Commit e96b3df0 authored by Fernando Miño's avatar Fernando Miño Committed by Nuno Oliveira
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[GEOS-9088] OR performance issue with complex subqueries on app-schema with postgis datasource

parent 7426e45f
......@@ -83,3 +83,27 @@ Much like joining support, native encoding of nested filters is turned on by def
Or, alternatively, by setting the value of the Java System Property "app-schema.encodeNestedFilters" to "false", for example ::
java -DGEOSERVER_DATA_DIR=... -Dapp-schema.encodeNestedFilters=false Start
UNION performance improvement for OR conditions
OR conditions are difficult to optimize for postgresql and are usually slow. App-Schema improves OR condition performance using UNION clauses instead OR for nested filter subqueries.
With UNION improvement enabled main OR binary operator on nested filter subquery will rebuild normal OR query like::
SELECT id, name FROM table WHERE name = "A" OR name = "B"
SELECT id, name FROM table WHERE name = "A" UNION SELECT id, name FROM table WHERE name = "B"
UNION improvement is enabled by default, and it is disabled by adding to your file the line ::
app-schema.orUnionReplace = false
Or, alternatively, by setting the value of the Java System Property "app-schema.orUnionReplace" to "false", for example ::
java -DGEOSERVER_DATA_DIR=... -Dapp-schema.orUnionReplace=false Start
.. note::
This optimization will only be applied when a PostgresSQL database is being used.
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......@@ -17,6 +17,7 @@ import org.geotools.appschema.filter.FilterFactoryImplNamespaceAware;
import org.geotools.appschema.jdbc.NestedFilterToSQL;
......@@ -534,6 +535,15 @@ public class SimpleAttributeFeatureChainWfsTest extends AbstractAppSchemaTestSup
// "appschematest"."MAPPEDFEATUREWITHNESTEDNAME"."ID" = "chain_link_1"."MF_ID"))
assertTrue(encodedCombined.matches("^\\(.*GUNTHORPE FORMATION.*OR.*EXISTS.*\\)$"));
assertContainsFeatures(fs.getFeatures(combined), "mf1", "mf3");
// test UNION improvement off
.setProperty("app-schema.orUnionReplace", "false");
try {
assertContainsFeatures(fs.getFeatures(combined), "mf1", "mf3");
} finally {
.setProperty("app-schema.orUnionReplace", "true");
* test filter comparing multiple nested attributes
......@@ -560,6 +570,42 @@ public class SimpleAttributeFeatureChainWfsTest extends AbstractAppSchemaTestSup
assertContainsFeatures(fs.getFeatures(notEquals), "mf1", "mf2", "mf3", "mf4");
/** Checks a nested OR condition with UNION improvement on and off */
public void testUnionImprovement() throws IOException, FilterToSQLException {
FeatureTypeInfo ftInfo = getCatalog().getFeatureTypeByName("gsml", "MappedFeature");
FeatureSource fs = ftInfo.getFeatureSource(new NullProgressListener(), null);
AppSchemaDataAccess da = (AppSchemaDataAccess) fs.getDataStore();
FeatureTypeMapping rootMapping = da.getMappingByNameOrElement(ftInfo.getQualifiedName());
// make sure nested filters encoding is enabled, otherwise skip test
JDBCDataStore store = (JDBCDataStore) rootMapping.getSource().getDataStore();
NestedFilterToSQL nestedFilterToSQL = createNestedFilterEncoder(rootMapping);
FilterFactoryImplNamespaceAware ff = new FilterFactoryImplNamespaceAware();
PropertyIsEqualTo regularFilter =
ff.equals("gml:name[2]"), ff.literal("nameone 2"));
PropertyIsEqualTo nestedFilter =
ff.equals("gml:name[2]"), ff.literal("nameone 4"));
Or combined = ff.or(regularFilter, nestedFilter);
assertContainsFeatures(fs.getFeatures(combined), "mf2", "mf3");
// set improvement to off
.setProperty("app-schema.orUnionReplace", "false");
try {
FeatureTypeInfo ftInfo1 = getCatalog().getFeatureTypeByName("gsml", "MappedFeature");
FeatureSource fs1 = ftInfo.getFeatureSource(new NullProgressListener(), null);
assertContainsFeatures(fs1.getFeatures(combined), "mf2", "mf3");
} finally {
.setProperty("app-schema.orUnionReplace", "true");
private void checkMf1(Document doc) {
assertXpathCount(4, "//gsml:MappedFeature[@gml:id='gsml.mappedfeature.mf1']/gml:name", doc);
// gml:name with values coming from the main table
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