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From dewr...@apache.org
Subject [incubator-trafficcontrol] branch master updated: revendor all dependencies under traffic_ops to remove package duplication bug
Date Wed, 02 May 2018 15:34:08 GMT
This is an automated email from the ASF dual-hosted git repository.

dewrich pushed a commit to branch master
in repository https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-trafficcontrol.git


The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/master by this push:
     new 757fc92  revendor all dependencies under traffic_ops to remove package duplication bug
757fc92 is described below

commit 757fc92377ae181c0f01ba88427ed4781ee6cff3
Author: Dylan Volz <Dylan_Volz@comcast.com>
AuthorDate: Tue May 1 21:57:07 2018 -0600

    revendor all dependencies under traffic_ops to remove package duplication bug
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diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/LICENSE b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/LICENSE
deleted file mode 100644
index 0d31edf..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/LICENSE
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
- Copyright (c) 2013, Jason Moiron
-
- Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
- obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation
- files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without
- restriction, including without limitation the rights to use,
- copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
- copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
- Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following
- conditions:
-
- The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
- included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
- THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
- EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
- OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
- NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT
- HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
- WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
- FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR
- OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
-
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/README.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 5c1bb3c..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,183 +0,0 @@
-# sqlx
-
-[![Build Status](https://drone.io/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/status.png)](https://drone.io/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/latest) [![Godoc](http://img.shields.io/badge/godoc-reference-blue.svg?style=flat)](https://godoc.org/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx) [![license](http://img.shields.io/badge/license-MIT-red.svg?style=flat)](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jmoiron/sqlx/master/LICENSE)
-
-sqlx is a library which provides a set of extensions on go's standard
-`database/sql` library.  The sqlx versions of `sql.DB`, `sql.TX`, `sql.Stmt`,
-et al. all leave the underlying interfaces untouched, so that their interfaces
-are a superset on the standard ones.  This makes it relatively painless to
-integrate existing codebases using database/sql with sqlx.
-
-Major additional concepts are:
-
-* Marshal rows into structs (with embedded struct support), maps, and slices
-* Named parameter support including prepared statements
-* `Get` and `Select` to go quickly from query to struct/slice
-
-In addition to the [godoc API documentation](http://godoc.org/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx),
-there is also some [standard documentation](http://jmoiron.github.io/sqlx/) that
-explains how to use `database/sql` along with sqlx.
-
-## Recent Changes
-
-* sqlx/types.JsonText has been renamed to JSONText to follow Go naming conventions.
-
-This breaks backwards compatibility, but it's in a way that is trivially fixable
-(`s/JsonText/JSONText/g`).  The `types` package is both experimental and not in
-active development currently.
-
-* Using Go 1.6 and below with `types.JSONText` and `types.GzippedText` can be _potentially unsafe_, **especially** when used with common auto-scan sqlx idioms like `Select` and `Get`. See [golang bug #13905](https://github.com/golang/go/issues/13905).
-
-### Backwards Compatibility
-
-There is no Go1-like promise of absolute stability, but I take the issue seriously
-and will maintain the library in a compatible state unless vital bugs prevent me 
-from doing so.  Since [#59](https://github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/issues/59) and 
-[#60](https://github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/issues/60) necessitated breaking behavior, 
-a wider API cleanup was done at the time of fixing.  It's possible this will happen
-in future;  if it does, a git tag will be provided for users requiring the old
-behavior to continue to use it until such a time as they can migrate.
-
-## install
-
-    go get github.com/jmoiron/sqlx
-
-## issues
-
-Row headers can be ambiguous (`SELECT 1 AS a, 2 AS a`), and the result of
-`Columns()` does not fully qualify column names in queries like:
-
-```sql
-SELECT a.id, a.name, b.id, b.name FROM foos AS a JOIN foos AS b ON a.parent = b.id;
-```
-
-making a struct or map destination ambiguous.  Use `AS` in your queries
-to give columns distinct names, `rows.Scan` to scan them manually, or 
-`SliceScan` to get a slice of results.
-
-## usage
-
-Below is an example which shows some common use cases for sqlx.  Check 
-[sqlx_test.go](https://github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/blob/master/sqlx_test.go) for more
-usage.
-
-
-```go
-package main
-
-import (
-    _ "github.com/lib/pq"
-    "database/sql"
-    "github.com/jmoiron/sqlx"
-    "log"
-)
-
-var schema = `
-CREATE TABLE person (
-    first_name text,
-    last_name text,
-    email text
-);
-
-CREATE TABLE place (
-    country text,
-    city text NULL,
-    telcode integer
-)`
-
-type Person struct {
-    FirstName string `db:"first_name"`
-    LastName  string `db:"last_name"`
-    Email     string
-}
-
-type Place struct {
-    Country string
-    City    sql.NullString
-    TelCode int
-}
-
-func main() {
-    // this Pings the database trying to connect, panics on error
-    // use sqlx.Open() for sql.Open() semantics
-    db, err := sqlx.Connect("postgres", "user=foo dbname=bar sslmode=disable")
-    if err != nil {
-        log.Fatalln(err)
-    }
-
-    // exec the schema or fail; multi-statement Exec behavior varies between
-    // database drivers;  pq will exec them all, sqlite3 won't, ymmv
-    db.MustExec(schema)
-    
-    tx := db.MustBegin()
-    tx.MustExec("INSERT INTO person (first_name, last_name, email) VALUES ($1, $2, $3)", "Jason", "Moiron", "jmoiron@jmoiron.net")
-    tx.MustExec("INSERT INTO person (first_name, last_name, email) VALUES ($1, $2, $3)", "John", "Doe", "johndoeDNE@gmail.net")
-    tx.MustExec("INSERT INTO place (country, city, telcode) VALUES ($1, $2, $3)", "United States", "New York", "1")
-    tx.MustExec("INSERT INTO place (country, telcode) VALUES ($1, $2)", "Hong Kong", "852")
-    tx.MustExec("INSERT INTO place (country, telcode) VALUES ($1, $2)", "Singapore", "65")
-    // Named queries can use structs, so if you have an existing struct (i.e. person := &Person{}) that you have populated, you can pass it in as &person
-    tx.NamedExec("INSERT INTO person (first_name, last_name, email) VALUES (:first_name, :last_name, :email)", &Person{"Jane", "Citizen", "jane.citzen@example.com"})
-    tx.Commit()
-
-    // Query the database, storing results in a []Person (wrapped in []interface{})
-    people := []Person{}
-    db.Select(&people, "SELECT * FROM person ORDER BY first_name ASC")
-    jason, john := people[0], people[1]
-
-    fmt.Printf("%#v\n%#v", jason, john)
-    // Person{FirstName:"Jason", LastName:"Moiron", Email:"jmoiron@jmoiron.net"}
-    // Person{FirstName:"John", LastName:"Doe", Email:"johndoeDNE@gmail.net"}
-
-    // You can also get a single result, a la QueryRow
-    jason = Person{}
-    err = db.Get(&jason, "SELECT * FROM person WHERE first_name=$1", "Jason")
-    fmt.Printf("%#v\n", jason)
-    // Person{FirstName:"Jason", LastName:"Moiron", Email:"jmoiron@jmoiron.net"}
-
-    // if you have null fields and use SELECT *, you must use sql.Null* in your struct
-    places := []Place{}
-    err = db.Select(&places, "SELECT * FROM place ORDER BY telcode ASC")
-    if err != nil {
-        fmt.Println(err)
-        return
-    }
-    usa, singsing, honkers := places[0], places[1], places[2]
-    
-    fmt.Printf("%#v\n%#v\n%#v\n", usa, singsing, honkers)
-    // Place{Country:"United States", City:sql.NullString{String:"New York", Valid:true}, TelCode:1}
-    // Place{Country:"Singapore", City:sql.NullString{String:"", Valid:false}, TelCode:65}
-    // Place{Country:"Hong Kong", City:sql.NullString{String:"", Valid:false}, TelCode:852}
-
-    // Loop through rows using only one struct
-    place := Place{}
-    rows, err := db.Queryx("SELECT * FROM place")
-    for rows.Next() {
-        err := rows.StructScan(&place)
-        if err != nil {
-            log.Fatalln(err)
-        } 
-        fmt.Printf("%#v\n", place)
-    }
-    // Place{Country:"United States", City:sql.NullString{String:"New York", Valid:true}, TelCode:1}
-    // Place{Country:"Hong Kong", City:sql.NullString{String:"", Valid:false}, TelCode:852}
-    // Place{Country:"Singapore", City:sql.NullString{String:"", Valid:false}, TelCode:65}
-
-    // Named queries, using `:name` as the bindvar.  Automatic bindvar support
-    // which takes into account the dbtype based on the driverName on sqlx.Open/Connect
-    _, err = db.NamedExec(`INSERT INTO person (first_name,last_name,email) VALUES (:first,:last,:email)`, 
-        map[string]interface{}{
-            "first": "Bin",
-            "last": "Smuth",
-            "email": "bensmith@allblacks.nz",
-    })
-
-    // Selects Mr. Smith from the database
-    rows, err = db.NamedQuery(`SELECT * FROM person WHERE first_name=:fn`, map[string]interface{}{"fn": "Bin"})
-
-    // Named queries can also use structs.  Their bind names follow the same rules
-    // as the name -> db mapping, so struct fields are lowercased and the `db` tag
-    // is taken into consideration.
-    rows, err = db.NamedQuery(`SELECT * FROM person WHERE first_name=:first_name`, jason)
-}
-```
-
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/bind.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/bind.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 10f7bdf..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/bind.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,207 +0,0 @@
-package sqlx
-
-import (
-	"bytes"
-	"errors"
-	"reflect"
-	"strconv"
-	"strings"
-
-	"github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx"
-)
-
-// Bindvar types supported by Rebind, BindMap and BindStruct.
-const (
-	UNKNOWN = iota
-	QUESTION
-	DOLLAR
-	NAMED
-)
-
-// BindType returns the bindtype for a given database given a drivername.
-func BindType(driverName string) int {
-	switch driverName {
-	case "postgres", "pgx":
-		return DOLLAR
-	case "mysql":
-		return QUESTION
-	case "sqlite3":
-		return QUESTION
-	case "oci8", "ora", "goracle":
-		return NAMED
-	}
-	return UNKNOWN
-}
-
-// FIXME: this should be able to be tolerant of escaped ?'s in queries without
-// losing much speed, and should be to avoid confusion.
-
-// Rebind a query from the default bindtype (QUESTION) to the target bindtype.
-func Rebind(bindType int, query string) string {
-	switch bindType {
-	case QUESTION, UNKNOWN:
-		return query
-	}
-
-	// Add space enough for 10 params before we have to allocate
-	rqb := make([]byte, 0, len(query)+10)
-
-	var i, j int
-
-	for i = strings.Index(query, "?"); i != -1; i = strings.Index(query, "?") {
-		rqb = append(rqb, query[:i]...)
-
-		switch bindType {
-		case DOLLAR:
-			rqb = append(rqb, '$')
-		case NAMED:
-			rqb = append(rqb, ':', 'a', 'r', 'g')
-		}
-
-		j++
-		rqb = strconv.AppendInt(rqb, int64(j), 10)
-
-		query = query[i+1:]
-	}
-
-	return string(append(rqb, query...))
-}
-
-// Experimental implementation of Rebind which uses a bytes.Buffer.  The code is
-// much simpler and should be more resistant to odd unicode, but it is twice as
-// slow.  Kept here for benchmarking purposes and to possibly replace Rebind if
-// problems arise with its somewhat naive handling of unicode.
-func rebindBuff(bindType int, query string) string {
-	if bindType != DOLLAR {
-		return query
-	}
-
-	b := make([]byte, 0, len(query))
-	rqb := bytes.NewBuffer(b)
-	j := 1
-	for _, r := range query {
-		if r == '?' {
-			rqb.WriteRune('$')
-			rqb.WriteString(strconv.Itoa(j))
-			j++
-		} else {
-			rqb.WriteRune(r)
-		}
-	}
-
-	return rqb.String()
-}
-
-// In expands slice values in args, returning the modified query string
-// and a new arg list that can be executed by a database. The `query` should
-// use the `?` bindVar.  The return value uses the `?` bindVar.
-func In(query string, args ...interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	// argMeta stores reflect.Value and length for slices and
-	// the value itself for non-slice arguments
-	type argMeta struct {
-		v      reflect.Value
-		i      interface{}
-		length int
-	}
-
-	var flatArgsCount int
-	var anySlices bool
-
-	meta := make([]argMeta, len(args))
-
-	for i, arg := range args {
-		v := reflect.ValueOf(arg)
-		t := reflectx.Deref(v.Type())
-
-		if t.Kind() == reflect.Slice {
-			meta[i].length = v.Len()
-			meta[i].v = v
-
-			anySlices = true
-			flatArgsCount += meta[i].length
-
-			if meta[i].length == 0 {
-				return "", nil, errors.New("empty slice passed to 'in' query")
-			}
-		} else {
-			meta[i].i = arg
-			flatArgsCount++
-		}
-	}
-
-	// don't do any parsing if there aren't any slices;  note that this means
-	// some errors that we might have caught below will not be returned.
-	if !anySlices {
-		return query, args, nil
-	}
-
-	newArgs := make([]interface{}, 0, flatArgsCount)
-	buf := bytes.NewBuffer(make([]byte, 0, len(query)+len(", ?")*flatArgsCount))
-
-	var arg, offset int
-
-	for i := strings.IndexByte(query[offset:], '?'); i != -1; i = strings.IndexByte(query[offset:], '?') {
-		if arg >= len(meta) {
-			// if an argument wasn't passed, lets return an error;  this is
-			// not actually how database/sql Exec/Query works, but since we are
-			// creating an argument list programmatically, we want to be able
-			// to catch these programmer errors earlier.
-			return "", nil, errors.New("number of bindVars exceeds arguments")
-		}
-
-		argMeta := meta[arg]
-		arg++
-
-		// not a slice, continue.
-		// our questionmark will either be written before the next expansion
-		// of a slice or after the loop when writing the rest of the query
-		if argMeta.length == 0 {
-			offset = offset + i + 1
-			newArgs = append(newArgs, argMeta.i)
-			continue
-		}
-
-		// write everything up to and including our ? character
-		buf.WriteString(query[:offset+i+1])
-
-		for si := 1; si < argMeta.length; si++ {
-			buf.WriteString(", ?")
-		}
-
-		newArgs = appendReflectSlice(newArgs, argMeta.v, argMeta.length)
-
-		// slice the query and reset the offset. this avoids some bookkeeping for
-		// the write after the loop
-		query = query[offset+i+1:]
-		offset = 0
-	}
-
-	buf.WriteString(query)
-
-	if arg < len(meta) {
-		return "", nil, errors.New("number of bindVars less than number arguments")
-	}
-
-	return buf.String(), newArgs, nil
-}
-
-func appendReflectSlice(args []interface{}, v reflect.Value, vlen int) []interface{} {
-	switch val := v.Interface().(type) {
-	case []interface{}:
-		args = append(args, val...)
-	case []int:
-		for i := range val {
-			args = append(args, val[i])
-		}
-	case []string:
-		for i := range val {
-			args = append(args, val[i])
-		}
-	default:
-		for si := 0; si < vlen; si++ {
-			args = append(args, v.Index(si).Interface())
-		}
-	}
-
-	return args
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/doc.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/doc.go
deleted file mode 100644
index e2b4e60..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/doc.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,12 +0,0 @@
-// Package sqlx provides general purpose extensions to database/sql.
-//
-// It is intended to seamlessly wrap database/sql and provide convenience
-// methods which are useful in the development of database driven applications.
-// None of the underlying database/sql methods are changed.  Instead all extended
-// behavior is implemented through new methods defined on wrapper types.
-//
-// Additions include scanning into structs, named query support, rebinding
-// queries for different drivers, convenient shorthands for common error handling
-// and more.
-//
-package sqlx
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named.go
deleted file mode 100644
index dd899d3..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,344 +0,0 @@
-package sqlx
-
-// Named Query Support
-//
-//  * BindMap - bind query bindvars to map/struct args
-//	* NamedExec, NamedQuery - named query w/ struct or map
-//  * NamedStmt - a pre-compiled named query which is a prepared statement
-//
-// Internal Interfaces:
-//
-//  * compileNamedQuery - rebind a named query, returning a query and list of names
-//  * bindArgs, bindMapArgs, bindAnyArgs - given a list of names, return an arglist
-//
-import (
-	"database/sql"
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-	"reflect"
-	"strconv"
-	"unicode"
-
-	"github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx"
-)
-
-// NamedStmt is a prepared statement that executes named queries.  Prepare it
-// how you would execute a NamedQuery, but pass in a struct or map when executing.
-type NamedStmt struct {
-	Params      []string
-	QueryString string
-	Stmt        *Stmt
-}
-
-// Close closes the named statement.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Close() error {
-	return n.Stmt.Close()
-}
-
-// Exec executes a named statement using the struct passed.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Exec(arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return *new(sql.Result), err
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.Exec(args...)
-}
-
-// Query executes a named statement using the struct argument, returning rows.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Query(arg interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error) {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.Query(args...)
-}
-
-// QueryRow executes a named statement against the database.  Because sqlx cannot
-// create a *sql.Row with an error condition pre-set for binding errors, sqlx
-// returns a *sqlx.Row instead.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryRow(arg interface{}) *Row {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return &Row{err: err}
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.QueryRowx(args...)
-}
-
-// MustExec execs a NamedStmt, panicing on error
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) MustExec(arg interface{}) sql.Result {
-	res, err := n.Exec(arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return res
-}
-
-// Queryx using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Queryx(arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := n.Query(arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, Mapper: n.Stmt.Mapper, unsafe: isUnsafe(n)}, err
-}
-
-// QueryRowx this NamedStmt.  Because of limitations with QueryRow, this is
-// an alias for QueryRow.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryRowx(arg interface{}) *Row {
-	return n.QueryRow(arg)
-}
-
-// Select using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Select(dest interface{}, arg interface{}) error {
-	rows, err := n.Queryx(arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// if something happens here, we want to make sure the rows are Closed
-	defer rows.Close()
-	return scanAll(rows, dest, false)
-}
-
-// Get using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) Get(dest interface{}, arg interface{}) error {
-	r := n.QueryRowx(arg)
-	return r.scanAny(dest, false)
-}
-
-// Unsafe creates an unsafe version of the NamedStmt
-func (n *NamedStmt) Unsafe() *NamedStmt {
-	r := &NamedStmt{Params: n.Params, Stmt: n.Stmt, QueryString: n.QueryString}
-	r.Stmt.unsafe = true
-	return r
-}
-
-// A union interface of preparer and binder, required to be able to prepare
-// named statements (as the bindtype must be determined).
-type namedPreparer interface {
-	Preparer
-	binder
-}
-
-func prepareNamed(p namedPreparer, query string) (*NamedStmt, error) {
-	bindType := BindType(p.DriverName())
-	q, args, err := compileNamedQuery([]byte(query), bindType)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	stmt, err := Preparex(p, q)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &NamedStmt{
-		QueryString: q,
-		Params:      args,
-		Stmt:        stmt,
-	}, nil
-}
-
-func bindAnyArgs(names []string, arg interface{}, m *reflectx.Mapper) ([]interface{}, error) {
-	if maparg, ok := arg.(map[string]interface{}); ok {
-		return bindMapArgs(names, maparg)
-	}
-	return bindArgs(names, arg, m)
-}
-
-// private interface to generate a list of interfaces from a given struct
-// type, given a list of names to pull out of the struct.  Used by public
-// BindStruct interface.
-func bindArgs(names []string, arg interface{}, m *reflectx.Mapper) ([]interface{}, error) {
-	arglist := make([]interface{}, 0, len(names))
-
-	// grab the indirected value of arg
-	v := reflect.ValueOf(arg)
-	for v = reflect.ValueOf(arg); v.Kind() == reflect.Ptr; {
-		v = v.Elem()
-	}
-
-	fields := m.TraversalsByName(v.Type(), names)
-	for i, t := range fields {
-		if len(t) == 0 {
-			return arglist, fmt.Errorf("could not find name %s in %#v", names[i], arg)
-		}
-		val := reflectx.FieldByIndexesReadOnly(v, t)
-		arglist = append(arglist, val.Interface())
-	}
-
-	return arglist, nil
-}
-
-// like bindArgs, but for maps.
-func bindMapArgs(names []string, arg map[string]interface{}) ([]interface{}, error) {
-	arglist := make([]interface{}, 0, len(names))
-
-	for _, name := range names {
-		val, ok := arg[name]
-		if !ok {
-			return arglist, fmt.Errorf("could not find name %s in %#v", name, arg)
-		}
-		arglist = append(arglist, val)
-	}
-	return arglist, nil
-}
-
-// bindStruct binds a named parameter query with fields from a struct argument.
-// The rules for binding field names to parameter names follow the same
-// conventions as for StructScan, including obeying the `db` struct tags.
-func bindStruct(bindType int, query string, arg interface{}, m *reflectx.Mapper) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	bound, names, err := compileNamedQuery([]byte(query), bindType)
-	if err != nil {
-		return "", []interface{}{}, err
-	}
-
-	arglist, err := bindArgs(names, arg, m)
-	if err != nil {
-		return "", []interface{}{}, err
-	}
-
-	return bound, arglist, nil
-}
-
-// bindMap binds a named parameter query with a map of arguments.
-func bindMap(bindType int, query string, args map[string]interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	bound, names, err := compileNamedQuery([]byte(query), bindType)
-	if err != nil {
-		return "", []interface{}{}, err
-	}
-
-	arglist, err := bindMapArgs(names, args)
-	return bound, arglist, err
-}
-
-// -- Compilation of Named Queries
-
-// Allow digits and letters in bind params;  additionally runes are
-// checked against underscores, meaning that bind params can have be
-// alphanumeric with underscores.  Mind the difference between unicode
-// digits and numbers, where '5' is a digit but '五' is not.
-var allowedBindRunes = []*unicode.RangeTable{unicode.Letter, unicode.Digit}
-
-// FIXME: this function isn't safe for unicode named params, as a failing test
-// can testify.  This is not a regression but a failure of the original code
-// as well.  It should be modified to range over runes in a string rather than
-// bytes, even though this is less convenient and slower.  Hopefully the
-// addition of the prepared NamedStmt (which will only do this once) will make
-// up for the slightly slower ad-hoc NamedExec/NamedQuery.
-
-// compile a NamedQuery into an unbound query (using the '?' bindvar) and
-// a list of names.
-func compileNamedQuery(qs []byte, bindType int) (query string, names []string, err error) {
-	names = make([]string, 0, 10)
-	rebound := make([]byte, 0, len(qs))
-
-	inName := false
-	last := len(qs) - 1
-	currentVar := 1
-	name := make([]byte, 0, 10)
-
-	for i, b := range qs {
-		// a ':' while we're in a name is an error
-		if b == ':' {
-			// if this is the second ':' in a '::' escape sequence, append a ':'
-			if inName && i > 0 && qs[i-1] == ':' {
-				rebound = append(rebound, ':')
-				inName = false
-				continue
-			} else if inName {
-				err = errors.New("unexpected `:` while reading named param at " + strconv.Itoa(i))
-				return query, names, err
-			}
-			inName = true
-			name = []byte{}
-			// if we're in a name, and this is an allowed character, continue
-		} else if inName && (unicode.IsOneOf(allowedBindRunes, rune(b)) || b == '_' || b == '.') && i != last {
-			// append the byte to the name if we are in a name and not on the last byte
-			name = append(name, b)
-			// if we're in a name and it's not an allowed character, the name is done
-		} else if inName {
-			inName = false
-			// if this is the final byte of the string and it is part of the name, then
-			// make sure to add it to the name
-			if i == last && unicode.IsOneOf(allowedBindRunes, rune(b)) {
-				name = append(name, b)
-			}
-			// add the string representation to the names list
-			names = append(names, string(name))
-			// add a proper bindvar for the bindType
-			switch bindType {
-			// oracle only supports named type bind vars even for positional
-			case NAMED:
-				rebound = append(rebound, ':')
-				rebound = append(rebound, name...)
-			case QUESTION, UNKNOWN:
-				rebound = append(rebound, '?')
-			case DOLLAR:
-				rebound = append(rebound, '$')
-				for _, b := range strconv.Itoa(currentVar) {
-					rebound = append(rebound, byte(b))
-				}
-				currentVar++
-			}
-			// add this byte to string unless it was not part of the name
-			if i != last {
-				rebound = append(rebound, b)
-			} else if !unicode.IsOneOf(allowedBindRunes, rune(b)) {
-				rebound = append(rebound, b)
-			}
-		} else {
-			// this is a normal byte and should just go onto the rebound query
-			rebound = append(rebound, b)
-		}
-	}
-
-	return string(rebound), names, err
-}
-
-// BindNamed binds a struct or a map to a query with named parameters.
-// DEPRECATED: use sqlx.Named` instead of this, it may be removed in future.
-func BindNamed(bindType int, query string, arg interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	return bindNamedMapper(bindType, query, arg, mapper())
-}
-
-// Named takes a query using named parameters and an argument and
-// returns a new query with a list of args that can be executed by
-// a database.  The return value uses the `?` bindvar.
-func Named(query string, arg interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	return bindNamedMapper(QUESTION, query, arg, mapper())
-}
-
-func bindNamedMapper(bindType int, query string, arg interface{}, m *reflectx.Mapper) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	if maparg, ok := arg.(map[string]interface{}); ok {
-		return bindMap(bindType, query, maparg)
-	}
-	return bindStruct(bindType, query, arg, m)
-}
-
-// NamedQuery binds a named query and then runs Query on the result using the
-// provided Ext (sqlx.Tx, sqlx.Db).  It works with both structs and with
-// map[string]interface{} types.
-func NamedQuery(e Ext, query string, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	q, args, err := bindNamedMapper(BindType(e.DriverName()), query, arg, mapperFor(e))
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return e.Queryx(q, args...)
-}
-
-// NamedExec uses BindStruct to get a query executable by the driver and
-// then runs Exec on the result.  Returns an error from the binding
-// or the query excution itself.
-func NamedExec(e Ext, query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	q, args, err := bindNamedMapper(BindType(e.DriverName()), query, arg, mapperFor(e))
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return e.Exec(q, args...)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named_context.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named_context.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 9405007..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/named_context.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,132 +0,0 @@
-// +build go1.8
-
-package sqlx
-
-import (
-	"context"
-	"database/sql"
-)
-
-// A union interface of contextPreparer and binder, required to be able to
-// prepare named statements with context (as the bindtype must be determined).
-type namedPreparerContext interface {
-	PreparerContext
-	binder
-}
-
-func prepareNamedContext(ctx context.Context, p namedPreparerContext, query string) (*NamedStmt, error) {
-	bindType := BindType(p.DriverName())
-	q, args, err := compileNamedQuery([]byte(query), bindType)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	stmt, err := PreparexContext(ctx, p, q)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &NamedStmt{
-		QueryString: q,
-		Params:      args,
-		Stmt:        stmt,
-	}, nil
-}
-
-// ExecContext executes a named statement using the struct passed.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) ExecContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return *new(sql.Result), err
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.ExecContext(ctx, args...)
