org.apache.xalan.lib.sql
Class SQLQueryParser

java.lang.Object
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  +--org.apache.xalan.lib.sql.SQLQueryParser

public class SQLQueryParser
extends java.lang.Object


Field Summary
static int INLINE_PARSER
           
static int NO_INLINE_PARSER
           
static int NO_OVERRIDE
           
 
Constructor Summary
SQLQueryParser()
          The SQLStatement Parser will be created as a psuedo SINGLETON per XConnection.
 
Method Summary
 java.util.Vector getParameters()
           
 java.lang.String getSQLQuery()
          Return a copy of the parsed SQL query that will be set to the Database system to execute.
 boolean hasParameters()
          If a SQL Statement does not have any parameters, then it can be executed directly.
 boolean isCallable()
          If the Inline Parser is used, the parser will note if this stastement is a plain SQL Statement or a Called Procedure.
 SQLQueryParser parse(XConnection xconn, java.lang.String query, int override)
          Produce an SQL Statement Parser based on the incomming query.
 void populateStatement(java.sql.PreparedStatement stmt, ExpressionContext ctx)
          The SQL Statement Parser, when an Inline Parser is used, tracks the XSL variables used to populate a statement.
 void registerOutputParameters(java.sql.CallableStatement cstmt)
           
 void setParameters(java.util.Vector p)
          The XConnection will use this method to store the Parameters that were supplied by the style sheet in the case where the inline parser was not used
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
equals, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

NO_OVERRIDE

public static final int NO_OVERRIDE

NO_INLINE_PARSER

public static final int NO_INLINE_PARSER

INLINE_PARSER

public static final int INLINE_PARSER
Constructor Detail

SQLQueryParser

public SQLQueryParser()
The SQLStatement Parser will be created as a psuedo SINGLETON per XConnection. Since we are only caching the Query and its parsed results we may be able to use this as a real SINGLETON. It all depends on how Statement Caching will play out.
Method Detail

parse

public SQLQueryParser parse(XConnection xconn,
                            java.lang.String query,
                            int override)
Produce an SQL Statement Parser based on the incomming query. For now we will just create a new object, in the future we may have this interface cache the queries so that we can take advantage of a preparsed String. If the Inline Parser is not enabled in the Options, no action will be taken on the parser. This option can be set by the Stylesheet. If the option is not set or cleared, a default value will be set determined by the way variables were passed into the system.

hasParameters

public boolean hasParameters()
If a SQL Statement does not have any parameters, then it can be executed directly. Most SQL Servers use this as a performance advantage since no parameters need to be parsed then bound.

isCallable

public boolean isCallable()
If the Inline Parser is used, the parser will note if this stastement is a plain SQL Statement or a Called Procedure. Called Procudures generally have output parameters and require special handling. Called Procudures that are not processed with the Inline Parser will still be executed but under the context of a PreparedStatement and not a CallableStatement. Called Procudures that have output parameters MUST be handled with the Inline Parser.

getParameters

public java.util.Vector getParameters()

setParameters

public void setParameters(java.util.Vector p)
The XConnection will use this method to store the Parameters that were supplied by the style sheet in the case where the inline parser was not used

getSQLQuery

public java.lang.String getSQLQuery()
Return a copy of the parsed SQL query that will be set to the Database system to execute. If the inline parser was not used, then the original query will be returned.

populateStatement

public void populateStatement(java.sql.PreparedStatement stmt,
                              ExpressionContext ctx)
The SQL Statement Parser, when an Inline Parser is used, tracks the XSL variables used to populate a statement. The data use to popoulate a can also be provided. If the data is provided, it will overide the populastion using XSL variables. When the Inline PArser is not used, then the Data will always be provided.

registerOutputParameters

public void registerOutputParameters(java.sql.CallableStatement cstmt)
                              throws java.sql.SQLException


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