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Execute arbitrary Query
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Execute an arbitrary query on a PostgreSQL resource, more at: https://www.windmill.dev/docs/getting_started/scripts_quickstart/sql

Created by henri186 35 days ago Viewed 3104 times
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Submitted by henri186 Python3
Verified 35 days ago
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from typing import TypedDict, Dict, Any
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import psycopg2
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# Define the PostgreSQL resource type as specified
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class postgresql(TypedDict):
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    host: str
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    port: int
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    user: str
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    dbname: str
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    sslmode: str
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    password: str
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    root_certificate_pem: str
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def main(query: str, db_config: postgresql) -> Dict[str, Any]:
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    # Connect to the PostgreSQL database
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    conn = psycopg2.connect(
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        host=db_config["host"],
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        port=db_config["port"],
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        user=db_config["user"],
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        password=db_config["password"],
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        dbname=db_config["dbname"],
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        sslmode=db_config["sslmode"],
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        sslrootcert=db_config["root_certificate_pem"],
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    )
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    # Create a cursor object
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    cur = conn.cursor()
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    # Execute the query
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    cur.execute(query)
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    # Fetch all rows from the last executed statement
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    rows = cur.fetchall()
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    # Close the cursor and connection
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    cur.close()
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    conn.close()
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    # Convert the rows to a list of dictionaries to make it more readable
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    columns = [desc[0] for desc in cur.description]
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    result = [dict(zip(columns, row)) for row in rows]
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    return result