-}
-
-// QueryContext executes a named statement using the struct argument, returning rows.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error) {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.QueryContext(ctx, args...)
-}
-
-// QueryRowContext executes a named statement against the database.  Because sqlx cannot
-// create a *sql.Row with an error condition pre-set for binding errors, sqlx
-// returns a *sqlx.Row instead.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryRowContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) *Row {
-	args, err := bindAnyArgs(n.Params, arg, n.Stmt.Mapper)
-	if err != nil {
-		return &Row{err: err}
-	}
-	return n.Stmt.QueryRowxContext(ctx, args...)
-}
-
-// MustExecContext execs a NamedStmt, panicing on error
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) MustExecContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) sql.Result {
-	res, err := n.ExecContext(ctx, arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return res
-}
-
-// QueryxContext using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := n.QueryContext(ctx, arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, Mapper: n.Stmt.Mapper, unsafe: isUnsafe(n)}, err
-}
-
-// QueryRowxContext this NamedStmt.  Because of limitations with QueryRow, this is
-// an alias for QueryRow.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, arg interface{}) *Row {
-	return n.QueryRowContext(ctx, arg)
-}
-
-// SelectContext using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) SelectContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, arg interface{}) error {
-	rows, err := n.QueryxContext(ctx, arg)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// if something happens here, we want to make sure the rows are Closed
-	defer rows.Close()
-	return scanAll(rows, dest, false)
-}
-
-// GetContext using this NamedStmt
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (n *NamedStmt) GetContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, arg interface{}) error {
-	r := n.QueryRowxContext(ctx, arg)
-	return r.scanAny(dest, false)
-}
-
-// NamedQueryContext binds a named query and then runs Query on the result using the
-// provided Ext (sqlx.Tx, sqlx.Db).  It works with both structs and with
-// map[string]interface{} types.
-func NamedQueryContext(ctx context.Context, e ExtContext, query string, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	q, args, err := bindNamedMapper(BindType(e.DriverName()), query, arg, mapperFor(e))
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return e.QueryxContext(ctx, q, args...)
-}
-
-// NamedExecContext uses BindStruct to get a query executable by the driver and
-// then runs Exec on the result.  Returns an error from the binding
-// or the query excution itself.
-func NamedExecContext(ctx context.Context, e ExtContext, query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	q, args, err := bindNamedMapper(BindType(e.DriverName()), query, arg, mapperFor(e))
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return e.ExecContext(ctx, q, args...)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/README.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index f01d3d1..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,17 +0,0 @@
-# reflectx
-
-The sqlx package has special reflect needs.  In particular, it needs to:
-
-* be able to map a name to a field
-* understand embedded structs
-* understand mapping names to fields by a particular tag
-* user specified name -> field mapping functions
-
-These behaviors mimic the behaviors by the standard library marshallers and also the
-behavior of standard Go accessors.
-
-The first two are amply taken care of by `Reflect.Value.FieldByName`, and the third is
-addressed by `Reflect.Value.FieldByNameFunc`, but these don't quite understand struct
-tags in the ways that are vital to most marshallers, and they are slow.
-
-This reflectx package extends reflect to achieve these goals.
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/reflect.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/reflect.go
deleted file mode 100644
index f2802b8..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx/reflect.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,422 +0,0 @@
-// Package reflectx implements extensions to the standard reflect lib suitable
-// for implementing marshalling and unmarshalling packages.  The main Mapper type
-// allows for Go-compatible named attribute access, including accessing embedded
-// struct attributes and the ability to use  functions and struct tags to
-// customize field names.
-//
-package reflectx
-
-import (
-	"reflect"
-	"runtime"
-	"strings"
-	"sync"
-)
-
-// A FieldInfo is metadata for a struct field.
-type FieldInfo struct {
-	Index    []int
-	Path     string
-	Field    reflect.StructField
-	Zero     reflect.Value
-	Name     string
-	Options  map[string]string
-	Embedded bool
-	Children []*FieldInfo
-	Parent   *FieldInfo
-}
-
-// A StructMap is an index of field metadata for a struct.
-type StructMap struct {
-	Tree  *FieldInfo
-	Index []*FieldInfo
-	Paths map[string]*FieldInfo
-	Names map[string]*FieldInfo
-}
-
-// GetByPath returns a *FieldInfo for a given string path.
-func (f StructMap) GetByPath(path string) *FieldInfo {
-	return f.Paths[path]
-}
-
-// GetByTraversal returns a *FieldInfo for a given integer path.  It is
-// analogous to reflect.FieldByIndex, but using the cached traversal
-// rather than re-executing the reflect machinery each time.
-func (f StructMap) GetByTraversal(index []int) *FieldInfo {
-	if len(index) == 0 {
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	tree := f.Tree
-	for _, i := range index {
-		if i >= len(tree.Children) || tree.Children[i] == nil {
-			return nil
-		}
-		tree = tree.Children[i]
-	}
-	return tree
-}
-
-// Mapper is a general purpose mapper of names to struct fields.  A Mapper
-// behaves like most marshallers in the standard library, obeying a field tag
-// for name mapping but also providing a basic transform function.
-type Mapper struct {
-	cache      map[reflect.Type]*StructMap
-	tagName    string
-	tagMapFunc func(string) string
-	mapFunc    func(string) string
-	mutex      sync.Mutex
-}
-
-// NewMapper returns a new mapper using the tagName as its struct field tag.
-// If tagName is the empty string, it is ignored.
-func NewMapper(tagName string) *Mapper {
-	return &Mapper{
-		cache:   make(map[reflect.Type]*StructMap),
-		tagName: tagName,
-	}
-}
-
-// NewMapperTagFunc returns a new mapper which contains a mapper for field names
-// AND a mapper for tag values.  This is useful for tags like json which can
-// have values like "name,omitempty".
-func NewMapperTagFunc(tagName string, mapFunc, tagMapFunc func(string) string) *Mapper {
-	return &Mapper{
-		cache:      make(map[reflect.Type]*StructMap),
-		tagName:    tagName,
-		mapFunc:    mapFunc,
-		tagMapFunc: tagMapFunc,
-	}
-}
-
-// NewMapperFunc returns a new mapper which optionally obeys a field tag and
-// a struct field name mapper func given by f.  Tags will take precedence, but
-// for any other field, the mapped name will be f(field.Name)
-func NewMapperFunc(tagName string, f func(string) string) *Mapper {
-	return &Mapper{
-		cache:   make(map[reflect.Type]*StructMap),
-		tagName: tagName,
-		mapFunc: f,
-	}
-}
-
-// TypeMap returns a mapping of field strings to int slices representing
-// the traversal down the struct to reach the field.
-func (m *Mapper) TypeMap(t reflect.Type) *StructMap {
-	m.mutex.Lock()
-	mapping, ok := m.cache[t]
-	if !ok {
-		mapping = getMapping(t, m.tagName, m.mapFunc, m.tagMapFunc)
-		m.cache[t] = mapping
-	}
-	m.mutex.Unlock()
-	return mapping
-}
-
-// FieldMap returns the mapper's mapping of field names to reflect values.  Panics
-// if v's Kind is not Struct, or v is not Indirectable to a struct kind.
-func (m *Mapper) FieldMap(v reflect.Value) map[string]reflect.Value {
-	v = reflect.Indirect(v)
-	mustBe(v, reflect.Struct)
-
-	r := map[string]reflect.Value{}
-	tm := m.TypeMap(v.Type())
-	for tagName, fi := range tm.Names {
-		r[tagName] = FieldByIndexes(v, fi.Index)
-	}
-	return r
-}
-
-// FieldByName returns a field by its mapped name as a reflect.Value.
-// Panics if v's Kind is not Struct or v is not Indirectable to a struct Kind.
-// Returns zero Value if the name is not found.
-func (m *Mapper) FieldByName(v reflect.Value, name string) reflect.Value {
-	v = reflect.Indirect(v)
-	mustBe(v, reflect.Struct)
-
-	tm := m.TypeMap(v.Type())
-	fi, ok := tm.Names[name]
-	if !ok {
-		return v
-	}
-	return FieldByIndexes(v, fi.Index)
-}
-
-// FieldsByName returns a slice of values corresponding to the slice of names
-// for the value.  Panics if v's Kind is not Struct or v is not Indirectable
-// to a struct Kind.  Returns zero Value for each name not found.
-func (m *Mapper) FieldsByName(v reflect.Value, names []string) []reflect.Value {
-	v = reflect.Indirect(v)
-	mustBe(v, reflect.Struct)
-
-	tm := m.TypeMap(v.Type())
-	vals := make([]reflect.Value, 0, len(names))
-	for _, name := range names {
-		fi, ok := tm.Names[name]
-		if !ok {
-			vals = append(vals, *new(reflect.Value))
-		} else {
-			vals = append(vals, FieldByIndexes(v, fi.Index))
-		}
-	}
-	return vals
-}
-
-// TraversalsByName returns a slice of int slices which represent the struct
-// traversals for each mapped name.  Panics if t is not a struct or Indirectable
-// to a struct.  Returns empty int slice for each name not found.
-func (m *Mapper) TraversalsByName(t reflect.Type, names []string) [][]int {
-	t = Deref(t)
-	mustBe(t, reflect.Struct)
-	tm := m.TypeMap(t)
-
-	r := make([][]int, 0, len(names))
-	for _, name := range names {
-		fi, ok := tm.Names[name]
-		if !ok {
-			r = append(r, []int{})
-		} else {
-			r = append(r, fi.Index)
-		}
-	}
-	return r
-}
-
-// FieldByIndexes returns a value for the field given by the struct traversal
-// for the given value.
-func FieldByIndexes(v reflect.Value, indexes []int) reflect.Value {
-	for _, i := range indexes {
-		v = reflect.Indirect(v).Field(i)
-		// if this is a pointer and it's nil, allocate a new value and set it
-		if v.Kind() == reflect.Ptr && v.IsNil() {
-			alloc := reflect.New(Deref(v.Type()))
-			v.Set(alloc)
-		}
-		if v.Kind() == reflect.Map && v.IsNil() {
-			v.Set(reflect.MakeMap(v.Type()))
-		}
-	}
-	return v
-}
-
-// FieldByIndexesReadOnly returns a value for a particular struct traversal,
-// but is not concerned with allocating nil pointers because the value is
-// going to be used for reading and not setting.
-func FieldByIndexesReadOnly(v reflect.Value, indexes []int) reflect.Value {
-	for _, i := range indexes {
-		v = reflect.Indirect(v).Field(i)
-	}
-	return v
-}
-
-// Deref is Indirect for reflect.Types
-func Deref(t reflect.Type) reflect.Type {
-	if t.Kind() == reflect.Ptr {
-		t = t.Elem()
-	}
-	return t
-}
-
-// -- helpers & utilities --
-
-type kinder interface {
-	Kind() reflect.Kind
-}
-
-// mustBe checks a value against a kind, panicing with a reflect.ValueError
-// if the kind isn't that which is required.
-func mustBe(v kinder, expected reflect.Kind) {
-	if k := v.Kind(); k != expected {
-		panic(&reflect.ValueError{Method: methodName(), Kind: k})
-	}
-}
-
-// methodName returns the caller of the function calling methodName
-func methodName() string {
-	pc, _, _, _ := runtime.Caller(2)
-	f := runtime.FuncForPC(pc)
-	if f == nil {
-		return "unknown method"
-	}
-	return f.Name()
-}
-
-type typeQueue struct {
-	t  reflect.Type
-	fi *FieldInfo
-	pp string // Parent path
-}
-
-// A copying append that creates a new slice each time.
-func apnd(is []int, i int) []int {
-	x := make([]int, len(is)+1)
-	for p, n := range is {
-		x[p] = n
-	}
-	x[len(x)-1] = i
-	return x
-}
-
-type mapf func(string) string
-
-// parseName parses the tag and the target name for the given field using
-// the tagName (eg 'json' for `json:"foo"` tags), mapFunc for mapping the
-// field's name to a target name, and tagMapFunc for mapping the tag to
-// a target name.
-func parseName(field reflect.StructField, tagName string, mapFunc, tagMapFunc mapf) (tag, fieldName string) {
-	// first, set the fieldName to the field's name
-	fieldName = field.Name
-	// if a mapFunc is set, use that to override the fieldName
-	if mapFunc != nil {
-		fieldName = mapFunc(fieldName)
-	}
-
-	// if there's no tag to look for, return the field name
-	if tagName == "" {
-		return "", fieldName
-	}
-
-	// if this tag is not set using the normal convention in the tag,
-	// then return the fieldname..  this check is done because according
-	// to the reflect documentation:
-	//    If the tag does not have the conventional format,
-	//    the value returned by Get is unspecified.
-	// which doesn't sound great.
-	if !strings.Contains(string(field.Tag), tagName+":") {
-		return "", fieldName
-	}
-
-	// at this point we're fairly sure that we have a tag, so lets pull it out
-	tag = field.Tag.Get(tagName)
-
-	// if we have a mapper function, call it on the whole tag
-	// XXX: this is a change from the old version, which pulled out the name
-	// before the tagMapFunc could be run, but I think this is the right way
-	if tagMapFunc != nil {
-		tag = tagMapFunc(tag)
-	}
-
-	// finally, split the options from the name
-	parts := strings.Split(tag, ",")
-	fieldName = parts[0]
-
-	return tag, fieldName
-}
-
-// parseOptions parses options out of a tag string, skipping the name
-func parseOptions(tag string) map[string]string {
-	parts := strings.Split(tag, ",")
-	options := make(map[string]string, len(parts))
-	if len(parts) > 1 {
-		for _, opt := range parts[1:] {
-			// short circuit potentially expensive split op
-			if strings.Contains(opt, "=") {
-				kv := strings.Split(opt, "=")
-				options[kv[0]] = kv[1]
-				continue
-			}
-			options[opt] = ""
-		}
-	}
-	return options
-}
-
-// getMapping returns a mapping for the t type, using the tagName, mapFunc and
-// tagMapFunc to determine the canonical names of fields.
-func getMapping(t reflect.Type, tagName string, mapFunc, tagMapFunc mapf) *StructMap {
-	m := []*FieldInfo{}
-
-	root := &FieldInfo{}
-	queue := []typeQueue{}
-	queue = append(queue, typeQueue{Deref(t), root, ""})
-
-QueueLoop:
-	for len(queue) != 0 {
-		// pop the first item off of the queue
-		tq := queue[0]
-		queue = queue[1:]
-
-		// ignore recursive field
-		for p := tq.fi.Parent; p != nil; p = p.Parent {
-			if tq.fi.Field.Type == p.Field.Type {
-				continue QueueLoop
-			}
-		}
-
-		nChildren := 0
-		if tq.t.Kind() == reflect.Struct {
-			nChildren = tq.t.NumField()
-		}
-		tq.fi.Children = make([]*FieldInfo, nChildren)
-
-		// iterate through all of its fields
-		for fieldPos := 0; fieldPos < nChildren; fieldPos++ {
-
-			f := tq.t.Field(fieldPos)
-
-			// parse the tag and the target name using the mapping options for this field
-			tag, name := parseName(f, tagName, mapFunc, tagMapFunc)
-
-			// if the name is "-", disabled via a tag, skip it
-			if name == "-" {
-				continue
-			}
-
-			fi := FieldInfo{
-				Field:   f,
-				Name:    name,
-				Zero:    reflect.New(f.Type).Elem(),
-				Options: parseOptions(tag),
-			}
-
-			// if the path is empty this path is just the name
-			if tq.pp == "" {
-				fi.Path = fi.Name
-			} else {
-				fi.Path = tq.pp + "." + fi.Name
-			}
-
-			// skip unexported fields
-			if len(f.PkgPath) != 0 && !f.Anonymous {
-				continue
-			}
-
-			// bfs search of anonymous embedded structs
-			if f.Anonymous {
-				pp := tq.pp
-				if tag != "" {
-					pp = fi.Path
-				}
-
-				fi.Embedded = true
-				fi.Index = apnd(tq.fi.Index, fieldPos)
-				nChildren := 0
-				ft := Deref(f.Type)
-				if ft.Kind() == reflect.Struct {
-					nChildren = ft.NumField()
-				}
-				fi.Children = make([]*FieldInfo, nChildren)
-				queue = append(queue, typeQueue{Deref(f.Type), &fi, pp})
-			} else if fi.Zero.Kind() == reflect.Struct || (fi.Zero.Kind() == reflect.Ptr && fi.Zero.Type().Elem().Kind() == reflect.Struct) {
-				fi.Index = apnd(tq.fi.Index, fieldPos)
-				fi.Children = make([]*FieldInfo, Deref(f.Type).NumField())
-				queue = append(queue, typeQueue{Deref(f.Type), &fi, fi.Path})
-			}
-
-			fi.Index = apnd(tq.fi.Index, fieldPos)
-			fi.Parent = tq.fi
-			tq.fi.Children[fieldPos] = &fi
-			m = append(m, &fi)
-		}
-	}
-
-	flds := &StructMap{Index: m, Tree: root, Paths: map[string]*FieldInfo{}, Names: map[string]*FieldInfo{}}
-	for _, fi := range flds.Index {
-		flds.Paths[fi.Path] = fi
-		if fi.Name != "" && !fi.Embedded {
-			flds.Names[fi.Path] = fi
-		}
-	}
-
-	return flds
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 4859d5a..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1035 +0,0 @@
-package sqlx
-
-import (
-	"database/sql"
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-
-	"io/ioutil"
-	"path/filepath"
-	"reflect"
-	"strings"
-	"sync"
-
-	"github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/reflectx"
-)
-
-// Although the NameMapper is convenient, in practice it should not
-// be relied on except for application code.  If you are writing a library
-// that uses sqlx, you should be aware that the name mappings you expect
-// can be overridden by your user's application.
-
-// NameMapper is used to map column names to struct field names.  By default,
-// it uses strings.ToLower to lowercase struct field names.  It can be set
-// to whatever you want, but it is encouraged to be set before sqlx is used
-// as name-to-field mappings are cached after first use on a type.
-var NameMapper = strings.ToLower
-var origMapper = reflect.ValueOf(NameMapper)
-
-// Rather than creating on init, this is created when necessary so that
-// importers have time to customize the NameMapper.
-var mpr *reflectx.Mapper
-
-// mprMu protects mpr.
-var mprMu sync.Mutex
-
-// mapper returns a valid mapper using the configured NameMapper func.
-func mapper() *reflectx.Mapper {
-	mprMu.Lock()
-	defer mprMu.Unlock()
-
-	if mpr == nil {
-		mpr = reflectx.NewMapperFunc("db", NameMapper)
-	} else if origMapper != reflect.ValueOf(NameMapper) {
-		// if NameMapper has changed, create a new mapper
-		mpr = reflectx.NewMapperFunc("db", NameMapper)
-		origMapper = reflect.ValueOf(NameMapper)
-	}
-	return mpr
-}
-
-// isScannable takes the reflect.Type and the actual dest value and returns
-// whether or not it's Scannable.  Something is scannable if:
-//   * it is not a struct
-//   * it implements sql.Scanner
-//   * it has no exported fields
-func isScannable(t reflect.Type) bool {
-	if reflect.PtrTo(t).Implements(_scannerInterface) {
-		return true
-	}
-	if t.Kind() != reflect.Struct {
-		return true
-	}
-
-	// it's not important that we use the right mapper for this particular object,
-	// we're only concerned on how many exported fields this struct has
-	m := mapper()
-	if len(m.TypeMap(t).Index) == 0 {
-		return true
-	}
-	return false
-}
-
-// ColScanner is an interface used by MapScan and SliceScan
-type ColScanner interface {
-	Columns() ([]string, error)
-	Scan(dest ...interface{}) error
-	Err() error
-}
-
-// Queryer is an interface used by Get and Select
-type Queryer interface {
-	Query(query string, args ...interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error)
-	Queryx(query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error)
-	QueryRowx(query string, args ...interface{}) *Row
-}
-
-// Execer is an interface used by MustExec and LoadFile
-type Execer interface {
-	Exec(query string, args ...interface{}) (sql.Result, error)
-}
-
-// Binder is an interface for something which can bind queries (Tx, DB)
-type binder interface {
-	DriverName() string
-	Rebind(string) string
-	BindNamed(string, interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error)
-}
-
-// Ext is a union interface which can bind, query, and exec, used by
-// NamedQuery and NamedExec.
-type Ext interface {
-	binder
-	Queryer
-	Execer
-}
-
-// Preparer is an interface used by Preparex.
-type Preparer interface {
-	Prepare(query string) (*sql.Stmt, error)
-}
-
-// determine if any of our extensions are unsafe
-func isUnsafe(i interface{}) bool {
-	switch v := i.(type) {
-	case Row:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *Row:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case Rows:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *Rows:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case NamedStmt:
-		return v.Stmt.unsafe
-	case *NamedStmt:
-		return v.Stmt.unsafe
-	case Stmt:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *Stmt:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case qStmt:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *qStmt:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case DB:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *DB:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case Tx:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case *Tx:
-		return v.unsafe
-	case sql.Rows, *sql.Rows:
-		return false
-	default:
-		return false
-	}
-}
-
-func mapperFor(i interface{}) *reflectx.Mapper {
-	switch i.(type) {
-	case DB:
-		return i.(DB).Mapper
-	case *DB:
-		return i.(*DB).Mapper
-	case Tx:
-		return i.(Tx).Mapper
-	case *Tx:
-		return i.(*Tx).Mapper
-	default:
-		return mapper()
-	}
-}
-
-var _scannerInterface = reflect.TypeOf((*sql.Scanner)(nil)).Elem()
-var _valuerInterface = reflect.TypeOf((*driver.Valuer)(nil)).Elem()
-
-// Row is a reimplementation of sql.Row in order to gain access to the underlying
-// sql.Rows.Columns() data, necessary for StructScan.
-type Row struct {
-	err    error
-	unsafe bool
-	rows   *sql.Rows
-	Mapper *reflectx.Mapper
-}
-
-// Scan is a fixed implementation of sql.Row.Scan, which does not discard the
-// underlying error from the internal rows object if it exists.
-func (r *Row) Scan(dest ...interface{}) error {
-	if r.err != nil {
-		return r.err
-	}
-
-	// TODO(bradfitz): for now we need to defensively clone all
-	// []byte that the driver returned (not permitting
-	// *RawBytes in Rows.Scan), since we're about to close
-	// the Rows in our defer, when we return from this function.
-	// the contract with the driver.Next(...) interface is that it
-	// can return slices into read-only temporary memory that's
-	// only valid until the next Scan/Close.  But the TODO is that
-	// for a lot of drivers, this copy will be unnecessary.  We
-	// should provide an optional interface for drivers to
-	// implement to say, "don't worry, the []bytes that I return
-	// from Next will not be modified again." (for instance, if
-	// they were obtained from the network anyway) But for now we
-	// don't care.
-	defer r.rows.Close()
-	for _, dp := range dest {
-		if _, ok := dp.(*sql.RawBytes); ok {
-			return errors.New("sql: RawBytes isn't allowed on Row.Scan")
-		}
-	}
-
-	if !r.rows.Next() {
-		if err := r.rows.Err(); err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-		return sql.ErrNoRows
-	}
-	err := r.rows.Scan(dest...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// Make sure the query can be processed to completion with no errors.
-	if err := r.rows.Close(); err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Columns returns the underlying sql.Rows.Columns(), or the deferred error usually
-// returned by Row.Scan()
-func (r *Row) Columns() ([]string, error) {
-	if r.err != nil {
-		return []string{}, r.err
-	}
-	return r.rows.Columns()
-}
-
-// Err returns the error encountered while scanning.
-func (r *Row) Err() error {
-	return r.err
-}
-
-// DB is a wrapper around sql.DB which keeps track of the driverName upon Open,
-// used mostly to automatically bind named queries using the right bindvars.
-type DB struct {
-	*sql.DB
-	driverName string
-	unsafe     bool
-	Mapper     *reflectx.Mapper
-}
-
-// NewDb returns a new sqlx DB wrapper for a pre-existing *sql.DB.  The
-// driverName of the original database is required for named query support.
-func NewDb(db *sql.DB, driverName string) *DB {
-	return &DB{DB: db, driverName: driverName, Mapper: mapper()}
-}
-
-// DriverName returns the driverName passed to the Open function for this DB.
-func (db *DB) DriverName() string {
-	return db.driverName
-}
-
-// Open is the same as sql.Open, but returns an *sqlx.DB instead.
-func Open(driverName, dataSourceName string) (*DB, error) {
-	db, err := sql.Open(driverName, dataSourceName)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &DB{DB: db, driverName: driverName, Mapper: mapper()}, err
-}
-
-// MustOpen is the same as sql.Open, but returns an *sqlx.DB instead and panics on error.
-func MustOpen(driverName, dataSourceName string) *DB {
-	db, err := Open(driverName, dataSourceName)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return db
-}
-
-// MapperFunc sets a new mapper for this db using the default sqlx struct tag
-// and the provided mapper function.
-func (db *DB) MapperFunc(mf func(string) string) {
-	db.Mapper = reflectx.NewMapperFunc("db", mf)
-}
-
-// Rebind transforms a query from QUESTION to the DB driver's bindvar type.
-func (db *DB) Rebind(query string) string {
-	return Rebind(BindType(db.driverName), query)
-}
-
-// Unsafe returns a version of DB which will silently succeed to scan when
-// columns in the SQL result have no fields in the destination struct.
-// sqlx.Stmt and sqlx.Tx which are created from this DB will inherit its
-// safety behavior.
-func (db *DB) Unsafe() *DB {
-	return &DB{DB: db.DB, driverName: db.driverName, unsafe: true, Mapper: db.Mapper}
-}
-
-// BindNamed binds a query using the DB driver's bindvar type.
-func (db *DB) BindNamed(query string, arg interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	return bindNamedMapper(BindType(db.driverName), query, arg, db.Mapper)
-}
-
-// NamedQuery using this DB.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (db *DB) NamedQuery(query string, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	return NamedQuery(db, query, arg)
-}
-
-// NamedExec using this DB.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (db *DB) NamedExec(query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return NamedExec(db, query, arg)
-}
-
-// Select using this DB.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) Select(dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Select(db, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// Get using this DB.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (db *DB) Get(dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Get(db, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// MustBegin starts a transaction, and panics on error.  Returns an *sqlx.Tx instead
-// of an *sql.Tx.
-func (db *DB) MustBegin() *Tx {
-	tx, err := db.Beginx()
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return tx
-}
-
-// Beginx begins a transaction and returns an *sqlx.Tx instead of an *sql.Tx.
-func (db *DB) Beginx() (*Tx, error) {
-	tx, err := db.DB.Begin()
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Tx{Tx: tx, driverName: db.driverName, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// Queryx queries the database and returns an *sqlx.Rows.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) Queryx(query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := db.DB.Query(query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// QueryRowx queries the database and returns an *sqlx.Row.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) QueryRowx(query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := db.DB.Query(query, args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}
-}
-
-// MustExec (panic) runs MustExec using this database.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) MustExec(query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExec(db, query, args...)
