ql2

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Published: Sep 25, 2016 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 3 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package ql2 is a generated protocol buffer package.

It is generated from these files:

ql2.proto

It has these top-level messages:

VersionDummy
Query
Frame
Backtrace
Response
Datum
Term

Index

Constants

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const Default_Query_AcceptsRJson bool = false
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const Default_Query_OBSOLETENoreply bool = false

Variables

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var Datum_DatumType_name = map[int32]string{
	1: "R_NULL",
	2: "R_BOOL",
	3: "R_NUM",
	4: "R_STR",
	5: "R_ARRAY",
	6: "R_OBJECT",
	7: "R_JSON",
}
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var Datum_DatumType_value = map[string]int32{
	"R_NULL":   1,
	"R_BOOL":   2,
	"R_NUM":    3,
	"R_STR":    4,
	"R_ARRAY":  5,
	"R_OBJECT": 6,
	"R_JSON":   7,
}
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var Frame_FrameType_name = map[int32]string{
	1: "POS",
	2: "OPT",
}
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var Frame_FrameType_value = map[string]int32{
	"POS": 1,
	"OPT": 2,
}
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var Query_QueryType_name = map[int32]string{
	1: "START",
	2: "CONTINUE",
	3: "STOP",
	4: "NOREPLY_WAIT",
	5: "SERVER_INFO",
}
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var Query_QueryType_value = map[string]int32{
	"START":        1,
	"CONTINUE":     2,
	"STOP":         3,
	"NOREPLY_WAIT": 4,
	"SERVER_INFO":  5,
}
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var Response_ErrorType_name = map[int32]string{
	1000000: "INTERNAL",
	2000000: "RESOURCE_LIMIT",
	3000000: "QUERY_LOGIC",
	3100000: "NON_EXISTENCE",
	4100000: "OP_FAILED",
	4200000: "OP_INDETERMINATE",
	5000000: "USER",
	6000000: "PERMISSION_ERROR",
}
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var Response_ErrorType_value = map[string]int32{
	"INTERNAL":         1000000,
	"RESOURCE_LIMIT":   2000000,
	"QUERY_LOGIC":      3000000,
	"NON_EXISTENCE":    3100000,
	"OP_FAILED":        4100000,
	"OP_INDETERMINATE": 4200000,
	"USER":             5000000,
	"PERMISSION_ERROR": 6000000,
}
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var Response_ResponseNote_name = map[int32]string{
	1: "SEQUENCE_FEED",
	2: "ATOM_FEED",
	3: "ORDER_BY_LIMIT_FEED",
	4: "UNIONED_FEED",
	5: "INCLUDES_STATES",
}
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var Response_ResponseNote_value = map[string]int32{
	"SEQUENCE_FEED":       1,
	"ATOM_FEED":           2,
	"ORDER_BY_LIMIT_FEED": 3,
	"UNIONED_FEED":        4,
	"INCLUDES_STATES":     5,
}
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var Response_ResponseType_name = map[int32]string{
	1:  "SUCCESS_ATOM",
	2:  "SUCCESS_SEQUENCE",
	3:  "SUCCESS_PARTIAL",
	4:  "WAIT_COMPLETE",
	5:  "SERVER_INFO",
	16: "CLIENT_ERROR",
	17: "COMPILE_ERROR",
	18: "RUNTIME_ERROR",
}
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var Response_ResponseType_value = map[string]int32{
	"SUCCESS_ATOM":     1,
	"SUCCESS_SEQUENCE": 2,
	"SUCCESS_PARTIAL":  3,
	"WAIT_COMPLETE":    4,
	"SERVER_INFO":      5,
	"CLIENT_ERROR":     16,
	"COMPILE_ERROR":    17,
	"RUNTIME_ERROR":    18,
}
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var Term_TermType_name = map[int32]string{}/* 178 elements not displayed */
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var Term_TermType_value = map[string]int32{}/* 178 elements not displayed */
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var VersionDummy_Protocol_name = map[int32]string{
	656407617:  "PROTOBUF",
	2120839367: "JSON",
}
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var VersionDummy_Protocol_value = map[string]int32{
	"PROTOBUF": 656407617,
	"JSON":     2120839367,
}
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var VersionDummy_Version_name = map[int32]string{
	1063369270: "V0_1",
	1915781601: "V0_2",
	1601562686: "V0_3",
	1074539808: "V0_4",
	885177795:  "V1_0",
}
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var VersionDummy_Version_value = map[string]int32{
	"V0_1": 1063369270,
	"V0_2": 1915781601,
	"V0_3": 1601562686,
	"V0_4": 1074539808,
	"V1_0": 885177795,
}

Functions

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Types

type Backtrace

type Backtrace struct {
	Frames           []*Frame `protobuf:"bytes,1,rep,name=frames" json:"frames,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte   `json:"-"`
}

func (*Backtrace) GetFrames

func (m *Backtrace) GetFrames() []*Frame

func (*Backtrace) ProtoMessage

func (*Backtrace) ProtoMessage()

func (*Backtrace) Reset

func (m *Backtrace) Reset()

func (*Backtrace) String

func (m *Backtrace) String() string

type Datum

type Datum struct {
	Type             *Datum_DatumType   `protobuf:"varint,1,opt,name=type,enum=Datum_DatumType" json:"type,omitempty"`
	RBool            *bool              `protobuf:"varint,2,opt,name=r_bool" json:"r_bool,omitempty"`
	RNum             *float64           `protobuf:"fixed64,3,opt,name=r_num" json:"r_num,omitempty"`
	RStr             *string            `protobuf:"bytes,4,opt,name=r_str" json:"r_str,omitempty"`
	RArray           []*Datum           `protobuf:"bytes,5,rep,name=r_array" json:"r_array,omitempty"`
	RObject          []*Datum_AssocPair `protobuf:"bytes,6,rep,name=r_object" json:"r_object,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte             `json:"-"`
}

