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Transactions et écritures groupées

Cloud Firestore prend en charge les opérations atomiques pour la lecture et l'écriture de données. Dans un ensemble d'opérations atomiques, soit toutes les opérations réussissent, soit aucune n'est appliquée. Il existe deux types d'opérations atomiques dans Cloud Firestore :

  • Transactions: une transaction est un ensemble d'opérations de lecture et d' écriture sur un ou plusieurs documents.
  • Batched écrit: une écriture batched est un ensemble d'opérations d'écriture sur un ou plusieurs documents.

Chaque transaction ou lot d'écritures peut écrire jusqu'à 500 documents. Pour d' autres limites liées aux écritures, voir Quotas et limites .

Mise à jour des données avec les transactions

À l'aide des bibliothèques clientes Cloud Firestore, vous pouvez regrouper plusieurs opérations en une seule transaction. Les transactions sont utiles lorsque vous souhaitez mettre à jour la valeur d'un champ en fonction de sa valeur actuelle ou de la valeur d'un autre champ.

Une transaction consiste en un certain nombre de get() opérations suivies par un certain nombre d'opérations d'écriture telles que set() , update() à delete() update() ou delete() . Dans le cas d'une modification simultanée, Cloud Firestore exécute à nouveau l'intégralité de la transaction. Par exemple, si une transaction lit des documents et qu'un autre client modifie l'un de ces documents, Cloud Firestore relance la transaction. Cette fonctionnalité garantit que la transaction s'exécute sur des données à jour et cohérentes.

Les transactions n'appliquent jamais partiellement les écritures. Toutes les écritures s'exécutent à la fin d'une transaction réussie.

Lorsque vous utilisez des transactions, notez que :

  • Les opérations de lecture doivent précéder les opérations d'écriture.
  • Une fonction appelant une transaction (fonction de transaction) peut s'exécuter plusieurs fois si une modification simultanée affecte un document lu par la transaction.
  • Les fonctions de transaction ne doivent pas modifier directement l'état de l'application.
  • Les transactions échoueront lorsque le client est hors ligne.

L'exemple suivant montre comment créer et exécuter une transaction :

Web version 9

import { runTransaction } from "firebase/firestore";

try {
  await runTransaction(db, async (transaction) => {
    const sfDoc = await transaction.get(sfDocRef);
    if (!sfDoc.exists()) {
      throw "Document does not exist!";
    }

    const newPopulation = sfDoc.data().population + 1;
    transaction.update(sfDocRef, { population: newPopulation });
  });
  console.log("Transaction successfully committed!");
} catch (e) {
  console.log("Transaction failed: ", e);
}

Web version 8

// Create a reference to the SF doc.
var sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").doc("SF");

// Uncomment to initialize the doc.
// sfDocRef.set({ population: 0 });

return db.runTransaction((transaction) => {
    // This code may get re-run multiple times if there are conflicts.
    return transaction.get(sfDocRef).then((sfDoc) => {
        if (!sfDoc.exists) {
            throw "Document does not exist!";
        }

        // Add one person to the city population.
        // Note: this could be done without a transaction
        //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
        var newPopulation = sfDoc.data().population + 1;
        transaction.update(sfDocRef, { population: newPopulation });
    });
}).then(() => {
    console.log("Transaction successfully committed!");
}).catch((error) => {
    console.log("Transaction failed: ", error);
});
Rapide
let sfReference = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

db.runTransaction({ (transaction, errorPointer) -> Any? in
    let sfDocument: DocumentSnapshot
    do {
        try sfDocument = transaction.getDocument(sfReference)
    } catch let fetchError as NSError {
        errorPointer?.pointee = fetchError
        return nil
    }

    guard let oldPopulation = sfDocument.data()?["population"] as? Int else {
        let error = NSError(
            domain: "AppErrorDomain",
            code: -1,
            userInfo: [
                NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: "Unable to retrieve population from snapshot \(sfDocument)"
            ]
        )
        errorPointer?.pointee = error
        return nil
    }

    // Note: this could be done without a transaction
    //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
    transaction.updateData(["population": oldPopulation + 1], forDocument: sfReference)
    return nil
}) { (object, error) in
    if let error = error {
        print("Transaction failed: \(error)")
    } else {
        print("Transaction successfully committed!")
    }
}
Objectif c
FIRDocumentReference *sfReference =
    [[self.db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"SF"];
[self.db runTransactionWithBlock:^id (FIRTransaction *transaction, NSError **errorPointer) {
  FIRDocumentSnapshot *sfDocument = [transaction getDocument:sfReference error:errorPointer];
  if (*errorPointer != nil) { return nil; }

  if (![sfDocument.data[@"population"] isKindOfClass:[NSNumber class]]) {
    *errorPointer = [NSError errorWithDomain:@"AppErrorDomain" code:-1 userInfo:@{
      NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: @"Unable to retreive population from snapshot"
    }];
    return nil;
  }
  NSInteger oldPopulation = [sfDocument.data[@"population"] integerValue];

