Re-exports important traits and types. Meant to be glob imported when using Diesel.
Allow two or more columns which are otherwise unrelated to be used together in a group by clause.
Allow two or more tables which are otherwise unrelated to be used together in a query.
Allow two tables to be referenced in a join query without providing an
Declare a sql function for use in your code.
Specifies that a table exists, and what columns it has. This will create a
new public module, with the same name, as the name of the table. In this
module, you’ll find a unit struct named
table, and a unit struct with the
names of each of the columns.
A connection to a MySQL database. Connection URLs should be in the form
The connection string expected by
should be a PostgreSQL connection string, as documented at
Connections for the SQLite backend. Unlike other backends, SQLite supported connection URLs are:
Indicates that all elements of an expression are valid given a from clause.
Constructs a query that finds record(s) based on directional association with other record(s).
Methods present on boolean expressions
Helper trait used when boxing expressions.
A column on a database table. Types which implement this trait should have
been generated by the
Extension trait to combine queries using a combinator like
with or without
ALL rule for duplicates
A connection to a database
Interface to add information to conflict targets. Designed to be open for further additions to conflict targets like constraints
escape method to
NOT LIKE. This is used to specify
the escape character for the pattern.
Represents a typed fragment of SQL.
Methods present on all expressions, except tuples
grouped_by function groups records by their parent.
This trait indicates that a struct represents a single row in a database table.
Represents that a structure can be used to insert a new row into the
database. This is automatically implemented for
inserting more than one record.
Converts a type to its representation for use in Diesel’s query builder.
ON clause for a join statement. This will override
ON clause that would come from
Indicates that two tables can be joined without an explicit
Methods present on all expressions
PostgreSQL specific methods present on JSON and JSONB expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods present on array expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods present on Binary expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods which are present on all expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods present on JSONB expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods present between CIDR/INET expressions
PostgreSQL specific methods present on range expressions.
PostgreSQL expression methods related to sorting.
PostgreSQL specific methods present on text expressions.
PostgreSQL specific methods present on timestamp expressions.
Methods used to construct select statements.
Represents a type which can appear in the
FROM clause. Apps should not
need to concern themselves with this trait.
Trait indicating that a record can be queried from the database.
Methods used to execute queries.
Sugar for types which implement both
Trait indicating that a record can be selected and queried from the database.
Indicates that an expression can be selected from a source.
This helper trait provides several methods for
constructing a select or returning clause based on a
Sqlite specific methods which are present on all expressions.
A SQL database table. Types which implement this trait should have been
generated by the
Methods present on text expressions
A specialized result type for establishing connections.
A specialized result type for queries.
Implement required traits for the associations API
Identifiable for references of the current type
Queryable to load the result of statically typed queries
QueryableByName for untyped sql queries, such as that one generated