A [Datum] is a chunk of data that can be serialized to disk or returned to the user in a Response. Currently we only support JSON types, but we may support other types in the future (e.g., a date type or an integer type).

func (*Datum) GetRArray

func (m *Datum) GetRArray() []*Datum

func (*Datum) GetRBool

func (m *Datum) GetRBool() bool

func (*Datum) GetRNum

func (m *Datum) GetRNum() float64

func (*Datum) GetRObject

func (m *Datum) GetRObject() []*Datum_AssocPair

func (*Datum) GetRStr

func (m *Datum) GetRStr() string

func (*Datum) GetType

func (m *Datum) GetType() Datum_DatumType

func (*Datum) ProtoMessage

func (*Datum) ProtoMessage()

func (*Datum) Reset

func (m *Datum) Reset()

func (*Datum) String

func (m *Datum) String() string

type Datum_AssocPair

type Datum_AssocPair struct {
	Key              *string `protobuf:"bytes,1,opt,name=key" json:"key,omitempty"`
	Val              *Datum  `protobuf:"bytes,2,opt,name=val" json:"val,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte  `json:"-"`
}

func (*Datum_AssocPair) GetKey

func (m *Datum_AssocPair) GetKey() string

func (*Datum_AssocPair) GetVal

func (m *Datum_AssocPair) GetVal() *Datum

func (*Datum_AssocPair) ProtoMessage

func (*Datum_AssocPair) ProtoMessage()

func (*Datum_AssocPair) Reset

func (m *Datum_AssocPair) Reset()

func (*Datum_AssocPair) String

func (m *Datum_AssocPair) String() string

type Datum_DatumType

type Datum_DatumType int32
const (
	Datum_R_NULL   Datum_DatumType = 1
	Datum_R_BOOL   Datum_DatumType = 2
	Datum_R_NUM    Datum_DatumType = 3
	Datum_R_STR    Datum_DatumType = 4
	Datum_R_ARRAY  Datum_DatumType = 5
	Datum_R_OBJECT Datum_DatumType = 6
	// This [DatumType] will only be used if [accepts_r_json] is
	// set to [true] in [Query].  [r_str] will be filled with a
	// JSON encoding of the [Datum].
	Datum_R_JSON Datum_DatumType = 7
)

func (Datum_DatumType) Enum

func (x Datum_DatumType) Enum() *Datum_DatumType

func (Datum_DatumType) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x Datum_DatumType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Datum_DatumType) String

func (x Datum_DatumType) String() string

func (*Datum_DatumType) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *Datum_DatumType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Frame

type Frame struct {
	Type             *Frame_FrameType `protobuf:"varint,1,opt,name=type,enum=Frame_FrameType" json:"type,omitempty"`
	Pos              *int64           `protobuf:"varint,2,opt,name=pos" json:"pos,omitempty"`
	Opt              *string          `protobuf:"bytes,3,opt,name=opt" json:"opt,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte           `json:"-"`
}

A backtrace frame (see `backtrace` in Response below)

func (*Frame) GetOpt

func (m *Frame) GetOpt() string

func (*Frame) GetPos

func (m *Frame) GetPos() int64

func (*Frame) GetType

func (m *Frame) GetType() Frame_FrameType

func (*Frame) ProtoMessage

func (*Frame) ProtoMessage()

func (*Frame) Reset

func (m *Frame) Reset()

func (*Frame) String

func (m *Frame) String() string

type Frame_FrameType

type Frame_FrameType int32
const (
	Frame_POS Frame_FrameType = 1
	Frame_OPT Frame_FrameType = 2
)

func (Frame_FrameType) Enum

func (x Frame_FrameType) Enum() *Frame_FrameType

func (Frame_FrameType) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x Frame_FrameType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Frame_FrameType) String

func (x Frame_FrameType) String() string

func (*Frame_FrameType) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *Frame_FrameType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Query

type Query struct {
	Type *Query_QueryType `protobuf:"varint,1,opt,name=type,enum=Query_QueryType" json:"type,omitempty"`
	// A [Term] is how we represent the operations we want a query to perform.
	Query *Term  `protobuf:"bytes,2,opt,name=query" json:"query,omitempty"`
	Token *int64 `protobuf:"varint,3,opt,name=token" json:"token,omitempty"`
	// This flag is ignored on the server.  `noreply` should be added
	// to `global_optargs` instead (the key "noreply" should map to
	// either true or false).
	OBSOLETENoreply *bool `protobuf:"varint,4,opt,name=OBSOLETE_noreply,def=0" json:"OBSOLETE_noreply,omitempty"`
	// If this is set to [true], then [Datum] values will sometimes be
	// of [DatumType] [R_JSON] (see below).  This can provide enormous
	// speedups in languages with poor protobuf libraries.
	AcceptsRJson     *bool              `protobuf:"varint,5,opt,name=accepts_r_json,def=0" json:"accepts_r_json,omitempty"`
	GlobalOptargs    []*Query_AssocPair `protobuf:"bytes,6,rep,name=global_optargs" json:"global_optargs,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte             `json:"-"`
}

You send one of: * A [START] query with a [Term] to evaluate and a unique-per-connection token. * A [CONTINUE] query with the same token as a [START] query that returned

[SUCCESS_PARTIAL] in its [Response].

* A [STOP] query with the same token as a [START] query that you want to stop. * A [NOREPLY_WAIT] query with a unique per-connection token. The server answers

with a [WAIT_COMPLETE] [Response].

