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From:igor Date:April 11 2007 6:41pm
Subject:bk commit into 4.1 tree (igor:1.2634) BUG#27484
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ChangeSet@stripped, 2007-04-11 11:41:12-07:00, igor@stripped +3 -0
  Fixed bug #27484: a crash when incompatible row expressions with nested rows
  are used as arguments of the IN predicate.
  Added a function to check compatibility of row expressions. Made sure that this
  function to be called for Item_func_in objects by fix_length_and_dec().

  mysql-test/r/row.result@stripped, 2007-04-11 11:41:11-07:00, igor@stripped +18 -0
    Added a test case for bug #27484.

  mysql-test/t/row.test@stripped, 2007-04-11 11:41:11-07:00, igor@stripped +25 -0
    Added a test case for bug #27484.

  sql/item_cmpfunc.cc@stripped, 2007-04-11 11:41:11-07:00, igor@stripped +61 -4
    Fixed bug #27484: a crash when incompatible row expressions with nested rows
    are used as arguments of the IN predicate.
    Added a function to check compatibility of row expressions. Made sure that this
    function to be called for Item_func_in objects by fix_length_and_dec().

# This is a BitKeeper patch.  What follows are the unified diffs for the
# set of deltas contained in the patch.  The rest of the patch, the part
# that BitKeeper cares about, is below these diffs.
# User:	igor
# Host:	olga.mysql.com
# Root:	/home/igor/dev-opt/mysql-4.1-opt-bug27484

--- 1.220/sql/item_cmpfunc.cc	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
+++ 1.221/sql/item_cmpfunc.cc	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
@@ -62,6 +62,42 @@
 
 
 /*
+  Compare row signature of two expressions
+
+  SYNOPSIS:
+    cmp_row_type()
+    item1          the first expression
+    item2         the second expression
+
+  DESCRIPTION
+    The function checks that two expressions have compatible row signatures
+    i.e. that the number of columns they return are the same and that if they
+    are both row expressions then each component from the first expression has 
+    a row signature compatible with the signature of the corresponding component
+    of the second expression.
+
+  RETURN VALUES
+    1  type incompatibility has been detected
+    0  otherwise
+*/
+
+static int cmp_row_type(Item* item1, Item* item2)
+{
+  uint n= item1->cols();
+  if (item2->check_cols(n))
+    return 1;
+  for (uint i=0; i<n; i++)
+  {
+    if (item2->el(i)->check_cols(item1->el(i)->cols()) ||
+        (item1->el(i)->result_type() == ROW_RESULT &&
+         cmp_row_type(item1->el(i), item2->el(i))))
+      return 1;
+  }
+  return 0;
+}
+
+
+/*
   Aggregates result types from the array of items.
 
   SYNOPSIS:
@@ -75,14 +111,32 @@
     This function aggregates result types from the array of items. Found type
     supposed to be used later for comparison of values of these items.
     Aggregation itself is performed by the item_cmp_type() function.
+    The function also checks compatibility of row signatures for the
+    submitted items (see the spec for the cmp_row_type function). 
+
+  RETURN VALUES
+    1  type incompatibility has been detected
+    0  otherwise
 */
 
-static void agg_cmp_type(THD *thd, Item_result *type, Item **items, uint nitems)
+static int agg_cmp_type(THD *thd, Item_result *type, Item **items, uint nitems)
 {
   uint i;
   type[0]= items[0]->result_type();
   for (i= 1 ; i < nitems ; i++)
+  {
     type[0]= item_cmp_type(type[0], items[i]->result_type());
+    /*
+      When aggregating types of two row expressions we have to check
+      that they have the same cardinality and that each component
+      of the first row expression has a compatible row signature with
+      the signature of the corresponding component of the second row
+      expression.
+    */ 
+    if (type[0] == ROW_RESULT && cmp_row_type(items[0], items[i]))
+      return 1;     // error found: invalid usage of rows
+  }
+  return 0;
 }
 
 static void my_coll_agg_error(DTCollation &c1, DTCollation &c2,
@@ -984,7 +1038,8 @@
   */
   if (!args[0] || !args[1] || !args[2])
     return;
-  agg_cmp_type(thd, &cmp_type, args, 3);
+  if ( agg_cmp_type(thd, &cmp_type, args, 3))
+    return;
   if (cmp_type == STRING_RESULT &&
       agg_arg_charsets(cmp_collation, args, 3, MY_COLL_CMP_CONV))
    return;
@@ -1532,7 +1587,8 @@
     for (nagg= 0; nagg < ncases/2 ; nagg++)
       agg[nagg+1]= args[nagg*2];
     nagg++;
-    agg_cmp_type(current_thd, &cmp_type, agg, nagg);
+    if (agg_cmp_type(current_thd, &cmp_type, agg, nagg))
+      return;
     if ((cmp_type == STRING_RESULT) &&
         agg_arg_charsets(cmp_collation, agg, nagg, MY_COLL_CMP_CONV))
     return;
@@ -2013,7 +2069,8 @@
   uint const_itm= 1;
   THD *thd= current_thd;
   
-  agg_cmp_type(thd, &cmp_type, args, arg_count);
+  if (agg_cmp_type(thd, &cmp_type, args, arg_count))
+    return;
 
   if (cmp_type == STRING_RESULT &&
       agg_arg_charsets(cmp_collation, args, arg_count, MY_COLL_CMP_CONV))

--- 1.18/mysql-test/r/row.result	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
+++ 1.19/mysql-test/r/row.result	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
@@ -170,3 +170,21 @@
 SELECT ROW(NULL,10) <=> ROW(3,NULL);
 ROW(NULL,10) <=> ROW(3,NULL)
 0
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,1));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,3)));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,ROW(2,2,2)));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3,4)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3,4)),ROW(1,ROW(2,2)));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 3 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),(SELECT 1,1));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),(SELECT 1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,4)));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN ((SELECT 1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,3)));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 2 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(2,1) IN (ROW(21,2),ROW(ROW(1,1,3),0));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 1 column(s)
+SELECT ROW(2,1) IN (ROW(ROW(1,1,3),0),ROW(21,2));
+ERROR 21000: Operand should contain 1 column(s)

--- 1.17/mysql-test/t/row.test	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
+++ 1.18/mysql-test/t/row.test	2007-04-11 11:41:17 -07:00
@@ -83,4 +83,29 @@
 SELECT ROW(2,10) <=> ROW(3,4);
 SELECT ROW(NULL,10) <=> ROW(3,NULL);
 
+#
+# Bug #27484: nested row expressions in IN predicate
+#
+
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,1));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,3)));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),ROW(1,ROW(2,2,2)));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3,4)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3,4)),ROW(1,ROW(2,2)));
+
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),(SELECT 1,1));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN (ROW(1,ROW(2,3)),(SELECT 1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,4)));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(1,ROW(2,3)) IN ((SELECT 1,1),ROW(1,ROW(2,3)));
+
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(2,1) IN (ROW(21,2),ROW(ROW(1,1,3),0));
+--error 1241
+SELECT ROW(2,1) IN (ROW(ROW(1,1,3),0),ROW(21,2));
+
 # End of 4.1 tests
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