Thursday, February 19, 2015

Reset Auto Increment IDs.

Reset Auto Increment IDs.
update all auto increment columns in a database to the smallest possible value based on current values in the databases. We needed to do this after cleaning out a database.
Use a Prepared Statement within a Stored Procedure:
drop PROCEDURE if exists reset_autoincrement;
DELIMITER //
CREATE PROCEDURE reset_autoincrement (IN schemaName varchar(255))
 BEGIN
    DECLARE done INT DEFAULT FALSE;
    DECLARE o_name VARCHAR(255);
    DECLARE o_table VARCHAR(255);
    DECLARE cur1 CURSOR FOR SELECT COLUMN_NAME, TABLE_NAME FROM information_schema.`COLUMNS` WHERE extra LIKE '%auto_increment%' and table_schema=schemaName;
    DECLARE CONTINUE HANDLER FOR NOT FOUND SET done = TRUE;
    OPEN cur1;
    read_loop: LOOP
     FETCH cur1 INTO o_name, o_table;

     IF done THEN
       LEAVE read_loop;
     END IF;

  set @qry1 = concat('SELECT MAX(`',o_name,'`) + 1 as autoincrement FROM `',o_table,'` INTO @ai'); 
  PREPARE stmt1 FROM @qry1;
  EXECUTE stmt1;

  IF @ai IS NOT NULL THEN
      SELECT  o_name, o_table;
   select @qry1;
   select @ai;
   set @qry2 = concat('ALTER TABLE `',o_table,'` AUTO_INCREMENT = ', @ai);
   select @qry2;
   PREPARE stmt2 FROM @qry2;
   EXECUTE stmt2;
  END IF;

    END LOOP;

    CLOSE cur1;
 END //
DELIMITER ;


call reset_autoincrement('my_schema_name');