[JDBC-38] There is no way to execute a raw statement outside a transaction Created: 12/Aug/12 Updated: 27/Dec/12 Resolved: 26/Dec/12
|Reporter:||Rasmus Svensson||Assignee:||Sean Corfield|
To be able to enforce foreign key constraints in SQLite you need to execute the following statement:
However, this statement can't be used from within a transaction. From the SQLite docs:
In clojure.java.jdbc both do-commands and do-prepared unconditionally run the supplied statements in a transaction. To me it seems like these two functions are the only ones that provide a way to execute an arbitrary SQL statement.
Example using [org.clojure/java.jdbc "0.2.3"] and [org.xerial/sqlite-jdbc "3.7.2"]:
When using this function instead of do-commands foreign keys work as expected:
This function is simply do-commands with execute-batch inlined and the wrapping transaction form removed.
|Comment by Sean Corfield [ 12/Aug/12 9:33 PM ]|
It seems like the more flexible thing to do would be to allow users to specify that a transaction not be used on the existing operations. I'm reworking the API substantially soon so I'll bear that in mind. I might not make it possible with the existing API but I'll make sure that's an option in the new API that I'm adding.
|Comment by Sean Corfield [ 26/Dec/12 4:11 PM ]|
0.2.4-SNAPSHOT contains db-do-commands which allows bare execution of commands against a specific database connection with or without a transaction wrapping the commands.
|Comment by Rasmus Svensson [ 27/Dec/12 7:03 AM ]|