Source code for opendp.smartnoise.sql.reader.sql_server

import os

from .base import SqlReader, NameCompare, Serializer
from .engine import Engine

from opendp.smartnoise._ast.ast import Relation
from opendp.smartnoise._ast.tokens import Literal
from opendp.smartnoise._ast.expression import Expression
from opendp.smartnoise._ast.expressions.numeric import BareFunction
from opendp.smartnoise._ast.expressions.sql import BooleanJoinCriteria, UsingJoinCriteria

[docs]class SqlServerReader(SqlReader): """ A dumb pipe that gets a rowset back from a database using a SQL string, and converts types to some useful subset """ ENGINE = Engine.SQL_SERVER def __init__(self, host=None, database=None, user=None, password=None, port=None, conn=None): super().__init__(self.ENGINE) import pyodbc # this reader would break in the module code as is self.api = pyodbc if conn is not None: self.conn = conn else: # generate a connection string = host self.database = database self.user = user self.port = port if password is None: if "SA_PASSWORD" in os.environ: password = os.environ["SA_PASSWORD"] self.password = password self.update_connection_string()
[docs] def execute(self, query, *ignore, accuracy:bool=False): if not isinstance(query, str): raise ValueError("Please pass strings to execute. To execute ASTs, use execute_typed.") if self.conn is not None: cnxn = self.conn else: cnxn = self.api.connect(self.connection_string) cursor = cnxn.cursor() cursor.execute(str(query)) if cursor.description is None: return [] else: col_names = [tuple(desc[0] for desc in cursor.description)] rows = [row for row in cursor] return col_names + rows
[docs] def update_connection_string(self): self.connection_string = "Server={0}{1};UID={2}".format(, "" if self.port is None else "," + str(self.port), self.user ) self.connection_string += ( ";Database={0}".format(self.database) if self.database is not None else "" ) self.connection_string += ( ";PWD={0}".format(self.password) if self.password is not None else "" ) self.connection_string = "Driver={ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server};" + self.connection_string
[docs] def switch_database(self, dbname): sql = "USE " + dbname + ";" self.execute(sql)
[docs] def db_name(self): sql = "SELECT DB_NAME();" dbname = self.execute(sql)[1][0] return dbname
class SqlServerSerializer(Serializer): def serialize(self, query): for re in [n for n in query.find_nodes(BareFunction) if == "RANDOM"]: = "NEWID" for b in [n for n in query.find_nodes(Literal) if isinstance(n.value, bool)]: b.text = "'TRUE'" if b.value else "'FALSE'" # T-SQL doesn't support USING critera, rewrite to ON for rel in [ n for n in query.find_nodes(Relation) if n.joins is not None and len(n.joins) > 0 ]: join_idx = 0 for j in [j for j in rel.joins if isinstance(j.criteria, UsingJoinCriteria)]: join_idx += 1 ids = j.criteria.identifiers if rel.primary.alias is None: rel.primary.alias = "PJXX" # should use a name scope manager here if j.right.alias is None: j.right.alias = "PJYY" + str(join_idx) # should use naming scope left = [rel.primary.alias + "." + str(i) for i in ids] right = [j.right.alias + "." + str(i) for i in ids] frag = " AND ".join(l + " = " + r for l, r in zip(left, right)) j.criteria = BooleanJoinCriteria(Expression(frag)) return str(query) class SqlServerNameCompare(NameCompare): def __init__(self, search_path=None): self.search_path = search_path if search_path is not None else ["dbo"] def identifier_match(self, query, meta): return self.strip_escapes(query).lower() == self.strip_escapes(meta).lower()