  // Note: this could be done without a transaction
  //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
  [transaction updateData:@{ @"population": @(oldPopulation + 1) } forDocument:sfReference];

  return nil;
} completion:^(id result, NSError *error) {
  if (error != nil) {
    NSLog(@"Transaction failed: %@", error);
  } else {
    NSLog(@"Transaction successfully committed!");
  }
}];

Java

final DocumentReference sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");

db.runTransaction(new Transaction.Function<Void>() {
    @Override
    public Void apply(Transaction transaction) throws FirebaseFirestoreException {
        DocumentSnapshot snapshot = transaction.get(sfDocRef);

        // Note: this could be done without a transaction
        //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
        double newPopulation = snapshot.getDouble("population") + 1;
        transaction.update(sfDocRef, "population", newPopulation);

        // Success
        return null;
    }
}).addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<Void>() {
    @Override
    public void onSuccess(Void aVoid) {
        Log.d(TAG, "Transaction success!");
    }
})
.addOnFailureListener(new OnFailureListener() {
    @Override
    public void onFailure(@NonNull Exception e) {
        Log.w(TAG, "Transaction failure.", e);
    }
});

Kotlin+KTX

val sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

db.runTransaction { transaction ->
    val snapshot = transaction.get(sfDocRef)

    // Note: this could be done without a transaction
    //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
    val newPopulation = snapshot.getDouble("population")!! + 1
    transaction.update(sfDocRef, "population", newPopulation)

    // Success
    null
}.addOnSuccessListener { Log.d(TAG, "Transaction success!") }
        .addOnFailureListener { e -> Log.w(TAG, "Transaction failure.", e) }
Java
// Initialize doc
final DocumentReference docRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");
City city = new City("SF");
city.setCountry("USA");
city.setPopulation(860000L);
docRef.set(city).get();

// run an asynchronous transaction
ApiFuture<Void> futureTransaction = db.runTransaction(transaction -> {
  // retrieve document and increment population field
  DocumentSnapshot snapshot = transaction.get(docRef).get();
  long oldPopulation = snapshot.getLong("population");
  transaction.update(docRef, "population", oldPopulation + 1);
  return null;
});
// block on transaction operation using transaction.get()
Python
transaction = db.transaction()
city_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'SF')

@firestore.transactional
def update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref):
    snapshot = city_ref.get(transaction=transaction)
    transaction.update(city_ref, {
        u'population': snapshot.get(u'population') + 1
    })

update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref)

Python

transaction = db.transaction()
city_ref = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

@firestore.async_transactional
async def update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref):
    snapshot = await city_ref.get(transaction=transaction)
    transaction.update(city_ref, {"population": snapshot.get("population") + 1})

await update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref)
C++
DocumentReference sf_doc_ref = db->Collection("cities").Document("SF");
db->RunTransaction([sf_doc_ref](Transaction& transaction,
                                std::string& out_error_message) -> Error {
    Error error = Error::kErrorOk;

    DocumentSnapshot snapshot =
        transaction.Get(sf_doc_ref, &error, &out_error_message);

    // Note: this could be done without a transaction by updating the
    // population using FieldValue::Increment().
    std::int64_t new_population =
        snapshot.Get("population").integer_value() + 1;
    transaction.Update(
        sf_doc_ref,
        {{"population", FieldValue::Integer(new_population)}});

    return Error::kErrorOk;
  }).OnCompletion([](const Future<void>& future) {
  if (future.error() == Error::kErrorOk) {
    std::cout << "Transaction success!\n";
  } else {
    std::cout << "Transaction failure: " << future.error_message() << '\n';
  }
});
Node.js
// Initialize document
const cityRef = db.collection('cities').doc('SF');
await cityRef.set({
  name: 'San Francisco',
  state: 'CA',
  country: 'USA',
  capital: false,
  population: 860000
});

try {
  await db.runTransaction(async (t) => {
    const doc = await t.get(cityRef);

