if not allparams:
                return None

            session = sessionlib.object_session(instance)
            if session is None:
                    session = mapper.object_mapper(instance).get_session()
                except exceptions.InvalidRequestError:
                    raise exceptions.InvalidRequestError("Parent instance %s is not bound to a Session, and no contextual session is established; lazy load operation of attribute '%s' cannot proceed" % (instance.__class__, self.key))

            # if we have a simple straight-primary key load, use mapper.get()
            # to possibly save a DB round trip
            if self.use_get:
                ident = []
                for primary_key in self.mapper.pks_by_table[self.mapper.mapped_table]:
                    bind = self.lazyreverse[primary_key]
                return session.query(self.mapper).get(ident)
            elif self.order_by is not False:
                order_by = self.order_by
            elif self.secondary is not None and self.secondary.default_order_by() is not None:
                order_by = self.secondary.default_order_by()
                order_by = False
            result = session.query(self.mapper, with_options=options).select_whereclause(self.lazywhere, order_by=order_by, params=params)

            if self.uselist:
                return result
                if len(result):
                    return result[0]
                    return None
        return lazyload

    def process_row(self, selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew):
        if isnew:
            # new object instance being loaded from a result row
            if not self.is_default or len(selectcontext.options):
                self.logger.debug("set instance-level lazy loader on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
                # we are not the primary manager for this attribute on this class - set up a per-instance lazyloader,
                # which will override the clareset_instance_attributess-level behavior
                self._init_instance_attribute(instance, callable_=self.setup_loader(instance, selectcontext.options))
                self.logger.debug("set class-level lazy loader on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
                # we are the primary manager for this attribute on this class - reset its per-instance attribute state, 
                # so that the class-level lazy loader is executed when next referenced on this instance.
                # this usually is not needed unless the constructor of the object referenced the attribute before we got 
                # to load data into it.
                sessionlib.attribute_manager.reset_instance_attribute(instance, self.key)

    def _create_lazy_clause(self, table, primaryjoin, secondaryjoin, foreignkey):
        binds = {}
        reverse = {}
        def column_in_table(table, column):
            return table.corresponding_column(column, raiseerr=False, keys_ok=False) is not None

        def find_column_in_expr(expr):
            if not isinstance(expr, sql.ColumnElement):
                return None
            columns = []
            class FindColumnInColumnClause(sql.ClauseVisitor):
                def visit_column(self, c):
            return len(columns) and columns[0] or None
        def bind_label():
            return "lazy_" + hex(random.randint(0, 65535))[2:]
        def visit_binary(binary):
            leftcol = find_column_in_expr(binary.left)
            rightcol = find_column_in_expr(binary.right)
            if leftcol is None or rightcol is None:
            circular = leftcol.table is rightcol.table
            if ((not circular and column_in_table(table, leftcol)) or (circular and rightcol in foreignkey)):
                col = leftcol
                binary.left = binds.setdefault(leftcol,
                        sql.bindparam(bind_label(), None, shortname=leftcol.name, type=binary.right.type))
                reverse[rightcol] = binds[col]

            if (leftcol is not rightcol) and ((not circular and column_in_table(table, rightcol)) or (circular and leftcol in foreignkey)):
                col = rightcol
                binary.right = binds.setdefault(rightcol,
                        sql.bindparam(bind_label(), None, shortname=rightcol.name, type=binary.left.type))
                reverse[leftcol] = binds[col]

        lazywhere = primaryjoin.copy_container()
        li = mapperutil.BinaryVisitor(visit_binary)
        if secondaryjoin is not None:
            lazywhere = sql.and_(lazywhere, secondaryjoin)
        LazyLoader.logger.debug("create_lazy_clause " + str(lazywhere))
        return (lazywhere, binds, reverse)

LazyLoader.logger = logging.class_logger(LazyLoader)

