source: trunk/npemap.org.uk/schema_postgres.sql @ 168

Last change on this file since 168 was 168, checked in by Dominic Hargreaves, 14 years ago

Add a deleted column

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1-- NPE postcode collector schema
2
3
4-- Different Sources of the Postcode
5CREATE SEQUENCE s_sources;
6CREATE TABLE sources (
7        id integer NOT NULL DEFAULT NEXTVAL('s_sources'),
8        name character varying(30) NOT NULL,
9        CONSTRAINT pk_sources PRIMARY KEY (id)
10);
11INSERT INTO sources VALUES (0, 'NPE Postcode web submission');
12INSERT INTO sources VALUES (1, 'FreeThePostcode.org Importer');
13SELECT SETVAL('s_sources',1);
14
15
16-- ID sequence
17--  so we can have a unique way to reference a postcode submission
18CREATE SEQUENCE s_postcodes;
19
20-- Our submitted postcodes
21CREATE TABLE postcodes (
22        id integer NOT NULL DEFAULT NEXTVAL('s_postcodes'),
23    outward character varying(5) NOT NULL,
24    inward character varying(3),
25    raw_postcode_outward character varying(30) NOT NULL,
26    raw_postcode_inward character varying(30),
27    easting integer NOT NULL,
28    northing integer NOT NULL,
29    ip inet,
30    created_at timestamp without time zone NOT NULL default NOW(),
31    source integer NOT NULL,
32    deleted boolean NOT NULL default 'f',
33
34        CONSTRAINT pk_postcode PRIMARY KEY (id),
35        CONSTRAINT fk_postcode_source FOREIGN KEY (source) REFERENCES sources (id)
36);
37
38-- Bad postcode reports
39CREATE TABLE bad_postcodes (
40    postcode integer NOT NULL,
41    ip inet,
42    reason character varying,
43    reporter_email character varying,
44    created_at timestamp without time zone NOT NULL default NOW(),
45
46    CONSTRAINT fk_postcode_id FOREIGN KEY (postcode) REFERENCES postcodes (id)
47);
48
49-- Interest in future plans
50CREATE TABLE interest (
51    email character varying,
52    scotland boolean default false,
53    northernireland boolean default false,
54    ip inet,
55    created_at timestamp without time zone NOT NULL default NOW()
56);
57
58CREATE INDEX postcode_easting ON postcodes (easting);
59CREATE INDEX postcode_northing ON postcodes (northing);
60CREATE INDEX postcode_outward ON postcodes (outward);
61CREATE INDEX postcode_postcode ON postcodes (outward,inward);
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