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Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Xinyue Chen
Hi,

I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1 2020-01-27.
My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have tested in
https://sqliteonline.com/.

CREATE TABLE t (
  textid TEXT
);
INSERT INTO t
VALUES ('12');
INSERT INTO t
VALUES ('34');
CREATE TABLE i (
  intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
);
INSERT INTO i
VALUES (12);
INSERT INTO i
VALUES (34);
CREATE TABLE e (
  x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
  y TEXT                NOT NULL
);
-- Original query
select t1.textid a, i.intid b
from t t1,
     i i
where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
-- Buggy query
select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
from t t1,
     i i,
     t vucjp
where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));

The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result for the
first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.

Best,
Xinyue Chen
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Jose Isaias Cabrera-4
Xinyue Chen, on Monday, March 2, 2020 06:21 PM, wrote...

>
> Hi,
>
> I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1 2020-01-27.
> My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have tested in
> https://sqliteonline.com/.
>
> CREATE TABLE t (
>   textid TEXT
> );
> INSERT INTO t
> VALUES ('12');
> INSERT INTO t
> VALUES ('34');
> CREATE TABLE i (
>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
> );
> INSERT INTO i
> VALUES (12);
> INSERT INTO i
> VALUES (34);
> CREATE TABLE e (
>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
> );
> -- Original query
> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
> from t t1,
>      i i
> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
> -- Buggy query
> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
> from t t1,
>      i i,
>      t vucjp
> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>
> The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result for the
> first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.
I get 12|12 for both query.

18:00:22.46>sqlite3
SQLite version 3.30.1 2019-10-10 20:19:45
Enter ".help" for usage hints.
Connected to a transient in-memory database.
Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
   ...>   textid TEXT
   ...> );
sqlite> INSERT INTO t
   ...> VALUES ('12');
sqlite> INSERT INTO t
   ...> VALUES ('34');
sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
   ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
   ...> );
sqlite> INSERT INTO i
   ...> VALUES (12);
sqlite> INSERT INTO i
   ...> VALUES (34);
sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
   ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
   ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
   ...> );
sqlite> -- Original query
sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
   ...> from t t1,
   ...>      i i
   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
12|12
sqlite> -- Buggy query
sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
   ...> from t t1,
   ...>      i i,
   ...>      t vucjp
   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
   ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
12|12
sqlite>

Maybe I am not following your steps, but as you can see above, I am getting the same for both.

josé
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Xinyue Chen
Hi josé,

This bug is found in 3.31.1 but you are running it in 3.30.1.

Best,
Xinyue Chen

On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 3:36 PM Jose Isaias Cabrera <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Xinyue Chen, on Monday, March 2, 2020 06:21 PM, wrote...
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1
> 2020-01-27.
> > My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have tested in
> > https://sqliteonline.com/.
> >
> > CREATE TABLE t (
> >   textid TEXT
> > );
> > INSERT INTO t
> > VALUES ('12');
> > INSERT INTO t
> > VALUES ('34');
> > CREATE TABLE i (
> >   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
> > );
> > INSERT INTO i
> > VALUES (12);
> > INSERT INTO i
> > VALUES (34);
> > CREATE TABLE e (
> >   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
> >   y TEXT                NOT NULL
> > );
> > -- Original query
> > select t1.textid a, i.intid b
> > from t t1,
> >      i i
> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
> > -- Buggy query
> > select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
> > from t t1,
> >      i i,
> >      t vucjp
> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
> > vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
> >
> > The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result for
> the
> > first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.
> I get 12|12 for both query.
>
> 18:00:22.46>sqlite3
> SQLite version 3.30.1 2019-10-10 20:19:45
> Enter ".help" for usage hints.
> Connected to a transient in-memory database.
> Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
>    ...>   textid TEXT
>    ...> );
> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>    ...> VALUES ('12');
> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>    ...> VALUES ('34');
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
>    ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>    ...> );
> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>    ...> VALUES (12);
> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>    ...> VALUES (34);
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
>    ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>    ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>    ...> );
> sqlite> -- Original query
> sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>    ...> from t t1,
>    ...>      i i
>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
> 12|12
> sqlite> -- Buggy query
> sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>    ...> from t t1,
>    ...>      i i,
>    ...>      t vucjp
>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
>    ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
> 12|12
> sqlite>
>
> Maybe I am not following your steps, but as you can see above, I am
> getting the same for both.
>
> josé
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Jose Isaias Cabrera-4

Right, Yinyue.  Apologies.  I actually thought I had built it.  Thanks.


________________________________
From: sqlite-users <[hidden email]> on behalf of Xinyue Chen <[hidden email]>
Sent: Monday, March 2, 2020 06:40 PM
To: SQLite mailing list <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [sqlite] Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Hi josé,

This bug is found in 3.31.1 but you are running it in 3.30.1.

