A set of
This API is EXPERIMENTAL. Use at your own risk.
- Lukas Eder
decomposing@NotNull public static final @NotNull Replacer decomposing()Decomposes compound queries into their component queries.
Some DDL statements are compound statements, such as e.g.
ALTER TABLE t ADD col1 INT, ADD col2 INT;
The above single compound statement can be decomposed into its component statements:
ALTER TABLE t ADD col1 INT; ALTER TABLE t ADD col2 INT;
Some use-cases, including DDL interpretation may be better served by component statements rather than the compound version.
Replacerhas to adhere to the contract imposed by
Replacer.replacer(), it can only operate on
Querywrapping elements, such as
Blockand other procedural scope statements.
listening@NotNull public static final @NotNull Replacer listening
(Replacer replacer, BiConsumer<? super QueryPart, ? super QueryPart> replacement)