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arysn is Rust ORM code generator.

see arysn-test/build.rs, arysn-test/tests

Connection

To access Postgresql, tokio-postgres to be used. You can also use deadpool-postgres.

Code generation

define_ar is used to generate the code.

use arysn::generator::config::{BelongsToConfig, Config, HasManyConfig};
use arysn::generator::define_ar;

fn main() {
    define_ar(vec![
        Config {
            path: "src/generated/user.rs",
            table_name: "users",
            struct_name: "User",
            has_many: vec![
                HasManyConfig {
                    field: "roles",
                    struct_name: "Role",
                    foreign_key: "user_id",
                },
            ],
            has_one: vec![],
            belongs_to: vec![],
        },
        Config {
            path: "src/generated/role.rs",
            table_name: "roles",
            struct_name: "Role",
            has_many: vec![],
            has_one: vec![],
            belongs_to: vec![BelongsToConfig {
                field: "user",
                struct_name: "User",
                foreign_key: "user_id",
            }
        }
    ]).unwrap();

The following four files will be generated.

  • user.rs
  • user_impl.rs
  • role.rs
  • role_impl.rs
  • enums.rs

user.rs and role.rs are intended to be used in frontend applications such as Yew. user_impl.rs and role_impl.rs contain DB access code. enums.rs is generated by CREATE TYPE SQL.

Query

let conn = ... // tokio-postgres or deadpool-postgres client
let users: Vec<User> = User::select().active().eq(true).load(&conn).await?;

let user: User = User::select().id(1).first(&conn).await?;

use arysn::Optional;
let user: Option<Vec> = User::select().id(1).first(&conn).await.optional()?;

Join

let users: Vec<User> = User::select().roles(|role| role.role_type().eq(RoleType::Admin))
    .load(&conn).await?;

N+1

let users: Vec<User> = User::select().roles(|role| role.preload())
    .load(&conn).await?;

SQL looks like this

SELECT * FORM users;
SELECT * FROM rolse WERE WHERE id IN (....);

The conditions before the preload are used to join.

let users: Vec<User> = User::select()
    .roles(|role| role.role_type().eq(RoleType::Admin).preload())
    .load(&conn).await?;

SQL looks like this

SELECT * FORM users INNER JOIN roles ON roles.user_id=users.id
    WHERE roles.role_types='admin';
SELECT * FROM rolse WERE WHERE role_types='admin' id IN (....);

Conditions after the preload are not used when joining.

let users: Vec<User> = User::select()
    .roles(|role| role.preload().role_type().eq(RoleType::Admin))
    .load(&conn).await?;

SQL looks like this

SELECT * FORM users;
SELECT * FROM rolse WERE WHERE role_types='admin' id IN (....);

UUID

To use the UUID, you need to specify features for tokio-postgres and uuid.

Cargo.toml

[dependencies]
tokio-postgres = { version = "0.7", features = ["with-chrono-0_4", "with-uuid-0_8"] }
uuid = { version = "0.8", features = ["serde"] }

PostGIS

Only PostGIS POINT is supported. You must specify gis featuers.

Cargo.toml

[dependencies]
arysn = { version = "0.3", features = ["gis"] }

Tokio 0.2

If you need tokio v0.2

Cargo.toml

[dependencies]
arysn = { version = "0.3", features = ["with-tokio-0_2", "gis-tokio-0_2"], default-features = false }

Dependencies

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