Class DerbyDialect

    • Method Detail

      • getMaxVarcharLength

        public int getMaxVarcharLength()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        The longest possible length of a Types.VARCHAR-like column. For longer column lengths, use some sort of text-like type for the column.
        Overrides:
        getMaxVarcharLength in class Dialect
      • getTypeName

        public String getTypeName​(int code,
                                  Size size)
                           throws HibernateException
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the name of the database type associated with the given java.sql.Types typecode.
        Overrides:
        getTypeName in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        code - java.sql.Types typecode
        size - the length, precision, scale of the column
        Returns:
        the database type name
        Throws:
        HibernateException
      • getDefaultDecimalPrecision

        public int getDefaultDecimalPrecision()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        This is the default precision for a generated column mapped to a BigInteger or BigDecimal.

        Usually returns the maximum precision of the database, except when there is no such maximum precision, or the maximum precision is very high.

        Overrides:
        getDefaultDecimalPrecision in class Dialect
        Returns:
        the default precision, in decimal digits
      • getFloatPrecision

        public int getFloatPrecision()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        This is the default precision for a generated column mapped to a Java Float or float. That is, a value representing "single precision".

        Usually 24 binary digits, at least for databases with a conventional interpretation of the ANSI SQL specification.

        Overrides:
        getFloatPrecision in class Dialect
        Returns:
        a value representing "single precision", usually in binary digits, but sometimes in decimal digits
      • getDoublePrecision

        public int getDoublePrecision()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        This is the default precision for a generated column mapped to a Java Double or double. That is, a value representing "double precision".

        Usually 53 binary digits, at least for databases with a conventional interpretation of the ANSI SQL specification.

        Overrides:
        getDoublePrecision in class Dialect
        Returns:
        a value representing "double precision", usually in binary digits, but sometimes in decimal digits
      • initializeFunctionRegistry

        public void initializeFunctionRegistry​(QueryEngine queryEngine)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Initialize the given registry with any dialect-specific functions. Support for certain SQL functions is required, and if the database does not support a required function, then the dialect must define a way to emulate it. These required functions include the functions defined by the JPA query language specification:
        • avg(arg) - aggregate function
        • count([distinct ]arg) - aggregate function
        • max(arg) - aggregate function
        • min(arg) - aggregate function
        • sum(arg) - aggregate function
        • coalesce(arg0, arg1, ...)
        • nullif(arg0, arg1)
        • lower(arg)
        • upper(arg)
        • length(arg)
        • concat(arg0, arg1, ...)
        • locate(pattern, string[, start])
        • substring(string, start[, length])
        • trim([[spec ][character ]from] string)
        • abs(arg)
        • mod(arg0, arg1)
        • sqrt(arg)
        • current date
        • current time
        • current timestamp
        Along with an additional set of functions defined by ANSI SQL:
        • any(arg) - aggregate function
        • every(arg) - aggregate function
        • cast(arg as Type)
        • extract(field from arg)
        • ln(arg)
        • exp(arg)
        • power(arg0, arg1)
        • floor(arg)
        • ceiling(arg)
        • position(pattern in string)
        • substring(string from start[ for length])
        • overlay(string placing replacement from start[ for length])
        And the following functions for working with java.time types:
        • local date
        • local time
        • local datetime
        • offset datetime
        • instant
        And a number of additional "standard" functions:
        • left(string, length)
        • right(string, length)
        • replace(string, pattern, replacement)
        • pad(string with length spec[ character])
        • sign(arg)
        • sin(arg)
        • cos(arg)
        • tan(arg)
        • asin(arg)
        • acos(arg)
        • atan(arg)
        • atan2(arg0, arg1)
        • round(arg0, arg1)
        • least(arg0, arg1, ...)
        • greatest(arg0, arg1, ...)
        • format(datetime as pattern)
        • str(arg) - synonym of cast(a as String)
        • ifnull(arg0, arg1) - synonym of coalesce(a, b)
        Finally, the following functions are defined as abbreviations for extract(), and desugared by the parser:
        • second(arg) - synonym of extract(second from a)
        • minute(arg) - synonym of extract(minute from a)
        • hour(arg) - synonym of extract(hour from a)
        • day(arg) - synonym of extract(day from a)
        • month(arg) - synonym of extract(month from a)
        • year(arg) - synonym of extract(year from a)
        Overrides:
        initializeFunctionRegistry in class Dialect
      • castPattern