    // Add one person to the city population.
    // Note: this could be done without a transaction
    //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
    const newPopulation = doc.data().population + 1;
    t.update(cityRef, {population: newPopulation});
  });

  console.log('Transaction success!');
} catch (e) {
  console.log('Transaction failure:', e);
}
Aller
ref := client.Collection("cities").Doc("SF")
err := client.RunTransaction(ctx, func(ctx context.Context, tx *firestore.Transaction) error {
	doc, err := tx.Get(ref) // tx.Get, NOT ref.Get!
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	pop, err := doc.DataAt("population")
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	return tx.Set(ref, map[string]interface{}{
		"population": pop.(int64) + 1,
	}, firestore.MergeAll)
})
if err != nil {
	// Handle any errors appropriately in this section.
	log.Printf("An error has occurred: %s", err)
}
PHP
$cityRef = $db->collection('samples/php/cities')->document('SF');
$db->runTransaction(function (Transaction $transaction) use ($cityRef) {
    $snapshot = $transaction->snapshot($cityRef);
    $newPopulation = $snapshot['population'] + 1;
    $transaction->update($cityRef, [
        ['path' => 'population', 'value' => $newPopulation]
    ]);
});
Unité
DocumentReference cityRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
db.RunTransactionAsync(transaction =>
    {
        return transaction.GetSnapshotAsync(cityRef).ContinueWith((snapshotTask) =>
        {
            DocumentSnapshot snapshot = snapshotTask.Result;
            long newPopulation = snapshot.GetValue<long>("Population") + 1;
            Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
            {
                { "Population", newPopulation}
            };
            transaction.Update(cityRef, updates);
        });
    });
C#
DocumentReference cityRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
await db.RunTransactionAsync(async transaction =>
{
    DocumentSnapshot snapshot = await transaction.GetSnapshotAsync(cityRef);
    long newPopulation = snapshot.GetValue<long>("Population") + 1;
    Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
    {
        { "Population", newPopulation}
    };
    transaction.Update(cityRef, updates);
});
Rubis
city_ref = firestore.doc "#{collection_path}/SF"

firestore.transaction do |tx|
  new_population = tx.get(city_ref).data[:population] + 1
  puts "New population is #{new_population}."
  tx.update city_ref, { population: new_population }
end

Transmettre des informations sur les transactions

Ne modifiez pas l'état de l'application à l'intérieur de vos fonctions de transaction. Cela introduira des problèmes de concurrence, car les fonctions de transaction peuvent s'exécuter plusieurs fois et ne sont pas garanties de s'exécuter sur le thread d'interface utilisateur. Au lieu de cela, transmettez les informations dont vous avez besoin à partir de vos fonctions de transaction. L'exemple suivant s'appuie sur l'exemple précédent pour montrer comment transmettre des informations d'une transaction :

Web version 9

import { doc, runTransaction } from "firebase/firestore";

// Create a reference to the SF doc.
const sfDocRef = doc(db, "cities", "SF");

try {
  const newPopulation = await runTransaction(db, async (transaction) => {
    const sfDoc = await transaction.get(sfDocRef);
    if (!sfDoc.exists()) {
      throw "Document does not exist!";
    }

    const newPop = sfDoc.data().population + 1;
    if (newPop <= 1000000) {
      transaction.update(sfDocRef, { population: newPop });
      return newPop;
    } else {
      return Promise.reject("Sorry! Population is too big");
    }
  });

  console.log("Population increased to ", newPopulation);
} catch (e) {
  // This will be a "population is too big" error.
  console.error(e);
}

Web version 8

// Create a reference to the SF doc.
var sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").doc("SF");

db.runTransaction((transaction) => {
    return transaction.get(sfDocRef).then((sfDoc) => {
        if (!sfDoc.exists) {
            throw "Document does not exist!";
        }

        var newPopulation = sfDoc.data().population + 1;
        if (newPopulation <= 1000000) {
            transaction.update(sfDocRef, { population: newPopulation });
            return newPopulation;
        } else {
            return Promise.reject("Sorry! Population is too big.");
        }
    });
}).then((newPopulation) => {
    console.log("Population increased to ", newPopulation);
}).catch((err) => {
    // This will be an "population is too big" error.
    console.error(err);
});
Rapide
let sfReference = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

db.runTransaction({ (transaction, errorPointer) -> Any? in
    let sfDocument: DocumentSnapshot
    do {
        try sfDocument = transaction.getDocument(sfReference)
    } catch let fetchError as NSError {
        errorPointer?.pointee = fetchError
        return nil
    }

    guard let oldPopulation = sfDocument.data()?["population"] as? Int else {
        let error = NSError(
            domain: "AppErrorDomain",
            code: -1,
            userInfo: [
                NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: "Unable to retrieve population from snapshot \(sfDocument)"
            ]
        )
        errorPointer?.pointee = error
        return nil
    }