-}
-
-// Preparex returns an sqlx.Stmt instead of a sql.Stmt
-func (db *DB) Preparex(query string) (*Stmt, error) {
-	return Preparex(db, query)
-}
-
-// PrepareNamed returns an sqlx.NamedStmt
-func (db *DB) PrepareNamed(query string) (*NamedStmt, error) {
-	return prepareNamed(db, query)
-}
-
-// Tx is an sqlx wrapper around sql.Tx with extra functionality
-type Tx struct {
-	*sql.Tx
-	driverName string
-	unsafe     bool
-	Mapper     *reflectx.Mapper
-}
-
-// DriverName returns the driverName used by the DB which began this transaction.
-func (tx *Tx) DriverName() string {
-	return tx.driverName
-}
-
-// Rebind a query within a transaction's bindvar type.
-func (tx *Tx) Rebind(query string) string {
-	return Rebind(BindType(tx.driverName), query)
-}
-
-// Unsafe returns a version of Tx which will silently succeed to scan when
-// columns in the SQL result have no fields in the destination struct.
-func (tx *Tx) Unsafe() *Tx {
-	return &Tx{Tx: tx.Tx, driverName: tx.driverName, unsafe: true, Mapper: tx.Mapper}
-}
-
-// BindNamed binds a query within a transaction's bindvar type.
-func (tx *Tx) BindNamed(query string, arg interface{}) (string, []interface{}, error) {
-	return bindNamedMapper(BindType(tx.driverName), query, arg, tx.Mapper)
-}
-
-// NamedQuery within a transaction.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (tx *Tx) NamedQuery(query string, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	return NamedQuery(tx, query, arg)
-}
-
-// NamedExec a named query within a transaction.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (tx *Tx) NamedExec(query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return NamedExec(tx, query, arg)
-}
-
-// Select within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) Select(dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Select(tx, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// Queryx within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) Queryx(query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := tx.Tx.Query(query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: tx.unsafe, Mapper: tx.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// QueryRowx within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) QueryRowx(query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := tx.Tx.Query(query, args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: tx.unsafe, Mapper: tx.Mapper}
-}
-
-// Get within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (tx *Tx) Get(dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Get(tx, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// MustExec runs MustExec within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) MustExec(query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExec(tx, query, args...)
-}
-
-// Preparex  a statement within a transaction.
-func (tx *Tx) Preparex(query string) (*Stmt, error) {
-	return Preparex(tx, query)
-}
-
-// Stmtx returns a version of the prepared statement which runs within a transaction.  Provided
-// stmt can be either *sql.Stmt or *sqlx.Stmt.
-func (tx *Tx) Stmtx(stmt interface{}) *Stmt {
-	var s *sql.Stmt
-	switch v := stmt.(type) {
-	case Stmt:
-		s = v.Stmt
-	case *Stmt:
-		s = v.Stmt
-	case sql.Stmt:
-		s = &v
-	case *sql.Stmt:
-		s = v
-	default:
-		panic(fmt.Sprintf("non-statement type %v passed to Stmtx", reflect.ValueOf(stmt).Type()))
-	}
-	return &Stmt{Stmt: tx.Stmt(s), Mapper: tx.Mapper}
-}
-
-// NamedStmt returns a version of the prepared statement which runs within a transaction.
-func (tx *Tx) NamedStmt(stmt *NamedStmt) *NamedStmt {
-	return &NamedStmt{
-		QueryString: stmt.QueryString,
-		Params:      stmt.Params,
-		Stmt:        tx.Stmtx(stmt.Stmt),
-	}
-}
-
-// PrepareNamed returns an sqlx.NamedStmt
-func (tx *Tx) PrepareNamed(query string) (*NamedStmt, error) {
-	return prepareNamed(tx, query)
-}
-
-// Stmt is an sqlx wrapper around sql.Stmt with extra functionality
-type Stmt struct {
-	*sql.Stmt
-	unsafe bool
-	Mapper *reflectx.Mapper
-}
-
-// Unsafe returns a version of Stmt which will silently succeed to scan when
-// columns in the SQL result have no fields in the destination struct.
-func (s *Stmt) Unsafe() *Stmt {
-	return &Stmt{Stmt: s.Stmt, unsafe: true, Mapper: s.Mapper}
-}
-
-// Select using the prepared statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) Select(dest interface{}, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Select(&qStmt{s}, dest, "", args...)
-}
-
-// Get using the prepared statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (s *Stmt) Get(dest interface{}, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return Get(&qStmt{s}, dest, "", args...)
-}
-
-// MustExec (panic) using this statement.  Note that the query portion of the error
-// output will be blank, as Stmt does not expose its query.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) MustExec(args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExec(&qStmt{s}, "", args...)
-}
-
-// QueryRowx using this statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) QueryRowx(args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	qs := &qStmt{s}
-	return qs.QueryRowx("", args...)
-}
-
-// Queryx using this statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) Queryx(args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	qs := &qStmt{s}
-	return qs.Queryx("", args...)
-}
-
-// qStmt is an unexposed wrapper which lets you use a Stmt as a Queryer & Execer by
-// implementing those interfaces and ignoring the `query` argument.
-type qStmt struct{ *Stmt }
-
-func (q *qStmt) Query(query string, args ...interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error) {
-	return q.Stmt.Query(args...)
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) Queryx(query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := q.Stmt.Query(args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: q.Stmt.unsafe, Mapper: q.Stmt.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) QueryRowx(query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := q.Stmt.Query(args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: q.Stmt.unsafe, Mapper: q.Stmt.Mapper}
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) Exec(query string, args ...interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return q.Stmt.Exec(args...)
-}
-
-// Rows is a wrapper around sql.Rows which caches costly reflect operations
-// during a looped StructScan
-type Rows struct {
-	*sql.Rows
-	unsafe bool
-	Mapper *reflectx.Mapper
-	// these fields cache memory use for a rows during iteration w/ structScan
-	started bool
-	fields  [][]int
-	values  []interface{}
-}
-
-// SliceScan using this Rows.
-func (r *Rows) SliceScan() ([]interface{}, error) {
-	return SliceScan(r)
-}
-
-// MapScan using this Rows.
-func (r *Rows) MapScan(dest map[string]interface{}) error {
-	return MapScan(r, dest)
-}
-
-// StructScan is like sql.Rows.Scan, but scans a single Row into a single Struct.
-// Use this and iterate over Rows manually when the memory load of Select() might be
-// prohibitive.  *Rows.StructScan caches the reflect work of matching up column
-// positions to fields to avoid that overhead per scan, which means it is not safe
-// to run StructScan on the same Rows instance with different struct types.
-func (r *Rows) StructScan(dest interface{}) error {
-	v := reflect.ValueOf(dest)
-
-	if v.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
-		return errors.New("must pass a pointer, not a value, to StructScan destination")
-	}
-
-	v = reflect.Indirect(v)
-
-	if !r.started {
-		columns, err := r.Columns()
-		if err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-		m := r.Mapper
-
-		r.fields = m.TraversalsByName(v.Type(), columns)
-		// if we are not unsafe and are missing fields, return an error
-		if f, err := missingFields(r.fields); err != nil && !r.unsafe {
-			return fmt.Errorf("missing destination name %s in %T", columns[f], dest)
-		}
-		r.values = make([]interface{}, len(columns))
-		r.started = true
-	}
-
-	err := fieldsByTraversal(v, r.fields, r.values, true)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// scan into the struct field pointers and append to our results
-	err = r.Scan(r.values...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	return r.Err()
-}
-
-// Connect to a database and verify with a ping.
-func Connect(driverName, dataSourceName string) (*DB, error) {
-	db, err := Open(driverName, dataSourceName)
-	if err != nil {
-		return db, err
-	}
-	err = db.Ping()
-	return db, err
-}
-
-// MustConnect connects to a database and panics on error.
-func MustConnect(driverName, dataSourceName string) *DB {
-	db, err := Connect(driverName, dataSourceName)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return db
-}
-
-// Preparex prepares a statement.
-func Preparex(p Preparer, query string) (*Stmt, error) {
-	s, err := p.Prepare(query)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Stmt{Stmt: s, unsafe: isUnsafe(p), Mapper: mapperFor(p)}, err
-}
-
-// Select executes a query using the provided Queryer, and StructScans each row
-// into dest, which must be a slice.  If the slice elements are scannable, then
-// the result set must have only one column.  Otherwise, StructScan is used.
-// The *sql.Rows are closed automatically.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func Select(q Queryer, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	rows, err := q.Queryx(query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// if something happens here, we want to make sure the rows are Closed
-	defer rows.Close()
-	return scanAll(rows, dest, false)
-}
-
-// Get does a QueryRow using the provided Queryer, and scans the resulting row
-// to dest.  If dest is scannable, the result must only have one column.  Otherwise,
-// StructScan is used.  Get will return sql.ErrNoRows like row.Scan would.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func Get(q Queryer, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	r := q.QueryRowx(query, args...)
-	return r.scanAny(dest, false)
-}
-
-// LoadFile exec's every statement in a file (as a single call to Exec).
-// LoadFile may return a nil *sql.Result if errors are encountered locating or
-// reading the file at path.  LoadFile reads the entire file into memory, so it
-// is not suitable for loading large data dumps, but can be useful for initializing
-// schemas or loading indexes.
-//
-// FIXME: this does not really work with multi-statement files for mattn/go-sqlite3
-// or the go-mysql-driver/mysql drivers;  pq seems to be an exception here.  Detecting
-// this by requiring something with DriverName() and then attempting to split the
-// queries will be difficult to get right, and its current driver-specific behavior
-// is deemed at least not complex in its incorrectness.
-func LoadFile(e Execer, path string) (*sql.Result, error) {
-	realpath, err := filepath.Abs(path)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	contents, err := ioutil.ReadFile(realpath)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	res, err := e.Exec(string(contents))
-	return &res, err
-}
-
-// MustExec execs the query using e and panics if there was an error.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func MustExec(e Execer, query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	res, err := e.Exec(query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return res
-}
-
-// SliceScan using this Rows.
-func (r *Row) SliceScan() ([]interface{}, error) {
-	return SliceScan(r)
-}
-
-// MapScan using this Rows.
-func (r *Row) MapScan(dest map[string]interface{}) error {
-	return MapScan(r, dest)
-}
-
-func (r *Row) scanAny(dest interface{}, structOnly bool) error {
-	if r.err != nil {
-		return r.err
-	}
-	if r.rows == nil {
-		r.err = sql.ErrNoRows
-		return r.err
-	}
-	defer r.rows.Close()
-
-	v := reflect.ValueOf(dest)
-	if v.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
-		return errors.New("must pass a pointer, not a value, to StructScan destination")
-	}
-	if v.IsNil() {
-		return errors.New("nil pointer passed to StructScan destination")
-	}
-
-	base := reflectx.Deref(v.Type())
-	scannable := isScannable(base)
-
-	if structOnly && scannable {
-		return structOnlyError(base)
-	}
-
-	columns, err := r.Columns()
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	if scannable && len(columns) > 1 {
-		return fmt.Errorf("scannable dest type %s with >1 columns (%d) in result", base.Kind(), len(columns))
-	}
-
-	if scannable {
-		return r.Scan(dest)
-	}
-
-	m := r.Mapper
-
-	fields := m.TraversalsByName(v.Type(), columns)
-	// if we are not unsafe and are missing fields, return an error
-	if f, err := missingFields(fields); err != nil && !r.unsafe {
-		return fmt.Errorf("missing destination name %s in %T", columns[f], dest)
-	}
-	values := make([]interface{}, len(columns))
-
-	err = fieldsByTraversal(v, fields, values, true)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// scan into the struct field pointers and append to our results
-	return r.Scan(values...)
-}
-
-// StructScan a single Row into dest.
-func (r *Row) StructScan(dest interface{}) error {
-	return r.scanAny(dest, true)
-}
-
-// SliceScan a row, returning a []interface{} with values similar to MapScan.
-// This function is primarily intended for use where the number of columns
-// is not known.  Because you can pass an []interface{} directly to Scan,
-// it's recommended that you do that as it will not have to allocate new
-// slices per row.
-func SliceScan(r ColScanner) ([]interface{}, error) {
-	// ignore r.started, since we needn't use reflect for anything.
-	columns, err := r.Columns()
-	if err != nil {
-		return []interface{}{}, err
-	}
-
-	values := make([]interface{}, len(columns))
-	for i := range values {
-		values[i] = new(interface{})
-	}
-
-	err = r.Scan(values...)
-
-	if err != nil {
-		return values, err
-	}
-
-	for i := range columns {
-		values[i] = *(values[i].(*interface{}))
-	}
-
-	return values, r.Err()
-}
-
-// MapScan scans a single Row into the dest map[string]interface{}.
-// Use this to get results for SQL that might not be under your control
-// (for instance, if you're building an interface for an SQL server that
-// executes SQL from input).  Please do not use this as a primary interface!
-// This will modify the map sent to it in place, so reuse the same map with
-// care.  Columns which occur more than once in the result will overwrite
-// each other!
-func MapScan(r ColScanner, dest map[string]interface{}) error {
-	// ignore r.started, since we needn't use reflect for anything.
-	columns, err := r.Columns()
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	values := make([]interface{}, len(columns))
-	for i := range values {
-		values[i] = new(interface{})
-	}
-
-	err = r.Scan(values...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	for i, column := range columns {
-		dest[column] = *(values[i].(*interface{}))
-	}
-
-	return r.Err()
-}
-
-type rowsi interface {
-	Close() error
-	Columns() ([]string, error)
-	Err() error
-	Next() bool
-	Scan(...interface{}) error
-}
-
-// structOnlyError returns an error appropriate for type when a non-scannable
-// struct is expected but something else is given
-func structOnlyError(t reflect.Type) error {
-	isStruct := t.Kind() == reflect.Struct
-	isScanner := reflect.PtrTo(t).Implements(_scannerInterface)
-	if !isStruct {
-		return fmt.Errorf("expected %s but got %s", reflect.Struct, t.Kind())
-	}
-	if isScanner {
-		return fmt.Errorf("structscan expects a struct dest but the provided struct type %s implements scanner", t.Name())
-	}
-	return fmt.Errorf("expected a struct, but struct %s has no exported fields", t.Name())
-}
-
-// scanAll scans all rows into a destination, which must be a slice of any
-// type.  If the destination slice type is a Struct, then StructScan will be
-// used on each row.  If the destination is some other kind of base type, then
-// each row must only have one column which can scan into that type.  This
-// allows you to do something like:
-//
-//    rows, _ := db.Query("select id from people;")
-//    var ids []int
-//    scanAll(rows, &ids, false)
-//
-// and ids will be a list of the id results.  I realize that this is a desirable
-// interface to expose to users, but for now it will only be exposed via changes
-// to `Get` and `Select`.  The reason that this has been implemented like this is
-// this is the only way to not duplicate reflect work in the new API while
-// maintaining backwards compatibility.
-func scanAll(rows rowsi, dest interface{}, structOnly bool) error {
-	var v, vp reflect.Value
-
-	value := reflect.ValueOf(dest)
-
-	// json.Unmarshal returns errors for these
-	if value.Kind() != reflect.Ptr {
-		return errors.New("must pass a pointer, not a value, to StructScan destination")
-	}
-	if value.IsNil() {
-		return errors.New("nil pointer passed to StructScan destination")
-	}
-	direct := reflect.Indirect(value)
-
-	slice, err := baseType(value.Type(), reflect.Slice)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	isPtr := slice.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Ptr
-	base := reflectx.Deref(slice.Elem())
-	scannable := isScannable(base)
-
-	if structOnly && scannable {
-		return structOnlyError(base)
-	}
-
-	columns, err := rows.Columns()
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	// if it's a base type make sure it only has 1 column;  if not return an error
-	if scannable && len(columns) > 1 {
-		return fmt.Errorf("non-struct dest type %s with >1 columns (%d)", base.Kind(), len(columns))
-	}
-
-	if !scannable {
-		var values []interface{}
-		var m *reflectx.Mapper
-
-		switch rows.(type) {
-		case *Rows:
-			m = rows.(*Rows).Mapper
-		default:
-			m = mapper()
-		}
-
-		fields := m.TraversalsByName(base, columns)
-		// if we are not unsafe and are missing fields, return an error
-		if f, err := missingFields(fields); err != nil && !isUnsafe(rows) {
-			return fmt.Errorf("missing destination name %s in %T", columns[f], dest)
-		}
-		values = make([]interface{}, len(columns))
-
-		for rows.Next() {
-			// create a new struct type (which returns PtrTo) and indirect it
-			vp = reflect.New(base)
-			v = reflect.Indirect(vp)
-
-			err = fieldsByTraversal(v, fields, values, true)
-			if err != nil {
-				return err
-			}
-
-			// scan into the struct field pointers and append to our results
-			err = rows.Scan(values...)
-			if err != nil {
-				return err
-			}
-
-			if isPtr {
-				direct.Set(reflect.Append(direct, vp))
-			} else {
-				direct.Set(reflect.Append(direct, v))
-			}
-		}
-	} else {
-		for rows.Next() {
-			vp = reflect.New(base)
-			err = rows.Scan(vp.Interface())
-			if err != nil {
-				return err
-			}
-			// append
-			if isPtr {
-				direct.Set(reflect.Append(direct, vp))
-			} else {
-				direct.Set(reflect.Append(direct, reflect.Indirect(vp)))
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	return rows.Err()
-}
-
-// FIXME: StructScan was the very first bit of API in sqlx, and now unfortunately
-// it doesn't really feel like it's named properly.  There is an incongruency
-// between this and the way that StructScan (which might better be ScanStruct
-// anyway) works on a rows object.
-
-// StructScan all rows from an sql.Rows or an sqlx.Rows into the dest slice.
-// StructScan will scan in the entire rows result, so if you do not want to
-// allocate structs for the entire result, use Queryx and see sqlx.Rows.StructScan.
-// If rows is sqlx.Rows, it will use its mapper, otherwise it will use the default.
-func StructScan(rows rowsi, dest interface{}) error {
-	return scanAll(rows, dest, true)
-
-}
-
-// reflect helpers
-
-func baseType(t reflect.Type, expected reflect.Kind) (reflect.Type, error) {
-	t = reflectx.Deref(t)
-	if t.Kind() != expected {
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("expected %s but got %s", expected, t.Kind())
-	}
-	return t, nil
-}
-
-// fieldsByName fills a values interface with fields from the passed value based
-// on the traversals in int.  If ptrs is true, return addresses instead of values.
-// We write this instead of using FieldsByName to save allocations and map lookups
-// when iterating over many rows.  Empty traversals will get an interface pointer.
-// Because of the necessity of requesting ptrs or values, it's considered a bit too
-// specialized for inclusion in reflectx itself.
-func fieldsByTraversal(v reflect.Value, traversals [][]int, values []interface{}, ptrs bool) error {
-	v = reflect.Indirect(v)
-	if v.Kind() != reflect.Struct {
-		return errors.New("argument not a struct")
-	}
-
-	for i, traversal := range traversals {
-		if len(traversal) == 0 {
-			values[i] = new(interface{})
-			continue
-		}
-		f := reflectx.FieldByIndexes(v, traversal)
-		if ptrs {
-			values[i] = f.Addr().Interface()
-		} else {
-			values[i] = f.Interface()
-		}
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-func missingFields(transversals [][]int) (field int, err error) {
-	for i, t := range transversals {
-		if len(t) == 0 {
-			return i, errors.New("missing field")
-		}
-	}
-	return 0, nil
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx_context.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx_context.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 0b17145..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/jmoiron/sqlx/sqlx_context.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,335 +0,0 @@
-// +build go1.8
-
-package sqlx
-
-import (
-	"context"
-	"database/sql"
-	"fmt"
-	"io/ioutil"
-	"path/filepath"
-	"reflect"
-)
-
-// ConnectContext to a database and verify with a ping.
-func ConnectContext(ctx context.Context, driverName, dataSourceName string) (*DB, error) {
-	db, err := Open(driverName, dataSourceName)
-	if err != nil {
-		return db, err
-	}
-	err = db.PingContext(ctx)
-	return db, err
-}
-
-// QueryerContext is an interface used by GetContext and SelectContext
-type QueryerContext interface {
-	QueryContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error)
-	QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error)
-	QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) *Row
-}
-
-// PreparerContext is an interface used by PreparexContext.
-type PreparerContext interface {
-	PrepareContext(ctx context.Context, query string) (*sql.Stmt, error)
-}
-
-// ExecerContext is an interface used by MustExecContext and LoadFileContext
-type ExecerContext interface {
-	ExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (sql.Result, error)
-}
-
-// ExtContext is a union interface which can bind, query, and exec, with Context
-// used by NamedQueryContext and NamedExecContext.
-type ExtContext interface {
-	binder
-	QueryerContext
-	ExecerContext
-}
-
-// SelectContext executes a query using the provided Queryer, and StructScans
-// each row into dest, which must be a slice.  If the slice elements are
-// scannable, then the result set must have only one column.  Otherwise,
-// StructScan is used. The *sql.Rows are closed automatically.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func SelectContext(ctx context.Context, q QueryerContext, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	rows, err := q.QueryxContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	// if something happens here, we want to make sure the rows are Closed
-	defer rows.Close()
-	return scanAll(rows, dest, false)
-}
-
-// PreparexContext prepares a statement.
-//
-// The provided context is used for the preparation of the statement, not for
-// the execution of the statement.
-func PreparexContext(ctx context.Context, p PreparerContext, query string) (*Stmt, error) {
-	s, err := p.PrepareContext(ctx, query)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Stmt{Stmt: s, unsafe: isUnsafe(p), Mapper: mapperFor(p)}, err
-}
-
-// GetContext does a QueryRow using the provided Queryer, and scans the
-// resulting row to dest.  If dest is scannable, the result must only have one
-// column. Otherwise, StructScan is used.  Get will return sql.ErrNoRows like
-// row.Scan would. Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func GetContext(ctx context.Context, q QueryerContext, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	r := q.QueryRowxContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	return r.scanAny(dest, false)
-}
-
-// LoadFileContext exec's every statement in a file (as a single call to Exec).
-// LoadFileContext may return a nil *sql.Result if errors are encountered
-// locating or reading the file at path.  LoadFile reads the entire file into
-// memory, so it is not suitable for loading large data dumps, but can be useful
-// for initializing schemas or loading indexes.
-//
-// FIXME: this does not really work with multi-statement files for mattn/go-sqlite3
-// or the go-mysql-driver/mysql drivers;  pq seems to be an exception here.  Detecting
-// this by requiring something with DriverName() and then attempting to split the
-// queries will be difficult to get right, and its current driver-specific behavior
-// is deemed at least not complex in its incorrectness.
-func LoadFileContext(ctx context.Context, e ExecerContext, path string) (*sql.Result, error) {
-	realpath, err := filepath.Abs(path)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	contents, err := ioutil.ReadFile(realpath)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	res, err := e.ExecContext(ctx, string(contents))
-	return &res, err
-}
-
-// MustExecContext execs the query using e and panics if there was an error.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func MustExecContext(ctx context.Context, e ExecerContext, query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	res, err := e.ExecContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return res
-}
-
-// PrepareNamedContext returns an sqlx.NamedStmt
-func (db *DB) PrepareNamedContext(ctx context.Context, query string) (*NamedStmt, error) {
-	return prepareNamedContext(ctx, db, query)
-}
-
-// NamedQueryContext using this DB.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (db *DB) NamedQueryContext(ctx context.Context, query string, arg interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	return NamedQueryContext(ctx, db, query, arg)
-}
-
-// NamedExecContext using this DB.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (db *DB) NamedExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return NamedExecContext(ctx, db, query, arg)
-}
-
-// SelectContext using this DB.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) SelectContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return SelectContext(ctx, db, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// GetContext using this DB.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (db *DB) GetContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return GetContext(ctx, db, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// PreparexContext returns an sqlx.Stmt instead of a sql.Stmt.
-//
-// The provided context is used for the preparation of the statement, not for
-// the execution of the statement.
-func (db *DB) PreparexContext(ctx context.Context, query string) (*Stmt, error) {
-	return PreparexContext(ctx, db, query)
-}
-
-// QueryxContext queries the database and returns an *sqlx.Rows.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := db.DB.QueryContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// QueryRowxContext queries the database and returns an *sqlx.Row.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := db.DB.QueryContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}
-}
-
-// MustBeginTx starts a transaction, and panics on error.  Returns an *sqlx.Tx instead
-// of an *sql.Tx.
-//
-// The provided context is used until the transaction is committed or rolled
-// back. If the context is canceled, the sql package will roll back the
-// transaction. Tx.Commit will return an error if the context provided to
-// MustBeginContext is canceled.
-func (db *DB) MustBeginTx(ctx context.Context, opts *sql.TxOptions) *Tx {
-	tx, err := db.BeginTxx(ctx, opts)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return tx
-}
-
-// MustExecContext (panic) runs MustExec using this database.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (db *DB) MustExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExecContext(ctx, db, query, args...)
-}
-
-// BeginTxx begins a transaction and returns an *sqlx.Tx instead of an
-// *sql.Tx.
-//
-// The provided context is used until the transaction is committed or rolled
-// back. If the context is canceled, the sql package will roll back the
-// transaction. Tx.Commit will return an error if the context provided to
-// BeginxContext is canceled.
-func (db *DB) BeginTxx(ctx context.Context, opts *sql.TxOptions) (*Tx, error) {
-	tx, err := db.DB.BeginTx(ctx, opts)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Tx{Tx: tx, driverName: db.driverName, unsafe: db.unsafe, Mapper: db.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// StmtxContext returns a version of the prepared statement which runs within a
-// transaction. Provided stmt can be either *sql.Stmt or *sqlx.Stmt.
-func (tx *Tx) StmtxContext(ctx context.Context, stmt interface{}) *Stmt {
-	var s *sql.Stmt
-	switch v := stmt.(type) {
-	case Stmt:
-		s = v.Stmt
-	case *Stmt:
-		s = v.Stmt
-	case sql.Stmt:
-		s = &v
-	case *sql.Stmt:
-		s = v
-	default:
-		panic(fmt.Sprintf("non-statement type %v passed to Stmtx", reflect.ValueOf(stmt).Type()))
-	}
-	return &Stmt{Stmt: tx.StmtContext(ctx, s), Mapper: tx.Mapper}
-}
-
-// NamedStmtContext returns a version of the prepared statement which runs
-// within a transaction.
-func (tx *Tx) NamedStmtContext(ctx context.Context, stmt *NamedStmt) *NamedStmt {
-	return &NamedStmt{
-		QueryString: stmt.QueryString,
-		Params:      stmt.Params,
-		Stmt:        tx.StmtxContext(ctx, stmt.Stmt),
-	}
-}
-
-// MustExecContext runs MustExecContext within a transaction.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) MustExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExecContext(ctx, tx, query, args...)