* A [SERVER_INFO] query. The server answers with a [SERVER_INFO] [Response].

func (*Query) GetAcceptsRJson

func (m *Query) GetAcceptsRJson() bool

func (*Query) GetGlobalOptargs

func (m *Query) GetGlobalOptargs() []*Query_AssocPair

func (*Query) GetOBSOLETENoreply

func (m *Query) GetOBSOLETENoreply() bool

func (*Query) GetQuery

func (m *Query) GetQuery() *Term

func (*Query) GetToken

func (m *Query) GetToken() int64

func (*Query) GetType

func (m *Query) GetType() Query_QueryType

func (*Query) ProtoMessage

func (*Query) ProtoMessage()

func (*Query) Reset

func (m *Query) Reset()

func (*Query) String

func (m *Query) String() string

type Query_AssocPair

type Query_AssocPair struct {
	Key              *string `protobuf:"bytes,1,opt,name=key" json:"key,omitempty"`
	Val              *Term   `protobuf:"bytes,2,opt,name=val" json:"val,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte  `json:"-"`
}

func (*Query_AssocPair) GetKey

func (m *Query_AssocPair) GetKey() string

func (*Query_AssocPair) GetVal

func (m *Query_AssocPair) GetVal() *Term

func (*Query_AssocPair) ProtoMessage

func (*Query_AssocPair) ProtoMessage()

func (*Query_AssocPair) Reset

func (m *Query_AssocPair) Reset()

func (*Query_AssocPair) String

func (m *Query_AssocPair) String() string

type Query_QueryType

type Query_QueryType int32
const (
	Query_START    Query_QueryType = 1
	Query_CONTINUE Query_QueryType = 2
	// (see [Response]).
	Query_STOP         Query_QueryType = 3
	Query_NOREPLY_WAIT Query_QueryType = 4
	Query_SERVER_INFO  Query_QueryType = 5
)

func (Query_QueryType) Enum

func (x Query_QueryType) Enum() *Query_QueryType

func (Query_QueryType) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x Query_QueryType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Query_QueryType) String

func (x Query_QueryType) String() string

func (*Query_QueryType) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *Query_QueryType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Response

type Response struct {
	Type      *Response_ResponseType  `protobuf:"varint,1,opt,name=type,enum=Response_ResponseType" json:"type,omitempty"`
	ErrorType *Response_ErrorType     `protobuf:"varint,7,opt,name=error_type,enum=Response_ErrorType" json:"error_type,omitempty"`
	Notes     []Response_ResponseNote `protobuf:"varint,6,rep,name=notes,enum=Response_ResponseNote" json:"notes,omitempty"`
	Token     *int64                  `protobuf:"varint,2,opt,name=token" json:"token,omitempty"`
	// [response] contains 1 RQL datum if [type] is [SUCCESS_ATOM] or
	// [SERVER_INFO].  [response] contains many RQL data if [type] is
	// [SUCCESS_SEQUENCE] or [SUCCESS_PARTIAL].  [response] contains 1
	// error message (of type [R_STR]) in all other cases.
	Response []*Datum `protobuf:"bytes,3,rep,name=response" json:"response,omitempty"`
	// If [type] is [CLIENT_ERROR], [TYPE_ERROR], or [RUNTIME_ERROR], then a
	// backtrace will be provided.  The backtrace says where in the query the
	// error occurred.  Ideally this information will be presented to the user as
	// a pretty-printed version of their query with the erroneous section
	// underlined.  A backtrace is a series of 0 or more [Frame]s, each of which
	// specifies either the index of a positional argument or the name of an
	// optional argument.  (Those words will make more sense if you look at the
	// [Term] message below.)
	Backtrace *Backtrace `protobuf:"bytes,4,opt,name=backtrace" json:"backtrace,omitempty"`
	// If the [global_optargs] in the [Query] that this [Response] is a
	// response to contains a key "profile" which maps to a static value of
	// true then [profile] will contain a [Datum] which provides profiling
	// information about the execution of the query. This field should be
	// returned to the user along with the result that would normally be
	// returned (a datum or a cursor). In official drivers this is accomplished
	// by putting them inside of an object with "value" mapping to the return
	// value and "profile" mapping to the profile object.
	Profile          *Datum `protobuf:"bytes,5,opt,name=profile" json:"profile,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte `json:"-"`
}

You get back a response with the same [token] as your query.

func (*Response) GetBacktrace

func (m *Response) GetBacktrace() *Backtrace

func (*Response) GetErrorType added in v1.1.0

func (m *Response) GetErrorType() Response_ErrorType

func (*Response) GetNotes added in v0.7.0

func (m *Response) GetNotes() []Response_ResponseNote

func (*Response) GetProfile

func (m *Response) GetProfile() *Datum

func (*Response) GetResponse

func (m *Response) GetResponse() []*Datum

func (*Response) GetToken

func (m *Response) GetToken() int64

func (*Response) GetType

func (m *Response) GetType() Response_ResponseType

func (*Response) ProtoMessage

func (*Response) ProtoMessage()

func (*Response) Reset

func (m *Response) Reset()

func (*Response) String

func (m *Response) String() string

type Response_ErrorType added in v1.1.0

type Response_ErrorType int32

If `ResponseType` is `RUNTIME_ERROR`, this may be filled in with more information about the error.

const (
	Response_INTERNAL         Response_ErrorType = 1000000
	Response_RESOURCE_LIMIT   Response_ErrorType = 2000000
	Response_QUERY_LOGIC      Response_ErrorType = 3000000
	Response_NON_EXISTENCE    Response_ErrorType = 3100000
	Response_OP_FAILED        Response_ErrorType = 4100000
	Response_OP_INDETERMINATE Response_ErrorType = 4200000
	Response_USER             Response_ErrorType = 5000000
	Response_PERMISSION_ERROR Response_ErrorType = 6000000
)

func (Response_ErrorType) Enum added in v1.1.0

func (Response_ErrorType) MarshalJSON added in v1.1.0

func (x Response_ErrorType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Response_ErrorType) String added in v1.1.0

func (x Response_ErrorType) String() string

func (*Response_ErrorType) UnmarshalJSON added in v1.1.0

func (x *Response_ErrorType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Response_ResponseNote added in v0.7.0

type Response_ResponseNote int32

ResponseNotes are used to provide information about the query response that may be useful for people writing drivers or ORMs. Currently all the notes we send indicate that a stream has certain special properties.