00286 class EagerLoader(AbstractRelationLoader):
    """loads related objects inline with a parent query."""
    def init(self):
        super(EagerLoader, self).init()
        if self.parent.isa(self.mapper):
            raise exceptions.ArgumentError("Error creating eager relationship '%s' on parent class '%s' to child class '%s': Cant use eager loading on a self referential relationship." % (self.key, repr(self.parent.class_), repr(self.mapper.class_)))

        self.clauses = {}
        self.clauses_by_lead_mapper = {}
00297     class AliasedClauses(object):
        """defines a set of join conditions and table aliases which are aliased on a randomly-generated
        alias name, corresponding to the connection of an optional parent AliasedClauses object and a 
        target mapper.
        EagerLoader has a distinct AliasedClauses object per parent AliasedClauses object,
        so that all paths from one mapper to another across a chain of eagerloaders generates a distinct
        chain of joins.  The AliasedClauses objects are generated and cached on an as-needed basis.
            mapper A -->
                (EagerLoader 'items') --> 
                    mapper B --> 
                        (EagerLoader 'keywords') --> 
                            mapper C
            will generate:
            EagerLoader 'items' --> {
                None : AliasedClauses(items, None, alias_suffix='AB34')        # mappera JOIN mapperb_AB34
            EagerLoader 'keywords' --> [
                None : AliasedClauses(keywords, None, alias_suffix='43EF')     # mapperb JOIN mapperc_43EF
                AliasedClauses(items, None, alias_suffix='AB34') : 
                        AliasedClauses(keywords, items, alias_suffix='8F44')   # mapperb_AB34 JOIN mapperc_8F44
        def __init__(self, eagerloader, parentclauses=None):
            self.parent = eagerloader
            self.target = eagerloader.target
            self.eagertarget = eagerloader.target.alias()
            if eagerloader.secondary:
                self.eagersecondary = eagerloader.secondary.alias()
                self.aliasizer = sql_util.Aliasizer(eagerloader.target, eagerloader.secondary, aliases={
                self.eagersecondaryjoin = eagerloader.secondaryjoin.copy_container()
                self.eagerprimary = eagerloader.primaryjoin.copy_container()
                self.aliasizer = sql_util.Aliasizer(eagerloader.target, aliases={eagerloader.target:self.eagertarget})
                self.eagerprimary = eagerloader.primaryjoin.copy_container()

            if parentclauses is not None:

            if eagerloader.order_by:
                self.eager_order_by = self._aliasize_orderby(eagerloader.order_by)
                self.eager_order_by = None

            self._row_decorator = self._create_decorator_row()

        def _aliasize_orderby(self, orderby, copy=True):
            if copy:
                orderby = [o.copy_container() for o in util.to_list(orderby)]
                orderby = util.to_list(orderby)
            for i in range(0, len(orderby)):
                if isinstance(orderby[i], schema.Column):
                    orderby[i] = self.eagertarget.corresponding_column(orderby[i])
            return orderby

        def _create_decorator_row(self):
            class EagerRowAdapter(object):
                def __init__(self, row):
                    self.row = row
                def has_key(self, key):
                    return map.has_key(key) or self.row.has_key(key)
                def __getitem__(self, key):
                    if map.has_key(key):
                        key = map[key]
                    return self.row[key]
                def keys(self):
                    return map.keys()
            map = {}        
            for c in self.eagertarget.c:
                parent = self.target.corresponding_column(c)
                map[parent] = c
                map[parent._label] = c
                map[parent.name] = c
            return EagerRowAdapter

        def _decorate_row(self, row):
            # adapts a row at row iteration time to transparently
            # convert plain columns into the aliased columns that were actually
            # added to the column clause of the SELECT.
            return self._row_decorator(row)

    def init_class_attribute(self):
    def setup_query(self, context, eagertable=None, parentclauses=None, parentmapper=None, **kwargs):
        """add a left outer join to the statement thats being constructed"""
        if parentmapper is None:
            localparent = context.mapper
            localparent = parentmapper
        if self.mapper in context.recursion_stack:

        statement = context.statement
        if hasattr(statement, '_outerjoin'):
            towrap = statement._outerjoin
        elif isinstance(localparent.mapped_table, schema.Table):
            # if the mapper is against a plain Table, look in the from_obj of the select statement
            # to join against whats already there.
            for (fromclause, finder) in [(x, sql_util.TableFinder(x)) for x in statement.froms]:
                # dont join against an Alias'ed Select.  we are really looking either for the 
                # table itself or a Join that contains the table.  this logic still might need
                # adjustments for scenarios not thought of yet.
                if not isinstance(fromclause, sql.Alias) and localparent.mapped_table in finder:
                    towrap = fromclause
                raise exceptions.InvalidRequestError("EagerLoader cannot locate a clause with which to outer join to, in query '%s' %s" % (str(statement), self.localparent.mapped_table))
            # if the mapper is against a select statement or something, we cant handle that at the
            # same time as a custom FROM clause right now.
            towrap = localparent.mapped_table
            clauses = self.clauses[parentclauses]
        except KeyError:
            clauses = EagerLoader.AliasedClauses(self, parentclauses)
            self.clauses[parentclauses] = clauses
            self.clauses_by_lead_mapper[context.mapper] = clauses