-}
-
-// QueryxContext within a transaction and context.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := tx.Tx.QueryContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: tx.unsafe, Mapper: tx.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-// SelectContext within a transaction and context.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) SelectContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return SelectContext(ctx, tx, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// GetContext within a transaction and context.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (tx *Tx) GetContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, query string, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return GetContext(ctx, tx, dest, query, args...)
-}
-
-// QueryRowxContext within a transaction and context.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (tx *Tx) QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := tx.Tx.QueryContext(ctx, query, args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: tx.unsafe, Mapper: tx.Mapper}
-}
-
-// NamedExecContext using this Tx.
-// Any named placeholder parameters are replaced with fields from arg.
-func (tx *Tx) NamedExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, arg interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return NamedExecContext(ctx, tx, query, arg)
-}
-
-// SelectContext using the prepared statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) SelectContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return SelectContext(ctx, &qStmt{s}, dest, "", args...)
-}
-
-// GetContext using the prepared statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-// An error is returned if the result set is empty.
-func (s *Stmt) GetContext(ctx context.Context, dest interface{}, args ...interface{}) error {
-	return GetContext(ctx, &qStmt{s}, dest, "", args...)
-}
-
-// MustExecContext (panic) using this statement.  Note that the query portion of
-// the error output will be blank, as Stmt does not expose its query.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) MustExecContext(ctx context.Context, args ...interface{}) sql.Result {
-	return MustExecContext(ctx, &qStmt{s}, "", args...)
-}
-
-// QueryRowxContext using this statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	qs := &qStmt{s}
-	return qs.QueryRowxContext(ctx, "", args...)
-}
-
-// QueryxContext using this statement.
-// Any placeholder parameters are replaced with supplied args.
-func (s *Stmt) QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	qs := &qStmt{s}
-	return qs.QueryxContext(ctx, "", args...)
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) QueryContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*sql.Rows, error) {
-	return q.Stmt.QueryContext(ctx, args...)
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) QueryxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (*Rows, error) {
-	r, err := q.Stmt.QueryContext(ctx, args...)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	return &Rows{Rows: r, unsafe: q.Stmt.unsafe, Mapper: q.Stmt.Mapper}, err
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) QueryRowxContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) *Row {
-	rows, err := q.Stmt.QueryContext(ctx, args...)
-	return &Row{rows: rows, err: err, unsafe: q.Stmt.unsafe, Mapper: q.Stmt.Mapper}
-}
-
-func (q *qStmt) ExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args ...interface{}) (sql.Result, error) {
-	return q.Stmt.ExecContext(ctx, args...)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/.travis.yml b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/.travis.yml
deleted file mode 100644
index f6edc34..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/.travis.yml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-language: go
-
-go:
-  - 1.4.x
-  - 1.5.x
-  - 1.6.x
-  - 1.7.x
-  - 1.8.x
-  - 1.9.x
-  - tip
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/LICENSE b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/LICENSE
deleted file mode 100644
index 4bfa7a8..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/LICENSE
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,19 +0,0 @@
-Copyright (c) 2013 Kelsey Hightower
-
-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
-this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in
-the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
-use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies
-of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
-so, subject to the following conditions:
-
-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
-copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
-THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
-IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
-AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
-OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
-SOFTWARE.
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/MAINTAINERS b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/MAINTAINERS
deleted file mode 100644
index 6527a9f..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/MAINTAINERS
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
-Kelsey Hightower kelsey.hightower@gmail.com github.com/kelseyhightower
-Travis Parker    travis.parker@gmail.com    github.com/teepark
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/README.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 3e8fdc6..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,188 +0,0 @@
-# envconfig
-
-[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/kelseyhightower/envconfig.svg)](https://travis-ci.org/kelseyhightower/envconfig)
-
-```Go
-import "github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig"
-```
-
-## Documentation
-
-See [godoc](http://godoc.org/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig)
-
-## Usage
-
-Set some environment variables:
-
-```Bash
-export MYAPP_DEBUG=false
-export MYAPP_PORT=8080
-export MYAPP_USER=Kelsey
-export MYAPP_RATE="0.5"
-export MYAPP_TIMEOUT="3m"
-export MYAPP_USERS="rob,ken,robert"
-export MYAPP_COLORCODES="red:1,green:2,blue:3"
-```
-
-Write some code:
-
-```Go
-package main
-
-import (
-    "fmt"
-    "log"
-    "time"
-
-    "github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig"
-)
-
-type Specification struct {
-    Debug       bool
-    Port        int
-    User        string
-    Users       []string
-    Rate        float32
-    Timeout     time.Duration
-    ColorCodes  map[string]int
-}
-
-func main() {
-    var s Specification
-    err := envconfig.Process("myapp", &s)
-    if err != nil {
-        log.Fatal(err.Error())
-    }
-    format := "Debug: %v\nPort: %d\nUser: %s\nRate: %f\nTimeout: %s\n"
-    _, err = fmt.Printf(format, s.Debug, s.Port, s.User, s.Rate, s.Timeout)
-    if err != nil {
-        log.Fatal(err.Error())
-    }
-
-    fmt.Println("Users:")
-    for _, u := range s.Users {
-        fmt.Printf("  %s\n", u)
-    }
-
-    fmt.Println("Color codes:")
-    for k, v := range s.ColorCodes {
-        fmt.Printf("  %s: %d\n", k, v)
-    }
-}
-```
-
-Results:
-
-```Bash
-Debug: false
-Port: 8080
-User: Kelsey
-Rate: 0.500000
-Timeout: 3m0s
-Users:
-  rob
-  ken
-  robert
-Color codes:
-  red: 1
-  green: 2
-  blue: 3
-```
-
-## Struct Tag Support
-
-Envconfig supports the use of struct tags to specify alternate, default, and required
-environment variables.
-
-For example, consider the following struct:
-
-```Go
-type Specification struct {
-    ManualOverride1 string `envconfig:"manual_override_1"`
-    DefaultVar      string `default:"foobar"`
-    RequiredVar     string `required:"true"`
-    IgnoredVar      string `ignored:"true"`
-    AutoSplitVar    string `split_words:"true"`
-}
-```
-
-Envconfig has automatic support for CamelCased struct elements when the
-`split_words:"true"` tag is supplied. Without this tag, `AutoSplitVar` above
-would look for an environment variable called `MYAPP_AUTOSPLITVAR`. With the
-setting applied it will look for `MYAPP_AUTO_SPLIT_VAR`. Note that numbers
-will get globbed into the previous word. If the setting does not do the
-right thing, you may use a manual override.
-
-Envconfig will process value for `ManualOverride1` by populating it with the
-value for `MYAPP_MANUAL_OVERRIDE_1`. Without this struct tag, it would have
-instead looked up `MYAPP_MANUALOVERRIDE1`. With the `split_words:"true"` tag
-it would have looked up `MYAPP_MANUAL_OVERRIDE1`.
-
-```Bash
-export MYAPP_MANUAL_OVERRIDE_1="this will be the value"
-
-# export MYAPP_MANUALOVERRIDE1="and this will not"
-```
-
-If envconfig can't find an environment variable value for `MYAPP_DEFAULTVAR`,
-it will populate it with "foobar" as a default value.
-
-If envconfig can't find an environment variable value for `MYAPP_REQUIREDVAR`,
-it will return an error when asked to process the struct.
-
-If envconfig can't find an environment variable in the form `PREFIX_MYVAR`, and there
-is a struct tag defined, it will try to populate your variable with an environment
-variable that directly matches the envconfig tag in your struct definition:
-
-```shell
-export SERVICE_HOST=127.0.0.1
-export MYAPP_DEBUG=true
-```
-```Go
-type Specification struct {
-    ServiceHost string `envconfig:"SERVICE_HOST"`
-    Debug       bool
-}
-```
-
-Envconfig won't process a field with the "ignored" tag set to "true", even if a corresponding
-environment variable is set.
-
-## Supported Struct Field Types
-
-envconfig supports supports these struct field types:
-
-  * string
-  * int8, int16, int32, int64
-  * bool
-  * float32, float64
-  * slices of any supported type
-  * maps (keys and values of any supported type)
-  * [encoding.TextUnmarshaler](https://golang.org/pkg/encoding/#TextUnmarshaler)
-
-Embedded structs using these fields are also supported.
-
-## Custom Decoders
-
-Any field whose type (or pointer-to-type) implements `envconfig.Decoder` can
-control its own deserialization:
-
-```Bash
-export DNS_SERVER=8.8.8.8
-```
-
-```Go
-type IPDecoder net.IP
-
-func (ipd *IPDecoder) Decode(value string) error {
-    *ipd = IPDecoder(net.ParseIP(value))
-    return nil
-}
-
-type DNSConfig struct {
-    Address IPDecoder `envconfig:"DNS_SERVER"`
-}
-```
-
-Also, envconfig will use a `Set(string) error` method like from the
-[flag.Value](https://godoc.org/flag#Value) interface if implemented.
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/doc.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/doc.go
deleted file mode 100644
index f28561c..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/doc.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-// Copyright (c) 2013 Kelsey Hightower. All rights reserved.
-// Use of this source code is governed by the MIT License that can be found in
-// the LICENSE file.
-
-// Package envconfig implements decoding of environment variables based on a user
-// defined specification. A typical use is using environment variables for
-// configuration settings.
-package envconfig
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/env_os.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/env_os.go
deleted file mode 100644
index a6a014a..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/env_os.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-// +build appengine
-
-package envconfig
-
-import "os"
-
-var lookupEnv = os.LookupEnv
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/usage.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/usage.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 089f8c8..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/kelseyhightower/envconfig/usage.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,158 +0,0 @@
-// Copyright (c) 2016 Kelsey Hightower and others. All rights reserved.
-// Use of this source code is governed by the MIT License that can be found in
-// the LICENSE file.
-
-package envconfig
-
-import (
-	"encoding"
-	"fmt"
-	"io"
-	"os"
-	"reflect"
-	"strconv"
-	"strings"
-	"text/tabwriter"
-	"text/template"
-)
-
-const (
-	// DefaultListFormat constant to use to display usage in a list format
-	DefaultListFormat = `This application is configured via the environment. The following environment
-variables can be used:
-{{range .}}
-{{usage_key .}}
-  [description] {{usage_description .}}
-  [type]        {{usage_type .}}
-  [default]     {{usage_default .}}
-  [required]    {{usage_required .}}{{end}}
-`
-	// DefaultTableFormat constant to use to display usage in a tabular format
-	DefaultTableFormat = `This application is configured via the environment. The following environment
-variables can be used:
-
-KEY	TYPE	DEFAULT	REQUIRED	DESCRIPTION
-{{range .}}{{usage_key .}}	{{usage_type .}}	{{usage_default .}}	{{usage_required .}}	{{usage_description .}}
-{{end}}`
-)
-
-var (
-	decoderType     = reflect.TypeOf((*Decoder)(nil)).Elem()
-	setterType      = reflect.TypeOf((*Setter)(nil)).Elem()
-	unmarshalerType = reflect.TypeOf((*encoding.TextUnmarshaler)(nil)).Elem()
-)
-
-func implementsInterface(t reflect.Type) bool {
-	return t.Implements(decoderType) ||
-		reflect.PtrTo(t).Implements(decoderType) ||
-		t.Implements(setterType) ||
-		reflect.PtrTo(t).Implements(setterType) ||
-		t.Implements(unmarshalerType) ||
-		reflect.PtrTo(t).Implements(unmarshalerType)
-}
-
-// toTypeDescription converts Go types into a human readable description
-func toTypeDescription(t reflect.Type) string {
-	switch t.Kind() {
-	case reflect.Array, reflect.Slice:
-		return fmt.Sprintf("Comma-separated list of %s", toTypeDescription(t.Elem()))
-	case reflect.Map:
-		return fmt.Sprintf(
-			"Comma-separated list of %s:%s pairs",
-			toTypeDescription(t.Key()),
-			toTypeDescription(t.Elem()),
-		)
-	case reflect.Ptr:
-		return toTypeDescription(t.Elem())
-	case reflect.Struct:
-		if implementsInterface(t) && t.Name() != "" {
-			return t.Name()
-		}
-		return ""
-	case reflect.String:
-		name := t.Name()
-		if name != "" && name != "string" {
-			return name
-		}
-		return "String"
-	case reflect.Bool:
-		name := t.Name()
-		if name != "" && name != "bool" {
-			return name
-		}
-		return "True or False"
-	case reflect.Int, reflect.Int8, reflect.Int16, reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64:
-		name := t.Name()
-		if name != "" && !strings.HasPrefix(name, "int") {
-			return name
-		}
-		return "Integer"
-	case reflect.Uint, reflect.Uint8, reflect.Uint16, reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64:
-		name := t.Name()
-		if name != "" && !strings.HasPrefix(name, "uint") {
-			return name
-		}
-		return "Unsigned Integer"
-	case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
-		name := t.Name()
-		if name != "" && !strings.HasPrefix(name, "float") {
-			return name
-		}
-		return "Float"
-	}
-	return fmt.Sprintf("%+v", t)
-}
-
-// Usage writes usage information to stderr using the default header and table format
-func Usage(prefix string, spec interface{}) error {
-	// The default is to output the usage information as a table
-	// Create tabwriter instance to support table output
-	tabs := tabwriter.NewWriter(os.Stdout, 1, 0, 4, ' ', 0)
-
-	err := Usagef(prefix, spec, tabs, DefaultTableFormat)
-	tabs.Flush()
-	return err
-}
-
-// Usagef writes usage information to the specified io.Writer using the specifed template specification
-func Usagef(prefix string, spec interface{}, out io.Writer, format string) error {
-
-	// Specify the default usage template functions
-	functions := template.FuncMap{
-		"usage_key":         func(v varInfo) string { return v.Key },
-		"usage_description": func(v varInfo) string { return v.Tags.Get("desc") },
-		"usage_type":        func(v varInfo) string { return toTypeDescription(v.Field.Type()) },
-		"usage_default":     func(v varInfo) string { return v.Tags.Get("default") },
-		"usage_required": func(v varInfo) (string, error) {
-			req := v.Tags.Get("required")
-			if req != "" {
-				reqB, err := strconv.ParseBool(req)
-				if err != nil {
-					return "", err
-				}
-				if reqB {
-					req = "true"
-				}
-			}
-			return req, nil
-		},
-	}
-
-	tmpl, err := template.New("envconfig").Funcs(functions).Parse(format)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	return Usaget(prefix, spec, out, tmpl)
-}
-
-// Usaget writes usage information to the specified io.Writer using the specified template
-func Usaget(prefix string, spec interface{}, out io.Writer, tmpl *template.Template) error {
-	// gather first
-	infos, err := gatherInfo(prefix, spec)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	return tmpl.Execute(out, infos)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/CONTRIBUTING.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/CONTRIBUTING.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 84c937f..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/CONTRIBUTING.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-## Contributing to pq
-
-`pq` has a backlog of pull requests, but contributions are still very
-much welcome. You can help with patch review, submitting bug reports,
-or adding new functionality. There is no formal style guide, but
-please conform to the style of existing code and general Go formatting
-conventions when submitting patches.
-
-### Patch review
-
-Help review existing open pull requests by commenting on the code or
-proposed functionality.
-
-### Bug reports
-
-We appreciate any bug reports, but especially ones with self-contained
-(doesn't depend on code outside of pq), minimal (can't be simplified
-further) test cases. It's especially helpful if you can submit a pull
-request with just the failing test case (you'll probably want to
-pattern it after the tests in
-[conn_test.go](https://github.com/lib/pq/blob/master/conn_test.go).
-
-### New functionality
-
-There are a number of pending patches for new functionality, so
-additional feature patches will take a while to merge. Still, patches
-are generally reviewed based on usefulness and complexity in addition
-to time-in-queue, so if you have a knockout idea, take a shot. Feel
-free to open an issue discussion your proposed patch beforehand.
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/LICENSE.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/LICENSE.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 5773904..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/LICENSE.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-Copyright (c) 2011-2013, 'pq' Contributors
-Portions Copyright (C) 2011 Blake Mizerany
-
-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-
-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
-THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/README.md b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/README.md
deleted file mode 100644
index 781c89e..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/README.md
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,106 +0,0 @@
-# pq - A pure Go postgres driver for Go's database/sql package
-
-[![GoDoc](https://godoc.org/github.com/lib/pq?status.svg)](https://godoc.org/github.com/lib/pq)
-[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/lib/pq.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/lib/pq)
-
-## Install
-
-	go get github.com/lib/pq
-
-## Docs
-
-For detailed documentation and basic usage examples, please see the package
-documentation at <http://godoc.org/github.com/lib/pq>.
-
-## Tests
-
-`go test` is used for testing.  A running PostgreSQL server is
-required, with the ability to log in.  The default database to connect
-to test with is "pqgotest," but it can be overridden using environment
-variables.
-
-Example:
-
-	PGHOST=/run/postgresql go test github.com/lib/pq
-
-Optionally, a benchmark suite can be run as part of the tests:
-
-	PGHOST=/run/postgresql go test -bench .
-
-## Features
-
-* SSL
-* Handles bad connections for `database/sql`
-* Scan `time.Time` correctly (i.e. `timestamp[tz]`, `time[tz]`, `date`)
-* Scan binary blobs correctly (i.e. `bytea`)
-* Package for `hstore` support
-* COPY FROM support
-* pq.ParseURL for converting urls to connection strings for sql.Open.
-* Many libpq compatible environment variables
-* Unix socket support
-* Notifications: `LISTEN`/`NOTIFY`
-* pgpass support
-
-## Future / Things you can help with
-
-* Better COPY FROM / COPY TO (see discussion in #181)
-
-## Thank you (alphabetical)
-
-Some of these contributors are from the original library `bmizerany/pq.go` whose
-code still exists in here.
-
-* Andy Balholm (andybalholm)
-* Ben Berkert (benburkert)
-* Benjamin Heatwole (bheatwole)
-* Bill Mill (llimllib)
-* Bjørn Madsen (aeons)
-* Blake Gentry (bgentry)
-* Brad Fitzpatrick (bradfitz)
-* Charlie Melbye (cmelbye)
-* Chris Bandy (cbandy)
-* Chris Gilling (cgilling)
-* Chris Walsh (cwds)
-* Dan Sosedoff (sosedoff)
-* Daniel Farina (fdr)
-* Eric Chlebek (echlebek)
-* Eric Garrido (minusnine)
-* Eric Urban (hydrogen18)
-* Everyone at The Go Team
-* Evan Shaw (edsrzf)
-* Ewan Chou (coocood)
-* Fazal Majid (fazalmajid)
-* Federico Romero (federomero)
-* Fumin (fumin)
-* Gary Burd (garyburd)
-* Heroku (heroku)
-* James Pozdena (jpoz)
-* Jason McVetta (jmcvetta)
-* Jeremy Jay (pbnjay)
-* Joakim Sernbrant (serbaut)
-* John Gallagher (jgallagher)
-* Jonathan Rudenberg (titanous)
-* Joël Stemmer (jstemmer)
-* Kamil Kisiel (kisielk)
-* Kelly Dunn (kellydunn)
-* Keith Rarick (kr)
-* Kir Shatrov (kirs)
-* Lann Martin (lann)
-* Maciek Sakrejda (uhoh-itsmaciek)
-* Marc Brinkmann (mbr)
-* Marko Tiikkaja (johto)
-* Matt Newberry (MattNewberry)
-* Matt Robenolt (mattrobenolt)
-* Martin Olsen (martinolsen)
-* Mike Lewis (mikelikespie)
-* Nicolas Patry (Narsil)
-* Oliver Tonnhofer (olt)
-* Patrick Hayes (phayes)
-* Paul Hammond (paulhammond)
-* Ryan Smith (ryandotsmith)
-* Samuel Stauffer (samuel)
-* Timothée Peignier (cyberdelia)
-* Travis Cline (tmc)
-* TruongSinh Tran-Nguyen (truongsinh)
-* Yaismel Miranda (ympons)
-* notedit (notedit)
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/array.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/array.go
deleted file mode 100644
index e4933e2..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/array.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,756 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"bytes"
-	"database/sql"
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"encoding/hex"
-	"fmt"
-	"reflect"
-	"strconv"
-	"strings"
-)
-
-var typeByteSlice = reflect.TypeOf([]byte{})
-var typeDriverValuer = reflect.TypeOf((*driver.Valuer)(nil)).Elem()
-var typeSQLScanner = reflect.TypeOf((*sql.Scanner)(nil)).Elem()
-
-// Array returns the optimal driver.Valuer and sql.Scanner for an array or
-// slice of any dimension.
-//
-// For example:
-//  db.Query(`SELECT * FROM t WHERE id = ANY($1)`, pq.Array([]int{235, 401}))
-//
-//  var x []sql.NullInt64
-//  db.QueryRow('SELECT ARRAY[235, 401]').Scan(pq.Array(&x))
-//
-// Scanning multi-dimensional arrays is not supported.  Arrays where the lower
-// bound is not one (such as `[0:0]={1}') are not supported.
-func Array(a interface{}) interface {
-	driver.Valuer
-	sql.Scanner
-} {
-	switch a := a.(type) {
-	case []bool:
-		return (*BoolArray)(&a)
-	case []float64:
-		return (*Float64Array)(&a)
-	case []int64:
-		return (*Int64Array)(&a)
-	case []string:
-		return (*StringArray)(&a)
-
-	case *[]bool:
-		return (*BoolArray)(a)
-	case *[]float64:
-		return (*Float64Array)(a)
-	case *[]int64:
-		return (*Int64Array)(a)
-	case *[]string:
-		return (*StringArray)(a)
-	}
-
-	return GenericArray{a}
-}
-
-// ArrayDelimiter may be optionally implemented by driver.Valuer or sql.Scanner
-// to override the array delimiter used by GenericArray.
-type ArrayDelimiter interface {
-	// ArrayDelimiter returns the delimiter character(s) for this element's type.
-	ArrayDelimiter() string
-}
-
-// BoolArray represents a one-dimensional array of the PostgreSQL boolean type.
-type BoolArray []bool
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a *BoolArray) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src))
-	case nil:
-		*a = nil
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to BoolArray", src)
-}
-
-func (a *BoolArray) scanBytes(src []byte) error {
-	elems, err := scanLinearArray(src, []byte{','}, "BoolArray")
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if *a != nil && len(elems) == 0 {
-		*a = (*a)[:0]
-	} else {
-		b := make(BoolArray, len(elems))
-		for i, v := range elems {
-			if len(v) != 1 {
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: could not parse boolean array index %d: invalid boolean %q", i, v)
-			}
-			switch v[0] {
-			case 't':
-				b[i] = true
-			case 'f':
-				b[i] = false
-			default:
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: could not parse boolean array index %d: invalid boolean %q", i, v)
-			}
-		}
-		*a = b
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface.
-func (a BoolArray) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	if n := len(a); n > 0 {
-		// There will be exactly two curly brackets, N bytes of values,
-		// and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		b := make([]byte, 1+2*n)
-
-		for i := 0; i < n; i++ {
-			b[2*i] = ','
-			if a[i] {
-				b[1+2*i] = 't'
-			} else {
-				b[1+2*i] = 'f'
-			}
-		}
-
-		b[0] = '{'
-		b[2*n] = '}'
-
-		return string(b), nil
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// ByteaArray represents a one-dimensional array of the PostgreSQL bytea type.
-type ByteaArray [][]byte
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a *ByteaArray) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src))
-	case nil:
-		*a = nil
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to ByteaArray", src)
-}
-
-func (a *ByteaArray) scanBytes(src []byte) error {
-	elems, err := scanLinearArray(src, []byte{','}, "ByteaArray")
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if *a != nil && len(elems) == 0 {
-		*a = (*a)[:0]
-	} else {
-		b := make(ByteaArray, len(elems))
-		for i, v := range elems {
-			b[i], err = parseBytea(v)
-			if err != nil {
-				return fmt.Errorf("could not parse bytea array index %d: %s", i, err.Error())
-			}
-		}
-		*a = b
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface. It uses the "hex" format which
-// is only supported on PostgreSQL 9.0 or newer.
-func (a ByteaArray) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	if n := len(a); n > 0 {
-		// There will be at least two curly brackets, 2*N bytes of quotes,
-		// 3*N bytes of hex formatting, and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		size := 1 + 6*n
-		for _, x := range a {
-			size += hex.EncodedLen(len(x))
-		}
-
-		b := make([]byte, size)
-
-		for i, s := 0, b; i < n; i++ {
-			o := copy(s, `,"\\x`)
-			o += hex.Encode(s[o:], a[i])
-			s[o] = '"'
-			s = s[o+1:]
-		}
-
-		b[0] = '{'
-		b[size-1] = '}'
-
-		return string(b), nil
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// Float64Array represents a one-dimensional array of the PostgreSQL double
-// precision type.
-type Float64Array []float64
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a *Float64Array) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src))
-	case nil:
-		*a = nil
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to Float64Array", src)
-}
-
-func (a *Float64Array) scanBytes(src []byte) error {
-	elems, err := scanLinearArray(src, []byte{','}, "Float64Array")
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if *a != nil && len(elems) == 0 {
-		*a = (*a)[:0]
-	} else {
-		b := make(Float64Array, len(elems))
-		for i, v := range elems {
-			if b[i], err = strconv.ParseFloat(string(v), 64); err != nil {
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: parsing array element index %d: %v", i, err)
-			}
-		}
-		*a = b
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface.
-func (a Float64Array) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	if n := len(a); n > 0 {
-		// There will be at least two curly brackets, N bytes of values,
-		// and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		b := make([]byte, 1, 1+2*n)
-		b[0] = '{'
-
-		b = strconv.AppendFloat(b, a[0], 'f', -1, 64)
-		for i := 1; i < n; i++ {
-			b = append(b, ',')
-			b = strconv.AppendFloat(b, a[i], 'f', -1, 64)
-		}
-
-		return string(append(b, '}')), nil
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// GenericArray implements the driver.Valuer and sql.Scanner interfaces for
-// an array or slice of any dimension.
-type GenericArray struct{ A interface{} }
-
-func (GenericArray) evaluateDestination(rt reflect.Type) (reflect.Type, func([]byte, reflect.Value) error, string) {
-	var assign func([]byte, reflect.Value) error
-	var del = ","
-
-	// TODO calculate the assign function for other types
-	// TODO repeat this section on the element type of arrays or slices (multidimensional)
-	{
-		if reflect.PtrTo(rt).Implements(typeSQLScanner) {
-			// dest is always addressable because it is an element of a slice.
