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/*
  Copyright (c) 2000, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

  The MySQL Connector/ODBC is licensed under the terms of the GPLv2
  <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html>, like most
  MySQL Connectors. There are special exceptions to the terms and
  conditions of the GPLv2 as it is applied to this software, see the
  FLOSS License Exception
  <http://www.mysql.com/about/legal/licensing/foss-exception.html>.
  
  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
  by the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
  
  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
  WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
  or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
  for more details.
  
  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
  with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
  51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301  USA
*/

/**
  @file  error.c
  @brief Error handling functions.
*/

#include "driver.h"
#include "mysqld_error.h"
#include "errmsg.h"

/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal error structure
  @purpose : set of internal errors, in the following order
  - SQLSTATE2 (when version is SQL_OV_ODBC2)
  - SQLSTATE3 (when version is SQL_OV_ODBC3)
  - error message text
  - return code
*/

static MYODBC3_ERR_STR myodbc3_errors[]=
{
  {"01000","General warning", SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"01004","String data, right truncated", SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"01S02","Option value changed", SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"01S03","No rows updated/deleted", SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"01S04","More than one row updated/deleted", SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"01S06","Attempt to fetch before the result set returned the first rowset",
    SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO},
  {"07001","SQLBindParameter not used for all parameters", SQL_ERROR},
  {"07005","Prepared statement not a cursor-specification", SQL_ERROR},
  {"07006","Restricted data type attribute violation", SQL_ERROR},
  {"07009","Invalid descriptor index", SQL_ERROR},
  {"08002","Connection name in use", SQL_ERROR},
  {"08003","Connection does not exist", SQL_ERROR},
  {"24000","Invalid cursor state", SQL_ERROR},
  {"25000","Invalid transaction state", SQL_ERROR},
  {"25S01","Transaction state unknown", SQL_ERROR},
  {"34000","Invalid cursor name", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HYT00","Timeout expired", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY000","General driver defined error", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY001","Memory allocation error", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY002","Invalid column number", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY003","Invalid application buffer type", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY004","Invalid SQL data type", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY007","Associated statement is not prepared", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY009","Invalid use of null pointer", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY010","Function sequence error", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY011","Attribute can not be set now", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY012","Invalid transaction operation code", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY013","Memory management error", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY015","No cursor name available", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY016","Cannot modify an implementation row descriptor", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY017","Invalid use of an automatically allocated descriptor handle", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY024","Invalid attribute value", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY090","Invalid string or buffer length", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY091","Invalid descriptor field identifier", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY092","Invalid attribute/option identifier", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY093","Invalid parameter number", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY095","Function type out of range", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY106","Fetch type out of range", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY107","Row value out of range", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HY109","Invalid cursor position", SQL_ERROR},
  {"HYC00","Optional feature not implemented", SQL_ERROR},
  /* server related..*/
  {"21S01","Column count does not match value count", SQL_ERROR},
  {"23000","Integrity constraint violation", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42000","Syntax error or access violation", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42S01","Base table or view already exists ", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42S02","Base table or view not found", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42S12","Index not found", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42S21","Column already exists", SQL_ERROR},
  {"42S22","Column not found", SQL_ERROR},
  {"08S01","Communication link failure", SQL_ERROR},
};


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : If ODBC version is SQL_OV_ODBC2, initialize old SQLSTATEs
*/

void myodbc_sqlstate2_init(void)
{
    /*
      As accessing the SQLSTATE2 is very rare, set this to
      global when required .. one time ..for quick processing
      in set_error/set_conn_error
    */
    uint  i;
    for ( i= MYERR_S1000; i <= MYERR_S1C00; ++i )
    {
        myodbc3_errors[i].sqlstate[0]= 'S';
        myodbc3_errors[i].sqlstate[1]= '1';
    }
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_07005].sqlstate,"24000");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42000].sqlstate,"37000");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S01].sqlstate,"S0001");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S02].sqlstate,"S0002");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S12].sqlstate,"S0012");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S21].sqlstate,"S0021");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S22].sqlstate,"S0022");
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : If ODBC version is SQL_OV_ODBC3, initialize to original SQLSTATEs
*/

void myodbc_sqlstate3_init(void)
{
    uint i;

    for ( i= MYERR_S1000; i <= MYERR_S1C00; ++i )
    {
        myodbc3_errors[i].sqlstate[0]= 'H';
        myodbc3_errors[i].sqlstate[1]= 'Y';
    }
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_07005].sqlstate,"07005");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42000].sqlstate,"42000");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S01].sqlstate,"42S01");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S02].sqlstate,"42S02");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S12].sqlstate,"42S12");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S21].sqlstate,"42S21");
    strmov(myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S22].sqlstate,"42S22");
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : copies error from one handle to other
*/