    // Note: this could be done without a transaction
    //       by updating the population using FieldValue.increment()
    let newPopulation = oldPopulation + 1
    guard newPopulation <= 1000000 else {
        let error = NSError(
            domain: "AppErrorDomain",
            code: -2,
            userInfo: [NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: "Population \(newPopulation) too big"]
        )
        errorPointer?.pointee = error
        return nil
    }

    transaction.updateData(["population": newPopulation], forDocument: sfReference)
    return newPopulation
}) { (object, error) in
    if let error = error {
        print("Error updating population: \(error)")
    } else {
        print("Population increased to \(object!)")
    }
}
Objectif c
FIRDocumentReference *sfReference =
[[self.db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"SF"];
[self.db runTransactionWithBlock:^id (FIRTransaction *transaction, NSError **errorPointer) {
  FIRDocumentSnapshot *sfDocument = [transaction getDocument:sfReference error:errorPointer];
  if (*errorPointer != nil) { return nil; }

  if (![sfDocument.data[@"population"] isKindOfClass:[NSNumber class]]) {
    *errorPointer = [NSError errorWithDomain:@"AppErrorDomain" code:-1 userInfo:@{
      NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: @"Unable to retreive population from snapshot"
    }];
    return nil;
  }
  NSInteger population = [sfDocument.data[@"population"] integerValue];

  population++;
  if (population >= 1000000) {
    *errorPointer = [NSError errorWithDomain:@"AppErrorDomain" code:-2 userInfo:@{
      NSLocalizedDescriptionKey: @"Population too big"
    }];
    return @(population);
  }

  [transaction updateData:@{ @"population": @(population) } forDocument:sfReference];

  return nil;
} completion:^(id result, NSError *error) {
  if (error != nil) {
    NSLog(@"Transaction failed: %@", error);
  } else {
    NSLog(@"Population increased to %@", result);
  }
}];

Java

final DocumentReference sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");

db.runTransaction(new Transaction.Function<Double>() {
    @Override
    public Double apply(Transaction transaction) throws FirebaseFirestoreException {
        DocumentSnapshot snapshot = transaction.get(sfDocRef);
        double newPopulation = snapshot.getDouble("population") + 1;
        if (newPopulation <= 1000000) {
            transaction.update(sfDocRef, "population", newPopulation);
            return newPopulation;
        } else {
            throw new FirebaseFirestoreException("Population too high",
                    FirebaseFirestoreException.Code.ABORTED);
        }
    }
}).addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<Double>() {
    @Override
    public void onSuccess(Double result) {
        Log.d(TAG, "Transaction success: " + result);
    }
})
.addOnFailureListener(new OnFailureListener() {
    @Override
    public void onFailure(@NonNull Exception e) {
        Log.w(TAG, "Transaction failure.", e);
    }
});

Kotlin+KTX

val sfDocRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

db.runTransaction { transaction ->
    val snapshot = transaction.get(sfDocRef)
    val newPopulation = snapshot.getDouble("population")!! + 1
    if (newPopulation <= 1000000) {
        transaction.update(sfDocRef, "population", newPopulation)
        newPopulation
    } else {
        throw FirebaseFirestoreException("Population too high",
                FirebaseFirestoreException.Code.ABORTED)
    }
}.addOnSuccessListener { result ->
    Log.d(TAG, "Transaction success: $result")
}.addOnFailureListener { e ->
    Log.w(TAG, "Transaction failure.", e)
}
Java
final DocumentReference docRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");
ApiFuture<String> futureTransaction = db.runTransaction(transaction -> {
  DocumentSnapshot snapshot = transaction.get(docRef).get();
  Long newPopulation = snapshot.getLong("population") + 1;
  // conditionally update based on current population
  if (newPopulation <= 1000000L) {
    transaction.update(docRef, "population", newPopulation);
    return "Population increased to " + newPopulation;
  } else {
    throw new Exception("Sorry! Population is too big.");
  }
});
// Print information retrieved from transaction
System.out.println(futureTransaction.get());
Python
transaction = db.transaction()
city_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'SF')

@firestore.transactional
def update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref):
    snapshot = city_ref.get(transaction=transaction)
    new_population = snapshot.get(u'population') + 1

    if new_population < 1000000:
        transaction.update(city_ref, {
            u'population': new_population
        })
        return True
    else:
        return False

result = update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref)
if result:
    print(u'Population updated')
else:
    print(u'Sorry! Population is too big.')

