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26class BatchRowIterator implements RecursiveIterator {
31 protected $db;
36 protected $table;
41 protected $primaryKey;
46 protected $batchSize;
52 protected $conditions = [];
57 protected $joinConditions = [];
63 protected $fetchColumns;
68 protected $orderBy;
73 private $current = [];
78 private $key;
83 protected $options = [];
93 if ( $batchSize < 1 ) {
94 throw new InvalidArgumentException( 'Batch size must be at least 1 row.' );
95 }
96 $this->db = $db;
97 $this->table = $table;
98 $this->primaryKey = (array)$primaryKey;
99 $this->fetchColumns = $this->primaryKey;
100 $this->orderBy = implode( ' ASC,', $this->primaryKey ) . ' ASC';
101 $this->batchSize = $batchSize;
102 }
108 public function addConditions( array $conditions ) {
109 $this->conditions = array_merge( $this->conditions, $conditions );
110 }
116 public function addOptions( array $options ) {
117 $this->options = array_merge( $this->options, $options );
118 }
125 $this->joinConditions = array_merge( $this->joinConditions, $conditions );
126 }
132 public function setFetchColumns( array $columns ) {
133 // If it's not the all column selector merge in the primary keys we need
134 if ( count( $columns ) === 1 && reset( $columns ) === '*' ) {
135 $this->fetchColumns = $columns;
136 } else {
137 $this->fetchColumns = array_unique( array_merge(
138 $this->primaryKey,
139 $columns
140 ) );
141 }
142 }
150 public function extractPrimaryKeys( $row ) {
151 $pk = [];
152 foreach ( $this->primaryKey as $alias => $column ) {
153 $name = is_numeric( $alias ) ? $column : $alias;
154 $pk[$name] = $row->{$name};
155 }
156 return $pk;
157 }
162 public function current() {
163 return $this->current;
164 }
169 public function key() {
170 return $this->key;
171 }
176 public function rewind() {
177 $this->key = -1; // self::next() will turn this into 0
178 $this->current = [];
179 $this->next();
180 }
185 public function valid() {
186 return (bool)$this->current;
187 }
192 public function hasChildren() {
193 return $this->current && count( $this->current );
194 }
199 public function getChildren() {
200 return new NotRecursiveIterator( new ArrayIterator( $this->current ) );
201 }
206 public function next() {
207 $res = $this->db->select(
208 $this->table,
209 $this->fetchColumns,
210 $this->buildConditions(),
211 __METHOD__,
212 [
213 'LIMIT' => $this->batchSize,
214 'ORDER BY' => $this->orderBy,
215 ] + $this->options,
216 $this->joinConditions
217 );
219 // The iterator is converted to an array because in addition to
220 // returning it in self::current() we need to use the end value
221 // in self::buildConditions()
222 $this->current = iterator_to_array( $res );
223 $this->key++;
224 }
238 protected function buildConditions() {
239 if ( !$this->current ) {
240 return $this->conditions;
241 }
243 $maxRow = end( $this->current );
244 $maximumValues = [];
245 foreach ( $this->primaryKey as $alias => $column ) {
246 $name = is_numeric( $alias ) ? $column : $alias;
247 $maximumValues[$column] = $this->db->addQuotes( $maxRow->{$name} );
248 }
250 $pkConditions = [];
251 // For example: If we have 3 primary keys
252 // first run through will generate
253 // col1 = 4 AND col2 = 7 AND col3 > 1
254 // second run through will generate
255 // col1 = 4 AND col2 > 7
256 // and the final run through will generate
257 // col1 > 4
258 while ( $maximumValues ) {
259 $pkConditions[] = $this->buildGreaterThanCondition( $maximumValues );
260 array_pop( $maximumValues );
261 }
263 $conditions = $this->conditions;
264 $conditions[] = sprintf( '( %s )', implode( ' ) OR ( ', $pkConditions ) );
266 return $conditions;
267 }
281 protected function buildGreaterThanCondition( array $quotedMaximumValues ) {
282 $keys = array_keys( $quotedMaximumValues );
283 $lastColumn = end( $keys );
284 $lastValue = array_pop( $quotedMaximumValues );
285 $conditions = [];
286 foreach ( $quotedMaximumValues as $column => $value ) {
287 $conditions[] = "$column = $value";
288 }
289 $conditions[] = "$lastColumn > $lastValue";
291 return implode( ' AND ', $conditions );
292 }
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to add to the query
Fetch the next set of rows from the database.
addConditions(array $conditions)
Reset the iterator to the begining of the table.
integer $key
key 0-indexed number of pages fetched since self::reset()
array $options
Additional query options.
addJoinConditions(array $conditions)
setFetchColumns(array $columns)
extractPrimaryKeys( $row)
Extracts the primary key(s) from a database row.
addOptions(array $options)
buildGreaterThanCondition(array $quotedMaximumValues)
Given an array of column names and their maximum value generate an SQL condition where all keys excep...
Uses the primary key list and the maximal result row from the previous iteration to build an SQL cond...
__construct(IDatabase $db, $table, $primaryKey, $batchSize)
Definition database.txt:21
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Definition deferred.txt:16
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Definition design.txt:26
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Definition hooks.txt:304
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Definition injection.txt:37
Basic database interface for live and lazy-loaded relation database handles.
Definition IDatabase.php:34