1: # include   "../ingres.h"
   2: # include   "../aux.h"
   3: # include   "../access.h"
   4: 
   5: /*
   6: **  OPENR -- Open a relation into a descriptor
   7: **
   8: **	Openr will open the named relation into the given descriptor
   9: **	according to the mode specified. When searching for a name,
  10: **	a relation owner by the current user will be searched for first.
  11: **	If none is found then one owned by the DBA will be search for.
  12: **
  13: **	There are several available modes for opening a relation. The
  14: **	most common are
  15: **		mode 0 -- open for reading
  16: **		mode 2 -- open for writing (mode 1 works identically).
  17: **	Other modes which can be used to optimize performance:
  18: **		mode -1 -- get relation-relation tuple and tid only.
  19: **      			Does not open the relation.
  20: **		mode -2 -- open relation for reading after a previous
  21: **      			call of mode -1.
  22: **		mode -3 -- open relation for writing after a previous
  23: **      			call of mode -1.
  24: **		mode -4 -- open relation for reading. Assumes that relation
  25: **      			was previously open (eg relation & attributed
  26: **      			have been filled) and file was closed by closer.
  27: **		mode -5 -- open relation for writing. Same assumptions as
  28: **      			mode -4.
  29: **
  30: **	Parameters:
  31: **		dx - a pointer to a struct descriptor (defined in ingres.h)
  32: **		mode - can be 2,0,-1,-2,-3,-4,-5
  33: **		name - a null terminated name (only first 12 chars looked at)
  34: **
  35: **	Returns:
  36: **		1 - relation does not exist
  37: **		0 - ok
  38: **		<0 - error. Refer to the error codes in access.h
  39: **
  40: **	Side Effects:
  41: **		Opens the physical file if required. Fill the
  42: **		descriptor structure. Initializes the access methods
  43: **		if necessary.
  44: **
  45: **	Requires:
  46: **		access method routine:
  47: **			acc_init()
  48: **			clearkeys()
  49: **			find()
  50: **
  51: **		most the access methods + the unix open() function
  52: **
  53: **	Called By:
  54: **		everyone
  55: **
  56: **	Trace Flags:
  57: **		Uses trace flag 90
  58: **
  59: **	Diagnostics:
  60: **		none
  61: **
  62: **	Syserrs:
  63: **		openr:bd md -- call to openr with illegal mode.
  64: **
  65: **	History:
  66: **		10-6-78 (rse) - documented
  67: */
  68: 
  69: 
  70: openr(dx, mode, name)
  71: struct descriptor   *dx;
  72: int         mode;
  73: char            *name;
  74: 
  75: {
  76:     register struct descriptor  *d;
  77:     register int            retval, filemode;
  78:     char                filename[MAXNAME+3];
  79: 
  80:     d = dx;
  81: 
  82: #	ifdef xATR1
  83:     if (tTf(90, -1))
  84:         printf("openr:%.12s,%d\n", name, mode);
  85: #	endif
  86: #	ifdef xATM
  87:     if (tTf(76, 2))
  88:         timtrace(21, 0);
  89: #	endif
  90: 
  91:     /* init admin */
  92:     acc_init();
  93: 
  94:     /* process according to mode */
  95: 
  96:     filemode = 0;
  97:     switch (mode)
  98:     {
  99: 
 100:       case -1:
 101:         retval = get_reltuple(d, name);
 102:         break;
 103: 
 104:       case 1:
 105:       case 2:
 106:         filemode = 2;
 107: 
 108:       case 0:
 109:         if (retval = get_reltuple(d, name))
 110:             break;
 111: 
 112:       case -2:
 113:       case -3:
 114:         if (retval = get_attuples(d))
 115:             break;
 116: 
 117:       case -5:
 118:         if (mode == -3 || mode == -5)
 119:             filemode = 2;
 120: 
 121:       case -4:
 122:         clearkeys(d);
 123:         /* descriptor is filled. open file */
 124:         ingresname(d->relid, d->relowner, filename);
 125:         /* can't open a view */
 126:         if (d->relstat & S_VIEW)
 127:         {
 128:             retval = acc_err(AMOPNVIEW_ERR);    /* view */
 129:             break;
 130:         }
 131:         if ((d->relfp = open(filename, filemode)) < 0)
 132:         {
 133:             retval = acc_err(AMNOFILE_ERR); /* can't open file */
 134:             break;
 135:         }
 136:         d->relopn = (d->relfp + 1) * 5;
 137:         if (filemode == 2)
 138:             d->relopn = -d->relopn;
 139:         d->reladds = 0;
 140:         retval = 0;
 141:         break;
 142: 
 143:       default:
 144:         syserr("openr:bd md=%d", mode);
 145:     }
 146: 
 147:     /* return */
 148: 
 149: #	ifdef xATR1
 150:     if (tTf(90, 4) && mode != -1 && retval != 1)
 151:         printdesc(d);
 152:     if (tTf(90, -1))
 153:         printf("openr rets %d\n", retval);
 154: #	endif
 155: 
 156: #	ifdef xATM
 157:     if (tTf(76, 2))
 158:         timtrace(22, 0);
 159: #	endif
 160:     return (retval);
 161: }
 162: 
 163: 
 164: get_reltuple(dx, name)
 165: struct descriptor   *dx;
 166: char            *name;
 167: 
 168: /*
 169: **	Get the tuple for the relation specified by 'name'
 170: **	and put it in the descriptor 'dx'.
