2018-08-25 15:30
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I'm using go 1.10.3 and I'm trying to use the sqlx package to get one row and enter it to a struct with Get(), or get several rows and enter them to a slice with Select().

lets start with getting one row into a struct.

I created the following struct:

type PsqlProduct struct {
    Id              int64          `db:"product_id"`
    Name            string         `db:"product_name"`
    Desc            sql.NullString `db:"product_desc"`
    YearManufacture sql.NullInt64  `db:"year_manufacture"`
    Quantity        sql.NullInt64  `db:"quantity"`

for the query:

QUERY_SELECT_PRODUCT = `select wd.product.id as product_id,
trans_p_name.text as product_name,
trans_p_desc.text as product_desc,
wd.product.year_manufacture, wd.product.quantity
from wd.product
join wd.text_translation as trans_p_name 
    on trans_p_name.text_id = wd.product.product_name_trans_id and trans_p_name.lang_id=1
left join wd.text_translation as trans_p_desc 
    on trans_p_desc.text_id = wd.product.product_desc_trans_id and trans_p_desc.lang_id=1
where wd.product.id = $1 

and I created the following function to get product by id:

func PsqlGetProductById(productId int) *Product {
    product := new(PsqlProduct)
    err := Psqldb.Get(&product, QUERY_SELECT_PRODUCT,productId)
    if err != nil {
        log.Fatalf("error: %v",err)
        return nil
    } else {

        newp := Product{
            ID:   uint(product.Id),
            Name: product.Name,
        if product.Quantity.Valid {
            newp.Quantity = uint16(product.Quantity.Int64)
        if product.YearManufacture.Valid {
            newp.YearManufacture = uint16(product.YearManufacture.Int64)
        if product.Desc.Valid {
            newp.Desc = product.Desc.String
        return &newp

and I got the error

error: scannable dest type ptr with >1 columns (5) in result

it's as if Get() function is only for one column.. but the documentation clearly states it's not!

if I change the Get() function call to Psqldb.QueryRowx(QUERY_SELECT_PRODUCT, productId).StructScan(product)

then it does work.. but still.. trying to find out why Get() doesn't work.

next.. Select()

so this is the struct

type PsqlCategory struct {
    Id               int64         `db:"category_id"`
    Name             string        `db:"category_name"`
    ParentCategoryId sql.NullInt64 `db:"parent_category_id"`

sql query:

select category.id as category_id,
       text_translation.text as category_name,
from category
join text_translation on text_translation.text_id=category.category_name_trans_id
and text_translation.lang_id = 1`

and the function

func PsqlGetCategories() []Category {
    categories := []PsqlCategory{}
    err := Psqldb.Select(&categories, QUERY_SELECT_CATEGORIES)
    if err != nil {
        log.Fatalf("could not parse categories: %v", err)
        return nil
    var nCategories []Category
    for _, cat := range categories {
        newCat := Category{
            Id:   cat.Id,
            Name: cat.Name,
        if cat.ParentCategoryId.Valid {
            newCat.ParentCategoryId = cat.ParentCategoryId.Int64
        nCategories = append(nCategories, newCat)
    return nCategories

and this is the error

could not parse categories: pq: relation "category" does not exist

it's like I totally misunderstood the usage of the sqlx library or I'm missing something..

any information regarding the issue would be greatly appreciated.

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  • duanmu2941 2018-08-25 18:09

    The problem arises because you're passing **PsqlProduct to Get which thinks that you want to scan the query result into the pointed to pointer, hence "... dest type ptr with >1 columns ...".

    Just change:

    err := Psqldb.Get(&product, QUERY_SELECT_PRODUCT,productId)


    err := Psqldb.Get(product, QUERY_SELECT_PRODUCT,productId)
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