        public String castPattern​(CastType from,
                                  CastType to)
        Derby does have a real Types.BOOLEAN type, but it doesn't know how to cast to it. Worse, Derby makes us use the double() function to cast things to its floating point types.
        Overrides:
        castPattern in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        from - a CastType indicating the type of the value argument
        to - a CastType indicating the type the value argument is cast to
      • timestampaddPattern

        public String timestampaddPattern​(TemporalUnit unit,
                                          jakarta.persistence.TemporalType temporalType,
                                          IntervalType intervalType)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Obtain a pattern for the SQL equivalent to a timestampadd() function call. The resulting pattern must contain ?1, ?2, and ?3 placeholders for the arguments.
        Overrides:
        timestampaddPattern in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        unit - The unit to add to the temporal
        temporalType - The type of the temporal
        intervalType - The type of interval to add or null if it's not a native interval
      • timestampdiffPattern

        public String timestampdiffPattern​(TemporalUnit unit,
                                           jakarta.persistence.TemporalType fromTemporalType,
                                           jakarta.persistence.TemporalType toTemporalType)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Obtain a pattern for the SQL equivalent to a timestampdiff() function call. The resulting pattern must contain ?1, ?2, and ?3 placeholders for the arguments.
        Overrides:
        timestampdiffPattern in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        unit - the first argument
        fromTemporalType - true if the first argument is a timestamp, false if a date
        toTemporalType - true if the second argument is
      • getQuerySequencesString

        public String getQuerySequencesString()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the select command used retrieve the names of all sequences.
        Overrides:
        getQuerySequencesString in class Dialect
        Returns:
        The select command; or null if sequences are not supported.
      • getDropSchemaCommand

        public String[] getDropSchemaCommand​(String schemaName)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the SQL command used to drop the named schema
        Overrides:
        getDropSchemaCommand in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        schemaName - The name of the schema to be dropped.
        Returns:
        The drop commands
      • getSelectClauseNullString

        public String getSelectClauseNullString​(int sqlType)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Given a Types type code, determine an appropriate null value to use in a select clause.

        One thing to consider here is that certain databases might require proper casting for the nulls here since the select here will be part of a UNION/UNION ALL.

        Overrides:
        getSelectClauseNullString in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        sqlType - The Types type code.
        Returns:
        The appropriate select clause value fragment.
      • supportsCommentOn

        public boolean supportsCommentOn()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect/database support commenting on tables, columns, etc?
        Overrides:
        supportsCommentOn in class Dialect
        Returns:
        true if commenting is supported
      • getForUpdateString

        public String getForUpdateString()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the string to append to SELECT statements to acquire locks for this dialect.
        Overrides:
        getForUpdateString in class Dialect
        Returns:
        The appropriate FOR UPDATE clause string.
      • getWriteLockString

        public String getWriteLockString​(int timeout)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the string to append to SELECT statements to acquire WRITE locks for this dialect. Location of the returned string is treated the same as getForUpdateString.
        Overrides:
        getWriteLockString in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        timeout - in milliseconds, -1 for indefinite wait and 0 for no wait.
        Returns:
        The appropriate LOCK clause string.
      • getReadLockString

        public String getReadLockString​(int timeout)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the string to append to SELECT statements to acquire READ locks for this dialect. Location of the returned string is treated the same as getForUpdateString.
        Overrides:
        getReadLockString in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        timeout - in milliseconds, -1 for indefinite wait and 0 for no wait.
        Returns:
        The appropriate LOCK clause string.
      • supportsOuterJoinForUpdate

        public boolean supportsOuterJoinForUpdate()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support FOR UPDATE in conjunction with outer joined rows?
        Overrides:
        supportsOuterJoinForUpdate in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if outer joined rows can be locked via FOR UPDATE.
      • supportsExistsInSelect

        public boolean supportsExistsInSelect()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does the dialect support an exists statement in the select clause?
        Overrides:
        supportsExistsInSelect in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if exists checks are allowed in the select clause; false otherwise.
      • supportsLockTimeouts

        public boolean supportsLockTimeouts()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Informational metadata about whether this dialect is known to support specifying timeouts for requested lock acquisitions.
        Overrides:
        supportsLockTimeouts in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True is this dialect supports specifying lock timeouts.
      • supportsCurrentTimestampSelection

        public boolean supportsCurrentTimestampSelection()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support a way to retrieve the database's current timestamp value?
        Overrides:
        supportsCurrentTimestampSelection in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if the current timestamp can be retrieved; false otherwise.
      • getCurrentTimestampSelectString

        public String getCurrentTimestampSelectString()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Retrieve the command used to retrieve the current timestamp from the database.
        Overrides:
        getCurrentTimestampSelectString in class Dialect
        Returns:
        The command.
      • doesReadCommittedCauseWritersToBlockReaders