 171: **
 172: **	First a relation named 'name' owned
 173: **	by the current user is searched for. If that fails,
 174: **	then a relation owned by the dba is searched for.
 175: */
 176: 
 177: {
 178:     register struct descriptor  *d;
 179:     struct relation         rel;
 180:     register int            i;
 181:     char                filename[MAXNAME+3];
 182: 
 183:     d = dx;
 184: 
 185:     clearkeys(&Admin.adreld);
 186: 
 187:     /* make believe relation relation is read only for concurrency */
 188:     Admin.adreld.relopn = abs(Admin.adreld.relopn);
 189: 
 190:     /* relation relation is open. Search for relation 'name' */
 191:     setkey(&Admin.adreld, &rel, name, RELID);
 192:     setkey(&Admin.adreld, &rel, Usercode, RELOWNER);
 193: 
 194:     if ((i = getequal(&Admin.adreld, &rel, d, &d->reltid)) == 1)
 195:     {
 196:         /* not a user relation. try relation owner by dba */
 197:         setkey(&Admin.adreld, &rel, Admin.adhdr.adowner, RELOWNER);
 198:         i = getequal(&Admin.adreld, &rel, d, &d->reltid);
 199:     }
 200: 
 201:     flush_rel(&Admin.adreld, TRUE);
 202: 
 203: #	ifdef xATR1
 204:     if (tTf(90, 1))
 205:         printf("get_reltuple: %d\n", i);
 206: #	endif
 207: 
 208:     /* restore relation relation to read/write mode */
 209:     Admin.adreld.relopn = -Admin.adreld.relopn;
 210:     return (i);
 211: }
 212: 
 213: 
 214: get_attuples(dx)
 215: struct descriptor   *dx;
 216: 
 217: {
 218:     register struct descriptor  *d;
 219:     struct attribute        attr, attkey;
 220:     register int            i, dom;
 221:     int             numatts;
 222:     struct tup_id           tid1, tid2;
 223: 
 224:     d = dx;
 225: 
 226:     clearkeys(&Admin.adattd);
 227: 
 228:     /* zero all format types */
 229:     for (i = 0; i <= d->relatts; i++)
 230:         d->relfrmt[i] = 0;
 231: 
 232:     /* prepare to scan attribute relation */
 233:     setkey(&Admin.adattd, &attkey, d->relid, ATTRELID);
 234:     setkey(&Admin.adattd, &attkey, d->relowner, ATTOWNER);
 235:     if (i = find(&Admin.adattd, EXACTKEY, &tid1, &tid2, &attkey))
 236:         return (i);
 237: 
 238:     numatts = d->relatts;
 239: 
 240:     while (numatts && !get(&Admin.adattd, &tid1, &tid2, &attr, TRUE))
 241:     {
 242: 
 243:         /* does this attribute belong? */
 244:         if (bequal(&attr, &attkey, MAXNAME + 2))
 245:         {
 246: 
 247:             /* this attribute belongs */
 248:             dom = attr.attid;   /* get domain number */
 249: 
 250:             if (d->relfrmt[dom])
 251:                 break;  /* duplicate attribute. force error */
 252: 
 253:             numatts--;
 254:             d->reloff[dom] = attr.attoff;
 255:             d->relfrmt[dom] = attr.attfrmt;
 256:             d->relfrml[dom] = attr.attfrml;
 257:             d->relxtra[dom] = attr.attxtra;
 258:         }
 259:     }
 260: 
 261:     /* make sure all the atributes were there */
 262:     for (dom = 1; dom <= d->relatts; dom++)
 263:         if (d->relfrmt[dom] == 0)
 264:             numatts = 1;    /* force an error */
 265:     if (numatts)
 266:         i = acc_err(AMNOATTS_ERR);
 267: 
 268:     flush_rel(&Admin.adattd, TRUE);
 269: 
 270: #	ifdef xATR1
 271:     if (tTf(90, 3))
 272:         printf("get_attr ret %d\n", i);
 273: #	endif
 274: 
 275:     return (i);
 276: }
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