Python

transaction = db.transaction()
city_ref = db.collection("cities").document("SF")

@firestore.async_transactional
async def update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref):
    snapshot = await city_ref.get(transaction=transaction)
    new_population = snapshot.get("population") + 1

    if new_population < 1000000:
        transaction.update(city_ref, {"population": new_population})
        return True
    else:
        return False

result = await update_in_transaction(transaction, city_ref)
if result:
    print("Population updated")
else:
    print("Sorry! Population is too big.")
C++
// This is not yet supported.
Node.js
const cityRef = db.collection('cities').doc('SF');
try {
  const res = await db.runTransaction(async t => {
    const doc = await t.get(cityRef);
    const newPopulation = doc.data().population + 1;
    if (newPopulation <= 1000000) {
      await t.update(cityRef, { population: newPopulation });
      return `Population increased to ${newPopulation}`;
    } else {
      throw 'Sorry! Population is too big.';
    }
  });
  console.log('Transaction success', res);
} catch (e) {
  console.log('Transaction failure:', e);
}
Aller
ref := client.Collection("cities").Doc("SF")
err := client.RunTransaction(ctx, func(ctx context.Context, tx *firestore.Transaction) error {
	doc, err := tx.Get(ref)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	pop, err := doc.DataAt("population")
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	newpop := pop.(int64) + 1
	if newpop <= 1000000 {
		return tx.Set(ref, map[string]interface{}{
			"population": pop.(int64) + 1,
		}, firestore.MergeAll)
	}
	return errors.New("population is too big")
})
if err != nil {
	// Handle any errors in an appropriate way, such as returning them.
	log.Printf("An error has occurred: %s", err)
}
PHP
$cityRef = $db->collection('samples/php/cities')->document('SF');
$transactionResult = $db->runTransaction(function (Transaction $transaction) use ($cityRef) {
    $snapshot = $transaction->snapshot($cityRef);
    $newPopulation = $snapshot['population'] + 1;
    if ($newPopulation <= 1000000) {
        $transaction->update($cityRef, [
            ['path' => 'population', 'value' => $newPopulation]
        ]);
        return true;
    } else {
        return false;
    }
});

if ($transactionResult) {
    printf('Population updated successfully.' . PHP_EOL);
} else {
    printf('Sorry! Population is too big.' . PHP_EOL);
}
Unité
DocumentReference cityRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
db.RunTransactionAsync(transaction =>
{
    return transaction.GetSnapshotAsync(cityRef).ContinueWith((task) =>
    {
        long newPopulation = task.Result.GetValue<long>("Population") + 1;
        if (newPopulation <= 1000000)
        {
            Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
            {
                { "Population", newPopulation}
            };
            transaction.Update(cityRef, updates);
            return true;
        }
        else
        {
            return false;
        } 
    });
}).ContinueWith((transactionResultTask) =>
{
    if (transactionResultTask.Result)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Population updated successfully.");
    }
    else
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Sorry! Population is too big.");
    } 
});
C#
DocumentReference cityRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
bool transactionResult = await db.RunTransactionAsync(async transaction =>
{
    DocumentSnapshot snapshot = await transaction.GetSnapshotAsync(cityRef);
    long newPopulation = snapshot.GetValue<long>("Population") + 1;
    if (newPopulation <= 1000000)
    {
        Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
        {
            { "Population", newPopulation}
        };
        transaction.Update(cityRef, updates);
        return true;
    }
    else
    {
        return false;
    }
});

if (transactionResult)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Population updated successfully.");
}
else
{
    Console.WriteLine("Sorry! Population is too big.");
}
Rubis
city_ref = firestore.doc "#{collection_path}/SF"

updated = firestore.transaction do |tx|
  new_population = tx.get(city_ref).data[:population] + 1
  if new_population < 1_000_000
    tx.update city_ref, { population: new_population }
    true
  end
end

if updated
  puts "Population updated!"
else
  puts "Sorry! Population is too big."
end

Échec de la transaction

Une transaction peut échouer pour les raisons suivantes :

  • La transaction contient des opérations de lecture après les opérations d'écriture. Les opérations de lecture doivent toujours venir avant toute opération d'écriture.
  • La transaction a lu un document qui a été modifié en dehors de la transaction. Dans ce cas, la transaction s'exécute à nouveau automatiquement. La transaction est retentée un nombre fini de fois.
  • La transaction a dépassé la taille de requête maximale de 10 Mio.