SQLRETURN copy_stmt_error(STMT FAR *dst,STMT FAR *src)
{
    strmov(dst->error.sqlstate,src->error.sqlstate);
    strmov(dst->error.message, src->error.message);
    dst->error.native_error= src->error.native_error;
    dst->error.retcode= src->error.retcode;
    return(SQL_SUCCESS);
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the connection level errors, which doesn't need any
  conversion
*/

SQLRETURN set_dbc_error(DBC FAR *dbc,char *state,
                        const char *message,uint errcode)
{
    strmov(dbc->error.sqlstate,state);
    strxmov(dbc->error.message,MYODBC3_ERROR_PREFIX,message,NullS);
    dbc->error.native_error= errcode;
    return SQL_ERROR;
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the statement level errors, which doesn't need any
  conversion
*/

SQLRETURN set_stmt_error( STMT FAR *    stmt,
                          char *        state,
                          const char *  message,
                          uint          errcode )
{
    strmov( stmt->error.sqlstate, state );
    strxmov( stmt->error.message, stmt->dbc->st_error_prefix, message, NullS );
    stmt->error.native_error = errcode;

    return SQL_ERROR;
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the descriptor level errors
*/

SQLRETURN set_desc_error(DESC *        desc,
                         char *        state,
                         const char *  message,
                         uint          errcode)
{
  strmov(desc->error.sqlstate, state);
  strxmov(desc->error.message, desc->stmt->dbc->st_error_prefix,
          message, NullS);
  desc->error.native_error = errcode;

  return SQL_ERROR;
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : translates SQL error to ODBC error
*/

void translate_error(char *save_state,myodbc_errid errid,uint mysql_err)
{
    char *state= myodbc3_errors[errid].sqlstate;

    switch ( mysql_err )
    {
        case ER_WRONG_VALUE_COUNT:
            state= "21S01";
            break;
        case ER_DUP_ENTRY:
        case ER_DUP_KEY:
            state= "23000";
            break;
        case ER_NO_DB_ERROR:
            state= "3D000";
            break;
        case ER_PARSE_ERROR:
#ifdef ER_SP_DOES_NOT_EXIST
        case ER_SP_DOES_NOT_EXIST:
#endif
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42000].sqlstate;
            break;
        case ER_TABLE_EXISTS_ERROR:
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S01].sqlstate;
            break;
        case ER_FILE_NOT_FOUND:
        case ER_NO_SUCH_TABLE:
        case ER_CANT_OPEN_FILE:
        case ER_BAD_TABLE_ERROR:
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S02].sqlstate;
            break;
        case ER_NO_SUCH_INDEX:
        case ER_CANT_DROP_FIELD_OR_KEY:
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S12].sqlstate;
            break;
        case ER_DUP_FIELDNAME:
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S21].sqlstate;
            break;
        case ER_BAD_FIELD_ERROR:
            state= myodbc3_errors[MYERR_42S22].sqlstate;
            break;
        case CR_SERVER_HANDSHAKE_ERR:
        case CR_CONNECTION_ERROR:
        case CR_SERVER_GONE_ERROR:
        case CR_SERVER_LOST:
            state= "08S01";
            break;
        default: break;
    }
    strmov(save_state,state);
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : copy error to error structure
*/

static SQLRETURN copy_error(MYERROR *error, myodbc_errid errid,
                            const char *errtext, SQLINTEGER errcode,
                            char *prefix)
{
    SQLRETURN   sqlreturn;
    SQLCHAR     *errmsg;
    SQLINTEGER  code;

    errmsg= (errtext ? (SQLCHAR *)errtext :
             (SQLCHAR *)myodbc3_errors[errid].message);
    code=   errcode ? (myodbc_errid) errcode : errid + MYODBC_ERROR_CODE_START;

    sqlreturn= error->retcode= myodbc3_errors[errid].retcode;  /* RETCODE */
    error->native_error= code;                     /* NATIVE */
    strmov(error->sqlstate, myodbc3_errors[errid].sqlstate);   /* SQLSTATE */
    strxmov(error->message,prefix,errmsg,NullS);           /* MESSAGE */

    return sqlreturn;
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the error information to environment handle.
*/

SQLRETURN set_env_error(ENV *env, myodbc_errid errid, const char *errtext,
                        SQLINTEGER errcode)
{
    return copy_error(&env->error,errid,errtext,errcode,MYODBC3_ERROR_PREFIX);
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the error information to connection handle.
*/

SQLRETURN set_conn_error(DBC *dbc, myodbc_errid errid, const char *errtext,
                         SQLINTEGER errcode)
{
    return copy_error(&dbc->error,errid,errtext,errcode,MYODBC3_ERROR_PREFIX);
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the error information to statement handle.
*/

