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package spanner
import (
proto3 ""
structpb ""
sppb ""
// A Statement is a SQL query with named parameters.
// A parameter placeholder consists of '@' followed by the parameter name.
// The parameter name is an identifier which must conform to the naming
// requirements in
// Parameters may appear anywhere that a literal value is expected. The same
// parameter name may be used more than once. It is an error to execute a
// statement with unbound parameters. On the other hand, it is allowable to
// bind parameter names that are not used.
// See the documentation of the Row type for how Go types are mapped to Cloud
// Spanner types.
type Statement struct {
SQL string
Params map[string]interface{}
// NewStatement returns a Statement with the given SQL and an empty Params map.
func NewStatement(sql string) Statement {
return Statement{SQL: sql, Params: map[string]interface{}{}}
// convertParams converts a statement's parameters into proto Param and
// ParamTypes.
func (s *Statement) convertParams() (*structpb.Struct, map[string]*sppb.Type, error) {
params := &proto3.Struct{
Fields: map[string]*proto3.Value{},
paramTypes := map[string]*sppb.Type{}
for k, v := range s.Params {
val, t, err := encodeValue(v)
if err != nil {
return nil, nil, errBindParam(k, v, err)
params.Fields[k] = val
if t != nil {
paramTypes[k] = t
return params, paramTypes, nil
// errBindParam returns error for not being able to bind parameter to query
// request.
func errBindParam(k string, v interface{}, err error) error {
if err == nil {
return nil
var se *Error
if !errorAs(err, &se) {
return spannerErrorf(codes.InvalidArgument, "failed to bind query parameter(name: %q, value: %v), error = <%v>", k, v, err)
se.decorate(fmt.Sprintf("failed to bind query parameter(name: %q, value: %v)", k, v))
return se