Source code for keystone.common.sql.migrate_repo.versions.095_add_integer_pkey_to_revocation_event_table

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import sqlalchemy as sql

[docs]def upgrade(migrate_engine): meta = sql.MetaData() meta.bind = migrate_engine # You can specify primary keys when creating tables, however adding # auto-increment integer primary keys for existing tables is not # cross-engine compatibility supported. Thus, the approach is to: # (1) create a new revocation_event table with an int pkey, # (2) migrate data from the old table to the new table, # (3) delete the old revocation_event table # (4) rename the new revocation_event table revocation_table = sql.Table('revocation_event', meta, autoload=True) revocation_table_new = sql.Table( 'revocation_event_new', meta, sql.Column('id', sql.Integer, primary_key=True), sql.Column('domain_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('project_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('user_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('role_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('trust_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('consumer_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('access_token_id', sql.String(64)), sql.Column('issued_before', sql.DateTime(), nullable=False), sql.Column('expires_at', sql.DateTime()), sql.Column('revoked_at', sql.DateTime(), index=True, nullable=False), sql.Column('audit_id', sql.String(32), nullable=True), sql.Column('audit_chain_id', sql.String(32), nullable=True)) revocation_table_new.create(migrate_engine, checkfirst=True) revocation_table_new.insert().from_select(['domain_id', 'project_id', 'user_id', 'role_id', 'trust_id', 'consumer_id', 'access_token_id', 'issued_before', 'expires_at', 'revoked_at', 'audit_id', 'audit_chain_id'], revocation_table.drop() revocation_table_new.rename('revocation_event')