Sqlite error code 19

sqlite error code 19

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Sqlite error code 19 - matchless

SQLite for Deno API Documentation

This file documents all of the public interfaces for deno-sqlite. The documentation is generated automatically using the script. If you want to clarify any of the notes in this file, edit the corresponding comment in the source file and rerun the generator, to avoid loosing the changes.

How to import

import{DB,Empty,Status}from"https://deno.land/x/sqlite/mod.ts"

The above statement lists all the available imports.

DB

newDB(path =":memory:")

Create a new database. The passed path will be opened with read/ write permissions and created if it does not already exist.

The default opens an in-memory database.

DB.query

Run a query against the database. The query can contain placeholder parameters, which are bound to the values passed in 'values'.

This supports positional and named parameters. Positional parameters can be set by passing an array for values. Named parameters can be set by passing an object for values.

While they can be mixed in principle, this is not recommended.

ParameterValues
or NNN-th value in array
value or
value
value

(see https://www.sqlite.org/lang_expr.html)

Values may only be of the following types and are converted as follows:

JS inSQL typeJS out
numberINTEGER or REALnumber or bigint
bigintINTEGERnumber or bigint
booleanINTEGERnumber
stringTEXTstring
DateTEXTstring
Uint8ArrayBLOBUint8Array
nullNULLnull
undefinedNULLnull

If no value is provided to a given parameter, SQLite will default to NULL.

If a is bound, it is converted to a signed 64 big integer, which may not be lossless. If an integer value is read from the database, which is too big to safely be contained in a , it is automatically returned as a .

If a is bound, it will be converted to an ISO 8601 string: . This format is understood by built-in SQLite date-time functions. Also see https://sqlite.org/lang_datefunc.html.

This always returns an iterable Rows object. As a special case, if the query has no rows to return this returns the Empty row (which is also iterable, but has zero entries).

!> Any returned Rows object needs to be fully iterated over or discarded by calling or closing the iterator.

DB.close

Close database handle. This must be called if DB is no longer used, to avoid leaking file resources.

If force is specified, any on-going transactions will be closed.

DB.lastInsertRowId

Get last inserted row id. This corresponds to the SQLite function .

By default, it will return 0 if there is no row inserted yet.

DB.changes

Return the number of rows modified, inserted or deleted by the most recently completed query. This corresponds to the SQLite function .

DB.totalChanges

Return the number of rows modified, inserted or deleted since the database was opened. This corresponds to the SQLite function .

SqliteError

newSqliteError(message, code)

Extension over the standard JS Error object to also contain class members for error code and error code name.

This class is not exported by the module and should only be obtained from exceptions raised in this module.

SqliteError.code

The SQLite result status code, see the SQLite docs for more information about each code.

https://www.sqlite.org/rescode.html

Beyond the SQLite status codes, this member can also contain custom status codes specific to this library (starting from 1000).

Errors that originate in the JavaScript part of the library will not have an associated status code. For these errors, the code will be .

JS namecodeJS name (cont.)code
SqliteOk0SqliteEmpty16
SqliteError1SqliteSchema17
SqliteInternal2SqliteTooBig18
SqlitePerm3SqliteConstraint19
SqliteAbort4SqliteMismatch20
SqliteBusy5SqliteMisuse21
SqliteLocked6SqliteNoLFS22
SqliteNoMem7SqliteAuth23
SqliteReadOnly8SqliteFormat24
SqliteInterrupt9SqliteRange25
SqliteIOErr10SqliteNotADB26
SqliteCorrupt11SqliteNotice27
SqliteNotFound12SqliteWarning28
SqliteFull13SqliteRow100
SqliteCantOpen14SqliteDone101
SqliteProtocol15Unknown-1

These codes are accessible via the exported object.

SqliteError.codeName

Key of code in exported object.

E.g. if is , would be .

RowObjects

RowObjects represent a set of results from a query in the form of an object. They are iterable and yield objects.

This class is not exported from the module and the only correct way to obtain a object is by making a database query and using the method on the result.

RowObjects.return

Implements the closing iterator protocol. See also: https://exploringjs.com/es6/ch_iteration.html#sec_closing-iterators

RowObjects.next

Implements the iterator protocol.

Rows

Rows represent a set of results from a query. They are iterable and yield arrays with the data from the selected columns.

This class is not exported from the module and the only correct way to obtain a object is by making a database query.

Rows.return

Implements the closing iterator protocol. See also: https://exploringjs.com/es6/ch_iteration.html#sec_closing-iterators

Rows.done

Deprecated, prefer .

Rows.next

Implements the iterator protocol.

Rows.columns

Call this if you need column names from the result of a select query.

This method returns an array of objects, where each object has the following properties:

PropertyValue
the result of
the result of
the result of

Rows.asObjects

Call this if you need to ouput the rows as objects.

Empty

A special constant. This is a object which has no results. It is still iterable, however it won't yield any results.

is returned from queries which return no data.

entity.protobuf>
-<#if entity.protobuf>
-        if(entity.has${property.propertyName?cap_first}()) {
-    </#if>        stmt.bind${toBindType[property.propertyType]}(${property_index + 1}, entity.get${property.propertyName?cap_first}()<#if
+<#if property.autoincrement && property.propertyType == "Long">
+        if(entity.get${property.propertyName?cap_first}()==0) {
+            stmt.bindNull(${property_index + 1});
+        } else {
+    </#if><#if entity.protobuf>        if(entity.has${property.propertyName?cap_first}()) {
+<#if property.autoincrement && property.propertyType == "Long">    </#if>    </#if>        stmt.bind${toBindType[property.propertyType]}(${property_index + 1}, entity.get${property.propertyName?cap_first}()<#if
      property.propertyType == "Boolean"> ? 1l: 0l</#if><#if property.propertyType == "Date">.getTime()</#if>);
-<#if entity.protobuf>
-        }
-</#if>
+<#if property.autoincrement && property.propertyType == "Long">
+    </#if><#if entity.protobuf>        }</#if>
+<#if property.autoincrement && property.propertyType == "Long">        }</#if>
 <#else> <#-- nullable, non-protobuff -->
         ${property.javaType} ${property.propertyName} = entity.get${property.propertyName?cap_first}();
         if (${property.propertyName} != null) {