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ParsedStatement Logical Operators

ParsedStatement is an extension of the LogicalPlan abstraction for logical operators that hold exactly what was parsed from SQL statements.

ParsedStatement are never resolved and must be converted to concrete logical plans.

Implementations

  • AlterTableAddColumnsStatement
  • AlterTableAddPartitionStatement
  • AlterTableAlterColumnStatement
  • AlterTableDropColumnsStatement
  • AlterTableDropPartitionStatement
  • AlterTableRecoverPartitionsStatement
  • AlterTableRenameColumnStatement
  • AlterTableRenamePartitionStatement
  • AlterTableSerDePropertiesStatement
  • AlterTableSetLocationStatement
  • AlterTableSetPropertiesStatement
  • AlterTableUnsetPropertiesStatement
  • AlterViewAsStatement
  • AlterViewSetPropertiesStatement
  • AlterViewUnsetPropertiesStatement
  • AnalyzeColumnStatement
  • AnalyzeTableStatement
  • CacheTableStatement
  • CreateFunctionStatement
  • CreateNamespaceStatement
  • CreateTableAsSelectStatement
  • CreateTableStatement
  • CreateViewStatement
  • DescribeColumnStatement
  • DescribeFunctionStatement
  • DropFunctionStatement
  • DropTableStatement
  • DropViewStatement
  • InsertIntoStatement
  • LoadDataStatement
  • RefreshTableStatement
  • RenameTableStatement
  • RepairTableStatement
  • ReplaceTableAsSelectStatement
  • ReplaceTableStatement
  • ShowColumnsStatement
  • ShowCreateTableStatement
  • ShowCurrentNamespaceStatement
  • ShowFunctionsStatement
  • ShowPartitionsStatement
  • ShowTableStatement
  • TruncateTableStatement
  • UncacheTableStatement
  • UseStatement

Last update: 2020-10-20