const (
	// The stream is a changefeed stream (e.g. `r.table('test').changes()`).
	Response_SEQUENCE_FEED Response_ResponseNote = 1
	// The stream is a point changefeed stream
	// (e.g. `r.table('test').get(0).changes()`).
	Response_ATOM_FEED Response_ResponseNote = 2
	// The stream is an order_by_limit changefeed stream
	// (e.g. `r.table('test').order_by(index: 'id').limit(5).changes()`).
	Response_ORDER_BY_LIMIT_FEED Response_ResponseNote = 3
	// The stream is a union of multiple changefeed types that can't be
	// collapsed to a single type
	// (e.g. `r.table('test').changes().union(r.table('test').get(0).changes())`).
	Response_UNIONED_FEED Response_ResponseNote = 4
	// The stream is a changefeed stream and includes notes on what state
	// the changefeed stream is in (e.g. objects of the form `{state:
	// 'initializing'}`).
	Response_INCLUDES_STATES Response_ResponseNote = 5
)

func (Response_ResponseNote) Enum added in v0.7.0

func (Response_ResponseNote) MarshalJSON added in v0.7.0

func (x Response_ResponseNote) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Response_ResponseNote) String added in v0.7.0

func (x Response_ResponseNote) String() string

func (*Response_ResponseNote) UnmarshalJSON added in v0.7.0

func (x *Response_ResponseNote) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Response_ResponseType

type Response_ResponseType int32
const (
	// These response types indicate success.
	Response_SUCCESS_ATOM     Response_ResponseType = 1
	Response_SUCCESS_SEQUENCE Response_ResponseType = 2
	Response_SUCCESS_PARTIAL  Response_ResponseType = 3
	// datatypes.  If you send a [CONTINUE] query with
	// the same token as this response, you will get
	// more of the sequence.  Keep sending [CONTINUE]
	// queries until you get back [SUCCESS_SEQUENCE].
	Response_WAIT_COMPLETE Response_ResponseType = 4
	Response_SERVER_INFO   Response_ResponseType = 5
	// These response types indicate failure.
	Response_CLIENT_ERROR Response_ResponseType = 16
	// client sends a malformed protobuf, or tries to
	// send [CONTINUE] for an unknown token.
	Response_COMPILE_ERROR Response_ResponseType = 17
	// checking.  For example, if you pass too many
	// arguments to a function.
	Response_RUNTIME_ERROR Response_ResponseType = 18
)

func (Response_ResponseType) Enum

func (Response_ResponseType) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x Response_ResponseType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Response_ResponseType) String

func (x Response_ResponseType) String() string

func (*Response_ResponseType) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *Response_ResponseType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type Term

type Term struct {
	Type *Term_TermType `protobuf:"varint,1,opt,name=type,enum=Term_TermType" json:"type,omitempty"`
	// This is only used when type is DATUM.
	Datum            *Datum            `protobuf:"bytes,2,opt,name=datum" json:"datum,omitempty"`
	Args             []*Term           `protobuf:"bytes,3,rep,name=args" json:"args,omitempty"`
	Optargs          []*Term_AssocPair `protobuf:"bytes,4,rep,name=optargs" json:"optargs,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte            `json:"-"`
}

A [Term] is either a piece of data (see **Datum** above), or an operator and its operands. If you have a [Datum], it's stored in the member [datum]. If you have an operator, its positional arguments are stored in [args] and its optional arguments are stored in [optargs].

A note about type signatures: We use the following notation to denote types:

arg1_type, arg2_type, argrest_type... -> result_type

So, for example, if we have a function `avg` that takes any number of arguments and averages them, we might write:

NUMBER... -> NUMBER

Or if we had a function that took one number modulo another:

NUMBER, NUMBER -> NUMBER

Or a function that takes a table and a primary key of any Datum type, then retrieves the entry with that primary key:

Table, DATUM -> OBJECT

Some arguments must be provided as literal values (and not the results of sub terms). These are marked with a `!`. Optional arguments are specified within curly braces as argname `:` value type (e.x `{noreply:BOOL}`) Many RQL operations are polymorphic. For these, alterantive type signatures are separated by `|`.

The RQL type hierarchy is as follows:

Top
  DATUM
    NULL
    BOOL
    NUMBER
    STRING
    OBJECT
      SingleSelection
    ARRAY
  Sequence
    ARRAY
    Stream
      StreamSelection
        Table
  Database
  Function
  Ordering - used only by ORDER_BY
  Pathspec -- an object, string, or array that specifies a path
Error

func (*Term) GetArgs

func (m *Term) GetArgs() []*Term

func (*Term) GetDatum

func (m *Term) GetDatum() *Datum

func (*Term) GetOptargs

func (m *Term) GetOptargs() []*Term_AssocPair

func (*Term) GetType

func (m *Term) GetType() Term_TermType

func (*Term) ProtoMessage

func (*Term) ProtoMessage()

func (*Term) Reset

func (m *Term) Reset()

func (*Term) String

func (m *Term) String() string

type Term_AssocPair

type Term_AssocPair struct {
	Key              *string `protobuf:"bytes,1,opt,name=key" json:"key,omitempty"`
	Val              *Term   `protobuf:"bytes,2,opt,name=val" json:"val,omitempty"`
	XXX_unrecognized []byte  `json:"-"`
}