        public boolean doesReadCommittedCauseWritersToBlockReaders()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        For the underlying database, is READ_COMMITTED isolation implemented by forcing readers to wait for write locks to be released?
        Overrides:
        doesReadCommittedCauseWritersToBlockReaders in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if writers block readers to achieve READ_COMMITTED; false otherwise.
      • supportsParametersInInsertSelect

        public boolean supportsParametersInInsertSelect()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support parameters within the SELECT clause of INSERT ... SELECT ... statements?
        Overrides:
        supportsParametersInInsertSelect in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if this is supported; false otherwise.
      • supportsTupleDistinctCounts

        public boolean supportsTupleDistinctCounts()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support `count(distinct a,b)`?
        Overrides:
        supportsTupleDistinctCounts in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if the database supports counting distinct tuples; false otherwise.
      • supportsOrderByInSubquery

        public boolean supportsOrderByInSubquery()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support the order by clause in subqueries? Ex: select * from Table1 where col1 in (select col1 from Table2 order by col2 limit 1)
        Overrides:
        supportsOrderByInSubquery in class Dialect
        Returns:
        boolean
      • contributeTypes

        public void contributeTypes​(TypeContributions typeContributions,
                                    ServiceRegistry serviceRegistry)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Allows the Dialect to contribute additional types
        Overrides:
        contributeTypes in class Dialect
        Parameters:
        typeContributions - Callback to contribute the types
        serviceRegistry - The service registry
      • supportsUnboundedLobLocatorMaterialization

        public boolean supportsUnboundedLobLocatorMaterialization()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Is it supported to materialize a LOB locator outside the transaction in which it was created?

        Again, part of the trickiness here is the fact that this is largely driver dependent.

        NOTE: all database I have tested which Dialect.supportsExpectedLobUsagePattern() also support the ability to materialize a LOB outside the owning transaction...

        Overrides:
        supportsUnboundedLobLocatorMaterialization in class Dialect
        Returns:
        True if unbounded materialization is supported; false otherwise.
      • buildSQLExceptionConversionDelegate

        public SQLExceptionConversionDelegate buildSQLExceptionConversionDelegate()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Build an instance of a SQLExceptionConversionDelegate for interpreting dialect-specific error or SQLState codes.

        If this method is overridden to return a non-null value, the default SQLExceptionConverter will use the returned SQLExceptionConversionDelegate in addition to the following standard delegates:

        1. a "static" delegate based on the JDBC 4 defined SQLException hierarchy;
        2. a delegate that interprets SQLState codes for either X/Open or SQL-2003 codes, depending on java.sql.DatabaseMetaData#getSQLStateType

        It is strongly recommended that specific Dialect implementations override this method, since interpretation of a SQL error is much more accurate when based on the vendor-specific ErrorCode rather than the SQLState.

        Specific Dialects may override to return whatever is most appropriate for that vendor.

        Overrides:
        buildSQLExceptionConversionDelegate in class Dialect
        Returns:
        The SQLExceptionConversionDelegate for this dialect
      • appendDatetimeFormat

        public void appendDatetimeFormat​(SqlAppender appender,
                                         String format)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Translate the given datetime format string from the pattern language defined by Java's DateTimeFormatter to whatever pattern language is understood by the native datetime formatting function for this database (often the to_char() function).

        Since it's never possible to translate all of the pattern letter sequences understood by DateTimeFormatter, only the following subset of pattern letters is accepted by Hibernate:

        • G: era
        • y: year of era
        • Y: year of week-based year
        • M: month of year
        • w: week of week-based year (ISO week number)
        • W: week of month
        • E: day of week (name)
        • e: day of week (number)
        • d: day of month
        • D: day of year
        • a: AM/PM
        • H: hour of day (24 hour time)
        • h: hour of AM/PM (12 hour time)
        • m: minutes
        • s: seconds
        • z,Z,x: timezone offset
        In addition, punctuation characters and single-quoted literal strings are accepted.
        Overrides:
        appendDatetimeFormat in class Dialect
      • supportsPartitionBy

        public boolean supportsPartitionBy()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does the underlying database support partition by
        Overrides:
        supportsPartitionBy in class Dialect
        Returns:
        boolean
      • supportsWindowFunctions

        public boolean supportsWindowFunctions()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support window functions like `row_number() over (..)`
        Overrides:
        supportsWindowFunctions in class Dialect
        Returns:
        true if the underlying database supports window functions, false otherwise. The default is false.