sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting module

class sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.ComplexNames(**kw)[source]

Bases: sqlobject.main.SQLObject

age
firstName
j = names_table
lastName
phone
q = names_table
class sqlmeta(instance)[source]

Bases: sqlobject.main.sqlmeta

childName = None
columnDefinitions = {'lastName': <StringCol b3c1658cL lastName>, 'age': <IntCol b392e32cL age>, 'firstName': <StringCol b3d1feccL firstName>, 'phone': <StringCol b3be9dacL phone>}
columnList = [<SOStringCol firstName>, <SOStringCol lastName>, <SOStringCol phone>, <SOIntCol age>]
columns = {'lastName': <SOStringCol lastName>, 'age': <SOIntCol age>, 'firstName': <SOStringCol firstName>, 'phone': <SOStringCol phone>}
defaultOrder = ['lastName', 'firstName', 'phone', 'age']
idName = 'id'
indexDefinitions = []
indexes = []
joinDefinitions = []
joins = []
soClass

alias of ComplexNames

style = <sqlobject.styles.MixedCaseUnderscoreStyle object>
table = 'names_table'
sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.firstList(names)[source]
sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.nameList(names)[source]
sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.setupComplexNames()[source]
sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.test_complexOrders()[source]
sqlobject.tests.test_complex_sorting.test_defaultComplexOrder()[source]