func (*Term_AssocPair) GetKey

func (m *Term_AssocPair) GetKey() string

func (*Term_AssocPair) GetVal

func (m *Term_AssocPair) GetVal() *Term

func (*Term_AssocPair) ProtoMessage

func (*Term_AssocPair) ProtoMessage()

func (*Term_AssocPair) Reset

func (m *Term_AssocPair) Reset()

func (*Term_AssocPair) String

func (m *Term_AssocPair) String() string

type Term_TermType

type Term_TermType int32
const (
	// A RQL datum, stored in `datum` below.
	Term_DATUM      Term_TermType = 1
	Term_MAKE_ARRAY Term_TermType = 2
	// Evaluate the terms in [optargs] and make an object
	Term_MAKE_OBJ Term_TermType = 3
	// Takes an integer representing a variable and returns the value stored
	// in that variable.  It's the responsibility of the client to translate
	// from their local representation of a variable to a unique _non-negative_
	// integer for that variable.  (We do it this way instead of letting
	// clients provide variable names as strings to discourage
	// variable-capturing client libraries, and because it's more efficient
	// on the wire.)
	Term_VAR Term_TermType = 10
	// Takes some javascript code and executes it.
	Term_JAVASCRIPT Term_TermType = 11
	// STRING {timeout: !NUMBER} -> Function(*)
	Term_UUID Term_TermType = 169
	// Takes an HTTP URL and gets it.  If the get succeeds and
	//  returns valid JSON, it is converted into a DATUM
	Term_HTTP Term_TermType = 153
	// Takes a string and throws an error with that message.
	// Inside of a `default` block, you can omit the first
	// argument to rethrow whatever error you catch (this is most
	// useful as an argument to the `default` filter optarg).
	Term_ERROR Term_TermType = 12
	// Takes nothing and returns a reference to the implicit variable.
	Term_IMPLICIT_VAR Term_TermType = 13
	// * Data Operators
	// Returns a reference to a database.
	Term_DB Term_TermType = 14
	// Returns a reference to a table.
	Term_TABLE Term_TermType = 15
	// STRING, {read_mode:STRING, identifier_format:STRING} -> Table
	// Gets a single element from a table by its primary or a secondary key.
	Term_GET Term_TermType = 16
	// Table, STRING -> NULL            | Table, NUMBER -> NULL |
	Term_GET_ALL Term_TermType = 78
	// Simple DATUM Ops
	Term_EQ  Term_TermType = 17
	Term_NE  Term_TermType = 18
	Term_LT  Term_TermType = 19
	Term_LE  Term_TermType = 20
	Term_GT  Term_TermType = 21
	Term_GE  Term_TermType = 22
	Term_NOT Term_TermType = 23
	// ADD can either add two numbers or concatenate two arrays.
	Term_ADD   Term_TermType = 24
	Term_SUB   Term_TermType = 25
	Term_MUL   Term_TermType = 26
	Term_DIV   Term_TermType = 27
	Term_MOD   Term_TermType = 28
	Term_FLOOR Term_TermType = 183
	Term_CEIL  Term_TermType = 184
	Term_ROUND Term_TermType = 185
	// DATUM Array Ops
	// Append a single element to the end of an array (like `snoc`).
	Term_APPEND Term_TermType = 29
	// Prepend a single element to the end of an array (like `cons`).
	Term_PREPEND Term_TermType = 80
	// Remove the elements of one array from another array.
	Term_DIFFERENCE Term_TermType = 95
	// DATUM Set Ops
	// Set ops work on arrays. They don't use actual sets and thus have
	// performance characteristics you would expect from arrays rather than
	// from sets. All set operations have the post condition that they
	// array they return contains no duplicate values.
	Term_SET_INSERT       Term_TermType = 88
	Term_SET_INTERSECTION Term_TermType = 89
	Term_SET_UNION        Term_TermType = 90
	Term_SET_DIFFERENCE   Term_TermType = 91
	Term_SLICE            Term_TermType = 30
	Term_SKIP             Term_TermType = 70
	Term_LIMIT            Term_TermType = 71
	Term_OFFSETS_OF       Term_TermType = 87
	Term_CONTAINS         Term_TermType = 93
	// Stream/Object Ops
	// Get a particular field from an object, or map that over a
	// sequence.
	Term_GET_FIELD Term_TermType = 31
	// | Sequence, STRING -> Sequence
	// Return an array containing the keys of the object.
	Term_KEYS Term_TermType = 94
	// Return an array containing the values of the object.
	Term_VALUES Term_TermType = 186
	// Creates an object
	Term_OBJECT Term_TermType = 143
	// Check whether an object contains all the specified fields,
	// or filters a sequence so that all objects inside of it
	// contain all the specified fields.
	Term_HAS_FIELDS Term_TermType = 32
	// x.with_fields(...) <=> x.has_fields(...).pluck(...)
	Term_WITH_FIELDS Term_TermType = 96
	// Get a subset of an object by selecting some attributes to preserve,
	// or map that over a sequence.  (Both pick and pluck, polymorphic.)
	Term_PLUCK Term_TermType = 33
	// Get a subset of an object by selecting some attributes to discard, or
	// map that over a sequence.  (Both unpick and without, polymorphic.)
	Term_WITHOUT Term_TermType = 34
	// Merge objects (right-preferential)
	Term_MERGE Term_TermType = 35
	// Sequence Ops
	// Get all elements of a sequence between two values.
	// Half-open by default, but the openness of either side can be
	// changed by passing 'closed' or 'open for `right_bound` or
	// `left_bound`.
	Term_BETWEEN_DEPRECATED Term_TermType = 36
	// With the newer version, clients should use `r.minval` and `r.maxval` for unboundedness
	Term_BETWEEN Term_TermType = 182
	Term_REDUCE  Term_TermType = 37
	Term_MAP     Term_TermType = 38
	Term_FOLD    Term_TermType = 187
	// Filter a sequence with either a function or a shortcut
	// object (see API docs for details).  The body of FILTER is
	// wrapped in an implicit `.default(false)`, and you can
	// change the default value by specifying the `default`
	// optarg.  If you make the default `r.error`, all errors
	// caught by `default` will be rethrown as if the `default`
	// did not exist.
	Term_FILTER Term_TermType = 39
	// Sequence, OBJECT, {default:DATUM} -> Sequence
	// Map a function over a sequence and then concatenate the results together.
	Term_CONCAT_MAP Term_TermType = 40
	// Order a sequence based on one or more attributes.
	Term_ORDER_BY Term_TermType = 41
	// Get all distinct elements of a sequence (like `uniq`).
	Term_DISTINCT Term_TermType = 42
	// Count the number of elements in a sequence, or only the elements that match
	// a given filter.
	Term_COUNT    Term_TermType = 43
	Term_IS_EMPTY Term_TermType = 86
	// Take the union of multiple sequences (preserves duplicate elements! (use distinct)).
	Term_UNION Term_TermType = 44
	// Get the Nth element of a sequence.
	Term_NTH Term_TermType = 45
	// do NTH or GET_FIELD depending on target object
	Term_BRACKET    Term_TermType = 170
	Term_INNER_JOIN Term_TermType = 48
	Term_OUTER_JOIN Term_TermType = 49