    La taille de la transaction dépend de la taille des documents et des entrées d'index modifiées par la transaction. Pour une opération de suppression, cela inclut la taille du document cible et les tailles des entrées d'index supprimées en réponse à l'opération.

Une transaction ayant échoué renvoie une erreur et n'écrit rien dans la base de données. Vous n'avez pas besoin d'annuler la transaction ; Cloud Firestore le fait automatiquement.

Écritures groupées

Si vous n'avez pas besoin de lire les documents dans votre jeu de fonctionnement, vous pouvez exécuter plusieurs opérations d'écriture en un seul lot qui contient une combinaison de set() , update() à delete() update() ou delete() opérations. Un lot d'écritures se termine de manière atomique et peut écrire dans plusieurs documents. L'exemple suivant montre comment créer et valider un batch d'écriture :

Web version 9

import { writeBatch, doc } from "firebase/firestore"; 

// Get a new write batch
const batch = writeBatch(db);

// Set the value of 'NYC'
const nycRef = doc(db, "cities", "NYC");
batch.set(nycRef, {name: "New York City"});

// Update the population of 'SF'
const sfRef = doc(db, "cities", "SF");
batch.update(sfRef, {"population": 1000000});

// Delete the city 'LA'
const laRef = doc(db, "cities", "LA");
batch.delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
await batch.commit();

Web version 8

// Get a new write batch
var batch = db.batch();

// Set the value of 'NYC'
var nycRef = db.collection("cities").doc("NYC");
batch.set(nycRef, {name: "New York City"});

// Update the population of 'SF'
var sfRef = db.collection("cities").doc("SF");
batch.update(sfRef, {"population": 1000000});

// Delete the city 'LA'
var laRef = db.collection("cities").doc("LA");
batch.delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
batch.commit().then(() => {
    // ...
});
Rapide
// Get new write batch
let batch = db.batch()

// Set the value of 'NYC'
let nycRef = db.collection("cities").document("NYC")
batch.setData([:], forDocument: nycRef)

// Update the population of 'SF'
let sfRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF")
batch.updateData(["population": 1000000 ], forDocument: sfRef)

// Delete the city 'LA'
let laRef = db.collection("cities").document("LA")
batch.deleteDocument(laRef)

// Commit the batch
batch.commit() { err in
    if let err = err {
        print("Error writing batch \(err)")
    } else {
        print("Batch write succeeded.")
    }
}
Objectif c
// Get new write batch
FIRWriteBatch *batch = [self.db batch];

// Set the value of 'NYC'
FIRDocumentReference *nycRef =
    [[self.db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"NYC"];
[batch setData:@{} forDocument:nycRef];

// Update the population of 'SF'
FIRDocumentReference *sfRef =
    [[self.db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"SF"];
[batch updateData:@{ @"population": @1000000 } forDocument:sfRef];

// Delete the city 'LA'
FIRDocumentReference *laRef =
    [[self.db collectionWithPath:@"cities"] documentWithPath:@"LA"];
[batch deleteDocument:laRef];

// Commit the batch
[batch commitWithCompletion:^(NSError * _Nullable error) {
  if (error != nil) {
    NSLog(@"Error writing batch %@", error);
  } else {
    NSLog(@"Batch write succeeded.");
  }
}];

Java

// Get a new write batch
WriteBatch batch = db.batch();

// Set the value of 'NYC'
DocumentReference nycRef = db.collection("cities").document("NYC");
batch.set(nycRef, new City());

// Update the population of 'SF'
DocumentReference sfRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");
batch.update(sfRef, "population", 1000000L);

// Delete the city 'LA'
DocumentReference laRef = db.collection("cities").document("LA");
batch.delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
batch.commit().addOnCompleteListener(new OnCompleteListener<Void>() {
    @Override
    public void onComplete(@NonNull Task<Void> task) {
        // ...
    }
});

Kotlin+KTX

val nycRef = db.collection("cities").document("NYC")
val sfRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF")
val laRef = db.collection("cities").document("LA")

// Get a new write batch and commit all write operations
db.runBatch { batch ->
    // Set the value of 'NYC'
    batch.set(nycRef, City())

    // Update the population of 'SF'
    batch.update(sfRef, "population", 1000000L)

    // Delete the city 'LA'
    batch.delete(laRef)
}.addOnCompleteListener {
    // ...
}
Java
// Get a new write batch
WriteBatch batch = db.batch();

// Set the value of 'NYC'
DocumentReference nycRef = db.collection("cities").document("NYC");
batch.set(nycRef, new City());

// Update the population of 'SF'
DocumentReference sfRef = db.collection("cities").document("SF");
batch.update(sfRef, "population", 1000000L);

