org.springframework.jdbc.core.namedparam

Class NamedParameterUtils

  • java.lang.Object
    • org.springframework.jdbc.core.namedparam.NamedParameterUtils


  • public abstract class NamedParameterUtils
    extends java.lang.Object
    Helper methods for named parameter parsing.

    Only intended for internal use within Spring's JDBC framework.

    Since:
    2.0
    Author:
    Thomas Risberg, Juergen Hoeller
    • Constructor Detail

      • NamedParameterUtils

        public NamedParameterUtils()
    • Method Detail

      • parseSqlStatement

        public static ParsedSql parseSqlStatement(java.lang.String sql)
        Parse the SQL statement and locate any placeholders or named parameters. Named parameters are substituted for a JDBC placeholder.
        Parameters:
        sql - the SQL statement
        Returns:
        the parsed statement, represented as ParsedSql instance
      • substituteNamedParameters

        public static java.lang.String substituteNamedParameters(ParsedSql parsedSql,
                                                                 @Nullable
                                                                 SqlParameterSource paramSource)
        Parse the SQL statement and locate any placeholders or named parameters. Named parameters are substituted for a JDBC placeholder, and any select list is expanded to the required number of placeholders. Select lists may contain an array of objects, and in that case the placeholders will be grouped and enclosed with parentheses. This allows for the use of "expression lists" in the SQL statement like:

        select id, name, state from table where (name, age) in (('John', 35), ('Ann', 50))

        The parameter values passed in are used to determine the number of placeholders to be used for a select list. Select lists should be limited to 100 or fewer elements. A larger number of elements is not guaranteed to be supported by the database and is strictly vendor-dependent.

        Parameters:
        parsedSql - the parsed representation of the SQL statement
        paramSource - the source for named parameters
        Returns:
        the SQL statement with substituted parameters
        See Also:
        parseSqlStatement(java.lang.String)
      • buildValueArray

        public static java.lang.Object[] buildValueArray(ParsedSql parsedSql,
                                                         SqlParameterSource paramSource,
                                                         @Nullable
                                                         java.util.List<SqlParameter> declaredParams)
        Convert a Map of named parameter values to a corresponding array.
        Parameters:
        parsedSql - the parsed SQL statement
        paramSource - the source for named parameters
        declaredParams - the List of declared SqlParameter objects (may be null). If specified, the parameter metadata will be built into the value array in the form of SqlParameterValue objects.
        Returns:
        the array of values
      • buildSqlTypeArray

        public static int[] buildSqlTypeArray(ParsedSql parsedSql,
                                              SqlParameterSource paramSource)
        Convert parameter types from an SqlParameterSource into a corresponding int array. This is necessary in order to reuse existing methods on JdbcTemplate. Any named parameter types are placed in the correct position in the Object array based on the parsed SQL statement info.
        Parameters:
        parsedSql - the parsed SQL statement
        paramSource - the source for named parameters
      • buildSqlParameterList

        public static java.util.List<SqlParameter> buildSqlParameterList(ParsedSql parsedSql,
                                                                         SqlParameterSource paramSource)
        Convert parameter declarations from an SqlParameterSource to a corresponding List of SqlParameters. This is necessary in order to reuse existing methods on JdbcTemplate. The SqlParameter for a named parameter is placed in the correct position in the resulting list based on the parsed SQL statement info.
        Parameters:
        parsedSql - the parsed SQL statement
        paramSource - the source for named parameters
      • parseSqlStatementIntoString

        public static java.lang.String parseSqlStatementIntoString(java.lang.String sql)
        Parse the SQL statement and locate any placeholders or named parameters. Named parameters are substituted for a JDBC placeholder.

        This is a shortcut version of parseSqlStatement(String) in combination with substituteNamedParameters(ParsedSql, SqlParameterSource).

        Parameters:
        sql - the SQL statement
        Returns:
        the actual (parsed) SQL statement
      • substituteNamedParameters

        public static java.lang.String substituteNamedParameters(java.lang.String sql,
                                                                 SqlParameterSource paramSource)
        Parse the SQL statement and locate any placeholders or named parameters. Named parameters are substituted for a JDBC placeholder and any select list is expanded to the required number of placeholders.

        This is a shortcut version of substituteNamedParameters(ParsedSql, SqlParameterSource).

        Parameters:
        sql - the SQL statement
        paramSource - the source for named parameters
        Returns:
        the SQL statement with substituted parameters
      • buildValueArray

        public static java.lang.Object[] buildValueArray(java.lang.String sql,
                                                         java.util.Map<java.lang.String,?> paramMap)
        Convert a Map of named parameter values to a corresponding array.

        This is a shortcut version of buildValueArray(ParsedSql, SqlParameterSource, java.util.List).

        Parameters:
        sql - the SQL statement
        paramMap - the Map of parameters
        Returns:
        the array of values