package SQL::Translator::Parser::Excel;

=head1 NAME

SQL::Translator::Parser::Excel - parser for Excel

=head1 SYNOPSIS

  use SQL::Translator;

  my $translator = SQL::Translator->new;
  $translator->parser('Excel');

=head1 DESCRIPTION

Parses an Excel spreadsheet file using Spreadsheet::ParseExcel.

=head1 OPTIONS

=over

=item * scan_fields

Indicates that the columns should be scanned to determine data types
and field sizes.  True by default.

=back

=cut

use strict;
use warnings;
our ($DEBUG, @EXPORT_OK);
$DEBUG = 0 unless defined $DEBUG;
our $VERSION = '1.60';

use Spreadsheet::ParseExcel;
use Exporter;
use SQL::Translator::Utils qw(debug normalize_name);

use base qw(Exporter);

@EXPORT_OK = qw(parse);

my %ET_to_ST  = (
    'Text'    => 'VARCHAR',
    'Date'    => 'DATETIME',
    'Numeric' => 'DOUBLE',
);

# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# parse($tr, $data)
#
# Note that $data, in the case of this parser, is unuseful.
# Spreadsheet::ParseExcel works on files, not data streams.
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
sub parse {
    my ($tr, $data) = @_;
    my $args        = $tr->parser_args;
    my $filename    = $tr->filename || return;
    my $wb          = Spreadsheet::ParseExcel::Workbook->Parse( $filename );
    my $schema      = $tr->schema;
    my $table_no    = 0;

    my $wb_count = $wb->{'SheetCount'} || 0;
    for my $num ( 0 .. $wb_count - 1 ) {
        $table_no++;
        my $ws         = $wb->Worksheet( $num );
        my $table_name = normalize_name( $ws->{'Name'} || "Table$table_no" );

        my @cols = $ws->ColRange;
        next unless $cols[1] > 0;

        my $table = $schema->add_table( name => $table_name );

        my @field_names = ();
        for my $col ( $cols[0] .. $cols[1] ) {
            my $cell      = $ws->Cell(0, $col);
            my $col_name  = normalize_name( $cell->{'Val'} );
            my $data_type = ET_to_ST( $cell->{'Type'} );
            push @field_names, $col_name;

            my $field = $table->add_field(
                name              => $col_name,
                data_type         => $data_type,
                default_value     => '',
                size              => 255,
                is_nullable       => 1,
                is_auto_increment => undef,
            ) or die $table->error;

            if ( $col == 0 ) {
                $table->primary_key( $field->name );
                $field->is_primary_key(1);
            }
        }

        #
        # If directed, look at every field's values to guess size and type.
        #
        unless (
            defined $args->{'scan_fields'} &&
            $args->{'scan_fields'} == 0
        ) {
            my %field_info = map { $_, {} } @field_names;

            for(
                my $iR = $ws->{'MinRow'} == 0 ? 1 : $ws->{'MinRow'};
                defined $ws->{'MaxRow'} && $iR <= $ws->{'MaxRow'};
                $iR++
            ) {
               for (
                    my $iC = $ws->{'MinCol'};
                    defined $ws->{'MaxCol'} && $iC <= $ws->{'MaxCol'};
                    $iC++
                ) {
                    my $field = $field_names[ $iC ];
                    my $data  = $ws->{'Cells'}[ $iR ][ $iC ]->{'_Value'};
                    next if !defined $data || $data eq '';
                    my $size  = [ length $data ];
                    my $type;

                    if ( $data =~ /^-?\d+$/ ) {
                        $type = 'integer';
                    }
                    elsif (
                        $data =~ /^-?[,\d]+\.[\d+]?$/
                        ||
                        $data =~ /^-?[,\d]+?\.\d+$/
                        ||
                        $data =~ /^-?\.\d+$/
                    ) {
                        $type = 'float';
                        my ( $w, $d ) =
                            map { s/,//g; length $_ || 1 }
                            split( /\./, $data )
                        ;
                        $size = [ $w + $d, $d ];
                    }
                    else {
                        $type = 'char';
                    }

                    for my $i ( 0, 1 ) {
                        next unless defined $size->[ $i ];
                        my $fsize = $field_info{ $field }{'size'}[ $i ] || 0;
                        if ( $size->[ $i ] > $fsize ) {
                            $field_info{ $field }{'size'}[ $i ] = $size->[ $i ];
                        }
                    }

                    $field_info{ $field }{ $type }++;
                }
            }

            for my $field ( keys %field_info ) {
                my $size      = $field_info{ $field }{'size'} || [ 1 ];
                my $data_type =
                    $field_info{ $field }{'char'}    ? 'char'    :
                    $field_info{ $field }{'float'}   ? 'float'   :
                    $field_info{ $field }{'integer'} ? 'integer' : 'char';

                if ( $data_type eq 'char' && scalar @$size == 2 ) {
                    $size = [ $size->[0] + $size->[1] ];
                }

                my $field = $table->get_field( $field );
                $field->size( $size ) if $size;
                $field->data_type( $data_type );
            }
        }
    }

    return 1;
}

sub ET_to_ST {
    my $et = shift;
    $ET_to_ST{$et} || $ET_to_ST{'Text'};
}

1;

# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# Education is an admirable thing,
# but it is as well to remember that
# nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.
# Oscar Wilde
# -------------------------------------------------------------------

=pod

=head1 AUTHORS

Mike Mellilo <mmelillo@users.sourceforge.net>,
darren chamberlain E<lt>dlc@users.sourceforge.netE<gt>,
Ken Y. Clark E<lt>kclark@cpan.orgE<gt>.

=head1 SEE ALSO

Spreadsheet::ParseExcel, SQL::Translator.

=cut