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ComputeCurrentTime Logical Optimization

ComputeCurrentTime is a base logical optimization that <>.

ComputeCurrentTime is part of the Finish Analysis once-executed batch in the standard batches of the Logical Optimizer.

ComputeCurrentTime is simply a <> for transforming <>, i.e. Rule[LogicalPlan].

[source, scala]

// Query with two current_date's import org.apache.spark.sql.functions.current_date val q = spark.range(1).select(current_date() as "d1", current_date() as "d2") val analyzedPlan = q.queryExecution.analyzed

scala> println(analyzedPlan.numberedTreeString) 00 Project [current_date(Some(Europe/Warsaw)) AS d1#12, current_date(Some(Europe/Warsaw)) AS d2#13] 01 +- Range (0, 1, step=1, splits=Some(8))

import org.apache.spark.sql.catalyst.optimizer.ComputeCurrentTime

val afterComputeCurrentTime = ComputeCurrentTime(analyzedPlan) scala> println(afterComputeCurrentTime.numberedTreeString) 00 Project [17773 AS d1#12, 17773 AS d2#13] 01 +- Range (0, 1, step=1, splits=Some(8))

// Another query with two current_timestamp's // Here the millis play a bigger role so it is easier to notice the results import org.apache.spark.sql.functions.current_timestamp val q = spark.range(1).select(current_timestamp() as "ts1", current_timestamp() as "ts2") val analyzedPlan = q.queryExecution.analyzed val afterComputeCurrentTime = ComputeCurrentTime(analyzedPlan) scala> println(afterComputeCurrentTime.numberedTreeString) 00 Project [1535629687768000 AS ts1#18, 1535629687768000 AS ts2#19] 01 +- Range (0, 1, step=1, splits=Some(8))


Executing Rule

apply(plan: LogicalPlan): LogicalPlan

apply...FIXME

apply is part of the Rule abstraction.


Last update: 2020-08-05