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#include "postgres.h"
#include "access/heapam.h"
#include "access/htup_details.h"
#include "catalog/dependency.h"
#include "catalog/indexing.h"
#include "catalog/pg_aggregate.h"
#include "catalog/pg_language.h"
#include "catalog/pg_operator.h"
#include "catalog/pg_proc.h"
#include "catalog/pg_proc_fn.h"
#include "catalog/pg_type.h"
#include "miscadmin.h"
#include "parser/parse_coerce.h"
#include "parser/parse_func.h"
#include "parser/parse_oper.h"
#include "utils/acl.h"
#include "utils/builtins.h"
#include "utils/lsyscache.h"
#include "utils/rel.h"
#include "utils/syscache.h"
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static Oid lookup_agg_function (List *fnName, int nargs, Oid *input_types, Oid *rettype)
Oid AggregateCreate (const char *aggName, Oid aggNamespace, Oid *aggArgTypes, int numArgs, List *aggtransfnName, List *aggfinalfnName, List *aggsortopName, Oid aggTransType, const char *agginitval)

Function Documentation

Oid AggregateCreate ( const char *  aggName,
Oid  aggNamespace,
Oid aggArgTypes,
int  numArgs,
List aggtransfnName,
List aggfinalfnName,
List aggsortopName,
Oid  aggTransType,
const char *  agginitval 

Definition at line 46 of file pg_aggregate.c.

References ACL_USAGE, aclcheck_error_type(), ACLCHECK_OK, AggregateRelationId, Anum_pg_aggregate_aggfinalfn, Anum_pg_aggregate_aggfnoid, Anum_pg_aggregate_agginitval, Anum_pg_aggregate_aggsortop, Anum_pg_aggregate_aggtransfn, Anum_pg_aggregate_aggtranstype, Assert, buildoidvector(), CatalogUpdateIndexes(), ObjectAddress::classId, CStringGetTextDatum, DEPENDENCY_NORMAL, elog, ereport, errcode(), errdetail(), errmsg(), ERROR, format_type_be(), GETSTRUCT, GetUserId(), heap_close, heap_form_tuple(), heap_open(), HeapTupleIsValid, i, INTERNALlanguageId, INTERNALOID, InvalidOid, IsBinaryCoercible(), IsPolymorphicType, lookup_agg_function(), LookupOperName(), NameListToString(), NIL, NULL, ObjectAddress::objectId, ObjectIdGetDatum, ObjectAddress::objectSubId, OidIsValid, palloc(), pg_type_aclcheck(), PointerGetDatum, ProcedureCreate(), PROCOID, PROVOLATILE_IMMUTABLE, RelationData::rd_att, recordDependencyOn(), ReleaseSysCache(), RowExclusiveLock, SearchSysCache1, simple_heap_insert(), and values.

Referenced by DefineAggregate().

    Relation    aggdesc;
    HeapTuple   tup;
    bool        nulls[Natts_pg_aggregate];
    Datum       values[Natts_pg_aggregate];
    Form_pg_proc proc;
    Oid         transfn;
    Oid         finalfn = InvalidOid;   /* can be omitted */
    Oid         sortop = InvalidOid;    /* can be omitted */
    bool        hasPolyArg;
    bool        hasInternalArg;
    Oid         rettype;
    Oid         finaltype;
    Oid        *fnArgs;
    int         nargs_transfn;
    Oid         procOid;
    TupleDesc   tupDesc;
    int         i;
    ObjectAddress myself,
    AclResult   aclresult;

    /* sanity checks (caller should have caught these) */
    if (!aggName)
        elog(ERROR, "no aggregate name supplied");

    if (!aggtransfnName)
        elog(ERROR, "aggregate must have a transition function");

    /* check for polymorphic and INTERNAL arguments */
    hasPolyArg = false;
    hasInternalArg = false;
    for (i = 0; i < numArgs; i++)
        if (IsPolymorphicType(aggArgTypes[i]))
            hasPolyArg = true;
        else if (aggArgTypes[i] == INTERNALOID)
            hasInternalArg = true;

     * If transtype is polymorphic, must have polymorphic argument also; else
     * we will have no way to deduce the actual transtype.
    if (IsPolymorphicType(aggTransType) && !hasPolyArg)
                 errmsg("cannot determine transition data type"),
                 errdetail("An aggregate using a polymorphic transition type must have at least one polymorphic argument.")));

    /* find the transfn */
    nargs_transfn = numArgs + 1;
    fnArgs = (Oid *) palloc(nargs_transfn * sizeof(Oid));
    fnArgs[0] = aggTransType;
    memcpy(fnArgs + 1, aggArgTypes, numArgs * sizeof(Oid));
    transfn = lookup_agg_function(aggtransfnName, nargs_transfn, fnArgs,

