[][src]Trait diesel::prelude::PgExpressionMethods

pub trait PgExpressionMethods: Expression + Sized {
    fn is_not_distinct_from<T>(
        self,
        other: T
    ) -> IsNotDistinctFrom<Self, T::Expression>
    where
        T: AsExpression<Self::SqlType>
, { ... }
fn is_distinct_from<T>(
        self,
        other: T
    ) -> IsDistinctFrom<Self, T::Expression>
    where
        T: AsExpression<Self::SqlType>
, { ... } }

PostgreSQL specific methods which are present on all expressions.

Provided methods

fn is_not_distinct_from<T>(
    self,
    other: T
) -> IsNotDistinctFrom<Self, T::Expression> where
    T: AsExpression<Self::SqlType>, 

Creates a PostgreSQL IS NOT DISTINCT FROM expression.

This behaves identically to the = operator, except that NULL is treated as a normal value.

Example

let distinct = users.select(id).filter(name.is_distinct_from("Sean"));
let not_distinct = users.select(id).filter(name.is_not_distinct_from("Sean"));
assert_eq!(Ok(2), distinct.first(&connection));
assert_eq!(Ok(1), not_distinct.first(&connection));

fn is_distinct_from<T>(self, other: T) -> IsDistinctFrom<Self, T::Expression> where
    T: AsExpression<Self::SqlType>, 

Creates a PostgreSQL IS DISTINCT FROM expression.

This behaves identically to the != operator, except that NULL is treated as a normal value.

Example

let distinct = users.select(id).filter(name.is_distinct_from("Sean"));
let not_distinct = users.select(id).filter(name.is_not_distinct_from("Sean"));
assert_eq!(Ok(2), distinct.first(&connection));
assert_eq!(Ok(1), not_distinct.first(&connection));
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Implementors

impl<T: Expression> PgExpressionMethods for T[src]

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