-			assign = func(src []byte, dest reflect.Value) (err error) {
-				ss := dest.Addr().Interface().(sql.Scanner)
-				if src == nil {
-					err = ss.Scan(nil)
-				} else {
-					err = ss.Scan(src)
-				}
-				return
-			}
-			goto FoundType
-		}
-
-		assign = func([]byte, reflect.Value) error {
-			return fmt.Errorf("pq: scanning to %s is not implemented; only sql.Scanner", rt)
-		}
-	}
-
-FoundType:
-
-	if ad, ok := reflect.Zero(rt).Interface().(ArrayDelimiter); ok {
-		del = ad.ArrayDelimiter()
-	}
-
-	return rt, assign, del
-}
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a GenericArray) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	dpv := reflect.ValueOf(a.A)
-	switch {
-	case dpv.Kind() != reflect.Ptr:
-		return fmt.Errorf("pq: destination %T is not a pointer to array or slice", a.A)
-	case dpv.IsNil():
-		return fmt.Errorf("pq: destination %T is nil", a.A)
-	}
-
-	dv := dpv.Elem()
-	switch dv.Kind() {
-	case reflect.Slice:
-	case reflect.Array:
-	default:
-		return fmt.Errorf("pq: destination %T is not a pointer to array or slice", a.A)
-	}
-
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src, dv)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src), dv)
-	case nil:
-		if dv.Kind() == reflect.Slice {
-			dv.Set(reflect.Zero(dv.Type()))
-			return nil
-		}
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to %s", src, dv.Type())
-}
-
-func (a GenericArray) scanBytes(src []byte, dv reflect.Value) error {
-	dtype, assign, del := a.evaluateDestination(dv.Type().Elem())
-	dims, elems, err := parseArray(src, []byte(del))
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	// TODO allow multidimensional
-
-	if len(dims) > 1 {
-		return fmt.Errorf("pq: scanning from multidimensional ARRAY%s is not implemented",
-			strings.Replace(fmt.Sprint(dims), " ", "][", -1))
-	}
-
-	// Treat a zero-dimensional array like an array with a single dimension of zero.
-	if len(dims) == 0 {
-		dims = append(dims, 0)
-	}
-
-	for i, rt := 0, dv.Type(); i < len(dims); i, rt = i+1, rt.Elem() {
-		switch rt.Kind() {
-		case reflect.Slice:
-		case reflect.Array:
-			if rt.Len() != dims[i] {
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert ARRAY%s to %s",
-					strings.Replace(fmt.Sprint(dims), " ", "][", -1), dv.Type())
-			}
-		default:
-			// TODO handle multidimensional
-		}
-	}
-
-	values := reflect.MakeSlice(reflect.SliceOf(dtype), len(elems), len(elems))
-	for i, e := range elems {
-		if err := assign(e, values.Index(i)); err != nil {
-			return fmt.Errorf("pq: parsing array element index %d: %v", i, err)
-		}
-	}
-
-	// TODO handle multidimensional
-
-	switch dv.Kind() {
-	case reflect.Slice:
-		dv.Set(values.Slice(0, dims[0]))
-	case reflect.Array:
-		for i := 0; i < dims[0]; i++ {
-			dv.Index(i).Set(values.Index(i))
-		}
-	}
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface.
-func (a GenericArray) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a.A == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	rv := reflect.ValueOf(a.A)
-
-	switch rv.Kind() {
-	case reflect.Slice:
-		if rv.IsNil() {
-			return nil, nil
-		}
-	case reflect.Array:
-	default:
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: Unable to convert %T to array", a.A)
-	}
-
-	if n := rv.Len(); n > 0 {
-		// There will be at least two curly brackets, N bytes of values,
-		// and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		b := make([]byte, 0, 1+2*n)
-
-		b, _, err := appendArray(b, rv, n)
-		return string(b), err
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// Int64Array represents a one-dimensional array of the PostgreSQL integer types.
-type Int64Array []int64
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a *Int64Array) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src))
-	case nil:
-		*a = nil
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to Int64Array", src)
-}
-
-func (a *Int64Array) scanBytes(src []byte) error {
-	elems, err := scanLinearArray(src, []byte{','}, "Int64Array")
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if *a != nil && len(elems) == 0 {
-		*a = (*a)[:0]
-	} else {
-		b := make(Int64Array, len(elems))
-		for i, v := range elems {
-			if b[i], err = strconv.ParseInt(string(v), 10, 64); err != nil {
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: parsing array element index %d: %v", i, err)
-			}
-		}
-		*a = b
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface.
-func (a Int64Array) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	if n := len(a); n > 0 {
-		// There will be at least two curly brackets, N bytes of values,
-		// and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		b := make([]byte, 1, 1+2*n)
-		b[0] = '{'
-
-		b = strconv.AppendInt(b, a[0], 10)
-		for i := 1; i < n; i++ {
-			b = append(b, ',')
-			b = strconv.AppendInt(b, a[i], 10)
-		}
-
-		return string(append(b, '}')), nil
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// StringArray represents a one-dimensional array of the PostgreSQL character types.
-type StringArray []string
-
-// Scan implements the sql.Scanner interface.
-func (a *StringArray) Scan(src interface{}) error {
-	switch src := src.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return a.scanBytes(src)
-	case string:
-		return a.scanBytes([]byte(src))
-	case nil:
-		*a = nil
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	return fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert %T to StringArray", src)
-}
-
-func (a *StringArray) scanBytes(src []byte) error {
-	elems, err := scanLinearArray(src, []byte{','}, "StringArray")
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if *a != nil && len(elems) == 0 {
-		*a = (*a)[:0]
-	} else {
-		b := make(StringArray, len(elems))
-		for i, v := range elems {
-			if b[i] = string(v); v == nil {
-				return fmt.Errorf("pq: parsing array element index %d: cannot convert nil to string", i)
-			}
-		}
-		*a = b
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver.Valuer interface.
-func (a StringArray) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if a == nil {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-
-	if n := len(a); n > 0 {
-		// There will be at least two curly brackets, 2*N bytes of quotes,
-		// and N-1 bytes of delimiters.
-		b := make([]byte, 1, 1+3*n)
-		b[0] = '{'
-
-		b = appendArrayQuotedBytes(b, []byte(a[0]))
-		for i := 1; i < n; i++ {
-			b = append(b, ',')
-			b = appendArrayQuotedBytes(b, []byte(a[i]))
-		}
-
-		return string(append(b, '}')), nil
-	}
-
-	return "{}", nil
-}
-
-// appendArray appends rv to the buffer, returning the extended buffer and
-// the delimiter used between elements.
-//
-// It panics when n <= 0 or rv's Kind is not reflect.Array nor reflect.Slice.
-func appendArray(b []byte, rv reflect.Value, n int) ([]byte, string, error) {
-	var del string
-	var err error
-
-	b = append(b, '{')
-
-	if b, del, err = appendArrayElement(b, rv.Index(0)); err != nil {
-		return b, del, err
-	}
-
-	for i := 1; i < n; i++ {
-		b = append(b, del...)
-		if b, del, err = appendArrayElement(b, rv.Index(i)); err != nil {
-			return b, del, err
-		}
-	}
-
-	return append(b, '}'), del, nil
-}
-
-// appendArrayElement appends rv to the buffer, returning the extended buffer
-// and the delimiter to use before the next element.
-//
-// When rv's Kind is neither reflect.Array nor reflect.Slice, it is converted
-// using driver.DefaultParameterConverter and the resulting []byte or string
-// is double-quoted.
-//
-// See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/arrays.html#ARRAYS-IO
-func appendArrayElement(b []byte, rv reflect.Value) ([]byte, string, error) {
-	if k := rv.Kind(); k == reflect.Array || k == reflect.Slice {
-		if t := rv.Type(); t != typeByteSlice && !t.Implements(typeDriverValuer) {
-			if n := rv.Len(); n > 0 {
-				return appendArray(b, rv, n)
-			}
-
-			return b, "", nil
-		}
-	}
-
-	var del = ","
-	var err error
-	var iv interface{} = rv.Interface()
-
-	if ad, ok := iv.(ArrayDelimiter); ok {
-		del = ad.ArrayDelimiter()
-	}
-
-	if iv, err = driver.DefaultParameterConverter.ConvertValue(iv); err != nil {
-		return b, del, err
-	}
-
-	switch v := iv.(type) {
-	case nil:
-		return append(b, "NULL"...), del, nil
-	case []byte:
-		return appendArrayQuotedBytes(b, v), del, nil
-	case string:
-		return appendArrayQuotedBytes(b, []byte(v)), del, nil
-	}
-
-	b, err = appendValue(b, iv)
-	return b, del, err
-}
-
-func appendArrayQuotedBytes(b, v []byte) []byte {
-	b = append(b, '"')
-	for {
-		i := bytes.IndexAny(v, `"\`)
-		if i < 0 {
-			b = append(b, v...)
-			break
-		}
-		if i > 0 {
-			b = append(b, v[:i]...)
-		}
-		b = append(b, '\\', v[i])
-		v = v[i+1:]
-	}
-	return append(b, '"')
-}
-
-func appendValue(b []byte, v driver.Value) ([]byte, error) {
-	return append(b, encode(nil, v, 0)...), nil
-}
-
-// parseArray extracts the dimensions and elements of an array represented in
-// text format. Only representations emitted by the backend are supported.
-// Notably, whitespace around brackets and delimiters is significant, and NULL
-// is case-sensitive.
-//
-// See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/arrays.html#ARRAYS-IO
-func parseArray(src, del []byte) (dims []int, elems [][]byte, err error) {
-	var depth, i int
-
-	if len(src) < 1 || src[0] != '{' {
-		return nil, nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: unable to parse array; expected %q at offset %d", '{', 0)
-	}
-
-Open:
-	for i < len(src) {
-		switch src[i] {
-		case '{':
-			depth++
-			i++
-		case '}':
-			elems = make([][]byte, 0)
-			goto Close
-		default:
-			break Open
-		}
-	}
-	dims = make([]int, i)
-
-Element:
-	for i < len(src) {
-		switch src[i] {
-		case '{':
-			if depth == len(dims) {
-				break Element
-			}
-			depth++
-			dims[depth-1] = 0
-			i++
-		case '"':
-			var elem = []byte{}
-			var escape bool
-			for i++; i < len(src); i++ {
-				if escape {
-					elem = append(elem, src[i])
-					escape = false
-				} else {
-					switch src[i] {
-					default:
-						elem = append(elem, src[i])
-					case '\\':
-						escape = true
-					case '"':
-						elems = append(elems, elem)
-						i++
-						break Element
-					}
-				}
-			}
-		default:
-			for start := i; i < len(src); i++ {
-				if bytes.HasPrefix(src[i:], del) || src[i] == '}' {
-					elem := src[start:i]
-					if len(elem) == 0 {
-						return nil, nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: unable to parse array; unexpected %q at offset %d", src[i], i)
-					}
-					if bytes.Equal(elem, []byte("NULL")) {
-						elem = nil
-					}
-					elems = append(elems, elem)
-					break Element
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	for i < len(src) {
-		if bytes.HasPrefix(src[i:], del) && depth > 0 {
-			dims[depth-1]++
-			i += len(del)
-			goto Element
-		} else if src[i] == '}' && depth > 0 {
-			dims[depth-1]++
-			depth--
-			i++
-		} else {
-			return nil, nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: unable to parse array; unexpected %q at offset %d", src[i], i)
-		}
-	}
-
-Close:
-	for i < len(src) {
-		if src[i] == '}' && depth > 0 {
-			depth--
-			i++
-		} else {
-			return nil, nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: unable to parse array; unexpected %q at offset %d", src[i], i)
-		}
-	}
-	if depth > 0 {
-		err = fmt.Errorf("pq: unable to parse array; expected %q at offset %d", '}', i)
-	}
-	if err == nil {
-		for _, d := range dims {
-			if (len(elems) % d) != 0 {
-				err = fmt.Errorf("pq: multidimensional arrays must have elements with matching dimensions")
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	return
-}
-
-func scanLinearArray(src, del []byte, typ string) (elems [][]byte, err error) {
-	dims, elems, err := parseArray(src, del)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	if len(dims) > 1 {
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: cannot convert ARRAY%s to %s", strings.Replace(fmt.Sprint(dims), " ", "][", -1), typ)
-	}
-	return elems, err
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/buf.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/buf.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 666b001..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/buf.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,91 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"bytes"
-	"encoding/binary"
-
-	"github.com/lib/pq/oid"
-)
-
-type readBuf []byte
-
-func (b *readBuf) int32() (n int) {
-	n = int(int32(binary.BigEndian.Uint32(*b)))
-	*b = (*b)[4:]
-	return
-}
-
-func (b *readBuf) oid() (n oid.Oid) {
-	n = oid.Oid(binary.BigEndian.Uint32(*b))
-	*b = (*b)[4:]
-	return
-}
-
-// N.B: this is actually an unsigned 16-bit integer, unlike int32
-func (b *readBuf) int16() (n int) {
-	n = int(binary.BigEndian.Uint16(*b))
-	*b = (*b)[2:]
-	return
-}
-
-func (b *readBuf) string() string {
-	i := bytes.IndexByte(*b, 0)
-	if i < 0 {
-		errorf("invalid message format; expected string terminator")
-	}
-	s := (*b)[:i]
-	*b = (*b)[i+1:]
-	return string(s)
-}
-
-func (b *readBuf) next(n int) (v []byte) {
-	v = (*b)[:n]
-	*b = (*b)[n:]
-	return
-}
-
-func (b *readBuf) byte() byte {
-	return b.next(1)[0]
-}
-
-type writeBuf struct {
-	buf []byte
-	pos int
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) int32(n int) {
-	x := make([]byte, 4)
-	binary.BigEndian.PutUint32(x, uint32(n))
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, x...)
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) int16(n int) {
-	x := make([]byte, 2)
-	binary.BigEndian.PutUint16(x, uint16(n))
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, x...)
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) string(s string) {
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, (s + "\000")...)
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) byte(c byte) {
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, c)
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) bytes(v []byte) {
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, v...)
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) wrap() []byte {
-	p := b.buf[b.pos:]
-	binary.BigEndian.PutUint32(p, uint32(len(p)))
-	return b.buf
-}
-
-func (b *writeBuf) next(c byte) {
-	p := b.buf[b.pos:]
-	binary.BigEndian.PutUint32(p, uint32(len(p)))
-	b.pos = len(b.buf) + 1
-	b.buf = append(b.buf, c, 0, 0, 0, 0)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn.go
deleted file mode 100644
index fadb88e..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1835 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"bufio"
-	"crypto/md5"
-	"database/sql"
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"encoding/binary"
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-	"io"
-	"net"
-	"os"
-	"os/user"
-	"path"
-	"path/filepath"
-	"strconv"
-	"strings"
-	"time"
-	"unicode"
-
-	"github.com/lib/pq/oid"
-)
-
-// Common error types
-var (
-	ErrNotSupported              = errors.New("pq: Unsupported command")
-	ErrInFailedTransaction       = errors.New("pq: Could not complete operation in a failed transaction")
-	ErrSSLNotSupported           = errors.New("pq: SSL is not enabled on the server")
-	ErrSSLKeyHasWorldPermissions = errors.New("pq: Private key file has group or world access. Permissions should be u=rw (0600) or less")
-	ErrCouldNotDetectUsername    = errors.New("pq: Could not detect default username. Please provide one explicitly")
-
-	errUnexpectedReady = errors.New("unexpected ReadyForQuery")
-	errNoRowsAffected  = errors.New("no RowsAffected available after the empty statement")
-	errNoLastInsertID  = errors.New("no LastInsertId available after the empty statement")
-)
-
-// Driver is the Postgres database driver.
-type Driver struct{}
-
-// Open opens a new connection to the database. name is a connection string.
-// Most users should only use it through database/sql package from the standard
-// library.
-func (d *Driver) Open(name string) (driver.Conn, error) {
-	return Open(name)
-}
-
-func init() {
-	sql.Register("postgres", &Driver{})
-}
-
-type parameterStatus struct {
-	// server version in the same format as server_version_num, or 0 if
-	// unavailable
-	serverVersion int
-
-	// the current location based on the TimeZone value of the session, if
-	// available
-	currentLocation *time.Location
-}
-
-type transactionStatus byte
-
-const (
-	txnStatusIdle                transactionStatus = 'I'
-	txnStatusIdleInTransaction   transactionStatus = 'T'
-	txnStatusInFailedTransaction transactionStatus = 'E'
-)
-
-func (s transactionStatus) String() string {
-	switch s {
-	case txnStatusIdle:
-		return "idle"
-	case txnStatusIdleInTransaction:
-		return "idle in transaction"
-	case txnStatusInFailedTransaction:
-		return "in a failed transaction"
-	default:
-		errorf("unknown transactionStatus %d", s)
-	}
-
-	panic("not reached")
-}
-
-// Dialer is the dialer interface. It can be used to obtain more control over
-// how pq creates network connections.
-type Dialer interface {
-	Dial(network, address string) (net.Conn, error)
-	DialTimeout(network, address string, timeout time.Duration) (net.Conn, error)
-}
-
-type defaultDialer struct{}
-
-func (d defaultDialer) Dial(ntw, addr string) (net.Conn, error) {
-	return net.Dial(ntw, addr)
-}
-func (d defaultDialer) DialTimeout(ntw, addr string, timeout time.Duration) (net.Conn, error) {
-	return net.DialTimeout(ntw, addr, timeout)
-}
-
-type conn struct {
-	c         net.Conn
-	buf       *bufio.Reader
-	namei     int
-	scratch   [512]byte
-	txnStatus transactionStatus
-	txnFinish func()
-
-	// Save connection arguments to use during CancelRequest.
-	dialer Dialer
-	opts   values
-
-	// Cancellation key data for use with CancelRequest messages.
-	processID int
-	secretKey int
-
-	parameterStatus parameterStatus
-
-	saveMessageType   byte
-	saveMessageBuffer []byte
-
-	// If true, this connection is bad and all public-facing functions should
-	// return ErrBadConn.
-	bad bool
-
-	// If set, this connection should never use the binary format when
-	// receiving query results from prepared statements.  Only provided for
-	// debugging.
-	disablePreparedBinaryResult bool
-
-	// Whether to always send []byte parameters over as binary.  Enables single
-	// round-trip mode for non-prepared Query calls.
-	binaryParameters bool
-
-	// If true this connection is in the middle of a COPY
-	inCopy bool
-}
-
-// Handle driver-side settings in parsed connection string.
-func (cn *conn) handleDriverSettings(o values) (err error) {
-	boolSetting := func(key string, val *bool) error {
-		if value, ok := o[key]; ok {
-			if value == "yes" {
-				*val = true
-			} else if value == "no" {
-				*val = false
-			} else {
-				return fmt.Errorf("unrecognized value %q for %s", value, key)
-			}
-		}
-		return nil
-	}
-
-	err = boolSetting("disable_prepared_binary_result", &cn.disablePreparedBinaryResult)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	return boolSetting("binary_parameters", &cn.binaryParameters)
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) handlePgpass(o values) {
-	// if a password was supplied, do not process .pgpass
-	if _, ok := o["password"]; ok {
-		return
-	}
-	filename := os.Getenv("PGPASSFILE")
-	if filename == "" {
-		// XXX this code doesn't work on Windows where the default filename is
-		// XXX %APPDATA%\postgresql\pgpass.conf
-		// Prefer $HOME over user.Current due to glibc bug: golang.org/issue/13470
-		userHome := os.Getenv("HOME")
-		if userHome == "" {
-			user, err := user.Current()
-			if err != nil {
-				return
-			}
-			userHome = user.HomeDir
-		}
-		filename = filepath.Join(userHome, ".pgpass")
-	}
-	fileinfo, err := os.Stat(filename)
-	if err != nil {
-		return
-	}
-	mode := fileinfo.Mode()
-	if mode&(0x77) != 0 {
-		// XXX should warn about incorrect .pgpass permissions as psql does
-		return
-	}
-	file, err := os.Open(filename)
-	if err != nil {
-		return
-	}
-	defer file.Close()
-	scanner := bufio.NewScanner(io.Reader(file))
-	hostname := o["host"]
-	ntw, _ := network(o)
-	port := o["port"]
-	db := o["dbname"]
-	username := o["user"]
-	// From: https://github.com/tg/pgpass/blob/master/reader.go
-	getFields := func(s string) []string {
-		fs := make([]string, 0, 5)
-		f := make([]rune, 0, len(s))
-
-		var esc bool
-		for _, c := range s {
-			switch {
-			case esc:
-				f = append(f, c)
-				esc = false
-			case c == '\\':
-				esc = true
-			case c == ':':
-				fs = append(fs, string(f))
-				f = f[:0]
-			default:
-				f = append(f, c)
-			}
-		}
-		return append(fs, string(f))
-	}
-	for scanner.Scan() {
-		line := scanner.Text()
-		if len(line) == 0 || line[0] == '#' {
-			continue
-		}
-		split := getFields(line)
-		if len(split) != 5 {
-			continue
-		}
-		if (split[0] == "*" || split[0] == hostname || (split[0] == "localhost" && (hostname == "" || ntw == "unix"))) && (split[1] == "*" || split[1] == port) && (split[2] == "*" || split[2] == db) && (split[3] == "*" || split[3] == username) {
-			o["password"] = split[4]
-			return
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) writeBuf(b byte) *writeBuf {
-	cn.scratch[0] = b
-	return &writeBuf{
-		buf: cn.scratch[:5],
-		pos: 1,
-	}
-}
-
-// Open opens a new connection to the database. name is a connection string.
-// Most users should only use it through database/sql package from the standard
-// library.
-func Open(name string) (_ driver.Conn, err error) {
-	return DialOpen(defaultDialer{}, name)
-}
-
-// DialOpen opens a new connection to the database using a dialer.
-func DialOpen(d Dialer, name string) (_ driver.Conn, err error) {
-	// Handle any panics during connection initialization.  Note that we
-	// specifically do *not* want to use errRecover(), as that would turn any
-	// connection errors into ErrBadConns, hiding the real error message from
-	// the user.
-	defer errRecoverNoErrBadConn(&err)
-
-	o := make(values)
-
-	// A number of defaults are applied here, in this order:
-	//
-	// * Very low precedence defaults applied in every situation
-	// * Environment variables
-	// * Explicitly passed connection information
-	o["host"] = "localhost"
-	o["port"] = "5432"
-	// N.B.: Extra float digits should be set to 3, but that breaks
-	// Postgres 8.4 and older, where the max is 2.
-	o["extra_float_digits"] = "2"
-	for k, v := range parseEnviron(os.Environ()) {
-		o[k] = v
-	}
-
-	if strings.HasPrefix(name, "postgres://") || strings.HasPrefix(name, "postgresql://") {
-		name, err = ParseURL(name)
-		if err != nil {
-			return nil, err
-		}
-	}
-
-	if err := parseOpts(name, o); err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-
-	// Use the "fallback" application name if necessary
-	if fallback, ok := o["fallback_application_name"]; ok {
-		if _, ok := o["application_name"]; !ok {
-			o["application_name"] = fallback
-		}
-	}
-
-	// We can't work with any client_encoding other than UTF-8 currently.
-	// However, we have historically allowed the user to set it to UTF-8
-	// explicitly, and there's no reason to break such programs, so allow that.
-	// Note that the "options" setting could also set client_encoding, but
-	// parsing its value is not worth it.  Instead, we always explicitly send
-	// client_encoding as a separate run-time parameter, which should override
-	// anything set in options.
-	if enc, ok := o["client_encoding"]; ok && !isUTF8(enc) {
-		return nil, errors.New("client_encoding must be absent or 'UTF8'")
-	}
-	o["client_encoding"] = "UTF8"
-	// DateStyle needs a similar treatment.
-	if datestyle, ok := o["datestyle"]; ok {
-		if datestyle != "ISO, MDY" {
-			panic(fmt.Sprintf("setting datestyle must be absent or %v; got %v",
-				"ISO, MDY", datestyle))
-		}
-	} else {
-		o["datestyle"] = "ISO, MDY"
-	}
-
-	// If a user is not provided by any other means, the last
-	// resort is to use the current operating system provided user
-	// name.
-	if _, ok := o["user"]; !ok {
-		u, err := userCurrent()
-		if err != nil {
-			return nil, err
-		}
-		o["user"] = u
-	}
-
-	cn := &conn{
-		opts:   o,
-		dialer: d,
-	}
-	err = cn.handleDriverSettings(o)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	cn.handlePgpass(o)
-
-	cn.c, err = dial(d, o)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	cn.ssl(o)
-	cn.buf = bufio.NewReader(cn.c)
-	cn.startup(o)
-
-	// reset the deadline, in case one was set (see dial)
-	if timeout, ok := o["connect_timeout"]; ok && timeout != "0" {
-		err = cn.c.SetDeadline(time.Time{})
-	}
-	return cn, err
-}
-
-func dial(d Dialer, o values) (net.Conn, error) {
-	ntw, addr := network(o)
-	// SSL is not necessary or supported over UNIX domain sockets
-	if ntw == "unix" {
-		o["sslmode"] = "disable"
-	}
-
-	// Zero or not specified means wait indefinitely.
-	if timeout, ok := o["connect_timeout"]; ok && timeout != "0" {
-		seconds, err := strconv.ParseInt(timeout, 10, 0)
-		if err != nil {
-			return nil, fmt.Errorf("invalid value for parameter connect_timeout: %s", err)
-		}
-		duration := time.Duration(seconds) * time.Second
-		// connect_timeout should apply to the entire connection establishment
-		// procedure, so we both use a timeout for the TCP connection
-		// establishment and set a deadline for doing the initial handshake.
-		// The deadline is then reset after startup() is done.
-		deadline := time.Now().Add(duration)
-		conn, err := d.DialTimeout(ntw, addr, duration)
-		if err != nil {
-			return nil, err
-		}
-		err = conn.SetDeadline(deadline)
-		return conn, err
-	}
-	return d.Dial(ntw, addr)
-}
-
-func network(o values) (string, string) {
-	host := o["host"]
-
-	if strings.HasPrefix(host, "/") {
-		sockPath := path.Join(host, ".s.PGSQL."+o["port"])
-		return "unix", sockPath
-	}
-
-	return "tcp", net.JoinHostPort(host, o["port"])
-}
-
-type values map[string]string
-
-// scanner implements a tokenizer for libpq-style option strings.
-type scanner struct {
-	s []rune
-	i int
-}
-
-// newScanner returns a new scanner initialized with the option string s.
-func newScanner(s string) *scanner {
-	return &scanner{[]rune(s), 0}
-}
-
-// Next returns the next rune.
-// It returns 0, false if the end of the text has been reached.
-func (s *scanner) Next() (rune, bool) {
-	if s.i >= len(s.s) {
-		return 0, false
-	}
-	r := s.s[s.i]
-	s.i++
-	return r, true
-}
-
-// SkipSpaces returns the next non-whitespace rune.
-// It returns 0, false if the end of the text has been reached.
-func (s *scanner) SkipSpaces() (rune, bool) {
-	r, ok := s.Next()
-	for unicode.IsSpace(r) && ok {
-		r, ok = s.Next()
-	}
-	return r, ok
-}
-
-// parseOpts parses the options from name and adds them to the values.
-//
-// The parsing code is based on conninfo_parse from libpq's fe-connect.c
-func parseOpts(name string, o values) error {
-	s := newScanner(name)
-
-	for {
-		var (
-			keyRunes, valRunes []rune
-			r                  rune
-			ok                 bool
-		)
-
-		if r, ok = s.SkipSpaces(); !ok {
-			break
-		}
-
-		// Scan the key
-		for !unicode.IsSpace(r) && r != '=' {
-			keyRunes = append(keyRunes, r)
-			if r, ok = s.Next(); !ok {
-				break
-			}
-		}
-
-		// Skip any whitespace if we're not at the = yet
-		if r != '=' {
-			r, ok = s.SkipSpaces()
-		}
-
-		// The current character should be =
-		if r != '=' || !ok {
-			return fmt.Errorf(`missing "=" after %q in connection info string"`, string(keyRunes))
-		}
-
-		// Skip any whitespace after the =
-		if r, ok = s.SkipSpaces(); !ok {
-			// If we reach the end here, the last value is just an empty string as per libpq.