     * Return type of transfn (possibly after refinement by
     * enforce_generic_type_consistency, if transtype isn't polymorphic) must
     * exactly match declared transtype.
     * In the non-polymorphic-transtype case, it might be okay to allow a
     * rettype that's binary-coercible to transtype, but I'm not quite
     * convinced that it's either safe or useful.  When transtype is
     * polymorphic we *must* demand exact equality.
    if (rettype != aggTransType)
                 errmsg("return type of transition function %s is not %s",

    tup = SearchSysCache1(PROCOID, ObjectIdGetDatum(transfn));
    if (!HeapTupleIsValid(tup))
        elog(ERROR, "cache lookup failed for function %u", transfn);
    proc = (Form_pg_proc) GETSTRUCT(tup);

     * If the transfn is strict and the initval is NULL, make sure first input
     * type and transtype are the same (or at least binary-compatible), so
     * that it's OK to use the first input value as the initial transValue.
    if (proc->proisstrict && agginitval == NULL)
        if (numArgs < 1 ||
            !IsBinaryCoercible(aggArgTypes[0], aggTransType))
                     errmsg("must not omit initial value when transition function is strict and transition type is not compatible with input type")));

    /* handle finalfn, if supplied */
    if (aggfinalfnName)
        fnArgs[0] = aggTransType;
        finalfn = lookup_agg_function(aggfinalfnName, 1, fnArgs,
         * If no finalfn, aggregate result type is type of the state value
        finaltype = aggTransType;

     * If finaltype (i.e. aggregate return type) is polymorphic, inputs must
     * be polymorphic also, else parser will fail to deduce result type.
     * (Note: given the previous test on transtype and inputs, this cannot
     * happen, unless someone has snuck a finalfn definition into the catalogs
     * that itself violates the rule against polymorphic result with no
     * polymorphic input.)
    if (IsPolymorphicType(finaltype) && !hasPolyArg)
                 errmsg("cannot determine result data type"),
                 errdetail("An aggregate returning a polymorphic type "
                           "must have at least one polymorphic argument.")));

     * Also, the return type can't be INTERNAL unless there's at least one
     * INTERNAL argument.  This is the same type-safety restriction we enforce
     * for regular functions, but at the level of aggregates.  We must test
     * this explicitly because we allow INTERNAL as the transtype.
    if (finaltype == INTERNALOID && !hasInternalArg)
                 errmsg("unsafe use of pseudo-type \"internal\""),
                 errdetail("A function returning \"internal\" must have at least one \"internal\" argument.")));

    /* handle sortop, if supplied */
    if (aggsortopName)
        if (numArgs != 1)
                     errmsg("sort operator can only be specified for single-argument aggregates")));
        sortop = LookupOperName(NULL, aggsortopName,
                                aggArgTypes[0], aggArgTypes[0],
                                false, -1);

     * permission checks on used types
    for (i = 0; i < numArgs; i++)
        aclresult = pg_type_aclcheck(aggArgTypes[i], GetUserId(), ACL_USAGE);
        if (aclresult != ACLCHECK_OK)
            aclcheck_error_type(aclresult, aggArgTypes[i]);

    aclresult = pg_type_aclcheck(aggTransType, GetUserId(), ACL_USAGE);
    if (aclresult != ACLCHECK_OK)
        aclcheck_error_type(aclresult, aggTransType);

    aclresult = pg_type_aclcheck(finaltype, GetUserId(), ACL_USAGE);
    if (aclresult != ACLCHECK_OK)
        aclcheck_error_type(aclresult, finaltype);

     * Everything looks okay.  Try to create the pg_proc entry for the
     * aggregate.  (This could fail if there's already a conflicting entry.)

    procOid = ProcedureCreate(aggName,
                              false,    /* no replacement */
                              false,    /* doesn't return a set */
                              finaltype,        /* returnType */
                              GetUserId(),      /* proowner */
                              INTERNALlanguageId,       /* languageObjectId */
                              InvalidOid,       /* no validator */
                              "aggregate_dummy",        /* placeholder proc */
                              NULL,     /* probin */
                              true,     /* isAgg */
                              false,    /* isWindowFunc */
                              false,    /* security invoker (currently not
                                         * definable for agg) */
                              false,    /* isLeakProof */
                              false,    /* isStrict (not needed for agg) */
                              PROVOLATILE_IMMUTABLE,    /* volatility (not
                                                         * needed for agg) */
                                             numArgs),  /* paramTypes */
                              PointerGetDatum(NULL),    /* allParamTypes */
                              PointerGetDatum(NULL),    /* parameterModes */
                              PointerGetDatum(NULL),    /* parameterNames */
                              NIL,      /* parameterDefaults */
                              PointerGetDatum(NULL),    /* proconfig */
                              1,    /* procost */
                              0);       /* prorows */

     * Okay to create the pg_aggregate entry.