	// An inner-join that does an equality comparison on two attributes.
	Term_EQ_JOIN Term_TermType = 50
	Term_ZIP     Term_TermType = 72
	Term_RANGE   Term_TermType = 173
	// Array Ops
	// Insert an element in to an array at a given index.
	Term_INSERT_AT Term_TermType = 82
	// Remove an element at a given index from an array.
	Term_DELETE_AT Term_TermType = 83
	// ARRAY, NUMBER, NUMBER -> ARRAY
	// Change the element at a given index of an array.
	Term_CHANGE_AT Term_TermType = 84
	// Splice one array in to another array.
	Term_SPLICE_AT Term_TermType = 85
	// * Type Ops
	// Coerces a datum to a named type (e.g. "bool").
	// If you previously used `stream_to_array`, you should use this instead
	// with the type "array".
	Term_COERCE_TO Term_TermType = 51
	// Returns the named type of a datum (e.g. TYPE_OF(true) = "BOOL")
	Term_TYPE_OF Term_TermType = 52
	// * Write Ops (the OBJECTs contain data about number of errors etc.)
	// Updates all the rows in a selection.  Calls its Function with the row
	// to be updated, and then merges the result of that call.
	Term_UPDATE Term_TermType = 53
	// SingleSelection, Function(1), {non_atomic:BOOL, durability:STRING, return_changes:BOOL} -> OBJECT |
	// StreamSelection, OBJECT,      {non_atomic:BOOL, durability:STRING, return_changes:BOOL} -> OBJECT |
	// SingleSelection, OBJECT,      {non_atomic:BOOL, durability:STRING, return_changes:BOOL} -> OBJECT
	// Deletes all the rows in a selection.
	Term_DELETE Term_TermType = 54
	// Replaces all the rows in a selection.  Calls its Function with the row
	// to be replaced, and then discards it and stores the result of that
	// call.
	Term_REPLACE Term_TermType = 55
	// Inserts into a table.  If `conflict` is replace, overwrites
	// entries with the same primary key.  If `conflict` is
	// update, does an update on the entry.  If `conflict` is
	// error, or is omitted, conflicts will trigger an error.
	Term_INSERT Term_TermType = 56
	// * Administrative OPs
	// Creates a database with a particular name.
	Term_DB_CREATE Term_TermType = 57
	// Drops a database with a particular name.
	Term_DB_DROP Term_TermType = 58
	// Lists all the databases by name.  (Takes no arguments)
	Term_DB_LIST Term_TermType = 59
	// Creates a table with a particular name in a particular
	// database.  (You may omit the first argument to use the
	// default database.)
	Term_TABLE_CREATE Term_TermType = 60
	// Database, STRING, {primary_key:STRING, shards:NUMBER, replicas:OBJECT, primary_replica_tag:STRING} -> OBJECT
	// STRING, {primary_key:STRING, shards:NUMBER, replicas:NUMBER, primary_replica_tag:STRING} -> OBJECT
	// STRING, {primary_key:STRING, shards:NUMBER, replicas:OBJECT, primary_replica_tag:STRING} -> OBJECT
	// Drops a table with a particular name from a particular
	// database.  (You may omit the first argument to use the
	// default database.)
	Term_TABLE_DROP Term_TermType = 61
	// STRING -> OBJECT
	// Lists all the tables in a particular database.  (You may
	// omit the first argument to use the default database.)
	Term_TABLE_LIST Term_TermType = 62
	//  -> ARRAY
	// Returns the row in the `rethinkdb.table_config` or `rethinkdb.db_config` table
	// that corresponds to the given database or table.
	Term_CONFIG Term_TermType = 174
	// Table -> SingleSelection
	// Returns the row in the `rethinkdb.table_status` table that corresponds to the
	// given table.
	Term_STATUS Term_TermType = 175
	// Called on a table, waits for that table to be ready for read/write operations.
	// Called on a database, waits for all of the tables in the database to be ready.
	// Returns the corresponding row or rows from the `rethinkdb.table_status` table.
	Term_WAIT Term_TermType = 177
	// Database -> OBJECT
	// Generates a new config for the given table, or all tables in the given database
	// The `shards` and `replicas` arguments are required. If `emergency_repair` is
	// specified, it will enter a completely different mode of repairing a table
	// which has lost half or more of its replicas.
	Term_RECONFIGURE Term_TermType = 176
	//                  dry_run:BOOLEAN]
	//                 } -> OBJECT
	// Database|Table, {shards:NUMBER, replicas:OBJECT [,
	//                  primary_replica_tag:STRING,
	//                  nonvoting_replica_tags:ARRAY,
	//                  dry_run:BOOLEAN]
	//                 } -> OBJECT
	// Table, {emergency_repair:STRING, dry_run:BOOLEAN} -> OBJECT
	// Balances the table's shards but leaves everything else the same. Can also be
	// applied to an entire database at once.
	Term_REBALANCE Term_TermType = 179
	// Ensures that previously issued soft-durability writes are complete and
	// written to disk.
	Term_SYNC Term_TermType = 138
	// Set global, database, or table-specific permissions
	Term_GRANT Term_TermType = 188
	// * Secondary indexes OPs
	// Creates a new secondary index with a particular name and definition.
	Term_INDEX_CREATE Term_TermType = 75
	// Drops a secondary index with a particular name from the specified table.
	Term_INDEX_DROP Term_TermType = 76
	// Lists all secondary indexes on a particular table.
	Term_INDEX_LIST Term_TermType = 77
	// Gets information about whether or not a set of indexes are ready to
	// be accessed. Returns a list of objects that look like this:
	// {index:STRING, ready:BOOL[, progress:NUMBER]}
	Term_INDEX_STATUS Term_TermType = 139
	// Blocks until a set of indexes are ready to be accessed. Returns the
	// same values INDEX_STATUS.
	Term_INDEX_WAIT Term_TermType = 140
	// Renames the given index to a new name
	Term_INDEX_RENAME Term_TermType = 156
	// * Control Operators
	// Calls a function on data
	Term_FUNCALL Term_TermType = 64
	// Executes its first argument, and returns its second argument if it
	// got [true] or its third argument if it got [false] (like an `if`
	// statement).
	Term_BRANCH Term_TermType = 65
	// Returns true if any of its arguments returns true (short-circuits).
	Term_OR Term_TermType = 66
	// Returns true if all of its arguments return true (short-circuits).
	Term_AND Term_TermType = 67
	// Calls its Function with each entry in the sequence
	// and executes the array of terms that Function returns.
	Term_FOR_EACH Term_TermType = 68
	// An anonymous function.  Takes an array of numbers representing
	// variables (see [VAR] above), and a [Term] to execute with those in
	// scope.  Returns a function that may be passed an array of arguments,
	// then executes the Term with those bound to the variable names.  The
	// user will never construct this directly.  We use it internally for
	// things like `map` which take a function.  The "arity" of a [Function] is
