Class SybaseDialect

    • Field Detail

      • jtdsDriver

        protected boolean jtdsDriver
    • Method Detail

      • getInExpressionCountLimit

        public int getInExpressionCountLimit()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Return the limit that the underlying database places on the number of elements in an IN predicate. If the database defines no such limits, simply return zero or less-than-zero.
        getInExpressionCountLimit in class Dialect
        int The limit, or zero-or-less to indicate no limit.
      • contributeTypes

        public void contributeTypes​(TypeContributions typeContributions,
                                    ServiceRegistry serviceRegistry)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Allows the Dialect to contribute additional types
        contributeTypes in class Dialect
        typeContributions - Callback to contribute the types
        serviceRegistry - The service registry
      • 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])
        • log10(arg)
        • 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)
        • collate(string as collation)
        • 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)
        Note that according to this definition, the second() function returns a floating point value, contrary to the integer type returned by the native function with this name on many databases. Thus, we don't just naively map these HQL functions to the native SQL functions with the same names.
        initializeFunctionRegistry in class AbstractTransactSQLDialect
      • getNullColumnString

        public String getNullColumnString()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        The keyword used to specify a nullable column.
        getNullColumnString in class Dialect
      • canCreateSchema

        public boolean canCreateSchema()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Does this dialect support schema creation?
        canCreateSchema in class Dialect
        True if the dialect supports schema creation; false otherwise.
      • getCurrentSchemaCommand

        public String getCurrentSchemaCommand()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Get the SQL command used to retrieve the current schema name. Works in conjunction with Dialect.getSchemaNameResolver(), unless the return from there does not need this information. E.g., a custom impl might make use of the Java 1.7 addition of the Connection.getSchema() method
        getCurrentSchemaCommand in class Dialect
        The current schema retrieval SQL
      • getMaxIdentifierLength

        public int getMaxIdentifierLength()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        What is the maximum identifier length supported by the dialect?
        getMaxIdentifierLength in class Dialect
        The maximum length.
      • castPattern

        public String castPattern​(CastType from,
                                  CastType to)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Obtain a pattern for the SQL equivalent to a cast() function call. The resulting pattern must contain ?1 and ?2 placeholders for the arguments.
        castPattern in class Dialect
        from - a CastType indicating the type of the value argument
        to - a CastType indicating the type the value argument is cast to
      • supportsFractionalTimestampArithmetic

        public boolean supportsFractionalTimestampArithmetic()
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Whether the database supports adding a fractional interval to a timestamp e.g. `timestamp + 0.5 second`
        supportsFractionalTimestampArithmetic in class Dialect
      • 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.
        timestampaddPattern in class Dialect
        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.
        timestampdiffPattern in class Dialect
        unit - the first argument
        fromTemporalType - true if the first argument is a timestamp, false if a date
        toTemporalType - true if the second argument is
      • trimPattern

        public String trimPattern​(TrimSpec specification,
                                  char character)
        Description copied from class: Dialect
        Obtain a pattern for the SQL equivalent to a trim() function call. The resulting pattern must contain a ?1 placeholder for the argument of type String.
        trimPattern in class AbstractTransactSQLDialect
        specification - leading or trailing
        character - the character to trim
      • 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.

        Appends a pattern accepted by the function that formats dates and times in this dialect to a SQL fragment that is being constructed.

        appendDatetimeFormat in class Dialect