-			o[string(keyRunes)] = ""
-			break
-		}
-
-		if r != '\'' {
-			for !unicode.IsSpace(r) {
-				if r == '\\' {
-					if r, ok = s.Next(); !ok {
-						return fmt.Errorf(`missing character after backslash`)
-					}
-				}
-				valRunes = append(valRunes, r)
-
-				if r, ok = s.Next(); !ok {
-					break
-				}
-			}
-		} else {
-		quote:
-			for {
-				if r, ok = s.Next(); !ok {
-					return fmt.Errorf(`unterminated quoted string literal in connection string`)
-				}
-				switch r {
-				case '\'':
-					break quote
-				case '\\':
-					r, _ = s.Next()
-					fallthrough
-				default:
-					valRunes = append(valRunes, r)
-				}
-			}
-		}
-
-		o[string(keyRunes)] = string(valRunes)
-	}
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) isInTransaction() bool {
-	return cn.txnStatus == txnStatusIdleInTransaction ||
-		cn.txnStatus == txnStatusInFailedTransaction
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) checkIsInTransaction(intxn bool) {
-	if cn.isInTransaction() != intxn {
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected transaction status %v", cn.txnStatus)
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) Begin() (_ driver.Tx, err error) {
-	return cn.begin("")
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) begin(mode string) (_ driver.Tx, err error) {
-	if cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	cn.checkIsInTransaction(false)
-	_, commandTag, err := cn.simpleExec("BEGIN" + mode)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	if commandTag != "BEGIN" {
-		cn.bad = true
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("unexpected command tag %s", commandTag)
-	}
-	if cn.txnStatus != txnStatusIdleInTransaction {
-		cn.bad = true
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("unexpected transaction status %v", cn.txnStatus)
-	}
-	return cn, nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) closeTxn() {
-	if finish := cn.txnFinish; finish != nil {
-		finish()
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) Commit() (err error) {
-	defer cn.closeTxn()
-	if cn.bad {
-		return driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	cn.checkIsInTransaction(true)
-	// We don't want the client to think that everything is okay if it tries
-	// to commit a failed transaction.  However, no matter what we return,
-	// database/sql will release this connection back into the free connection
-	// pool so we have to abort the current transaction here.  Note that you
-	// would get the same behaviour if you issued a COMMIT in a failed
-	// transaction, so it's also the least surprising thing to do here.
-	if cn.txnStatus == txnStatusInFailedTransaction {
-		if err := cn.Rollback(); err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-		return ErrInFailedTransaction
-	}
-
-	_, commandTag, err := cn.simpleExec("COMMIT")
-	if err != nil {
-		if cn.isInTransaction() {
-			cn.bad = true
-		}
-		return err
-	}
-	if commandTag != "COMMIT" {
-		cn.bad = true
-		return fmt.Errorf("unexpected command tag %s", commandTag)
-	}
-	cn.checkIsInTransaction(false)
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) Rollback() (err error) {
-	defer cn.closeTxn()
-	if cn.bad {
-		return driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	cn.checkIsInTransaction(true)
-	_, commandTag, err := cn.simpleExec("ROLLBACK")
-	if err != nil {
-		if cn.isInTransaction() {
-			cn.bad = true
-		}
-		return err
-	}
-	if commandTag != "ROLLBACK" {
-		return fmt.Errorf("unexpected command tag %s", commandTag)
-	}
-	cn.checkIsInTransaction(false)
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) gname() string {
-	cn.namei++
-	return strconv.FormatInt(int64(cn.namei), 10)
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) simpleExec(q string) (res driver.Result, commandTag string, err error) {
-	b := cn.writeBuf('Q')
-	b.string(q)
-	cn.send(b)
-
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'C':
-			res, commandTag = cn.parseComplete(r.string())
-		case 'Z':
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			if res == nil && err == nil {
-				err = errUnexpectedReady
-			}
-			// done
-			return
-		case 'E':
-			err = parseError(r)
-		case 'I':
-			res = emptyRows
-		case 'T', 'D':
-			// ignore any results
-		default:
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unknown response for simple query: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) simpleQuery(q string) (res *rows, err error) {
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	b := cn.writeBuf('Q')
-	b.string(q)
-	cn.send(b)
-
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'C', 'I':
-			// We allow queries which don't return any results through Query as
-			// well as Exec.  We still have to give database/sql a rows object
-			// the user can close, though, to avoid connections from being
-			// leaked.  A "rows" with done=true works fine for that purpose.
-			if err != nil {
-				cn.bad = true
-				errorf("unexpected message %q in simple query execution", t)
-			}
-			if res == nil {
-				res = &rows{
-					cn: cn,
-				}
-			}
-			// Set the result and tag to the last command complete if there wasn't a
-			// query already run. Although queries usually return from here and cede
-			// control to Next, a query with zero results does not.
-			if t == 'C' && res.colNames == nil {
-				res.result, res.tag = cn.parseComplete(r.string())
-			}
-			res.done = true
-		case 'Z':
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			// done
-			return
-		case 'E':
-			res = nil
-			err = parseError(r)
-		case 'D':
-			if res == nil {
-				cn.bad = true
-				errorf("unexpected DataRow in simple query execution")
-			}
-			// the query didn't fail; kick off to Next
-			cn.saveMessage(t, r)
-			return
-		case 'T':
-			// res might be non-nil here if we received a previous
-			// CommandComplete, but that's fine; just overwrite it
-			res = &rows{cn: cn}
-			res.colNames, res.colFmts, res.colTyps = parsePortalRowDescribe(r)
-
-			// To work around a bug in QueryRow in Go 1.2 and earlier, wait
-			// until the first DataRow has been received.
-		default:
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unknown response for simple query: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-type noRows struct{}
-
-var emptyRows noRows
-
-var _ driver.Result = noRows{}
-
-func (noRows) LastInsertId() (int64, error) {
-	return 0, errNoLastInsertID
-}
-
-func (noRows) RowsAffected() (int64, error) {
-	return 0, errNoRowsAffected
-}
-
-// Decides which column formats to use for a prepared statement.  The input is
-// an array of type oids, one element per result column.
-func decideColumnFormats(colTyps []fieldDesc, forceText bool) (colFmts []format, colFmtData []byte) {
-	if len(colTyps) == 0 {
-		return nil, colFmtDataAllText
-	}
-
-	colFmts = make([]format, len(colTyps))
-	if forceText {
-		return colFmts, colFmtDataAllText
-	}
-
-	allBinary := true
-	allText := true
-	for i, t := range colTyps {
-		switch t.OID {
-		// This is the list of types to use binary mode for when receiving them
-		// through a prepared statement.  If a type appears in this list, it
-		// must also be implemented in binaryDecode in encode.go.
-		case oid.T_bytea:
-			fallthrough
-		case oid.T_int8:
-			fallthrough
-		case oid.T_int4:
-			fallthrough
-		case oid.T_int2:
-			fallthrough
-		case oid.T_uuid:
-			colFmts[i] = formatBinary
-			allText = false
-
-		default:
-			allBinary = false
-		}
-	}
-
-	if allBinary {
-		return colFmts, colFmtDataAllBinary
-	} else if allText {
-		return colFmts, colFmtDataAllText
-	} else {
-		colFmtData = make([]byte, 2+len(colFmts)*2)
-		binary.BigEndian.PutUint16(colFmtData, uint16(len(colFmts)))
-		for i, v := range colFmts {
-			binary.BigEndian.PutUint16(colFmtData[2+i*2:], uint16(v))
-		}
-		return colFmts, colFmtData
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) prepareTo(q, stmtName string) *stmt {
-	st := &stmt{cn: cn, name: stmtName}
-
-	b := cn.writeBuf('P')
-	b.string(st.name)
-	b.string(q)
-	b.int16(0)
-
-	b.next('D')
-	b.byte('S')
-	b.string(st.name)
-
-	b.next('S')
-	cn.send(b)
-
-	cn.readParseResponse()
-	st.paramTyps, st.colNames, st.colTyps = cn.readStatementDescribeResponse()
-	st.colFmts, st.colFmtData = decideColumnFormats(st.colTyps, cn.disablePreparedBinaryResult)
-	cn.readReadyForQuery()
-	return st
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) Prepare(q string) (_ driver.Stmt, err error) {
-	if cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	if len(q) >= 4 && strings.EqualFold(q[:4], "COPY") {
-		s, err := cn.prepareCopyIn(q)
-		if err == nil {
-			cn.inCopy = true
-		}
-		return s, err
-	}
-	return cn.prepareTo(q, cn.gname()), nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) Close() (err error) {
-	// Skip cn.bad return here because we always want to close a connection.
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	// Ensure that cn.c.Close is always run. Since error handling is done with
-	// panics and cn.errRecover, the Close must be in a defer.
-	defer func() {
-		cerr := cn.c.Close()
-		if err == nil {
-			err = cerr
-		}
-	}()
-
-	// Don't go through send(); ListenerConn relies on us not scribbling on the
-	// scratch buffer of this connection.
-	return cn.sendSimpleMessage('X')
-}
-
-// Implement the "Queryer" interface
-func (cn *conn) Query(query string, args []driver.Value) (driver.Rows, error) {
-	return cn.query(query, args)
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) query(query string, args []driver.Value) (_ *rows, err error) {
-	if cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	if cn.inCopy {
-		return nil, errCopyInProgress
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	// Check to see if we can use the "simpleQuery" interface, which is
-	// *much* faster than going through prepare/exec
-	if len(args) == 0 {
-		return cn.simpleQuery(query)
-	}
-
-	if cn.binaryParameters {
-		cn.sendBinaryModeQuery(query, args)
-
-		cn.readParseResponse()
-		cn.readBindResponse()
-		rows := &rows{cn: cn}
-		rows.colNames, rows.colFmts, rows.colTyps = cn.readPortalDescribeResponse()
-		cn.postExecuteWorkaround()
-		return rows, nil
-	}
-	st := cn.prepareTo(query, "")
-	st.exec(args)
-	return &rows{
-		cn:       cn,
-		colNames: st.colNames,
-		colTyps:  st.colTyps,
-		colFmts:  st.colFmts,
-	}, nil
-}
-
-// Implement the optional "Execer" interface for one-shot queries
-func (cn *conn) Exec(query string, args []driver.Value) (res driver.Result, err error) {
-	if cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	// Check to see if we can use the "simpleExec" interface, which is
-	// *much* faster than going through prepare/exec
-	if len(args) == 0 {
-		// ignore commandTag, our caller doesn't care
-		r, _, err := cn.simpleExec(query)
-		return r, err
-	}
-
-	if cn.binaryParameters {
-		cn.sendBinaryModeQuery(query, args)
-
-		cn.readParseResponse()
-		cn.readBindResponse()
-		cn.readPortalDescribeResponse()
-		cn.postExecuteWorkaround()
-		res, _, err = cn.readExecuteResponse("Execute")
-		return res, err
-	}
-	// Use the unnamed statement to defer planning until bind
-	// time, or else value-based selectivity estimates cannot be
-	// used.
-	st := cn.prepareTo(query, "")
-	r, err := st.Exec(args)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return r, err
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) send(m *writeBuf) {
-	_, err := cn.c.Write(m.wrap())
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) sendStartupPacket(m *writeBuf) error {
-	_, err := cn.c.Write((m.wrap())[1:])
-	return err
-}
-
-// Send a message of type typ to the server on the other end of cn.  The
-// message should have no payload.  This method does not use the scratch
-// buffer.
-func (cn *conn) sendSimpleMessage(typ byte) (err error) {
-	_, err = cn.c.Write([]byte{typ, '\x00', '\x00', '\x00', '\x04'})
-	return err
-}
-
-// saveMessage memorizes a message and its buffer in the conn struct.
-// recvMessage will then return these values on the next call to it.  This
-// method is useful in cases where you have to see what the next message is
-// going to be (e.g. to see whether it's an error or not) but you can't handle
-// the message yourself.
-func (cn *conn) saveMessage(typ byte, buf *readBuf) {
-	if cn.saveMessageType != 0 {
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected saveMessageType %d", cn.saveMessageType)
-	}
-	cn.saveMessageType = typ
-	cn.saveMessageBuffer = *buf
-}
-
-// recvMessage receives any message from the backend, or returns an error if
-// a problem occurred while reading the message.
-func (cn *conn) recvMessage(r *readBuf) (byte, error) {
-	// workaround for a QueryRow bug, see exec
-	if cn.saveMessageType != 0 {
-		t := cn.saveMessageType
-		*r = cn.saveMessageBuffer
-		cn.saveMessageType = 0
-		cn.saveMessageBuffer = nil
-		return t, nil
-	}
-
-	x := cn.scratch[:5]
-	_, err := io.ReadFull(cn.buf, x)
-	if err != nil {
-		return 0, err
-	}
-
-	// read the type and length of the message that follows
-	t := x[0]
-	n := int(binary.BigEndian.Uint32(x[1:])) - 4
-	var y []byte
-	if n <= len(cn.scratch) {
-		y = cn.scratch[:n]
-	} else {
-		y = make([]byte, n)
-	}
-	_, err = io.ReadFull(cn.buf, y)
-	if err != nil {
-		return 0, err
-	}
-	*r = y
-	return t, nil
-}
-
-// recv receives a message from the backend, but if an error happened while
-// reading the message or the received message was an ErrorResponse, it panics.
-// NoticeResponses are ignored.  This function should generally be used only
-// during the startup sequence.
-func (cn *conn) recv() (t byte, r *readBuf) {
-	for {
-		var err error
-		r = &readBuf{}
-		t, err = cn.recvMessage(r)
-		if err != nil {
-			panic(err)
-		}
-
-		switch t {
-		case 'E':
-			panic(parseError(r))
-		case 'N':
-			// ignore
-		default:
-			return
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// recv1Buf is exactly equivalent to recv1, except it uses a buffer supplied by
-// the caller to avoid an allocation.
-func (cn *conn) recv1Buf(r *readBuf) byte {
-	for {
-		t, err := cn.recvMessage(r)
-		if err != nil {
-			panic(err)
-		}
-
-		switch t {
-		case 'A', 'N':
-			// ignore
-		case 'S':
-			cn.processParameterStatus(r)
-		default:
-			return t
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// recv1 receives a message from the backend, panicking if an error occurs
-// while attempting to read it.  All asynchronous messages are ignored, with
-// the exception of ErrorResponse.
-func (cn *conn) recv1() (t byte, r *readBuf) {
-	r = &readBuf{}
-	t = cn.recv1Buf(r)
-	return t, r
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) ssl(o values) {
-	upgrade := ssl(o)
-	if upgrade == nil {
-		// Nothing to do
-		return
-	}
-
-	w := cn.writeBuf(0)
-	w.int32(80877103)
-	if err := cn.sendStartupPacket(w); err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-
-	b := cn.scratch[:1]
-	_, err := io.ReadFull(cn.c, b)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-
-	if b[0] != 'S' {
-		panic(ErrSSLNotSupported)
-	}
-
-	cn.c = upgrade(cn.c)
-}
-
-// isDriverSetting returns true iff a setting is purely for configuring the
-// driver's options and should not be sent to the server in the connection
-// startup packet.
-func isDriverSetting(key string) bool {
-	switch key {
-	case "host", "port":
-		return true
-	case "password":
-		return true
-	case "sslmode", "sslcert", "sslkey", "sslrootcert":
-		return true
-	case "fallback_application_name":
-		return true
-	case "connect_timeout":
-		return true
-	case "disable_prepared_binary_result":
-		return true
-	case "binary_parameters":
-		return true
-
-	default:
-		return false
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) startup(o values) {
-	w := cn.writeBuf(0)
-	w.int32(196608)
-	// Send the backend the name of the database we want to connect to, and the
-	// user we want to connect as.  Additionally, we send over any run-time
-	// parameters potentially included in the connection string.  If the server
-	// doesn't recognize any of them, it will reply with an error.
-	for k, v := range o {
-		if isDriverSetting(k) {
-			// skip options which can't be run-time parameters
-			continue
-		}
-		// The protocol requires us to supply the database name as "database"
-		// instead of "dbname".
-		if k == "dbname" {
-			k = "database"
-		}
-		w.string(k)
-		w.string(v)
-	}
-	w.string("")
-	if err := cn.sendStartupPacket(w); err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv()
-		switch t {
-		case 'K':
-			cn.processBackendKeyData(r)
-		case 'S':
-			cn.processParameterStatus(r)
-		case 'R':
-			cn.auth(r, o)
-		case 'Z':
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			return
-		default:
-			errorf("unknown response for startup: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) auth(r *readBuf, o values) {
-	switch code := r.int32(); code {
-	case 0:
-		// OK
-	case 3:
-		w := cn.writeBuf('p')
-		w.string(o["password"])
-		cn.send(w)
-
-		t, r := cn.recv()
-		if t != 'R' {
-			errorf("unexpected password response: %q", t)
-		}
-
-		if r.int32() != 0 {
-			errorf("unexpected authentication response: %q", t)
-		}
-	case 5:
-		s := string(r.next(4))
-		w := cn.writeBuf('p')
-		w.string("md5" + md5s(md5s(o["password"]+o["user"])+s))
-		cn.send(w)
-
-		t, r := cn.recv()
-		if t != 'R' {
-			errorf("unexpected password response: %q", t)
-		}
-
-		if r.int32() != 0 {
-			errorf("unexpected authentication response: %q", t)
-		}
-	default:
-		errorf("unknown authentication response: %d", code)
-	}
-}
-
-type format int
-
-const formatText format = 0
-const formatBinary format = 1
-
-// One result-column format code with the value 1 (i.e. all binary).
-var colFmtDataAllBinary = []byte{0, 1, 0, 1}
-
-// No result-column format codes (i.e. all text).
-var colFmtDataAllText = []byte{0, 0}
-
-type stmt struct {
-	cn         *conn
-	name       string
-	colNames   []string
-	colFmts    []format
-	colFmtData []byte
-	colTyps    []fieldDesc
-	paramTyps  []oid.Oid
-	closed     bool
-}
-
-func (st *stmt) Close() (err error) {
-	if st.closed {
-		return nil
-	}
-	if st.cn.bad {
-		return driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer st.cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	w := st.cn.writeBuf('C')
-	w.byte('S')
-	w.string(st.name)
-	st.cn.send(w)
-
-	st.cn.send(st.cn.writeBuf('S'))
-
-	t, _ := st.cn.recv1()
-	if t != '3' {
-		st.cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected close response: %q", t)
-	}
-	st.closed = true
-
-	t, r := st.cn.recv1()
-	if t != 'Z' {
-		st.cn.bad = true
-		errorf("expected ready for query, but got: %q", t)
-	}
-	st.cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (st *stmt) Query(v []driver.Value) (r driver.Rows, err error) {
-	if st.cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer st.cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	st.exec(v)
-	return &rows{
-		cn:       st.cn,
-		colNames: st.colNames,
-		colTyps:  st.colTyps,
-		colFmts:  st.colFmts,
-	}, nil
-}
-
-func (st *stmt) Exec(v []driver.Value) (res driver.Result, err error) {
-	if st.cn.bad {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer st.cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	st.exec(v)
-	res, _, err = st.cn.readExecuteResponse("simple query")
-	return res, err
-}
-
-func (st *stmt) exec(v []driver.Value) {
-	if len(v) >= 65536 {
-		errorf("got %d parameters but PostgreSQL only supports 65535 parameters", len(v))
-	}
-	if len(v) != len(st.paramTyps) {
-		errorf("got %d parameters but the statement requires %d", len(v), len(st.paramTyps))
-	}
-
-	cn := st.cn
-	w := cn.writeBuf('B')
-	w.byte(0) // unnamed portal
-	w.string(st.name)
-
-	if cn.binaryParameters {
-		cn.sendBinaryParameters(w, v)
-	} else {
-		w.int16(0)
-		w.int16(len(v))
-		for i, x := range v {
-			if x == nil {
-				w.int32(-1)
-			} else {
-				b := encode(&cn.parameterStatus, x, st.paramTyps[i])
-				w.int32(len(b))
-				w.bytes(b)
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	w.bytes(st.colFmtData)
-
-	w.next('E')
-	w.byte(0)
-	w.int32(0)
-
-	w.next('S')
-	cn.send(w)
-
-	cn.readBindResponse()
-	cn.postExecuteWorkaround()
-
-}
-
-func (st *stmt) NumInput() int {
-	return len(st.paramTyps)
-}
-
-// parseComplete parses the "command tag" from a CommandComplete message, and
-// returns the number of rows affected (if applicable) and a string
-// identifying only the command that was executed, e.g. "ALTER TABLE".  If the
-// command tag could not be parsed, parseComplete panics.
-func (cn *conn) parseComplete(commandTag string) (driver.Result, string) {
-	commandsWithAffectedRows := []string{
-		"SELECT ",
-		// INSERT is handled below
-		"UPDATE ",
-		"DELETE ",
-		"FETCH ",
-		"MOVE ",
-		"COPY ",
-	}
-
-	var affectedRows *string
-	for _, tag := range commandsWithAffectedRows {
-		if strings.HasPrefix(commandTag, tag) {
-			t := commandTag[len(tag):]
-			affectedRows = &t
-			commandTag = tag[:len(tag)-1]
-			break
-		}
-	}
-	// INSERT also includes the oid of the inserted row in its command tag.
-	// Oids in user tables are deprecated, and the oid is only returned when
-	// exactly one row is inserted, so it's unlikely to be of value to any
-	// real-world application and we can ignore it.
-	if affectedRows == nil && strings.HasPrefix(commandTag, "INSERT ") {
-		parts := strings.Split(commandTag, " ")
-		if len(parts) != 3 {
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unexpected INSERT command tag %s", commandTag)
-		}
-		affectedRows = &parts[len(parts)-1]
-		commandTag = "INSERT"
-	}
-	// There should be no affected rows attached to the tag, just return it
-	if affectedRows == nil {
-		return driver.RowsAffected(0), commandTag
-	}
-	n, err := strconv.ParseInt(*affectedRows, 10, 64)
-	if err != nil {
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("could not parse commandTag: %s", err)
-	}
-	return driver.RowsAffected(n), commandTag
-}
-
-type rows struct {
-	cn       *conn
-	finish   func()
-	colNames []string
-	colTyps  []fieldDesc
-	colFmts  []format
-	done     bool
-	rb       readBuf
-	result   driver.Result
-	tag      string
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) Close() error {
-	if finish := rs.finish; finish != nil {
-		defer finish()
-	}
-	// no need to look at cn.bad as Next() will
-	for {
-		err := rs.Next(nil)
-		switch err {
-		case nil:
-		case io.EOF:
-			// rs.Next can return io.EOF on both 'Z' (ready for query) and 'T' (row
-			// description, used with HasNextResultSet). We need to fetch messages until
-			// we hit a 'Z', which is done by waiting for done to be set.
-			if rs.done {
-				return nil
-			}
-		default:
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) Columns() []string {
-	return rs.colNames
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) Result() driver.Result {
-	if rs.result == nil {
-		return emptyRows
-	}
-	return rs.result
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) Tag() string {
-	return rs.tag
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) Next(dest []driver.Value) (err error) {
-	if rs.done {
-		return io.EOF
-	}
-
-	conn := rs.cn
-	if conn.bad {
-		return driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer conn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	for {
-		t := conn.recv1Buf(&rs.rb)
-		switch t {
-		case 'E':
-			err = parseError(&rs.rb)
-		case 'C', 'I':
-			if t == 'C' {
-				rs.result, rs.tag = conn.parseComplete(rs.rb.string())
-			}
-			continue
-		case 'Z':
-			conn.processReadyForQuery(&rs.rb)
-			rs.done = true
-			if err != nil {
-				return err
-			}
-			return io.EOF
-		case 'D':
-			n := rs.rb.int16()
-			if err != nil {
-				conn.bad = true
-				errorf("unexpected DataRow after error %s", err)
-			}
-			if n < len(dest) {
-				dest = dest[:n]
-			}
-			for i := range dest {
-				l := rs.rb.int32()
-				if l == -1 {
-					dest[i] = nil
-					continue
-				}
-				dest[i] = decode(&conn.parameterStatus, rs.rb.next(l), rs.colTyps[i].OID, rs.colFmts[i])
-			}
-			return
-		case 'T':
-			rs.colNames, rs.colFmts, rs.colTyps = parsePortalRowDescribe(&rs.rb)
-			return io.EOF
-		default:
-			errorf("unexpected message after execute: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) HasNextResultSet() bool {
-	return !rs.done
-}
-
-func (rs *rows) NextResultSet() error {
-	return nil
-}
-
-// QuoteIdentifier quotes an "identifier" (e.g. a table or a column name) to be
-// used as part of an SQL statement.  For example:
-//
-//    tblname := "my_table"
-//    data := "my_data"
-//    quoted := pq.QuoteIdentifier(tblname)
-//    err := db.Exec(fmt.Sprintf("INSERT INTO %s VALUES ($1)", quoted), data)
-//
-// Any double quotes in name will be escaped.  The quoted identifier will be
-// case sensitive when used in a query.  If the input string contains a zero
-// byte, the result will be truncated immediately before it.
-func QuoteIdentifier(name string) string {
-	end := strings.IndexRune(name, 0)
-	if end > -1 {
-		name = name[:end]
-	}
-	return `"` + strings.Replace(name, `"`, `""`, -1) + `"`
-}
-
-func md5s(s string) string {
-	h := md5.New()
-	h.Write([]byte(s))
-	return fmt.Sprintf("%x", h.Sum(nil))
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) sendBinaryParameters(b *writeBuf, args []driver.Value) {
-	// Do one pass over the parameters to see if we're going to send any of
-	// them over in binary.  If we are, create a paramFormats array at the
-	// same time.