	// the number of arguments it takes.
	// For example, here's what `_X_.map{|x| x+2}` turns into:
	// Term {
	//   type = MAP;
	//   args = [_X_,
	//           Term {
	//             type = Function;
	//             args = [Term {
	//                       type = DATUM;
	//                       datum = Datum {
	//                         type = R_ARRAY;
	//                         r_array = [Datum { type = R_NUM; r_num = 1; }];
	//                       };
	//                     },
	//                     Term {
	//                       type = ADD;
	//                       args = [Term {
	//                                 type = VAR;
	//                                 args = [Term {
	//                                           type = DATUM;
	//                                           datum = Datum { type = R_NUM;
	//                                                           r_num = 1};
	//                                         }];
	//                               },
	//                               Term {
	//                                 type = DATUM;
	//                                 datum = Datum { type = R_NUM; r_num = 2; };
	//                               }];
	//                     }];
	//           }];
	Term_FUNC Term_TermType = 69
	// Indicates to ORDER_BY that this attribute is to be sorted in ascending order.
	Term_ASC Term_TermType = 73
	// Indicates to ORDER_BY that this attribute is to be sorted in descending order.
	Term_DESC Term_TermType = 74
	// Gets info about anything.  INFO is most commonly called on tables.
	Term_INFO Term_TermType = 79
	// `a.match(b)` returns a match object if the string `a`
	// matches the regular expression `b`.
	Term_MATCH Term_TermType = 97
	// Change the case of a string.
	Term_UPCASE   Term_TermType = 141
	Term_DOWNCASE Term_TermType = 142
	// Select a number of elements from sequence with uniform distribution.
	Term_SAMPLE Term_TermType = 81
	// Evaluates its first argument.  If that argument returns
	// NULL or throws an error related to the absence of an
	// expected value (for instance, accessing a non-existent
	// field or adding NULL to an integer), DEFAULT will either
	// return its second argument or execute it if it's a
	// function.  If the second argument is a function, it will be
	// passed either the text of the error or NULL as its
	// argument.
	Term_DEFAULT Term_TermType = 92
	// Parses its first argument as a json string and returns it as a
	// datum.
	Term_JSON Term_TermType = 98
	// Returns the datum as a JSON string.
	// N.B.: we would really prefer this be named TO_JSON and that exists as
	// an alias in Python and JavaScript drivers; however it conflicts with the
	// standard `to_json` method defined by Ruby's standard json library.
	Term_TO_JSON_STRING Term_TermType = 172
	// Parses its first arguments as an ISO 8601 time and returns it as a
	// datum.
	Term_ISO8601 Term_TermType = 99
	// Prints a time as an ISO 8601 time.
	Term_TO_ISO8601 Term_TermType = 100
	// Returns a time given seconds since epoch in UTC.
	Term_EPOCH_TIME Term_TermType = 101
	// Returns seconds since epoch in UTC given a time.
	Term_TO_EPOCH_TIME Term_TermType = 102
	// The time the query was received by the server.
	Term_NOW Term_TermType = 103
	// Puts a time into an ISO 8601 timezone.
	Term_IN_TIMEZONE Term_TermType = 104
	// a.during(b, c) returns whether a is in the range [b, c)
	Term_DURING Term_TermType = 105
	// Retrieves the date portion of a time.
	Term_DATE Term_TermType = 106
	// x.time_of_day == x.date - x
	Term_TIME_OF_DAY Term_TermType = 126
	// Returns the timezone of a time.
	Term_TIMEZONE Term_TermType = 127
	// These access the various components of a time.
	Term_YEAR        Term_TermType = 128
	Term_MONTH       Term_TermType = 129
	Term_DAY         Term_TermType = 130
	Term_DAY_OF_WEEK Term_TermType = 131
	Term_DAY_OF_YEAR Term_TermType = 132
	Term_HOURS       Term_TermType = 133
	Term_MINUTES     Term_TermType = 134
	Term_SECONDS     Term_TermType = 135
	// Construct a time from a date and optional timezone or a
	// date+time and optional timezone.
	Term_TIME Term_TermType = 136
	// Constants for ISO 8601 days of the week.
	Term_MONDAY    Term_TermType = 107
	Term_TUESDAY   Term_TermType = 108
	Term_WEDNESDAY Term_TermType = 109
	Term_THURSDAY  Term_TermType = 110
	Term_FRIDAY    Term_TermType = 111
	Term_SATURDAY  Term_TermType = 112
	Term_SUNDAY    Term_TermType = 113
	// Constants for ISO 8601 months.
	Term_JANUARY   Term_TermType = 114
	Term_FEBRUARY  Term_TermType = 115
	Term_MARCH     Term_TermType = 116
	Term_APRIL     Term_TermType = 117
	Term_MAY       Term_TermType = 118
	Term_JUNE      Term_TermType = 119
	Term_JULY      Term_TermType = 120
	Term_AUGUST    Term_TermType = 121
	Term_SEPTEMBER Term_TermType = 122
	Term_OCTOBER   Term_TermType = 123
	Term_NOVEMBER  Term_TermType = 124
	Term_DECEMBER  Term_TermType = 125
	// Indicates to MERGE to replace, or remove in case of an empty literal, the
	// other object rather than merge it.
	Term_LITERAL Term_TermType = 137
	// SEQUENCE, STRING -> GROUPED_SEQUENCE | SEQUENCE, FUNCTION -> GROUPED_SEQUENCE
	Term_GROUP Term_TermType = 144
	Term_SUM   Term_TermType = 145
	Term_AVG   Term_TermType = 146
	Term_MIN   Term_TermType = 147
	Term_MAX   Term_TermType = 148
	// `str.split()` splits on whitespace
	// `str.split(" ")` splits on spaces only
	// `str.split(" ", 5)` splits on spaces with at most 5 results
	// `str.split(nil, 5)` splits on whitespace with at most 5 results
	Term_SPLIT   Term_TermType = 149
	Term_UNGROUP Term_TermType = 150
	// Takes a range of numbers and returns a random number within the range
	Term_RANDOM  Term_TermType = 151
	Term_CHANGES Term_TermType = 152
	Term_ARGS    Term_TermType = 154
	// BINARY is client-only at the moment, it is not supported on the server
	Term_BINARY           Term_TermType = 155
	Term_GEOJSON          Term_TermType = 157
	Term_TO_GEOJSON       Term_TermType = 158
	Term_POINT            Term_TermType = 159
	Term_LINE             Term_TermType = 160
	Term_POLYGON          Term_TermType = 161
	Term_DISTANCE         Term_TermType = 162
	Term_INTERSECTS       Term_TermType = 163
	Term_INCLUDES         Term_TermType = 164
	Term_CIRCLE           Term_TermType = 165
	Term_GET_INTERSECTING Term_TermType = 166
	Term_FILL             Term_TermType = 167
	Term_GET_NEAREST      Term_TermType = 168
	Term_POLYGON_SUB      Term_TermType = 171
	// Constants for specifying key ranges
	Term_MINVAL Term_TermType = 180
	Term_MAXVAL Term_TermType = 181
)

