Source code for keystone.common.sql.expand_repo.versions.024_expand_create_created_at_int_columns

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import sqlalchemy as sql

from keystone.common import sql as ks_sql

[docs]def upgrade(migrate_engine): meta = sql.MetaData() meta.bind = migrate_engine # NOTE(morgan): column is nullable here for migration purposes # it is set to not-nullable in the contract phase to ensure we can handle # rolling upgrades in a sane way. This differs from the model in # keystone.identity.backends.sql_model by design. created_at = sql.Column('created_at_int', ks_sql.DateTimeInt(), nullable=True) expires_at = sql.Column('expires_at_int', ks_sql.DateTimeInt(), nullable=True) password_table = sql.Table('password', meta, autoload=True) password_table.create_column(created_at) password_table.create_column(expires_at)