SQLRETURN set_error(STMT *stmt, myodbc_errid errid, const char *errtext,
                    SQLINTEGER errcode)
{
    return copy_error(&stmt->error,errid,errtext,errcode,
                      stmt->dbc->st_error_prefix);
}


/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets a my_malloc() failure on a MYSQL* connection
*/
void set_mem_error(MYSQL *mysql)
{
  mysql->net.last_errno= CR_OUT_OF_MEMORY;
  strmov(mysql->net.last_error, "Memory allocation failed");
  strmov(mysql->net.sqlstate, "HY001");
}


/**
  Handle a connection-related error.

  @param[in]  stmt  Statement
*/
SQLRETURN handle_connection_error(STMT *stmt)
{
  unsigned int err= mysql_errno(&stmt->dbc->mysql);
  switch (err) {
  case 0:  /* no error */
    return SQL_SUCCESS;
  case CR_SERVER_GONE_ERROR:
  case CR_SERVER_LOST:
    return set_stmt_error(stmt, "08S01", mysql_error(&stmt->dbc->mysql), err);
  case CR_OUT_OF_MEMORY:
    return set_stmt_error(stmt, "HY001", mysql_error(&stmt->dbc->mysql), err);
  case CR_COMMANDS_OUT_OF_SYNC:
  case CR_UNKNOWN_ERROR:
  default:
    return set_stmt_error(stmt, "HY000", mysql_error(&stmt->dbc->mysql), err);
  }
}


/*
  Little helper to check if error code means that we have lost connection
  @param[in]  errcode  code of the last error
*/
my_bool is_connection_lost(uint errcode)
{
  if (errcode==CR_SERVER_GONE_ERROR || errcode==CR_SERVER_LOST)
  {
    return 1;
  }

  return 0;
}

/*
  @type    : myodbc3 internal
  @purpose : sets the error information to appropriate handle.
  it also sets the SQLSTATE based on the ODBC VERSION
*/

SQLRETURN set_handle_error(SQLSMALLINT HandleType, SQLHANDLE handle,
                           myodbc_errid errid, const char *errtext,
                           SQLINTEGER errcode)
{
    switch ( HandleType )
    {
        case SQL_HANDLE_ENV:
            return copy_error(&((ENV *)handle)->error,errid,errtext,
                              errcode,MYODBC3_ERROR_PREFIX);
        case SQL_HANDLE_DBC:
            return copy_error(&((DBC *)handle)->error,errid,errtext,
                              errcode,MYODBC3_ERROR_PREFIX);
        case SQL_HANDLE_STMT:
            return copy_error(&((STMT *)handle)->error,errid,errtext,
                              errcode,((STMT *)handle)->dbc->st_error_prefix);
        case SQL_HANDLE_DESC:
            return copy_error(&((DESC *)handle)->error,errid,errtext,errcode,
                              ((DESC *)handle)->stmt->dbc->st_error_prefix);
        default:
            return SQL_INVALID_HANDLE;
    }
}


/**
*/
SQLRETURN SQL_API
MySQLGetDiagRec(SQLSMALLINT handle_type, SQLHANDLE handle, SQLSMALLINT record,
                SQLCHAR **sqlstate, SQLINTEGER *native, SQLCHAR **message)
{
  MYERROR *error;
  SQLINTEGER tmp_native;

  if (!native)
    native= &tmp_native;

  if (!handle || record <= 0)
    return SQL_ERROR;

  /*
    Currently we are not supporting error list, so
    if RecNumber > 1, return no data found
  */
  if (record > 1)
    return SQL_NO_DATA_FOUND;

  if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
    error= &((STMT *)handle)->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DBC)
    error= &((DBC *)handle)->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_ENV)
    error= &((ENV *)handle)->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DESC)
    error= &((DESC *)handle)->error;
  else
    return SQL_INVALID_HANDLE;

  if (!error->message || !error->message[0])
  {
    *message= (SQLCHAR *)"";
    *sqlstate= (SQLCHAR *)"00000";
    *native= 0;
    return SQL_NO_DATA_FOUND;
  }