Best,
Xinyue Chen

On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 3:36 PM Jose Isaias Cabrera <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Xinyue Chen, on Monday, March 2, 2020 06:21 PM, wrote...
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1
> 2020-01-27.
> > My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have tested in
> > https://sqliteonline.com/.
> >
> > CREATE TABLE t (
> >   textid TEXT
> > );
> > INSERT INTO t
> > VALUES ('12');
> > INSERT INTO t
> > VALUES ('34');
> > CREATE TABLE i (
> >   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
> > );
> > INSERT INTO i
> > VALUES (12);
> > INSERT INTO i
> > VALUES (34);
> > CREATE TABLE e (
> >   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
> >   y TEXT                NOT NULL
> > );
> > -- Original query
> > select t1.textid a, i.intid b
> > from t t1,
> >      i i
> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
> > -- Buggy query
> > select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
> > from t t1,
> >      i i,
> >      t vucjp
> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
> > vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
> >
> > The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result for
> the
> > first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.
> I get 12|12 for both query.
>
> 18:00:22.46>sqlite3
> SQLite version 3.30.1 2019-10-10 20:19:45
> Enter ".help" for usage hints.
> Connected to a transient in-memory database.
> Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
>    ...>   textid TEXT
>    ...> );
> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>    ...> VALUES ('12');
> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>    ...> VALUES ('34');
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
>    ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>    ...> );
> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>    ...> VALUES (12);
> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>    ...> VALUES (34);
> sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
>    ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>    ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>    ...> );
> sqlite> -- Original query
> sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>    ...> from t t1,
>    ...>      i i
>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
> 12|12
> sqlite> -- Buggy query
> sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>    ...> from t t1,
>    ...>      i i,
>    ...>      t vucjp
>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
>    ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
> 12|12
> sqlite>
>
> Maybe I am not following your steps, but as you can see above, I am
> getting the same for both.
>
> josé
> _______________________________________________
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Keith Medcalf
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No reproduco

SQLite version 3.32.0 2020-03-02 22:04:51
Enter ".help" for usage hints.
Connected to a transient in-memory database.
Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
   ...>   textid TEXT
   ...> );
sqlite> INSERT INTO t
   ...> VALUES ('12');
sqlite> INSERT INTO t
   ...> VALUES ('34');
sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
   ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
   ...> );
sqlite> INSERT INTO i
   ...> VALUES (12);
sqlite> INSERT INTO i
   ...> VALUES (34);
sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
   ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
   ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
   ...> );
sqlite> -- Original query
sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
   ...> from t t1,
   ...>      i i
   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
12|12
sqlite> -- Buggy query
sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
   ...> from t t1,
   ...>      i i,
   ...>      t vucjp
   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
   ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
12|12



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>-----Original Message-----
>From: sqlite-users <[hidden email]> On
>Behalf Of Xinyue Chen
>Sent: Monday, 2 March, 2020 16:41
>To: SQLite mailing list <[hidden email]>
>Subject: Re: [sqlite] Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1
>
>Hi josé,
>
>This bug is found in 3.31.1 but you are running it in 3.30.1.
>
>Best,
>Xinyue Chen
>
>On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 3:36 PM Jose Isaias Cabrera <[hidden email]>
>wrote:
>
>> Xinyue Chen, on Monday, March 2, 2020 06:21 PM, wrote...
>> >
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1
>> 2020-01-27.
>> > My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have
>tested in
>> > https://sqliteonline.com/.
>> >
>> > CREATE TABLE t (
>> >   textid TEXT
>> > );
>> > INSERT INTO t
>> > VALUES ('12');
>> > INSERT INTO t
>> > VALUES ('34');
>> > CREATE TABLE i (
>> >   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>> > );
>> > INSERT INTO i
>> > VALUES (12);
>> > INSERT INTO i
>> > VALUES (34);
>> > CREATE TABLE e (
>> >   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>> >   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>> > );
>> > -- Original query
>> > select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>> > from t t1,
>> >      i i
>> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
>> > -- Buggy query
>> > select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>> > from t t1,
>> >      i i,
>> >      t vucjp
>> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
>> > vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>> >
>> > The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result
>for
>> the
>> > first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.
>> I get 12|12 for both query.
>>
>> 18:00:22.46>sqlite3
>> SQLite version 3.30.1 2019-10-10 20:19:45
>> Enter ".help" for usage hints.
>> Connected to a transient in-memory database.
>> Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
>>    ...>   textid TEXT
>>    ...> );
>> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>>    ...> VALUES ('12');
>> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>>    ...> VALUES ('34');
>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
>>    ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>>    ...> );
>> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>>    ...> VALUES (12);
>> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>>    ...> VALUES (34);
>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
>>    ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>>    ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>>    ...> );
>> sqlite> -- Original query
>> sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>    ...> from t t1,
>>    ...>      i i
>>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
>> 12|12
>> sqlite> -- Buggy query
>> sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>    ...> from t t1,
>>    ...>      i i,
>>    ...>      t vucjp
>>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and
>(t1.textid =
>>    ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>> 12|12
>> sqlite>
>>
>> Maybe I am not following your steps, but as you can see above, I am
>> getting the same for both.
>>
>> josé
>> _______________________________________________
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>> http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users
>>
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Keith Medcalf

Perhaps this is the same constant propagation bug that was fixed recently?