// Delete the city 'LA'
DocumentReference laRef = db.collection("cities").document("LA");
batch.delete(laRef);

// asynchronously commit the batch
ApiFuture<List<WriteResult>> future = batch.commit();
// ...
// future.get() blocks on batch commit operation
for (WriteResult result : future.get()) {
  System.out.println("Update time : " + result.getUpdateTime());
}
Python
batch = db.batch()

# Set the data for NYC
nyc_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'NYC')
batch.set(nyc_ref, {u'name': u'New York City'})

# Update the population for SF
sf_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'SF')
batch.update(sf_ref, {u'population': 1000000})

# Delete DEN
den_ref = db.collection(u'cities').document(u'DEN')
batch.delete(den_ref)

# Commit the batch
batch.commit()

Python

batch = db.batch()

# Set the data for NYC
nyc_ref = db.collection("cities").document("NYC")
batch.set(nyc_ref, {"name": "New York City"})

# Update the population for SF
sf_ref = db.collection("cities").document("SF")
batch.update(sf_ref, {"population": 1000000})

# Delete DEN
den_ref = db.collection("cities").document("DEN")
batch.delete(den_ref)

# Commit the batch
await batch.commit()
C++
// Get a new write batch
WriteBatch batch = db->batch();

// Set the value of 'NYC'
DocumentReference nyc_ref = db->Collection("cities").Document("NYC");
batch.Set(nyc_ref, {});

// Update the population of 'SF'
DocumentReference sf_ref = db->Collection("cities").Document("SF");
batch.Update(sf_ref, {{"population", FieldValue::Integer(1000000)}});

// Delete the city 'LA'
DocumentReference la_ref = db->Collection("cities").Document("LA");
batch.Delete(la_ref);

// Commit the batch
batch.Commit().OnCompletion([](const Future<void>& future) {
  if (future.error() == Error::kErrorOk) {
    std::cout << "Write batch success!\n";
  } else {
    std::cout << "Write batch failure: " << future.error_message() << '\n';
  }
});
Node.js
// Get a new write batch
const batch = db.batch();

// Set the value of 'NYC'
const nycRef = db.collection('cities').doc('NYC');
batch.set(nycRef, {name: 'New York City'});

// Update the population of 'SF'
const sfRef = db.collection('cities').doc('SF');
batch.update(sfRef, {population: 1000000});

// Delete the city 'LA'
const laRef = db.collection('cities').doc('LA');
batch.delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
await batch.commit();
Aller
// Get a new write batch.
batch := client.Batch()

// Set the value of "NYC".
nycRef := client.Collection("cities").Doc("NYC")
batch.Set(nycRef, map[string]interface{}{
	"name": "New York City",
})

// Update the population of "SF".
sfRef := client.Collection("cities").Doc("SF")
batch.Set(sfRef, map[string]interface{}{
	"population": 1000000,
}, firestore.MergeAll)

// Delete the city "LA".
laRef := client.Collection("cities").Doc("LA")
batch.Delete(laRef)

// Commit the batch.
_, err := batch.Commit(ctx)
if err != nil {
	// Handle any errors in an appropriate way, such as returning them.
	log.Printf("An error has occurred: %s", err)
}
PHP
$batch = $db->batch();

# Set the data for NYC
$nycRef = $db->collection('samples/php/cities')->document('NYC');
$batch->set($nycRef, [
    'name' => 'New York City'
]);

# Update the population for SF
$sfRef = $db->collection('samples/php/cities')->document('SF');
$batch->update($sfRef, [
    ['path' => 'population', 'value' => 1000000]
]);

# Delete LA
$laRef = $db->collection('samples/php/cities')->document('LA');
$batch->delete($laRef);

# Commit the batch
$batch->commit();
Unité
WriteBatch batch = db.StartBatch();

// Set the data for NYC
DocumentReference nycRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("NYC");
Dictionary<string, object> nycData = new Dictionary<string, object>
{
    { "name", "New York City" }
};
batch.Set(nycRef, nycData);

// Update the population for SF
DocumentReference sfRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
{
    { "Population", 1000000}
};
batch.Update(sfRef, updates);

// Delete LA
DocumentReference laRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("LA");
batch.Delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
batch.CommitAsync();
C#
WriteBatch batch = db.StartBatch();

// Set the data for NYC
DocumentReference nycRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("NYC");
Dictionary<string, object> nycData = new Dictionary<string, object>
{
    { "name", "New York City" }
};
batch.Set(nycRef, nycData);

