In the simple test app below, adding the same name with a capital letter in it, e.g. “W”, does not trigger the not-unique error. This only happens in the H2 database engine, not in MySQL. After adding the lowercase version, the capital letter will trigger the error, e.g. ‘W’->‘W’[no error] and ‘w’->‘W’ [error].

entity Project{
  name : String (id, iderror="Project name already exists."
                   , idemptyerror="Please enter a project name.")
}

page root(){
  for(pr:Project ){
    div{ output(pr.name) }
  }
  var p := Project{}
  form{
    input(p.name)[placeholder="Enter project name"]
    submit action{ p.save(); } { "Create Project" }
  }
}
Submitted by Danny Groenewegen on 11 July 2014 at 13:38

On 11 July 2014 at 14:33 Danny Groenewegen commented:

fixed https://svn.strategoxt.org/websvn/WebDSL/?op=revision&rev=5939&peg=5939

toLowerCase in the Java code was superfluous for MySQL (current collation will lowercase) and breaks the validation in H2 (current collation preserves capitalization)

made new issue for uniqueness differences: http://yellowgrass.org/issue/WebDSL/810


On 11 July 2014 at 14:33 Danny Groenewegen closed this issue.

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