        if self.secondaryjoin is not None:
            statement._outerjoin = sql.outerjoin(towrap, clauses.eagersecondary, clauses.eagerprimary).outerjoin(clauses.eagertarget, clauses.eagersecondaryjoin)
            if self.order_by is False and self.secondary.default_order_by() is not None:
            statement._outerjoin = towrap.outerjoin(clauses.eagertarget, clauses.eagerprimary)
            if self.order_by is False and clauses.eagertarget.default_order_by() is not None:

        if clauses.eager_order_by:
        elif getattr(statement, 'order_by_clause', None):
            clauses._aliasize_orderby(statement.order_by_clause, False)
        for value in self.mapper.props.values():
            value.setup(context, eagertable=clauses.eagertarget, parentclauses=clauses, parentmapper=self.mapper)

    def process_row(self, selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew):
        """receive a row.  tell our mapper to look for a new object instance in the row, and attach
        it to a list on the parent instance."""

        if self in selectcontext.recursion_stack:
            # decorate the row according to the stored AliasedClauses for this eager load,
            # or look for a user-defined decorator in the SelectContext (which was set up by the contains_eager() option)
            if selectcontext.attributes.has_key((EagerLoader, self.parent_property)):
                # custom row decoration function, placed in the selectcontext by the 
                # contains_eager() mapper option
                decorator = selectcontext.attributes[(EagerLoader, self.parent_property)]
                if decorator is None:
                    decorated_row = row
                    decorated_row = decorator(row)
                clauses = self.clauses_by_lead_mapper[selectcontext.mapper]
                decorated_row = clauses._decorate_row(row)
            # check for identity key
            identity_key = self.mapper.identity_key_from_row(decorated_row)
        except KeyError:
            # else degrade to a lazy loader
            self.logger.debug("degrade to lazy loader on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
            self.parent_property._get_strategy(LazyLoader).process_row(selectcontext, instance, row, identitykey, isnew)
        # TODO: recursion check a speed hit...?  try to get a "termination point" into the AliasedClauses
        # or EagerRowAdapter ?
            if not self.uselist:
                self.logger.debug("eagerload scalar instance on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
                if isnew:
                    # set a scalar object instance directly on the parent object, 
                    # bypassing SmartProperty event handlers.
                    instance.__dict__[self.key] = self.mapper._instance(selectcontext, decorated_row, None)
                    # call _instance on the row, even though the object has been created,
                    # so that we further descend into properties
                    self.mapper._instance(selectcontext, decorated_row, None)
                if isnew:
                    self.logger.debug("initialize UniqueAppender on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
                    # call the SmartProperty's initialize() method to create a new, blank list
                    l = getattr(instance.__class__, self.key).initialize(instance)
                    # create an appender object which will add set-like semantics to the list
                    appender = util.UniqueAppender(l.data)
                    # store it in the "scratch" area, which is local to this load operation.
                    selectcontext.attributes[(instance, self.key)] = appender
                result_list = selectcontext.attributes[(instance, self.key)]
                self.logger.debug("eagerload list instance on %s" % mapperutil.attribute_str(instance, self.key))
                self.mapper._instance(selectcontext, decorated_row, result_list)

EagerLoader.logger = logging.class_logger(EagerLoader)

class EagerLazyOption(StrategizedOption):
    def __init__(self, key, lazy=True):
        super(EagerLazyOption, self).__init__(key)
        self.lazy = lazy
    def process_query_property(self, context, prop):
        if self.lazy:
            if prop in context.eager_loaders:
        super(EagerLazyOption, self).process_query_property(context, prop)
    def get_strategy_class(self):
        if self.lazy:
            return LazyLoader
        elif self.lazy is False:
            return EagerLoader
        elif self.lazy is None:
            return NoLoader
EagerLazyOption.logger = logging.class_logger(EagerLazyOption)

class RowDecorateOption(PropertyOption):
    def __init__(self, key, decorator=None):
        super(RowDecorateOption, self).__init__(key)
        self.decorator = decorator
    def process_selection_property(self, context, property):
        context.attributes[(EagerLoader, property)] = self.decorator
RowDecorateOption.logger = logging.class_logger(RowDecorateOption)

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