// Update the population for SF
DocumentReference sfRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("SF");
Dictionary<string, object> updates = new Dictionary<string, object>
{
    { "Population", 1000000}
};
batch.Update(sfRef, updates);

// Delete LA
DocumentReference laRef = db.Collection("cities").Document("LA");
batch.Delete(laRef);

// Commit the batch
await batch.CommitAsync();
Rubis
firestore.batch do |b|
  # Set the data for NYC
  b.set "#{collection_path}/NYC", { name: "New York City" }

  # Update the population for SF
  b.update "#{collection_path}/SF", { population: 1_000_000 }

  # Delete LA
  b.delete "#{collection_path}/LA"
end

Une écriture par lots peut contenir jusqu'à 500 opérations. Chaque opération du lot compte séparément pour votre utilisation de Cloud Firestore.

Comme les transactions, les écritures groupées sont atomiques. Contrairement aux transactions, les écritures par lots n'ont pas besoin de garantir que les documents lus restent non modifiés, ce qui entraîne moins de cas d'échec. Ils ne sont pas sujets à des tentatives ou à des échecs dus à un trop grand nombre de tentatives. Les écritures par lots s'exécutent même lorsque l'appareil de l'utilisateur est hors ligne.

Validation des données pour les opérations atomiques

Pour les bibliothèques clientes mobiles / Web, vous pouvez valider les données en utilisant Nuage FireStore Règles de sécurité . Vous pouvez vous assurer que les documents associés sont toujours mis à jour de manière atomique et toujours dans le cadre d'une transaction ou d'une écriture par lots. Utilisez le getAfter() fonction de règles de sécurité d'accès et de valider l'état d'un document après une série d'opérations finalise mais avant - Cloud Firestore engage les opérations.

Par exemple, imaginez que la base de données pour les cities par exemple contient également un countries collection. Chaque country document utilise un last_updated terrain pour garder une trace de la dernière fois une ville liée à ce pays a été mis à jour. Les règles de sécurité suivantes exigent qu'une mise à jour à une city document doit également mettre à jour atomiquement du pays concerné last_updated terrain:

service cloud.firestore {
  match /databases/{database}/documents {
    // If you update a city doc, you must also
    // update the related country's last_updated field.
    match /cities/{city} {
      allow write: if request.auth != null &&
        getAfter(
          /databases/$(database)/documents/countries/$(request.resource.data.country)
        ).data.last_updated == request.time;
    }

    match /countries/{country} {
      allow write: if request.auth != null;
    }
  }
}

Limites des règles de sécurité

Dans les règles de sécurité pour les transactions ou écritures par lots, il y a une limite de 20 appels d'accès aux documents pour l'ensemble de l' opération atomique en plus de la limite de 10 appel normal pour chaque opération de document unique dans le lot.

Par exemple, considérons les règles suivantes pour une application de chat :

service cloud.firestore {
  match /databases/{db}/documents {
    function prefix() {
      return /databases/{db}/documents;
    }
    match /chatroom/{roomId} {
      allow read, write: if request.auth != null && roomId in get(/$(prefix())/users/$(request.auth.uid)).data.chats
                            || exists(/$(prefix())/admins/$(request.auth.uid));
    }
    match /users/{userId} {
      allow read, write: if request.auth != null && request.auth.uid == userId
                            || exists(/$(prefix())/admins/$(request.auth.uid));
    }
    match /admins/{userId} {
      allow read, write: if request.auth != null && exists(/$(prefix())/admins/$(request.auth.uid));
    }
  }
}

Les extraits ci-dessous illustrent le nombre d'appels d'accès aux documents utilisés pour quelques modèles d'accès aux données :

// 0 document access calls used, because the rules evaluation short-circuits
// before the exists() call is invoked.
db.collection('user').doc('myuid').get(...);

// 1 document access call used. The maximum total allowed for this call
// is 10, because it is a single document request.
db.collection('chatroom').doc('mygroup').get(...);

// Initializing a write batch...
var batch = db.batch();

// 2 document access calls used, 10 allowed.
var group1Ref = db.collection("chatroom").doc("group1");
batch.set(group1Ref, {msg: "Hello, from Admin!"});

// 1 document access call used, 10 allowed.
var newUserRef = db.collection("users").doc("newuser");
batch.update(newUserRef, {"lastSignedIn": new Date()});

// 1 document access call used, 10 allowed.
var removedAdminRef = db.collection("admin").doc("otheruser");
batch.delete(removedAdminRef);

// The batch used a total of 2 + 1 + 1 = 4 document access calls, out of a total
// 20 allowed.
batch.commit();