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Source code for examples.dogpile_caching.relationship_caching

"""Illustrates how to add cache options on
relationship endpoints, so that lazyloads load from cache.

Load a set of Person and Address objects, specifying that
related PostalCode, City, Country objects should be pulled from long
term cache.

"""
import os

from sqlalchemy.orm import joinedload
from .environment import root
from .environment import Session
from .model import cache_address_bits
from .model import Person


for p in Session.query(Person).options(
    joinedload(Person.addresses), cache_address_bits
):
    print(p.format_full())


print(
    "\n\nIf this was the first run of relationship_caching.py, "
    "SQL was likely emitted to "
    "load postal codes, cities, countries.\n"
    "If run a second time, assuming the cache is still valid, "
    "only a single SQL statement will run - all "
    "related data is pulled from cache.\n"
    "To clear the cache, delete the file %r.  \n"
    "This will cause a re-load of cities, postal codes and countries on "
    "the next run.\n" % os.path.join(root, "cache.dbm")
)