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# 2010 September 24
#
# The author disclaims copyright to this source code.  In place of
# a legal notice, here is a blessing:
#
#    May you do good and not evil.
#    May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
#    May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
#
#***********************************************************************
#
# This file implements tests to verify that the "testable statements" in 
# the lang_reindex.html document are correct.
#

set testdir [file dirname $argv0]
source $testdir/tester.tcl

proc do_reindex_tests {args} {
  uplevel do_select_tests $args
}

do_execsql_test e_reindex-0.0 {
  CREATE TABLE t1(a, b);
  CREATE INDEX i1 ON t1(a, b);
  CREATE INDEX i2 ON t1(b, a);
} {}

#  -- syntax diagram reindex-stmt
#
do_reindex_tests e_reindex-0.1 {
  1   "REINDEX"           {}
  2   "REINDEX nocase"    {}
  3   "REINDEX binary"    {}
  4   "REINDEX t1"        {}
  5   "REINDEX main.t1"   {}
  6   "REINDEX i1"        {}
  7   "REINDEX main.i1"   {}
}

# EVIDENCE-OF: R-52173-44778 The REINDEX command is used to delete and
# recreate indices from scratch.
#
#    Test this by corrupting some database indexes, running REINDEX, and
#    observing that the corruption is gone.
#
do_execsql_test e_reindex-1.1 {
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(1, 2);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(3, 4);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(5, 6);

  CREATE TABLE saved(a,b,c,d,e);
  INSERT INTO saved SELECT * FROM sqlite_master WHERE type = 'index';
  PRAGMA writable_schema = 1;
  DELETE FROM sqlite_master WHERE type = 'index';
} {}

db close
sqlite3 db test.db
do_execsql_test e_reindex-1.2 {
  DELETE FROM t1 WHERE a = 3;
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(7, 8);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES(9, 10);
  PRAGMA writable_schema = 1;
  INSERT INTO sqlite_master SELECT * FROM saved;
  DROP TABLE saved;
} {}

db close
sqlite3 db test.db
do_execsql_test e_reindex-1.3 {
  PRAGMA integrity_check;
} [list \
  {row 3 missing from index i2} \
  {row 3 missing from index i1} \
  {row 4 missing from index i2} \
  {row 4 missing from index i1} \
  {wrong # of entries in index i2} \
  {wrong # of entries in index i1}
]

do_execsql_test e_reindex-1.4 {
  REINDEX;
  PRAGMA integrity_check;
} {ok}

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The remaining tests in this file focus on testing that the REINDEX 
# command reindexes the correct subset of the indexes in the database.
# They all use the following dataset.
#
db close
forcedelete test.db2
forcedelete test.db
sqlite3 db test.db

proc sort_by_length {lhs rhs} {
  set res [expr {[string length $lhs] - [string length $rhs]}]
  if {$res!=0} {return $res}
  return [string compare $lhs $rhs]
}
array set V {one 1 two 2 three 3 four 4 five 5 six 6 seven 7 eight 8}
proc sort_by_value {lhs rhs} {
  global V
  set res [expr {$V($lhs) - $V($rhs)}]
  if {$res!=0} {return $res}
  return [string compare $lhs $rhs]
}

db collate collA sort_by_length
db collate collB sort_by_value

set BY(length) {one six two five four eight seven three}
set BY(value)  {one two three four five six seven eight}

do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.0 {
  ATTACH 'test.db2' AS aux;

  CREATE TABLE t1(x);
  CREATE INDEX i1_a ON t1(x COLLATE collA);
  CREATE INDEX i1_b ON t1(x COLLATE collB);
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('one');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('two');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('three');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('four');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('five');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('six');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('seven');
  INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('eight');

  CREATE TABLE t2(x);
  CREATE INDEX i2_a ON t2(x COLLATE collA);
  CREATE INDEX i2_b ON t2(x COLLATE collB);
  INSERT INTO t2 SELECT x FROM t1;

  CREATE TABLE aux.t1(x);
  CREATE INDEX aux.i1_a ON t1(x COLLATE collA);
  CREATE INDEX aux.i1_b ON t1(x COLLATE collB);
  INSERT INTO aux.t1 SELECT x FROM main.t1;

} {}

proc test_index {tn tbl collation expected} {
  set sql "SELECT x FROM $tbl ORDER BY x COLLATE $collation"
  uplevel do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.$tn [list $sql] [list $::BY($expected)]
}

proc set_collations {a b} {
  db collate collA "sort_by_$a"
  db collate collB "sort_by_$b"
}

test_index 1.1   t1     collA   length
test_index 1.2   t1     collB   value
test_index 1.3   t2     collA   length
test_index 1.4   t2     collB   value
test_index 1.5   aux.t1 collA   length
test_index 1.6   aux.t1 collB   value


