Module Sqlite3

API for Sqlite 3.* databases

Exceptions

exception InternalError of string

InternalError reason is raised when the bindings detect an unknown/unsupported situation.

exception Error of string

Error reason is raised when some SQL operation is called on a nonexistent handle and the functions does not return a return code, or if there is no error code corresponding to this error. Functions returning return codes communicate errors by returning the specific error code.

exception RangeError of int * int

RangeError (index, maximum) is raised if some column or bind operation refers to a nonexistent column or binding. The first entry of the returned tuple is the specified index, the second is the limit which was violated.

Types

type db

Database handle. Used to store information regarding open databases and the error code from the last operation if the function implementing that operation takes a database handle as a parameter.

NOTE: DO NOT USE THIS HANDLE WITHIN THREADS OTHER THAN THE ONE THAT CREATED IT!!!

NOTE: database handles are closed (see db_close) automatically when they are reclaimed by the GC unless they have already been closed earlier by the user. It is good practice to manually close database handles to free resources as quickly as possible.

type stmt

Compiled statement handle. Stores information about compiled statements created by the prepare or prepare_tail functions.

NOTE: DO NOT USE THIS HANDLE WITHIN THREADS OTHER THAN THE ONE THAT CREATED IT!!!

type header = string

Type of name of a column returned by queries.

type headers = header array

Type of names of columns returned by queries.

type row = string option array

Type of row data (with potential NULL-values)

type row_not_null = string array

Type of row data (without NULL-values)

Return codes

module Rc : sig ... end

Column data types

module Data : sig ... end

General database operations

val db_open : ?⁠mode:[ `READONLY | `NO_CREATE ] ‑> ?⁠mutex:[ `NO | `FULL ] ‑> ?⁠cache:[ `SHARED | `PRIVATE ] ‑> ?⁠vfs:string ‑> string ‑> db

db_open ?mode ?mutex ?cache ?vfs filename opens the database file filename, and returns a database handle.

Special filenames: ":memory:" and "" open an in-memory or temporary database respectively. Behaviour explained here: https://www.sqlite.org/inmemorydb.html

The optional arguments mode and mutex are only meaningful with SQlite versions >= 3.5, cache only for versions >= 3.6.18. For older versions an exception will be raised if any of them is set to a non-default value. The database is opened read-only if `READONLY is passed as mode. The database file will not be created if it is missing and `NO_CREATE is set. mutex determines how the database is accessed. The mutex parameters `NO and `FULL correspond to SQLITE_OPEN_NOMUTEX and SQLITE_OPEN_FULLMUTEX in the SQLite3 API respectively. The cache parameters `SHARED and `PRIVATE correspond to SQLITE_OPEN_SHAREDCACHE and SQLITE_OPEN_PRIVATECACHE in the SQLite3 API respectively.

val db_close : db ‑> bool

db_close db closes database db and invalidates the handle.

val enable_load_extension : db ‑> bool ‑> bool

enable_load_extension db onoff enable/disable the sqlite3 load extension.

val errcode : db ‑> Rc.t

errcode db

val errmsg : db ‑> string

errmsg db

val last_insert_rowid : db ‑> int64

last_insert_rowid db

val exec : db ‑> ?⁠cb:(row ‑> headers ‑> unit) ‑> string ‑> Rc.t

exec db ?cb sql performs SQL-operation sql on database db. If the operation contains query statements, then the callback function cb will be called for each matching row. The first parameter of the callback is the contents of the row, the second paramater are the headers of the columns associated with the row. Exceptions raised within the callback will abort the execution and escape exec.

val exec_no_headers : db ‑> cb:(row ‑> unit) ‑> string ‑> Rc.t

exec_no_headers db ?cb sql performs SQL-operation sql on database db. If the operation contains query statements, then the callback function cb will be called for each matching row. The parameter of the callback is the contents of the row. Exceptions raised within the callback will abort the execution and escape exec_no_headers.

val exec_not_null : db ‑> cb:(row_not_null ‑> headers ‑> unit) ‑> string ‑> Rc.t

exec_not_null db ~cb sql performs SQL-operation sql on database db. If the operation contains query statements, then the callback function cb will be called for each matching row. The first parameter of the callback is the contents of the row, which must not contain NULL-values, the second paramater are the headers of the columns associated with the row. Exceptions raised within the callback will abort the execution and escape exec_not_null.

