Commit feb9030f authored by Evan Prodromou's avatar Evan Prodromou

Remove sequenceKey() since we now use Managed_DataObject

parent 7c6399a5
......@@ -26,9 +26,6 @@ class Confirm_address extends Managed_DataObject
/* the code above is auto generated do not remove the tag below */
###END_AUTOCODE
function sequenceKey()
{ return array(false, false); }
public static function schemaDef()
{
return array(
......
......@@ -79,11 +79,6 @@ class File_oembed extends Managed_DataObject
);
}
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false, false, false);
}
function _getOembed($url) {
$parameters = array(
'maxwidth' => common_config('attachments', 'thumb_width'),
......
......@@ -63,11 +63,6 @@ class File_thumbnail extends Managed_DataObject
);
}
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false, false, false);
}
/**
* Save oEmbed-provided thumbnail data
*
......
......@@ -61,11 +61,6 @@ class Inbox extends Managed_DataObject
);
}
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false, false, false);
}
/**
* Create a new inbox from existing Notice_inbox stuff
*/
......
......@@ -58,19 +58,6 @@ class Login_token extends Managed_DataObject
const TIMEOUT = 120; // seconds after which to timeout the token
/*
DB_DataObject calculates the sequence key(s) by taking the first key returned by the keys() function.
In this case, the keys() function returns user_id as the first key. user_id is not a sequence, but
DB_DataObject's sequenceKey() will incorrectly think it is. Then, since the sequenceKey() is a numeric
type, but is not set to autoincrement in the database, DB_DataObject will create a _seq table and
manage the sequence itself. This is not the correct behavior for the user_id in this class.
So we override that incorrect behavior, and simply say there is no sequence key.
*/
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false,false);
}
function makeNew($user)
{
$login_token = Login_token::staticGet('user_id', $user->id);
......
......@@ -23,11 +23,6 @@ class Remember_me extends Managed_DataObject
/* the code above is auto generated do not remove the tag below */
###END_AUTOCODE
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false, false);
}
public static function schemaDef()
{
return array(
......
......@@ -80,19 +80,6 @@ class User_im_prefs extends Managed_DataObject
);
}
/*
DB_DataObject calculates the sequence key(s) by taking the first key returned by the keys() function.
In this case, the keys() function returns user_id as the first key. user_id is not a sequence, but
DB_DataObject's sequenceKey() will incorrectly think it is. Then, since the sequenceKey() is a numeric
type, but is not set to autoincrement in the database, DB_DataObject will create a _seq table and
manage the sequence itself. This is not the correct behavior for the user_id in this class.
So we override that incorrect behavior, and simply say there is no sequence key.
*/
function sequenceKey()
{
return array(false,false);
}
/**
* We have two compound keys with unique constraints:
* (transport, user_id) which is our primary key, and
......
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