-	var paramFormats []int
-	for i, x := range args {
-		_, ok := x.([]byte)
-		if ok {
-			if paramFormats == nil {
-				paramFormats = make([]int, len(args))
-			}
-			paramFormats[i] = 1
-		}
-	}
-	if paramFormats == nil {
-		b.int16(0)
-	} else {
-		b.int16(len(paramFormats))
-		for _, x := range paramFormats {
-			b.int16(x)
-		}
-	}
-
-	b.int16(len(args))
-	for _, x := range args {
-		if x == nil {
-			b.int32(-1)
-		} else {
-			datum := binaryEncode(&cn.parameterStatus, x)
-			b.int32(len(datum))
-			b.bytes(datum)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) sendBinaryModeQuery(query string, args []driver.Value) {
-	if len(args) >= 65536 {
-		errorf("got %d parameters but PostgreSQL only supports 65535 parameters", len(args))
-	}
-
-	b := cn.writeBuf('P')
-	b.byte(0) // unnamed statement
-	b.string(query)
-	b.int16(0)
-
-	b.next('B')
-	b.int16(0) // unnamed portal and statement
-	cn.sendBinaryParameters(b, args)
-	b.bytes(colFmtDataAllText)
-
-	b.next('D')
-	b.byte('P')
-	b.byte(0) // unnamed portal
-
-	b.next('E')
-	b.byte(0)
-	b.int32(0)
-
-	b.next('S')
-	cn.send(b)
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) processParameterStatus(r *readBuf) {
-	var err error
-
-	param := r.string()
-	switch param {
-	case "server_version":
-		var major1 int
-		var major2 int
-		var minor int
-		_, err = fmt.Sscanf(r.string(), "%d.%d.%d", &major1, &major2, &minor)
-		if err == nil {
-			cn.parameterStatus.serverVersion = major1*10000 + major2*100 + minor
-		}
-
-	case "TimeZone":
-		cn.parameterStatus.currentLocation, err = time.LoadLocation(r.string())
-		if err != nil {
-			cn.parameterStatus.currentLocation = nil
-		}
-
-	default:
-		// ignore
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) processReadyForQuery(r *readBuf) {
-	cn.txnStatus = transactionStatus(r.byte())
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) readReadyForQuery() {
-	t, r := cn.recv1()
-	switch t {
-	case 'Z':
-		cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-		return
-	default:
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected message %q; expected ReadyForQuery", t)
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) processBackendKeyData(r *readBuf) {
-	cn.processID = r.int32()
-	cn.secretKey = r.int32()
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) readParseResponse() {
-	t, r := cn.recv1()
-	switch t {
-	case '1':
-		return
-	case 'E':
-		err := parseError(r)
-		cn.readReadyForQuery()
-		panic(err)
-	default:
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected Parse response %q", t)
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) readStatementDescribeResponse() (paramTyps []oid.Oid, colNames []string, colTyps []fieldDesc) {
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 't':
-			nparams := r.int16()
-			paramTyps = make([]oid.Oid, nparams)
-			for i := range paramTyps {
-				paramTyps[i] = r.oid()
-			}
-		case 'n':
-			return paramTyps, nil, nil
-		case 'T':
-			colNames, colTyps = parseStatementRowDescribe(r)
-			return paramTyps, colNames, colTyps
-		case 'E':
-			err := parseError(r)
-			cn.readReadyForQuery()
-			panic(err)
-		default:
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unexpected Describe statement response %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) readPortalDescribeResponse() (colNames []string, colFmts []format, colTyps []fieldDesc) {
-	t, r := cn.recv1()
-	switch t {
-	case 'T':
-		return parsePortalRowDescribe(r)
-	case 'n':
-		return nil, nil, nil
-	case 'E':
-		err := parseError(r)
-		cn.readReadyForQuery()
-		panic(err)
-	default:
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected Describe response %q", t)
-	}
-	panic("not reached")
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) readBindResponse() {
-	t, r := cn.recv1()
-	switch t {
-	case '2':
-		return
-	case 'E':
-		err := parseError(r)
-		cn.readReadyForQuery()
-		panic(err)
-	default:
-		cn.bad = true
-		errorf("unexpected Bind response %q", t)
-	}
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) postExecuteWorkaround() {
-	// Work around a bug in sql.DB.QueryRow: in Go 1.2 and earlier it ignores
-	// any errors from rows.Next, which masks errors that happened during the
-	// execution of the query.  To avoid the problem in common cases, we wait
-	// here for one more message from the database.  If it's not an error the
-	// query will likely succeed (or perhaps has already, if it's a
-	// CommandComplete), so we push the message into the conn struct; recv1
-	// will return it as the next message for rows.Next or rows.Close.
-	// However, if it's an error, we wait until ReadyForQuery and then return
-	// the error to our caller.
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'E':
-			err := parseError(r)
-			cn.readReadyForQuery()
-			panic(err)
-		case 'C', 'D', 'I':
-			// the query didn't fail, but we can't process this message
-			cn.saveMessage(t, r)
-			return
-		default:
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unexpected message during extended query execution: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// Only for Exec(), since we ignore the returned data
-func (cn *conn) readExecuteResponse(protocolState string) (res driver.Result, commandTag string, err error) {
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'C':
-			if err != nil {
-				cn.bad = true
-				errorf("unexpected CommandComplete after error %s", err)
-			}
-			res, commandTag = cn.parseComplete(r.string())
-		case 'Z':
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			if res == nil && err == nil {
-				err = errUnexpectedReady
-			}
-			return res, commandTag, err
-		case 'E':
-			err = parseError(r)
-		case 'T', 'D', 'I':
-			if err != nil {
-				cn.bad = true
-				errorf("unexpected %q after error %s", t, err)
-			}
-			if t == 'I' {
-				res = emptyRows
-			}
-			// ignore any results
-		default:
-			cn.bad = true
-			errorf("unknown %s response: %q", protocolState, t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func parseStatementRowDescribe(r *readBuf) (colNames []string, colTyps []fieldDesc) {
-	n := r.int16()
-	colNames = make([]string, n)
-	colTyps = make([]fieldDesc, n)
-	for i := range colNames {
-		colNames[i] = r.string()
-		r.next(6)
-		colTyps[i].OID = r.oid()
-		colTyps[i].Len = r.int16()
-		colTyps[i].Mod = r.int32()
-		// format code not known when describing a statement; always 0
-		r.next(2)
-	}
-	return
-}
-
-func parsePortalRowDescribe(r *readBuf) (colNames []string, colFmts []format, colTyps []fieldDesc) {
-	n := r.int16()
-	colNames = make([]string, n)
-	colFmts = make([]format, n)
-	colTyps = make([]fieldDesc, n)
-	for i := range colNames {
-		colNames[i] = r.string()
-		r.next(6)
-		colTyps[i].OID = r.oid()
-		colTyps[i].Len = r.int16()
-		colTyps[i].Mod = r.int32()
-		colFmts[i] = format(r.int16())
-	}
-	return
-}
-
-// parseEnviron tries to mimic some of libpq's environment handling
-//
-// To ease testing, it does not directly reference os.Environ, but is
-// designed to accept its output.
-//
-// Environment-set connection information is intended to have a higher
-// precedence than a library default but lower than any explicitly
-// passed information (such as in the URL or connection string).
-func parseEnviron(env []string) (out map[string]string) {
-	out = make(map[string]string)
-
-	for _, v := range env {
-		parts := strings.SplitN(v, "=", 2)
-
-		accrue := func(keyname string) {
-			out[keyname] = parts[1]
-		}
-		unsupported := func() {
-			panic(fmt.Sprintf("setting %v not supported", parts[0]))
-		}
-
-		// The order of these is the same as is seen in the
-		// PostgreSQL 9.1 manual. Unsupported but well-defined
-		// keys cause a panic; these should be unset prior to
-		// execution. Options which pq expects to be set to a
-		// certain value are allowed, but must be set to that
-		// value if present (they can, of course, be absent).
-		switch parts[0] {
-		case "PGHOST":
-			accrue("host")
-		case "PGHOSTADDR":
-			unsupported()
-		case "PGPORT":
-			accrue("port")
-		case "PGDATABASE":
-			accrue("dbname")
-		case "PGUSER":
-			accrue("user")
-		case "PGPASSWORD":
-			accrue("password")
-		case "PGSERVICE", "PGSERVICEFILE", "PGREALM":
-			unsupported()
-		case "PGOPTIONS":
-			accrue("options")
-		case "PGAPPNAME":
-			accrue("application_name")
-		case "PGSSLMODE":
-			accrue("sslmode")
-		case "PGSSLCERT":
-			accrue("sslcert")
-		case "PGSSLKEY":
-			accrue("sslkey")
-		case "PGSSLROOTCERT":
-			accrue("sslrootcert")
-		case "PGREQUIRESSL", "PGSSLCRL":
-			unsupported()
-		case "PGREQUIREPEER":
-			unsupported()
-		case "PGKRBSRVNAME", "PGGSSLIB":
-			unsupported()
-		case "PGCONNECT_TIMEOUT":
-			accrue("connect_timeout")
-		case "PGCLIENTENCODING":
-			accrue("client_encoding")
-		case "PGDATESTYLE":
-			accrue("datestyle")
-		case "PGTZ":
-			accrue("timezone")
-		case "PGGEQO":
-			accrue("geqo")
-		case "PGSYSCONFDIR", "PGLOCALEDIR":
-			unsupported()
-		}
-	}
-
-	return out
-}
-
-// isUTF8 returns whether name is a fuzzy variation of the string "UTF-8".
-func isUTF8(name string) bool {
-	// Recognize all sorts of silly things as "UTF-8", like Postgres does
-	s := strings.Map(alnumLowerASCII, name)
-	return s == "utf8" || s == "unicode"
-}
-
-func alnumLowerASCII(ch rune) rune {
-	if 'A' <= ch && ch <= 'Z' {
-		return ch + ('a' - 'A')
-	}
-	if 'a' <= ch && ch <= 'z' || '0' <= ch && ch <= '9' {
-		return ch
-	}
-	return -1 // discard
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn_go18.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn_go18.go
deleted file mode 100644
index ab97a10..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/conn_go18.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,128 +0,0 @@
-// +build go1.8
-
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"context"
-	"database/sql"
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"fmt"
-	"io"
-	"io/ioutil"
-)
-
-// Implement the "QueryerContext" interface
-func (cn *conn) QueryContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args []driver.NamedValue) (driver.Rows, error) {
-	list := make([]driver.Value, len(args))
-	for i, nv := range args {
-		list[i] = nv.Value
-	}
-	finish := cn.watchCancel(ctx)
-	r, err := cn.query(query, list)
-	if err != nil {
-		if finish != nil {
-			finish()
-		}
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	r.finish = finish
-	return r, nil
-}
-
-// Implement the "ExecerContext" interface
-func (cn *conn) ExecContext(ctx context.Context, query string, args []driver.NamedValue) (driver.Result, error) {
-	list := make([]driver.Value, len(args))
-	for i, nv := range args {
-		list[i] = nv.Value
-	}
-
-	if finish := cn.watchCancel(ctx); finish != nil {
-		defer finish()
-	}
-
-	return cn.Exec(query, list)
-}
-
-// Implement the "ConnBeginTx" interface
-func (cn *conn) BeginTx(ctx context.Context, opts driver.TxOptions) (driver.Tx, error) {
-	var mode string
-
-	switch sql.IsolationLevel(opts.Isolation) {
-	case sql.LevelDefault:
-		// Don't touch mode: use the server's default
-	case sql.LevelReadUncommitted:
-		mode = " ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED"
-	case sql.LevelReadCommitted:
-		mode = " ISOLATION LEVEL READ COMMITTED"
-	case sql.LevelRepeatableRead:
-		mode = " ISOLATION LEVEL REPEATABLE READ"
-	case sql.LevelSerializable:
-		mode = " ISOLATION LEVEL SERIALIZABLE"
-	default:
-		return nil, fmt.Errorf("pq: isolation level not supported: %d", opts.Isolation)
-	}
-
-	if opts.ReadOnly {
-		mode += " READ ONLY"
-	} else {
-		mode += " READ WRITE"
-	}
-
-	tx, err := cn.begin(mode)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-	cn.txnFinish = cn.watchCancel(ctx)
-	return tx, nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) watchCancel(ctx context.Context) func() {
-	if done := ctx.Done(); done != nil {
-		finished := make(chan struct{})
-		go func() {
-			select {
-			case <-done:
-				_ = cn.cancel()
-				finished <- struct{}{}
-			case <-finished:
-			}
-		}()
-		return func() {
-			select {
-			case <-finished:
-			case finished <- struct{}{}:
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (cn *conn) cancel() error {
-	c, err := dial(cn.dialer, cn.opts)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	defer c.Close()
-
-	{
-		can := conn{
-			c: c,
-		}
-		can.ssl(cn.opts)
-
-		w := can.writeBuf(0)
-		w.int32(80877102) // cancel request code
-		w.int32(cn.processID)
-		w.int32(cn.secretKey)
-
-		if err := can.sendStartupPacket(w); err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-
-	// Read until EOF to ensure that the server received the cancel.
-	{
-		_, err := io.Copy(ioutil.Discard, c)
-		return err
-	}
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/copy.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/copy.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 345c239..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/copy.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,282 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"encoding/binary"
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-	"sync"
-)
-
-var (
-	errCopyInClosed               = errors.New("pq: copyin statement has already been closed")
-	errBinaryCopyNotSupported     = errors.New("pq: only text format supported for COPY")
-	errCopyToNotSupported         = errors.New("pq: COPY TO is not supported")
-	errCopyNotSupportedOutsideTxn = errors.New("pq: COPY is only allowed inside a transaction")
-	errCopyInProgress             = errors.New("pq: COPY in progress")
-)
-
-// CopyIn creates a COPY FROM statement which can be prepared with
-// Tx.Prepare().  The target table should be visible in search_path.
-func CopyIn(table string, columns ...string) string {
-	stmt := "COPY " + QuoteIdentifier(table) + " ("
-	for i, col := range columns {
-		if i != 0 {
-			stmt += ", "
-		}
-		stmt += QuoteIdentifier(col)
-	}
-	stmt += ") FROM STDIN"
-	return stmt
-}
-
-// CopyInSchema creates a COPY FROM statement which can be prepared with
-// Tx.Prepare().
-func CopyInSchema(schema, table string, columns ...string) string {
-	stmt := "COPY " + QuoteIdentifier(schema) + "." + QuoteIdentifier(table) + " ("
-	for i, col := range columns {
-		if i != 0 {
-			stmt += ", "
-		}
-		stmt += QuoteIdentifier(col)
-	}
-	stmt += ") FROM STDIN"
-	return stmt
-}
-
-type copyin struct {
-	cn      *conn
-	buffer  []byte
-	rowData chan []byte
-	done    chan bool
-
-	closed bool
-
-	sync.Mutex // guards err
-	err        error
-}
-
-const ciBufferSize = 64 * 1024
-
-// flush buffer before the buffer is filled up and needs reallocation
-const ciBufferFlushSize = 63 * 1024
-
-func (cn *conn) prepareCopyIn(q string) (_ driver.Stmt, err error) {
-	if !cn.isInTransaction() {
-		return nil, errCopyNotSupportedOutsideTxn
-	}
-
-	ci := &copyin{
-		cn:      cn,
-		buffer:  make([]byte, 0, ciBufferSize),
-		rowData: make(chan []byte),
-		done:    make(chan bool, 1),
-	}
-	// add CopyData identifier + 4 bytes for message length
-	ci.buffer = append(ci.buffer, 'd', 0, 0, 0, 0)
-
-	b := cn.writeBuf('Q')
-	b.string(q)
-	cn.send(b)
-
-awaitCopyInResponse:
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'G':
-			if r.byte() != 0 {
-				err = errBinaryCopyNotSupported
-				break awaitCopyInResponse
-			}
-			go ci.resploop()
-			return ci, nil
-		case 'H':
-			err = errCopyToNotSupported
-			break awaitCopyInResponse
-		case 'E':
-			err = parseError(r)
-		case 'Z':
-			if err == nil {
-				ci.setBad()
-				errorf("unexpected ReadyForQuery in response to COPY")
-			}
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			return nil, err
-		default:
-			ci.setBad()
-			errorf("unknown response for copy query: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-
-	// something went wrong, abort COPY before we return
-	b = cn.writeBuf('f')
-	b.string(err.Error())
-	cn.send(b)
-
-	for {
-		t, r := cn.recv1()
-		switch t {
-		case 'c', 'C', 'E':
-		case 'Z':
-			// correctly aborted, we're done
-			cn.processReadyForQuery(r)
-			return nil, err
-		default:
-			ci.setBad()
-			errorf("unknown response for CopyFail: %q", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) flush(buf []byte) {
-	// set message length (without message identifier)
-	binary.BigEndian.PutUint32(buf[1:], uint32(len(buf)-1))
-
-	_, err := ci.cn.c.Write(buf)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) resploop() {
-	for {
-		var r readBuf
-		t, err := ci.cn.recvMessage(&r)
-		if err != nil {
-			ci.setBad()
-			ci.setError(err)
-			ci.done <- true
-			return
-		}
-		switch t {
-		case 'C':
-			// complete
-		case 'N':
-			// NoticeResponse
-		case 'Z':
-			ci.cn.processReadyForQuery(&r)
-			ci.done <- true
-			return
-		case 'E':
-			err := parseError(&r)
-			ci.setError(err)
-		default:
-			ci.setBad()
-			ci.setError(fmt.Errorf("unknown response during CopyIn: %q", t))
-			ci.done <- true
-			return
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) setBad() {
-	ci.Lock()
-	ci.cn.bad = true
-	ci.Unlock()
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) isBad() bool {
-	ci.Lock()
-	b := ci.cn.bad
-	ci.Unlock()
-	return b
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) isErrorSet() bool {
-	ci.Lock()
-	isSet := (ci.err != nil)
-	ci.Unlock()
-	return isSet
-}
-
-// setError() sets ci.err if one has not been set already.  Caller must not be
-// holding ci.Mutex.
-func (ci *copyin) setError(err error) {
-	ci.Lock()
-	if ci.err == nil {
-		ci.err = err
-	}
-	ci.Unlock()
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) NumInput() int {
-	return -1
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) Query(v []driver.Value) (r driver.Rows, err error) {
-	return nil, ErrNotSupported
-}
-
-// Exec inserts values into the COPY stream. The insert is asynchronous
-// and Exec can return errors from previous Exec calls to the same
-// COPY stmt.
-//
-// You need to call Exec(nil) to sync the COPY stream and to get any
-// errors from pending data, since Stmt.Close() doesn't return errors
-// to the user.
-func (ci *copyin) Exec(v []driver.Value) (r driver.Result, err error) {
-	if ci.closed {
-		return nil, errCopyInClosed
-	}
-
-	if ci.isBad() {
-		return nil, driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer ci.cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	if ci.isErrorSet() {
-		return nil, ci.err
-	}
-
-	if len(v) == 0 {
-		return nil, ci.Close()
-	}
-
-	numValues := len(v)
-	for i, value := range v {
-		ci.buffer = appendEncodedText(&ci.cn.parameterStatus, ci.buffer, value)
-		if i < numValues-1 {
-			ci.buffer = append(ci.buffer, '\t')
-		}
-	}
-
-	ci.buffer = append(ci.buffer, '\n')
-
-	if len(ci.buffer) > ciBufferFlushSize {
-		ci.flush(ci.buffer)
-		// reset buffer, keep bytes for message identifier and length
-		ci.buffer = ci.buffer[:5]
-	}
-
-	return driver.RowsAffected(0), nil
-}
-
-func (ci *copyin) Close() (err error) {
-	if ci.closed { // Don't do anything, we're already closed
-		return nil
-	}
-	ci.closed = true
-
-	if ci.isBad() {
-		return driver.ErrBadConn
-	}
-	defer ci.cn.errRecover(&err)
-
-	if len(ci.buffer) > 0 {
-		ci.flush(ci.buffer)
-	}
-	// Avoid touching the scratch buffer as resploop could be using it.
-	err = ci.cn.sendSimpleMessage('c')
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	<-ci.done
-	ci.cn.inCopy = false
-
-	if ci.isErrorSet() {
-		err = ci.err
-		return err
-	}
-	return nil
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/doc.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/doc.go
deleted file mode 100644
index a1b0297..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/doc.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,245 +0,0 @@
-/*
-Package pq is a pure Go Postgres driver for the database/sql package.
-
-In most cases clients will use the database/sql package instead of
-using this package directly. For example:
-
-	import (
-		"database/sql"
-
-		_ "github.com/lib/pq"
-	)
-
-	func main() {
-		connStr := "user=pqgotest dbname=pqgotest sslmode=verify-full"
-		db, err := sql.Open("postgres", connStr)
-		if err != nil {
-			log.Fatal(err)
-		}
-
-		age := 21
-		rows, err := db.Query("SELECT name FROM users WHERE age = $1", age)
-		…
-	}
-
-You can also connect to a database using a URL. For example:
-
-	connStr := "postgres://pqgotest:password@localhost/pqgotest?sslmode=verify-full"
-	db, err := sql.Open("postgres", connStr)
-
-
-Connection String Parameters
-
-
-Similarly to libpq, when establishing a connection using pq you are expected to
-supply a connection string containing zero or more parameters.
-A subset of the connection parameters supported by libpq are also supported by pq.
-Additionally, pq also lets you specify run-time parameters (such as search_path or work_mem)
-directly in the connection string.  This is different from libpq, which does not allow
-run-time parameters in the connection string, instead requiring you to supply
-them in the options parameter.
-
-For compatibility with libpq, the following special connection parameters are
-supported:
-
-	* dbname - The name of the database to connect to
-	* user - The user to sign in as
-	* password - The user's password
-	* host - The host to connect to. Values that start with / are for unix
-	  domain sockets. (default is localhost)
-	* port - The port to bind to. (default is 5432)
-	* sslmode - Whether or not to use SSL (default is require, this is not
-	  the default for libpq)
-	* fallback_application_name - An application_name to fall back to if one isn't provided.
-	* connect_timeout - Maximum wait for connection, in seconds. Zero or
-	  not specified means wait indefinitely.
-	* sslcert - Cert file location. The file must contain PEM encoded data.
-	* sslkey - Key file location. The file must contain PEM encoded data.
-	* sslrootcert - The location of the root certificate file. The file
-	  must contain PEM encoded data.
-
-Valid values for sslmode are:
-
-	* disable - No SSL
-	* require - Always SSL (skip verification)
-	* verify-ca - Always SSL (verify that the certificate presented by the
-	  server was signed by a trusted CA)
-	* verify-full - Always SSL (verify that the certification presented by
-	  the server was signed by a trusted CA and the server host name
-	  matches the one in the certificate)
-
-See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/libpq-connect.html#LIBPQ-CONNSTRING
-for more information about connection string parameters.
-
-Use single quotes for values that contain whitespace:
-
-    "user=pqgotest password='with spaces'"
-
-A backslash will escape the next character in values:
-
-    "user=space\ man password='it\'s valid'"
-
-Note that the connection parameter client_encoding (which sets the
-text encoding for the connection) may be set but must be "UTF8",
-matching with the same rules as Postgres. It is an error to provide
-any other value.
-
-In addition to the parameters listed above, any run-time parameter that can be
-set at backend start time can be set in the connection string.  For more
-information, see
-http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/runtime-config.html.
-
-Most environment variables as specified at http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/libpq-envars.html
-supported by libpq are also supported by pq.  If any of the environment
-variables not supported by pq are set, pq will panic during connection
-establishment.  Environment variables have a lower precedence than explicitly
-provided connection parameters.
-
-The pgpass mechanism as described in http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/libpq-pgpass.html
-is supported, but on Windows PGPASSFILE must be specified explicitly.
-
-
-Queries
-
-
-database/sql does not dictate any specific format for parameter
-markers in query strings, and pq uses the Postgres-native ordinal markers,
-as shown above. The same marker can be reused for the same parameter:
-
-	rows, err := db.Query(`SELECT name FROM users WHERE favorite_fruit = $1
-		OR age BETWEEN $2 AND $2 + 3`, "orange", 64)
-
-pq does not support the LastInsertId() method of the Result type in database/sql.
-To return the identifier of an INSERT (or UPDATE or DELETE), use the Postgres
-RETURNING clause with a standard Query or QueryRow call:
-
-	var userid int
-	err := db.QueryRow(`INSERT INTO users(name, favorite_fruit, age)
-		VALUES('beatrice', 'starfruit', 93) RETURNING id`).Scan(&userid)
-
-For more details on RETURNING, see the Postgres documentation:
-
-	http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-insert.html
-	http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-update.html
-	http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-delete.html
-
-For additional instructions on querying see the documentation for the database/sql package.
-
-
-Data Types
-
-
-Parameters pass through driver.DefaultParameterConverter before they are handled
-by this package. When the binary_parameters connection option is enabled,
-[]byte values are sent directly to the backend as data in binary format.
-
-This package returns the following types for values from the PostgreSQL backend:
-
-	- integer types smallint, integer, and bigint are returned as int64
-	- floating-point types real and double precision are returned as float64
-	- character types char, varchar, and text are returned as string
-	- temporal types date, time, timetz, timestamp, and timestamptz are
-	  returned as time.Time
-	- the boolean type is returned as bool
-	- the bytea type is returned as []byte
-
-All other types are returned directly from the backend as []byte values in text format.
-
-
-Errors
-
-
-pq may return errors of type *pq.Error which can be interrogated for error details:
-
-        if err, ok := err.(*pq.Error); ok {
-            fmt.Println("pq error:", err.Code.Name())
-        }
-
-See the pq.Error type for details.
-
-
-Bulk imports
-
-You can perform bulk imports by preparing a statement returned by pq.CopyIn (or
-pq.CopyInSchema) in an explicit transaction (sql.Tx). The returned statement
-handle can then be repeatedly "executed" to copy data into the target table.
-After all data has been processed you should call Exec() once with no arguments
-to flush all buffered data. Any call to Exec() might return an error which
-should be handled appropriately, but because of the internal buffering an error
-returned by Exec() might not be related to the data passed in the call that
-failed.
-
-CopyIn uses COPY FROM internally. It is not possible to COPY outside of an
-explicit transaction in pq.
-
-Usage example:
-
-	txn, err := db.Begin()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-
-	stmt, err := txn.Prepare(pq.CopyIn("users", "name", "age"))
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-
-	for _, user := range users {
-		_, err = stmt.Exec(user.Name, int64(user.Age))
-		if err != nil {
-			log.Fatal(err)
-		}
-	}
-
-	_, err = stmt.Exec()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-
-	err = stmt.Close()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-
-	err = txn.Commit()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-
-
-Notifications
-
-
-PostgreSQL supports a simple publish/subscribe model over database
-connections.  See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-notify.html
-for more information about the general mechanism.
-
-To start listening for notifications, you first have to open a new connection
-to the database by calling NewListener.  This connection can not be used for
-anything other than LISTEN / NOTIFY.  Calling Listen will open a "notification
-channel"; once a notification channel is open, a notification generated on that
-channel will effect a send on the Listener.Notify channel.  A notification
-channel will remain open until Unlisten is called, though connection loss might
-result in some notifications being lost.  To solve this problem, Listener sends
-a nil pointer over the Notify channel any time the connection is re-established
-following a connection loss.  The application can get information about the
-state of the underlying connection by setting an event callback in the call to
-NewListener.
-
-A single Listener can safely be used from concurrent goroutines, which means
-that there is often no need to create more than one Listener in your
-application.  However, a Listener is always connected to a single database, so
-you will need to create a new Listener instance for every database you want to
-receive notifications in.
-
-The channel name in both Listen and Unlisten is case sensitive, and can contain
-any characters legal in an identifier (see
-http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-syntax-lexical.html#SQL-SYNTAX-IDENTIFIERS
-for more information).  Note that the channel name will be truncated to 63
-bytes by the PostgreSQL server.
-
-You can find a complete, working example of Listener usage at
-http://godoc.org/github.com/lib/pq/example/listen.