    /* initialize nulls and values */
    for (i = 0; i < Natts_pg_aggregate; i++)
        nulls[i] = false;
        values[i] = (Datum) NULL;
    values[Anum_pg_aggregate_aggfnoid - 1] = ObjectIdGetDatum(procOid);
    values[Anum_pg_aggregate_aggtransfn - 1] = ObjectIdGetDatum(transfn);
    values[Anum_pg_aggregate_aggfinalfn - 1] = ObjectIdGetDatum(finalfn);
    values[Anum_pg_aggregate_aggsortop - 1] = ObjectIdGetDatum(sortop);
    values[Anum_pg_aggregate_aggtranstype - 1] = ObjectIdGetDatum(aggTransType);
    if (agginitval)
        values[Anum_pg_aggregate_agginitval - 1] = CStringGetTextDatum(agginitval);
        nulls[Anum_pg_aggregate_agginitval - 1] = true;

    aggdesc = heap_open(AggregateRelationId, RowExclusiveLock);
    tupDesc = aggdesc->rd_att;

    tup = heap_form_tuple(tupDesc, values, nulls);
    simple_heap_insert(aggdesc, tup);

    CatalogUpdateIndexes(aggdesc, tup);

    heap_close(aggdesc, RowExclusiveLock);

     * Create dependencies for the aggregate (above and beyond those already
     * made by ProcedureCreate).  Note: we don't need an explicit dependency
     * on aggTransType since we depend on it indirectly through transfn.
    myself.classId = ProcedureRelationId;
    myself.objectId = procOid;
    myself.objectSubId = 0;

    /* Depends on transition function */
    referenced.classId = ProcedureRelationId;
    referenced.objectId = transfn;
    referenced.objectSubId = 0;
    recordDependencyOn(&myself, &referenced, DEPENDENCY_NORMAL);

    /* Depends on final function, if any */
    if (OidIsValid(finalfn))
        referenced.classId = ProcedureRelationId;
        referenced.objectId = finalfn;
        referenced.objectSubId = 0;
        recordDependencyOn(&myself, &referenced, DEPENDENCY_NORMAL);

    /* Depends on sort operator, if any */
    if (OidIsValid(sortop))
        referenced.classId = OperatorRelationId;
        referenced.objectId = sortop;
        referenced.objectSubId = 0;
        recordDependencyOn(&myself, &referenced, DEPENDENCY_NORMAL);

    return procOid;

static Oid lookup_agg_function ( List fnName,
int  nargs,
Oid input_types,
Oid rettype 
) [static]

Definition at line 327 of file pg_aggregate.c.

References ACL_EXECUTE, ACL_KIND_PROC, aclcheck_error(), ACLCHECK_OK, enforce_generic_type_consistency(), ereport, errcode(), errmsg(), ERROR, func_get_detail(), func_signature_string(), FUNCDETAIL_NORMAL, get_func_name(), GetUserId(), i, IsBinaryCoercible(), IsPolymorphicType, NIL, NULL, OidIsValid, and pg_proc_aclcheck().

Referenced by AggregateCreate().

    Oid         fnOid;
    bool        retset;
    int         nvargs;
    Oid        *true_oid_array;
    FuncDetailCode fdresult;
    AclResult   aclresult;
    int         i;

     * func_get_detail looks up the function in the catalogs, does
     * disambiguation for polymorphic functions, handles inheritance, and
     * returns the funcid and type and set or singleton status of the
     * function's return value.  it also returns the true argument types to
     * the function.
    fdresult = func_get_detail(fnName, NIL, NIL,
                               nargs, input_types, false, false,
                               &fnOid, rettype, &retset, &nvargs,
                               &true_oid_array, NULL);

    /* only valid case is a normal function not returning a set */
    if (fdresult != FUNCDETAIL_NORMAL || !OidIsValid(fnOid))
                 errmsg("function %s does not exist",
                        func_signature_string(fnName, nargs,
                                              NIL, input_types))));
    if (retset)
                 errmsg("function %s returns a set",
                        func_signature_string(fnName, nargs,
                                              NIL, input_types))));

     * If there are any polymorphic types involved, enforce consistency, and
     * possibly refine the result type.  It's OK if the result is still
     * polymorphic at this point, though.
    *rettype = enforce_generic_type_consistency(input_types,

     * func_get_detail will find functions requiring run-time argument type
     * coercion, but nodeAgg.c isn't prepared to deal with that
    for (i = 0; i < nargs; i++)
        if (!IsPolymorphicType(true_oid_array[i]) &&
            !IsBinaryCoercible(input_types[i], true_oid_array[i]))
                     errmsg("function %s requires run-time type coercion",
                            func_signature_string(fnName, nargs,
                                                  NIL, true_oid_array))));

    /* Check aggregate creator has permission to call the function */
    aclresult = pg_proc_aclcheck(fnOid, GetUserId(), ACL_EXECUTE);
    if (aclresult != ACLCHECK_OK)
        aclcheck_error(aclresult, ACL_KIND_PROC, get_func_name(fnOid));

    return fnOid;