func (Term_TermType) Enum

func (x Term_TermType) Enum() *Term_TermType

func (Term_TermType) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x Term_TermType) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (Term_TermType) String

func (x Term_TermType) String() string

func (*Term_TermType) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *Term_TermType) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type VersionDummy

type VersionDummy struct {
	XXX_unrecognized []byte `json:"-"`
}

func (*VersionDummy) ProtoMessage

func (*VersionDummy) ProtoMessage()

func (*VersionDummy) Reset

func (m *VersionDummy) Reset()

func (*VersionDummy) String

func (m *VersionDummy) String() string

type VersionDummy_Protocol

type VersionDummy_Protocol int32

The protocol to use after the handshake, specified in V0_3

const (
	VersionDummy_PROTOBUF VersionDummy_Protocol = 656407617
	VersionDummy_JSON     VersionDummy_Protocol = 2120839367
)

func (VersionDummy_Protocol) Enum

func (VersionDummy_Protocol) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x VersionDummy_Protocol) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (VersionDummy_Protocol) String

func (x VersionDummy_Protocol) String() string

func (*VersionDummy_Protocol) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *VersionDummy_Protocol) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

type VersionDummy_Version

type VersionDummy_Version int32

non-conforming protobuf libraries This enum contains the magic numbers for your version. See **THE HIGH-LEVEL VIEW** for what to do with it.

const (
	VersionDummy_V0_1 VersionDummy_Version = 1063369270
	VersionDummy_V0_2 VersionDummy_Version = 1915781601
	VersionDummy_V0_3 VersionDummy_Version = 1601562686
	VersionDummy_V0_4 VersionDummy_Version = 1074539808
	VersionDummy_V1_0 VersionDummy_Version = 885177795
)

func (VersionDummy_Version) Enum

func (VersionDummy_Version) MarshalJSON added in v0.6.0

func (x VersionDummy_Version) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (VersionDummy_Version) String

func (x VersionDummy_Version) String() string

func (*VersionDummy_Version) UnmarshalJSON

func (x *VersionDummy_Version) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

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