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>-----Original Message-----
>From: sqlite-users <[hidden email]> On
>Behalf Of Keith Medcalf
>Sent: Monday, 2 March, 2020 17:02
>To: SQLite mailing list <[hidden email]>
>Subject: Re: [sqlite] Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1
>
>
>No reproduco
>
>SQLite version 3.32.0 2020-03-02 22:04:51
>Enter ".help" for usage hints.
>Connected to a transient in-memory database.
>Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
>sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
>   ...>   textid TEXT
>   ...> );
>sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>   ...> VALUES ('12');
>sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>   ...> VALUES ('34');
>sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
>   ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>   ...> );
>sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>   ...> VALUES (12);
>sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>   ...> VALUES (34);
>sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
>   ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>   ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>   ...> );
>sqlite> -- Original query
>sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>   ...> from t t1,
>   ...>      i i
>   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
>12|12
>sqlite> -- Buggy query
>sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>   ...> from t t1,
>   ...>      i i,
>   ...>      t vucjp
>   ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid
>=
>   ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>12|12
>
>
>
>--
>The fact that there's a Highway to Hell but only a Stairway to Heaven
>says a lot about anticipated traffic volume.
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: sqlite-users <[hidden email]> On
>>Behalf Of Xinyue Chen
>>Sent: Monday, 2 March, 2020 16:41
>>To: SQLite mailing list <[hidden email]>
>>Subject: Re: [sqlite] Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1
>>
>>Hi josé,
>>
>>This bug is found in 3.31.1 but you are running it in 3.30.1.
>>
>>Best,
>>Xinyue Chen
>>
>>On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 3:36 PM Jose Isaias Cabrera <[hidden email]>
>>wrote:
>>
>>> Xinyue Chen, on Monday, March 2, 2020 06:21 PM, wrote...
>>> >
>>> > Hi,
>>> >
>>> > I found a bug in the most recent SQLite release version 3.31.1
>>> 2020-01-27.
>>> > My initial test environment is macOS 10.14.6 (18G87) and I have
>>tested in
>>> > https://sqliteonline.com/.
>>> >
>>> > CREATE TABLE t (
>>> >   textid TEXT
>>> > );
>>> > INSERT INTO t
>>> > VALUES ('12');
>>> > INSERT INTO t
>>> > VALUES ('34');
>>> > CREATE TABLE i (
>>> >   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>>> > );
>>> > INSERT INTO i
>>> > VALUES (12);
>>> > INSERT INTO i
>>> > VALUES (34);
>>> > CREATE TABLE e (
>>> >   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>>> >   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>>> > );
>>> > -- Original query
>>> > select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>> > from t t1,
>>> >      i i
>>> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
>>> > -- Buggy query
>>> > select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>> > from t t1,
>>> >      i i,
>>> >      t vucjp
>>> > where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and (t1.textid =
>>> > vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>>> >
>>> > The results for the two queries should be the same, but the result
>>for
>>> the
>>> > first one is 12|12 and for the second one is 12|12, 34|12.
>>> I get 12|12 for both query.
>>>
>>> 18:00:22.46>sqlite3
>>> SQLite version 3.30.1 2019-10-10 20:19:45
>>> Enter ".help" for usage hints.
>>> Connected to a transient in-memory database.
>>> Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database.
>>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE t (
>>>    ...>   textid TEXT
>>>    ...> );
>>> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>>>    ...> VALUES ('12');
>>> sqlite> INSERT INTO t
>>>    ...> VALUES ('34');
>>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE i (
>>>    ...>   intid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY
>>>    ...> );
>>> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>>>    ...> VALUES (12);
>>> sqlite> INSERT INTO i
>>>    ...> VALUES (34);
>>> sqlite> CREATE TABLE e (
>>>    ...>   x INTEGER PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL,
>>>    ...>   y TEXT                NOT NULL
>>>    ...> );
>>> sqlite> -- Original query
>>> sqlite> select t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>>    ...> from t t1,
>>>    ...>      i i
>>>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12));
>>> 12|12
>>> sqlite> -- Buggy query
>>> sqlite> select distinct t1.textid a, i.intid b
>>>    ...> from t t1,
>>>    ...>      i i,
>>>    ...>      t vucjp
>>>    ...> where ((t1.textid = i.intid) and (t1.textid = 12) and
>>(t1.textid =
>>>    ...> vucjp.textid) and (t1.textid = vucjp.textid));
>>> 12|12
>>> sqlite>
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>>> Maybe I am not following your steps, but as you can see above, I am
>>> getting the same for both.
>>>
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Re: Report bug found in SQLite version 3.31.1

Richard Hipp-3
On 3/2/20, Keith Medcalf <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Perhaps this is the same constant propagation bug that was fixed recently?
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So it seems.  https://sqlite.org/src/timeline?bid=ya65c8d4e26n3bfa9cc97dn7d8dcfb95cy14d14eb537y109ee07433nabfb043ebbne0c6b8bdb7yc9a8defcef
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