  *message= (SQLCHAR *)error->message;
  *sqlstate= (SQLCHAR *)error->sqlstate;
  *native= error->native_error;

  return SQL_SUCCESS;
}


my_bool is_odbc3_subclass(char *sqlstate)
{
  char *states[]= { "01S00", "01S01", "01S02", "01S06", "01S07", "07S01",
    "08S01", "21S01", "21S02", "25S01", "25S02", "25S03", "42S01", "42S02",
    "42S11", "42S12", "42S21", "42S22", "HY095", "HY097", "HY098", "HY099",
    "HY100", "HY101", "HY105", "HY107", "HY109", "HY110", "HY111", "HYT00",
    "HYT01", "IM001", "IM002", "IM003", "IM004", "IM005", "IM006", "IM007",
    "IM008", "IM010", "IM011", "IM012"};
  size_t i;

  if (!sqlstate)
    return FALSE;

  for (i= 0; i < sizeof(states) / sizeof(states[0]); ++i)
    if (memcmp(states[i], sqlstate, 5) == 0)
      return TRUE;

  return FALSE;
}


/*
  @type    : ODBC 3.0 API
  @purpose : returns the current value of a field of a record of the
  diagnostic data structure (associated with a specified handle)
  that contains error, warning, and status information
*/
SQLRETURN SQL_API
MySQLGetDiagField(SQLSMALLINT handle_type, SQLHANDLE handle, SQLSMALLINT record,
                  SQLSMALLINT identifier, SQLCHAR **char_value,
                  SQLPOINTER num_value)
{
  SQLLEN num;

  /* Handle may not be these types, but this saves lots of casts below. */
  STMT *stmt= (STMT *)handle;
  DBC *dbc= (DBC *)handle;
  DESC *desc= (DESC *)handle;
  MYERROR *error;

  if (!num_value)
    num_value= &num;

  if (!handle)
    return SQL_ERROR;

  if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DESC)
    error= &desc->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
    error= &stmt->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DBC)
    error= &dbc->error;
  else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_ENV)
    error= &((ENV *)handle)->error;
  else
    return SQL_ERROR;

  if (record > 1)
    return SQL_NO_DATA_FOUND;

  switch (identifier)
  {
  /*  Header fields */
  case SQL_DIAG_CURSOR_ROW_COUNT:
    if (handle_type != SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    if (!stmt->result)
      *(SQLLEN *)num_value= 0;
    else
      *(SQLLEN *)num_value= (SQLLEN) mysql_num_rows(stmt->result);
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_DYNAMIC_FUNCTION:
    if (handle_type != SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"";
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_DYNAMIC_FUNCTION_CODE:
    if (handle_type != SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *(SQLINTEGER *)num_value= 0;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_NUMBER:
    *(SQLINTEGER *)num_value= 1;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_RETURNCODE:
    *(SQLRETURN *)num_value= error->retcode;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_ROW_COUNT:
    if (handle_type != SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    if (!stmt->result)
      *(SQLLEN *)num_value= 0;
    else
      *(SQLLEN *)num_value= (SQLLEN)stmt->affected_rows;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  /* Record fields */
  case SQL_DIAG_CLASS_ORIGIN:
    {
      char *sqlstate;
      if (record <= 0)
        return SQL_ERROR;
      sqlstate= error->sqlstate;

      if (sqlstate && sqlstate[0] == 'I' && sqlstate[1] == 'M')
        *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"ODBC 3.0";
      else
        *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"ISO 9075";
    }
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_COLUMN_NUMBER:
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *(SQLINTEGER *)num_value= SQL_COLUMN_NUMBER_UNKNOWN;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_CONNECTION_NAME:
  {
    DataSource *ds;
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;

    if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DESC)
      ds= desc->stmt->dbc->ds;
    else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      ds= stmt->dbc->ds;
    else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DBC)
      ds= dbc->ds;
    else
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"";
    
    if (ds)
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)ds->name8;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;
  }

  case SQL_DIAG_MESSAGE_TEXT:
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)error->message;
    if (!*char_value)
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"";
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_NATIVE:
    *(SQLINTEGER *)num_value= error->native_error;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_ROW_NUMBER:
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *(SQLLEN *)num_value= SQL_ROW_NUMBER_UNKNOWN;
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_SERVER_NAME:
  {
    DataSource *ds;
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DESC)
      ds= desc->stmt->dbc->ds;
    else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_STMT)
      ds= stmt->dbc->ds;
    else if (handle_type == SQL_HANDLE_DBC)
      ds= dbc->ds;
    else
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"";

    if (ds)
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)ds->server8;
    
    return SQL_SUCCESS;
  }

  case SQL_DIAG_SQLSTATE:
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)error->sqlstate;
    if (!*char_value)
      *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"";
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  case SQL_DIAG_SUBCLASS_ORIGIN:
    if (record <= 0)
      return SQL_ERROR;
    {
      char *sqlstate;
      if (record <= 0)
        return SQL_ERROR;
      sqlstate= error->sqlstate;

      if (is_odbc3_subclass(sqlstate))
        *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"ODBC 3.0";
      else
        *char_value= (SQLCHAR *)"ISO 9075";
    }
    return SQL_SUCCESS;

  default:
    return SQL_ERROR;
  }
}