val exec_not_null_no_headers : db ‑> cb:(row_not_null ‑> unit) ‑> string ‑> Rc.t

exec_not_null_no_headers db ~cb sql performs SQL-operation sql on database db. If the operation contains query statements, then the callback function cb will be called for each matching row. The parameter of the callback is the contents of the row, which must not contain NULL-values. Exceptions raised within the callback will abort the execution and escape exec_not_null_no_headers.

val changes : db ‑> int

changes db

Fine grained query operations

val prepare : db ‑> string ‑> stmt

prepare db sql compile SQL-statement sql for database db into bytecode. The statement may be only partially compiled. In this case prepare_tail can be called on the returned statement to compile the remaining part of the SQL-statement.

NOTE: this really uses the C-function sqlite3_prepare_v2, i.e. avoids the older, deprecated sqlite3_prepare-function.

val prepare_tail : stmt ‑> stmt option

prepare_tail stmt compile the remaining part of the SQL-statement stmt to bytecode.

val recompile : stmt ‑> unit

recompile stmt recompiles the SQL-statement associated with stmt to bytecode. The statement may be only partially compiled. In this case prepare_tail can be called on the statement to compile the remaining part of the SQL-statement. Call this function if the statement expires due to some schema change.

val step : stmt ‑> Rc.t

step stmt performs one step of the query associated with SQL-statement stmt.

val finalize : stmt ‑> Rc.t

finalize stmt finalizes the statement stmt. After finalization, the only valid usage of the statement is to use it in prepare_tail, or to recompile it.

val reset : stmt ‑> Rc.t

reset stmt resets the statement stmt, e.g. to restart the query, perhaps with different bindings.

val sleep : int ‑> int

sleep ms sleeps at least ms milliseconds.

Data query

val data_count : stmt ‑> int

data_count stmt

val column_count : stmt ‑> int

column_count stmt

val column_blob : stmt ‑> int ‑> string option

column_blob stmt n

val column : stmt ‑> int ‑> Data.t

column stmt n

val column_name : stmt ‑> int ‑> header

column_name stmt n

val column_decltype : stmt ‑> int ‑> string option

column_decltype stmt n

Binding data to the query

val bind : stmt ‑> int ‑> Data.t ‑> Rc.t

bind stmt n data binds the value data to the free variable at position n of statement stmt. NOTE: the first variable has index 1!

val bind_parameter_count : stmt ‑> int

bind_parameter_count stmt

val bind_parameter_name : stmt ‑> int ‑> string option

bind_parameter_name stmt n

val bind_parameter_index : stmt ‑> string ‑> int

bind_parameter_index stmt name

val clear_bindings : stmt ‑> Rc.t

clear_bindings stmt resets all bindings associated with prepared statement stmt.

Stepwise query convenience functions

val row_blobs : stmt ‑> row

row_blobs stmt

val row_data : stmt ‑> Data.t array

row_data stmt

val row_names : stmt ‑> headers

row_names stmt

val row_decltypes : stmt ‑> string option array

row_decltypes stmt

User-defined functions

val create_funN : db ‑> string ‑> (Data.t array ‑> Data.t) ‑> unit

create_funN db name f registers function f under name name with database handle db. The function has arity N.

val create_fun0 : db ‑> string ‑> (unit ‑> Data.t) ‑> unit

create_funN db name f registers function f under name name with database handle db. The function has arity 0.

val create_fun1 : db ‑> string ‑> (Data.t ‑> Data.t) ‑> unit

create_fun1 db name f registers function f under name name with database handle db. The function has arity 1.

val create_fun2 : db ‑> string ‑> (Data.t ‑> Data.t ‑> Data.t) ‑> unit

create_fun2 db name f registers function f under name name with database handle db. The function has arity 2.

val create_fun3 : db ‑> string ‑> (Data.t ‑> Data.t ‑> Data.t ‑> Data.t) ‑> unit

create_fun3 db name f registers function f under name name with database handle db. The function has arity 3.

val delete_function : db ‑> string ‑> unit

delete_function db name deletes function with name name from database handle db.

val busy_timeout : db ‑> int ‑> unit

busy_timeout db ms sets a busy handler that sleeps for a specified amount of time when a table is locked. The handler will sleep multiple times until at least ms milliseconds of sleeping have accumulated.

module Aggregate : sig ... end
module Backup : sig ... end