# EVIDENCE-OF: R-47362-07898 If the REINDEX keyword is not followed by a
# collation-sequence or database object identifier, then all indices in
# all attached databases are rebuilt.
#
set_collations value length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.2.1 "REINDEX" {}
test_index 2.2   t1     collA   value
test_index 2.3   t1     collB   length
test_index 2.4   t2     collA   value
test_index 2.5   t2     collB   length
test_index 2.6   aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 2.7   aux.t1 collB   length

# EVIDENCE-OF: R-45878-07697 If the REINDEX keyword is followed by a
# collation-sequence name, then all indices in all attached databases
# that use the named collation sequences are recreated.
#
set_collations length value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.3.1 "REINDEX collA" {}
test_index 3.2   t1     collA   length
test_index 3.3   t1     collB   length
test_index 3.4   t2     collA   length
test_index 3.5   t2     collB   length
test_index 3.6   aux.t1 collA   length
test_index 3.7   aux.t1 collB   length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.3.8 "REINDEX collB" {}
test_index 3.9   t1     collA   length
test_index 3.10  t1     collB   value
test_index 3.11  t2     collA   length
test_index 3.12  t2     collB   value
test_index 3.13  aux.t1 collA   length
test_index 3.14  aux.t1 collB   value

# EVIDENCE-OF: R-49616-30196 Or, if the argument attached to the REINDEX
# identifies a specific database table, then all indices attached to the
# database table are rebuilt.
#
set_collations value length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.4.1 "REINDEX t1" {}
test_index 4.2   t1     collA   value
test_index 4.3   t1     collB   length
test_index 4.4   t2     collA   length
test_index 4.5   t2     collB   value
test_index 4.6   aux.t1 collA   length
test_index 4.7   aux.t1 collB   value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.4.8 "REINDEX aux.t1" {}
test_index 4.9   t1     collA   value
test_index 4.10  t1     collB   length
test_index 4.11  t2     collA   length
test_index 4.12  t2     collB   value
test_index 4.13  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 4.14  aux.t1 collB   length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.4.15 "REINDEX t2" {}
test_index 4.16  t1     collA   value
test_index 4.17  t1     collB   length
test_index 4.18  t2     collA   value
test_index 4.19  t2     collB   length
test_index 4.20  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 4.21  aux.t1 collB   length

# EVIDENCE-OF: R-58823-28748 If it identifies a specific database index,
# then just that index is recreated.
#
set_collations length value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.1 "REINDEX i1_a" {}
test_index 5.2   t1     collA   length
test_index 5.3   t1     collB   length
test_index 5.4   t2     collA   value
test_index 5.5   t2     collB   length
test_index 5.6   aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 5.7   aux.t1 collB   length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.8 "REINDEX i2_b" {}
test_index 5.9   t1     collA   length
test_index 5.10  t1     collB   length
test_index 5.11  t2     collA   value
test_index 5.12  t2     collB   value
test_index 5.13  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 5.14  aux.t1 collB   length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.15 "REINDEX aux.i1_b" {}
test_index 5.16  t1     collA   length
test_index 5.17  t1     collB   length
test_index 5.18  t2     collA   value
test_index 5.19  t2     collB   value
test_index 5.20  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 5.21  aux.t1 collB   value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.22 "REINDEX i1_b" {}
test_index 5.23  t1     collA   length
test_index 5.24  t1     collB   value
test_index 5.25  t2     collA   value
test_index 5.26  t2     collB   value
test_index 5.27  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 5.28  aux.t1 collB   value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.29 "REINDEX i2_a" {}
test_index 5.30  t1     collA   length
test_index 5.31  t1     collB   value
test_index 5.32  t2     collA   length
test_index 5.33  t2     collB   value
test_index 5.34  aux.t1 collA   value
test_index 5.35  aux.t1 collB   value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.5.36 "REINDEX aux.i1_a" {}
test_index 5.37  t1     collA   length
test_index 5.38  t1     collB   value
test_index 5.39  t2     collA   length
test_index 5.40  t2     collB   value
test_index 5.41  aux.t1 collA   length
test_index 5.42  aux.t1 collB   value

# EVIDENCE-OF: R-15639-02023 If no database-name is specified and there
# exists both a table or index and a collation sequence of the specified
# name, SQLite interprets this as a request to rebuild the indices that
# use the named collation sequence.
#
set_collations value length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.6.0 {
  CREATE TABLE collA(x);
  CREATE INDEX icolla_a ON collA(x COLLATE collA);
  CREATE INDEX icolla_b ON collA(x COLLATE collB);

  INSERT INTO collA SELECT x FROM t1;
} {}

test_index 6.1   collA  collA   value
test_index 6.2   collA  collB   length

set_collations length value
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.6.3 "REINDEX collA" {}
test_index 6.4   collA  collA   length
test_index 6.5   collA  collB   length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.6.3 "REINDEX main.collA" {}
test_index 6.4   collA  collA   length
test_index 6.5   collA  collB   value

set_collations value length
do_execsql_test e_reindex-2.6.6 "REINDEX main.collA" {}
test_index 6.7   collA  collA   value
test_index 6.8   collA  collB   length

finish_test