kappa/deaw

Tiny wrapper for better and more comfortable works with Dibi

v1.0.0 2016-12-28 15:27 UTC

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Last update: 2024-07-04 18:43:43 UTC


README

Kappa\Deaw

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Tiny wrapper for better and more comfortable works with dibi

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Requirements

Full list of dependencies you can get from Composer config file

Installation

The best way to install Kappa\Deaw is using Composer

$ composer require kappa/deaw:@dev

Before your first usage you must have registered dibi with required settings.

extensions:
  dibi: Dibi\Bridges\Nette\DibiExtension22
  
dibi:
  host: 127.0.0.1
  username: root
  password: 
  database: test
  driver: mysql

When you have dibi registered you can add Kappa\Deaw extension without any extra configuration (all configuration will be used from dibi package).

extensions:
   dibi: Dibi\Bridges\Nette\DibiExtension22
   - \Kappa\Deaw\DI\DeawExtension
   
 dibi:
   host: 127.0.0.1
   username: root
   password: 
   database: test
   driver: mysql

How to use

The basic principe of this package is combine domain queries(cz) and dibi way. This package provides a query objects which can be used for fetching or executing queries and which is distributed into custom classes.

Usage this package is very easy. Kappa\Deaw provides one base class Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess for make works with dibi more comfortable. With this class you can make all fetches, executes and you can work with transactions.

Firstly, you can inject this class into your model

class Users {
    
    private $dataAccess;
    
    public function __construct(\Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess $dataAccess) {
        $this->dataAccess = $dataAccess;
    }
}

prepare the basic fetch query object which must implements \Kappa\Deaw\Query\Queryable interface or for easy query objects you can use abstract class \Kappa\Deaw\Query\QueryObject

class FetchAdminUsers extends QueryObject { // or implments Queryable 
    public function doQuery(QueryBuilder $builder) {
        return $builder->createQuery()->select('*')
            ->from('user')
            ->where('role = ?', 'admin');
    }
}

and now we can combine into model

class Users {
    
    private $dataAccess;
    
    public function __construct(\Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess $dataAccess) {
        $this->dataAccess = $dataAccess;
    }
    
    public function getAdmins() {
        return $this->dataAccess->fetch(new FetchAdminUsers());
    }
}

and it's all!

Fetches

The basic fetch principe is explained above. You can use three methods for fetching data.

  • fetch - for fetch all records (alternative to fetchAll from dibi)
  • fetchOne - for fetch only one record (alternative to fetch from dibi)
  • fetchSingle - for fetch single value (alternative to fetchSingle from dibi)

Execute

You can also run executable query object for insert, update or remove data. For example:

class AddNewAdminUser extends QueryObject
{
    private $name;
    
    public function __construct($name) {
        $this->name = $name;
    }
    
    public function doQuery(QueryBuilder $builder) {
        $builder->createQuery()->insert('users', [
            'name' => $this->name,
            'role' => 'admin'
        ]);
    }
}

and model

class Users {
    
    private $dataAccess;
    
    public function __construct(\Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess $dataAccess) {
        $this->dataAccess = $dataAccess;
    }
    
    public function addAdmin($name) {
        return $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser($name));
    }
}

Transactions

Also, you can use very easy transactions wrapper for typical dibi transactions.

We use AddNewAdminUser query object from previous example for example:

class Users {
    
    private $dataAccess;
    
    public function __construct(\Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess $dataAccess) {
        $this->dataAccess = $dataAccess;
    }
    
    public function addAdmins() {
        $transaction = $this->dataAccess->createTransaction();
        try {
            $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser('foo'));
            $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser('bar'));
            $transaction->commit();
        } catch (\Exception $e) {
            $transaction->rollback();
        }
    }
}

And of course you use savepoints (when is supported) as nested transactions

class Users {
    
    private $dataAccess;
    
    public function __construct(\Kappa\Deaw\DataAccess $dataAccess) {
        $this->dataAccess = $dataAccess;
    }
    
    public function addAdmins() {
        $transaction = $this->dataAccess->createTransaction();
        try {
            $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser('foo'));
            $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser('bar'));
            $nestedTransactions = $this->dataAccess->createTransaction();
            try {
                $this->dataAccess->execute(new AddNewAdminUser('foo_bar'));
                $nestedTransactions->commit(); // savepoint release is not required
            } catch (\Exception $e) {
                $nestedTransactions->rollback();
            }  
            $transaction->commit();
        } catch (\Exception $e) {
            $transaction->rollback();       
        }      
    }
}

Query objects

The basic query object provide postFetch method which is called after each fetch. This method can be used for parsing data before return or for somethings else...

TIP: This method can be used for parsing to-many relations from string representation into array, for example:

SQL:

CREATE TABLE `articles` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
  `user_id` int(11) NOT NULL,
  `title` varchar(255) COLLATE utf8_czech_ci NOT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY (`id`),
  KEY `user_id` (`user_id`),
  CONSTRAINT `articles_ibfk_1` FOREIGN KEY (`user_id`) REFERENCES `users` (`id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE=utf8_czech_ci;

INSERT INTO `articles` (`id`, `user_id`, `title`) VALUES
(1,	1,	'Foo_article_1'),
(2,	1,	'Foo_article_2'),
(3,	2,	'Bar_article_1'),
(4,	2,	'Bar_article_2');

CREATE TABLE `users` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
  `name` varchar(255) COLLATE utf8_czech_ci NOT NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY (`id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE=utf8_czech_ci;

INSERT INTO `users` (`id`, `name`) VALUES
(1,	'Foo'),
(2,	'Bar');
class FetchToMany implements Queryable {
    public function doQuery(QueryBuilder $builder) {
        return $builder->createQuery()
            ->select('users.id, users.name, GROUP_CONCAT(articles.title SEPARATOR ',') as articles')
            ->leftJoin('articles')->on('articles.user_id = users.id')
            ->from('users');
    }
    
    public function postFetch($data) {
        foreach ($data as $key => $row) {
            $data[$key]['articles'] = explode(',', $data[$key]['articles'];
        }
        
        return $data;
    }
}

and results will be

    [
        [
            'id' => '1',
            'name' => 'Foo',
            'articles' => [
                'Foo_article_1',
                'Foo_article_2'
            ]
        ],
        [
            'id' => '2',
            'name' => 'Bar',
            'articles' => [
                'Bar_article_1',
                'Bar_article_2'
            ]
        ]
    ]

Development

Tests

When you can run test you must crate own config files. Please copy file tests/config/config.sample.neon, rename to config.neon (remove sample word) and update credentials in this file. Same do with tests/config/database.sample.ini

And now you can run test ./vendor/bin/tests -c ./tests/php-unix.ini ./tests