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This trait provides various options to configure the generated SQL for a specific backend.

Accessing anything from this trait is considered to be part of the public API. Implementing this trait is not considered to be part of diesels public API, as future versions of diesel may add additional associated constants here.

Each associated type is used to configure the behaviour of one or more QueryFragment implementations by providing a custom QueryFragment<YourBackend, YourSpecialSyntaxType> implementation to specialize on generic QueryFragment<DB, DB::AssociatedType> implementations.

See the sql_dialect module for options provided by diesel out of the box.

Required Associated Types

Configures how this backends supports RETURNING clauses

This allows backends to opt in RETURNING clause support and to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for ReturningClause

See sql_dialect::returning_clause for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend supports ON CONFLICT clauses

This allows backends to opt in ON CONFLICT clause support

See sql_dialect::on_conflict_clause for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles the bare DEFAULT keyword for inserting the default value in a INSERT INTO VALUES clause

This allows backends to opt in support for DEFAULT value expressions for insert statements

See sql_dialect::default_keyword_for_insert for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles Batch insert statements

This allows backends to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for BatchInsert

See sql_dialect::batch_insert_support for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles the Concat clauses in select statements.

This allows backends to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for Concat

See sql_dialect::concat_clause for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles the DEFAULT VALUES clause for insert statements.

This allows backends to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for DefaultValues

See sql_dialect::default_value_clause for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles empty FROM clauses for select statements.

This allows backends to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for NoFromClause

See sql_dialect::from_clause_syntax for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles EXISTS() expressions.

This allows backends to provide a custom QueryFragment implementation for Exists

See sql_dialect::exists_syntax for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend handles IN() and NOT IN() expressions.

This allows backends to provide custom QueryFragment implementations for In, NotIn and Many

See sql_dialect::array_comparison for provided default implementations

Configures how this backend structures SELECT queries

This allows backends to provide custom QueryFragment implementations for

See sql_dialect::select_statement_syntax for provided default implementations

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