-
-*/
-package pq
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/encode.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/encode.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 3b0d365..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/encode.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,603 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"bytes"
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"encoding/binary"
-	"encoding/hex"
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-	"math"
-	"strconv"
-	"strings"
-	"sync"
-	"time"
-
-	"github.com/lib/pq/oid"
-)
-
-func binaryEncode(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, x interface{}) []byte {
-	switch v := x.(type) {
-	case []byte:
-		return v
-	default:
-		return encode(parameterStatus, x, oid.T_unknown)
-	}
-}
-
-func encode(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, x interface{}, pgtypOid oid.Oid) []byte {
-	switch v := x.(type) {
-	case int64:
-		return strconv.AppendInt(nil, v, 10)
-	case float64:
-		return strconv.AppendFloat(nil, v, 'f', -1, 64)
-	case []byte:
-		if pgtypOid == oid.T_bytea {
-			return encodeBytea(parameterStatus.serverVersion, v)
-		}
-
-		return v
-	case string:
-		if pgtypOid == oid.T_bytea {
-			return encodeBytea(parameterStatus.serverVersion, []byte(v))
-		}
-
-		return []byte(v)
-	case bool:
-		return strconv.AppendBool(nil, v)
-	case time.Time:
-		return formatTs(v)
-
-	default:
-		errorf("encode: unknown type for %T", v)
-	}
-
-	panic("not reached")
-}
-
-func decode(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, s []byte, typ oid.Oid, f format) interface{} {
-	switch f {
-	case formatBinary:
-		return binaryDecode(parameterStatus, s, typ)
-	case formatText:
-		return textDecode(parameterStatus, s, typ)
-	default:
-		panic("not reached")
-	}
-}
-
-func binaryDecode(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, s []byte, typ oid.Oid) interface{} {
-	switch typ {
-	case oid.T_bytea:
-		return s
-	case oid.T_int8:
-		return int64(binary.BigEndian.Uint64(s))
-	case oid.T_int4:
-		return int64(int32(binary.BigEndian.Uint32(s)))
-	case oid.T_int2:
-		return int64(int16(binary.BigEndian.Uint16(s)))
-	case oid.T_uuid:
-		b, err := decodeUUIDBinary(s)
-		if err != nil {
-			panic(err)
-		}
-		return b
-
-	default:
-		errorf("don't know how to decode binary parameter of type %d", uint32(typ))
-	}
-
-	panic("not reached")
-}
-
-func textDecode(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, s []byte, typ oid.Oid) interface{} {
-	switch typ {
-	case oid.T_char, oid.T_varchar, oid.T_text:
-		return string(s)
-	case oid.T_bytea:
-		b, err := parseBytea(s)
-		if err != nil {
-			errorf("%s", err)
-		}
-		return b
-	case oid.T_timestamptz:
-		return parseTs(parameterStatus.currentLocation, string(s))
-	case oid.T_timestamp, oid.T_date:
-		return parseTs(nil, string(s))
-	case oid.T_time:
-		return mustParse("15:04:05", typ, s)
-	case oid.T_timetz:
-		return mustParse("15:04:05-07", typ, s)
-	case oid.T_bool:
-		return s[0] == 't'
-	case oid.T_int8, oid.T_int4, oid.T_int2:
-		i, err := strconv.ParseInt(string(s), 10, 64)
-		if err != nil {
-			errorf("%s", err)
-		}
-		return i
-	case oid.T_float4, oid.T_float8:
-		bits := 64
-		if typ == oid.T_float4 {
-			bits = 32
-		}
-		f, err := strconv.ParseFloat(string(s), bits)
-		if err != nil {
-			errorf("%s", err)
-		}
-		return f
-	}
-
-	return s
-}
-
-// appendEncodedText encodes item in text format as required by COPY
-// and appends to buf
-func appendEncodedText(parameterStatus *parameterStatus, buf []byte, x interface{}) []byte {
-	switch v := x.(type) {
-	case int64:
-		return strconv.AppendInt(buf, v, 10)
-	case float64:
-		return strconv.AppendFloat(buf, v, 'f', -1, 64)
-	case []byte:
-		encodedBytea := encodeBytea(parameterStatus.serverVersion, v)
-		return appendEscapedText(buf, string(encodedBytea))
-	case string:
-		return appendEscapedText(buf, v)
-	case bool:
-		return strconv.AppendBool(buf, v)
-	case time.Time:
-		return append(buf, formatTs(v)...)
-	case nil:
-		return append(buf, "\\N"...)
-	default:
-		errorf("encode: unknown type for %T", v)
-	}
-
-	panic("not reached")
-}
-
-func appendEscapedText(buf []byte, text string) []byte {
-	escapeNeeded := false
-	startPos := 0
-	var c byte
-
-	// check if we need to escape
-	for i := 0; i < len(text); i++ {
-		c = text[i]
-		if c == '\\' || c == '\n' || c == '\r' || c == '\t' {
-			escapeNeeded = true
-			startPos = i
-			break
-		}
-	}
-	if !escapeNeeded {
-		return append(buf, text...)
-	}
-
-	// copy till first char to escape, iterate the rest
-	result := append(buf, text[:startPos]...)
-	for i := startPos; i < len(text); i++ {
-		c = text[i]
-		switch c {
-		case '\\':
-			result = append(result, '\\', '\\')
-		case '\n':
-			result = append(result, '\\', 'n')
-		case '\r':
-			result = append(result, '\\', 'r')
-		case '\t':
-			result = append(result, '\\', 't')
-		default:
-			result = append(result, c)
-		}
-	}
-	return result
-}
-
-func mustParse(f string, typ oid.Oid, s []byte) time.Time {
-	str := string(s)
-
-	// check for a 30-minute-offset timezone
-	if (typ == oid.T_timestamptz || typ == oid.T_timetz) &&
-		str[len(str)-3] == ':' {
-		f += ":00"
-	}
-	t, err := time.Parse(f, str)
-	if err != nil {
-		errorf("decode: %s", err)
-	}
-	return t
-}
-
-var errInvalidTimestamp = errors.New("invalid timestamp")
-
-type timestampParser struct {
-	err error
-}
-
-func (p *timestampParser) expect(str string, char byte, pos int) {
-	if p.err != nil {
-		return
-	}
-	if pos+1 > len(str) {
-		p.err = errInvalidTimestamp
-		return
-	}
-	if c := str[pos]; c != char && p.err == nil {
-		p.err = fmt.Errorf("expected '%v' at position %v; got '%v'", char, pos, c)
-	}
-}
-
-func (p *timestampParser) mustAtoi(str string, begin int, end int) int {
-	if p.err != nil {
-		return 0
-	}
-	if begin < 0 || end < 0 || begin > end || end > len(str) {
-		p.err = errInvalidTimestamp
-		return 0
-	}
-	result, err := strconv.Atoi(str[begin:end])
-	if err != nil {
-		if p.err == nil {
-			p.err = fmt.Errorf("expected number; got '%v'", str)
-		}
-		return 0
-	}
-	return result
-}
-
-// The location cache caches the time zones typically used by the client.
-type locationCache struct {
-	cache map[int]*time.Location
-	lock  sync.Mutex
-}
-
-// All connections share the same list of timezones. Benchmarking shows that
-// about 5% speed could be gained by putting the cache in the connection and
-// losing the mutex, at the cost of a small amount of memory and a somewhat
-// significant increase in code complexity.
-var globalLocationCache = newLocationCache()
-
-func newLocationCache() *locationCache {
-	return &locationCache{cache: make(map[int]*time.Location)}
-}
-
-// Returns the cached timezone for the specified offset, creating and caching
-// it if necessary.
-func (c *locationCache) getLocation(offset int) *time.Location {
-	c.lock.Lock()
-	defer c.lock.Unlock()
-
-	location, ok := c.cache[offset]
-	if !ok {
-		location = time.FixedZone("", offset)
-		c.cache[offset] = location
-	}
-
-	return location
-}
-
-var infinityTsEnabled = false
-var infinityTsNegative time.Time
-var infinityTsPositive time.Time
-
-const (
-	infinityTsEnabledAlready        = "pq: infinity timestamp enabled already"
-	infinityTsNegativeMustBeSmaller = "pq: infinity timestamp: negative value must be smaller (before) than positive"
-)
-
-// EnableInfinityTs controls the handling of Postgres' "-infinity" and
-// "infinity" "timestamp"s.
-//
-// If EnableInfinityTs is not called, "-infinity" and "infinity" will return
-// []byte("-infinity") and []byte("infinity") respectively, and potentially
-// cause error "sql: Scan error on column index 0: unsupported driver -> Scan
-// pair: []uint8 -> *time.Time", when scanning into a time.Time value.
-//
-// Once EnableInfinityTs has been called, all connections created using this
-// driver will decode Postgres' "-infinity" and "infinity" for "timestamp",
-// "timestamp with time zone" and "date" types to the predefined minimum and
-// maximum times, respectively.  When encoding time.Time values, any time which
-// equals or precedes the predefined minimum time will be encoded to
-// "-infinity".  Any values at or past the maximum time will similarly be
-// encoded to "infinity".
-//
-// If EnableInfinityTs is called with negative >= positive, it will panic.
-// Calling EnableInfinityTs after a connection has been established results in
-// undefined behavior.  If EnableInfinityTs is called more than once, it will
-// panic.
-func EnableInfinityTs(negative time.Time, positive time.Time) {
-	if infinityTsEnabled {
-		panic(infinityTsEnabledAlready)
-	}
-	if !negative.Before(positive) {
-		panic(infinityTsNegativeMustBeSmaller)
-	}
-	infinityTsEnabled = true
-	infinityTsNegative = negative
-	infinityTsPositive = positive
-}
-
-/*
- * Testing might want to toggle infinityTsEnabled
- */
-func disableInfinityTs() {
-	infinityTsEnabled = false
-}
-
-// This is a time function specific to the Postgres default DateStyle
-// setting ("ISO, MDY"), the only one we currently support. This
-// accounts for the discrepancies between the parsing available with
-// time.Parse and the Postgres date formatting quirks.
-func parseTs(currentLocation *time.Location, str string) interface{} {
-	switch str {
-	case "-infinity":
-		if infinityTsEnabled {
-			return infinityTsNegative
-		}
-		return []byte(str)
-	case "infinity":
-		if infinityTsEnabled {
-			return infinityTsPositive
-		}
-		return []byte(str)
-	}
-	t, err := ParseTimestamp(currentLocation, str)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return t
-}
-
-// ParseTimestamp parses Postgres' text format. It returns a time.Time in
-// currentLocation iff that time's offset agrees with the offset sent from the
-// Postgres server. Otherwise, ParseTimestamp returns a time.Time with the
-// fixed offset offset provided by the Postgres server.
-func ParseTimestamp(currentLocation *time.Location, str string) (time.Time, error) {
-	p := timestampParser{}
-
-	monSep := strings.IndexRune(str, '-')
-	// this is Gregorian year, not ISO Year
-	// In Gregorian system, the year 1 BC is followed by AD 1
-	year := p.mustAtoi(str, 0, monSep)
-	daySep := monSep + 3
-	month := p.mustAtoi(str, monSep+1, daySep)
-	p.expect(str, '-', daySep)
-	timeSep := daySep + 3
-	day := p.mustAtoi(str, daySep+1, timeSep)
-
-	minLen := monSep + len("01-01") + 1
-
-	isBC := strings.HasSuffix(str, " BC")
-	if isBC {
-		minLen += 3
-	}
-
-	var hour, minute, second int
-	if len(str) > minLen {
-		p.expect(str, ' ', timeSep)
-		minSep := timeSep + 3
-		p.expect(str, ':', minSep)
-		hour = p.mustAtoi(str, timeSep+1, minSep)
-		secSep := minSep + 3
-		p.expect(str, ':', secSep)
-		minute = p.mustAtoi(str, minSep+1, secSep)
-		secEnd := secSep + 3
-		second = p.mustAtoi(str, secSep+1, secEnd)
-	}
-	remainderIdx := monSep + len("01-01 00:00:00") + 1
-	// Three optional (but ordered) sections follow: the
-	// fractional seconds, the time zone offset, and the BC
-	// designation. We set them up here and adjust the other
-	// offsets if the preceding sections exist.
-
-	nanoSec := 0
-	tzOff := 0
-
-	if remainderIdx < len(str) && str[remainderIdx] == '.' {
-		fracStart := remainderIdx + 1
-		fracOff := strings.IndexAny(str[fracStart:], "-+ ")
-		if fracOff < 0 {
-			fracOff = len(str) - fracStart
-		}
-		fracSec := p.mustAtoi(str, fracStart, fracStart+fracOff)
-		nanoSec = fracSec * (1000000000 / int(math.Pow(10, float64(fracOff))))
-
-		remainderIdx += fracOff + 1
-	}
-	if tzStart := remainderIdx; tzStart < len(str) && (str[tzStart] == '-' || str[tzStart] == '+') {
-		// time zone separator is always '-' or '+' (UTC is +00)
-		var tzSign int
-		switch c := str[tzStart]; c {
-		case '-':
-			tzSign = -1
-		case '+':
-			tzSign = +1
-		default:
-			return time.Time{}, fmt.Errorf("expected '-' or '+' at position %v; got %v", tzStart, c)
-		}
-		tzHours := p.mustAtoi(str, tzStart+1, tzStart+3)
-		remainderIdx += 3
-		var tzMin, tzSec int
-		if remainderIdx < len(str) && str[remainderIdx] == ':' {
-			tzMin = p.mustAtoi(str, remainderIdx+1, remainderIdx+3)
-			remainderIdx += 3
-		}
-		if remainderIdx < len(str) && str[remainderIdx] == ':' {
-			tzSec = p.mustAtoi(str, remainderIdx+1, remainderIdx+3)
-			remainderIdx += 3
-		}
-		tzOff = tzSign * ((tzHours * 60 * 60) + (tzMin * 60) + tzSec)
-	}
-	var isoYear int
-
-	if isBC {
-		isoYear = 1 - year
-		remainderIdx += 3
-	} else {
-		isoYear = year
-	}
-	if remainderIdx < len(str) {
-		return time.Time{}, fmt.Errorf("expected end of input, got %v", str[remainderIdx:])
-	}
-	t := time.Date(isoYear, time.Month(month), day,
-		hour, minute, second, nanoSec,
-		globalLocationCache.getLocation(tzOff))
-
-	if currentLocation != nil {
-		// Set the location of the returned Time based on the session's
-		// TimeZone value, but only if the local time zone database agrees with
-		// the remote database on the offset.
-		lt := t.In(currentLocation)
-		_, newOff := lt.Zone()
-		if newOff == tzOff {
-			t = lt
-		}
-	}
-
-	return t, p.err
-}
-
-// formatTs formats t into a format postgres understands.
-func formatTs(t time.Time) []byte {
-	if infinityTsEnabled {
-		// t <= -infinity : ! (t > -infinity)
-		if !t.After(infinityTsNegative) {
-			return []byte("-infinity")
-		}
-		// t >= infinity : ! (!t < infinity)
-		if !t.Before(infinityTsPositive) {
-			return []byte("infinity")
-		}
-	}
-	return FormatTimestamp(t)
-}
-
-// FormatTimestamp formats t into Postgres' text format for timestamps.
-func FormatTimestamp(t time.Time) []byte {
-	// Need to send dates before 0001 A.D. with " BC" suffix, instead of the
-	// minus sign preferred by Go.
-	// Beware, "0000" in ISO is "1 BC", "-0001" is "2 BC" and so on
-	bc := false
-	if t.Year() <= 0 {
-		// flip year sign, and add 1, e.g: "0" will be "1", and "-10" will be "11"
-		t = t.AddDate((-t.Year())*2+1, 0, 0)
-		bc = true
-	}
-	b := []byte(t.Format("2006-01-02 15:04:05.999999999Z07:00"))
-
-	_, offset := t.Zone()
-	offset = offset % 60
-	if offset != 0 {
-		// RFC3339Nano already printed the minus sign
-		if offset < 0 {
-			offset = -offset
-		}
-
-		b = append(b, ':')
-		if offset < 10 {
-			b = append(b, '0')
-		}
-		b = strconv.AppendInt(b, int64(offset), 10)
-	}
-
-	if bc {
-		b = append(b, " BC"...)
-	}
-	return b
-}
-
-// Parse a bytea value received from the server.  Both "hex" and the legacy
-// "escape" format are supported.
-func parseBytea(s []byte) (result []byte, err error) {
-	if len(s) >= 2 && bytes.Equal(s[:2], []byte("\\x")) {
-		// bytea_output = hex
-		s = s[2:] // trim off leading "\\x"
-		result = make([]byte, hex.DecodedLen(len(s)))
-		_, err := hex.Decode(result, s)
-		if err != nil {
-			return nil, err
-		}
-	} else {
-		// bytea_output = escape
-		for len(s) > 0 {
-			if s[0] == '\\' {
-				// escaped '\\'
-				if len(s) >= 2 && s[1] == '\\' {
-					result = append(result, '\\')
-					s = s[2:]
-					continue
-				}
-
-				// '\\' followed by an octal number
-				if len(s) < 4 {
-					return nil, fmt.Errorf("invalid bytea sequence %v", s)
-				}
-				r, err := strconv.ParseInt(string(s[1:4]), 8, 9)
-				if err != nil {
-					return nil, fmt.Errorf("could not parse bytea value: %s", err.Error())
-				}
-				result = append(result, byte(r))
-				s = s[4:]
-			} else {
-				// We hit an unescaped, raw byte.  Try to read in as many as
-				// possible in one go.
-				i := bytes.IndexByte(s, '\\')
-				if i == -1 {
-					result = append(result, s...)
-					break
-				}
-				result = append(result, s[:i]...)
-				s = s[i:]
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	return result, nil
-}
-
-func encodeBytea(serverVersion int, v []byte) (result []byte) {
-	if serverVersion >= 90000 {
-		// Use the hex format if we know that the server supports it
-		result = make([]byte, 2+hex.EncodedLen(len(v)))
-		result[0] = '\\'
-		result[1] = 'x'
-		hex.Encode(result[2:], v)
-	} else {
-		// .. or resort to "escape"
-		for _, b := range v {
-			if b == '\\' {
-				result = append(result, '\\', '\\')
-			} else if b < 0x20 || b > 0x7e {
-				result = append(result, []byte(fmt.Sprintf("\\%03o", b))...)
-			} else {
-				result = append(result, b)
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	return result
-}
-
-// NullTime represents a time.Time that may be null. NullTime implements the
-// sql.Scanner interface so it can be used as a scan destination, similar to
-// sql.NullString.
-type NullTime struct {
-	Time  time.Time
-	Valid bool // Valid is true if Time is not NULL
-}
-
-// Scan implements the Scanner interface.
-func (nt *NullTime) Scan(value interface{}) error {
-	nt.Time, nt.Valid = value.(time.Time)
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Value implements the driver Valuer interface.
-func (nt NullTime) Value() (driver.Value, error) {
-	if !nt.Valid {
-		return nil, nil
-	}
-	return nt.Time, nil
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/error.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/error.go
deleted file mode 100644
index b4bb44c..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/error.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,508 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"database/sql/driver"
-	"fmt"
-	"io"
-	"net"
-	"runtime"
-)
-
-// Error severities
-const (
-	Efatal   = "FATAL"
-	Epanic   = "PANIC"
-	Ewarning = "WARNING"
-	Enotice  = "NOTICE"
-	Edebug   = "DEBUG"
-	Einfo    = "INFO"
-	Elog     = "LOG"
-)
-
-// Error represents an error communicating with the server.
-//
-// See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/protocol-error-fields.html for details of the fields
-type Error struct {
-	Severity         string
-	Code             ErrorCode
-	Message          string
-	Detail           string
-	Hint             string
-	Position         string
-	InternalPosition string
-	InternalQuery    string
-	Where            string
-	Schema           string
-	Table            string
-	Column           string
-	DataTypeName     string
-	Constraint       string
-	File             string
-	Line             string
-	Routine          string
-}
-
-// ErrorCode is a five-character error code.
-type ErrorCode string
-
-// Name returns a more human friendly rendering of the error code, namely the
-// "condition name".
-//
-// See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.3/static/errcodes-appendix.html for
-// details.
-func (ec ErrorCode) Name() string {
-	return errorCodeNames[ec]
-}
-
-// ErrorClass is only the class part of an error code.
-type ErrorClass string
-
-// Name returns the condition name of an error class.  It is equivalent to the
-// condition name of the "standard" error code (i.e. the one having the last
-// three characters "000").
-func (ec ErrorClass) Name() string {
-	return errorCodeNames[ErrorCode(ec+"000")]
-}
-
-// Class returns the error class, e.g. "28".
-//
-// See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.3/static/errcodes-appendix.html for
-// details.
-func (ec ErrorCode) Class() ErrorClass {
-	return ErrorClass(ec[0:2])
-}
-
-// errorCodeNames is a mapping between the five-character error codes and the
-// human readable "condition names". It is derived from the list at
-// http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.3/static/errcodes-appendix.html
-var errorCodeNames = map[ErrorCode]string{
-	// Class 00 - Successful Completion
-	"00000": "successful_completion",
-	// Class 01 - Warning
-	"01000": "warning",
-	"0100C": "dynamic_result_sets_returned",
-	"01008": "implicit_zero_bit_padding",
-	"01003": "null_value_eliminated_in_set_function",
-	"01007": "privilege_not_granted",
-	"01006": "privilege_not_revoked",
-	"01004": "string_data_right_truncation",
-	"01P01": "deprecated_feature",
-	// Class 02 - No Data (this is also a warning class per the SQL standard)
-	"02000": "no_data",
-	"02001": "no_additional_dynamic_result_sets_returned",
-	// Class 03 - SQL Statement Not Yet Complete
-	"03000": "sql_statement_not_yet_complete",
-	// Class 08 - Connection Exception
-	"08000": "connection_exception",
-	"08003": "connection_does_not_exist",
-	"08006": "connection_failure",
-	"08001": "sqlclient_unable_to_establish_sqlconnection",
-	"08004": "sqlserver_rejected_establishment_of_sqlconnection",
-	"08007": "transaction_resolution_unknown",
-	"08P01": "protocol_violation",
-	// Class 09 - Triggered Action Exception
-	"09000": "triggered_action_exception",
-	// Class 0A - Feature Not Supported
-	"0A000": "feature_not_supported",
-	// Class 0B - Invalid Transaction Initiation
-	"0B000": "invalid_transaction_initiation",
-	// Class 0F - Locator Exception
-	"0F000": "locator_exception",
-	"0F001": "invalid_locator_specification",
-	// Class 0L - Invalid Grantor
-	"0L000": "invalid_grantor",
-	"0LP01": "invalid_grant_operation",
-	// Class 0P - Invalid Role Specification
-	"0P000": "invalid_role_specification",
-	// Class 0Z - Diagnostics Exception
-	"0Z000": "diagnostics_exception",
-	"0Z002": "stacked_diagnostics_accessed_without_active_handler",
-	// Class 20 - Case Not Found
-	"20000": "case_not_found",
-	// Class 21 - Cardinality Violation
-	"21000": "cardinality_violation",
-	// Class 22 - Data Exception
-	"22000": "data_exception",
-	"2202E": "array_subscript_error",
-	"22021": "character_not_in_repertoire",
-	"22008": "datetime_field_overflow",
-	"22012": "division_by_zero",
-	"22005": "error_in_assignment",
-	"2200B": "escape_character_conflict",
-	"22022": "indicator_overflow",
-	"22015": "interval_field_overflow",
-	"2201E": "invalid_argument_for_logarithm",
-	"22014": "invalid_argument_for_ntile_function",
-	"22016": "invalid_argument_for_nth_value_function",
-	"2201F": "invalid_argument_for_power_function",
-	"2201G": "invalid_argument_for_width_bucket_function",
-	"22018": "invalid_character_value_for_cast",
-	"22007": "invalid_datetime_format",
-	"22019": "invalid_escape_character",
-	"2200D": "invalid_escape_octet",
-	"22025": "invalid_escape_sequence",
-	"22P06": "nonstandard_use_of_escape_character",
-	"22010": "invalid_indicator_parameter_value",
-	"22023": "invalid_parameter_value",
-	"2201B": "invalid_regular_expression",
-	"2201W": "invalid_row_count_in_limit_clause",
-	"2201X": "invalid_row_count_in_result_offset_clause",
-	"22009": "invalid_time_zone_displacement_value",
-	"2200C": "invalid_use_of_escape_character",
-	"2200G": "most_specific_type_mismatch",
-	"22004": "null_value_not_allowed",
-	"22002": "null_value_no_indicator_parameter",
-	"22003": "numeric_value_out_of_range",
-	"22026": "string_data_length_mismatch",
-	"22001": "string_data_right_truncation",
-	"22011": "substring_error",
-	"22027": "trim_error",
-	"22024": "unterminated_c_string",
-	"2200F": "zero_length_character_string",
-	"22P01": "floating_point_exception",
-	"22P02": "invalid_text_representation",
-	"22P03": "invalid_binary_representation",
-	"22P04": "bad_copy_file_format",
-	"22P05": "untranslatable_character",
-	"2200L": "not_an_xml_document",
-	"2200M": "invalid_xml_document",
-	"2200N": "invalid_xml_content",
-	"2200S": "invalid_xml_comment",
-	"2200T": "invalid_xml_processing_instruction",
-	// Class 23 - Integrity Constraint Violation
-	"23000": "integrity_constraint_violation",
-	"23001": "restrict_violation",
-	"23502": "not_null_violation",
-	"23503": "foreign_key_violation",
-	"23505": "unique_violation",
-	"23514": "check_violation",
-	"23P01": "exclusion_violation",
-	// Class 24 - Invalid Cursor State
-	"24000": "invalid_cursor_state",
-	// Class 25 - Invalid Transaction State
-	"25000": "invalid_transaction_state",
-	"25001": "active_sql_transaction",
-	"25002": "branch_transaction_already_active",
-	"25008": "held_cursor_requires_same_isolation_level",
-	"25003": "inappropriate_access_mode_for_branch_transaction",
-	"25004": "inappropriate_isolation_level_for_branch_transaction",
-	"25005": "no_active_sql_transaction_for_branch_transaction",
-	"25006": "read_only_sql_transaction",
-	"25007": "schema_and_data_statement_mixing_not_supported",
-	"25P01": "no_active_sql_transaction",
-	"25P02": "in_failed_sql_transaction",
-	// Class 26 - Invalid SQL Statement Name
-	"26000": "invalid_sql_statement_name",
-	// Class 27 - Triggered Data Change Violation
-	"27000": "triggered_data_change_violation",
-	// Class 28 - Invalid Authorization Specification
-	"28000": "invalid_authorization_specification",
-	"28P01": "invalid_password",
-	// Class 2B - Dependent Privilege Descriptors Still Exist
-	"2B000": "dependent_privilege_descriptors_still_exist",
-	"2BP01": "dependent_objects_still_exist",
-	// Class 2D - Invalid Transaction Termination
-	"2D000": "invalid_transaction_termination",
-	// Class 2F - SQL Routine Exception
-	"2F000": "sql_routine_exception",
-	"2F005": "function_executed_no_return_statement",
-	"2F002": "modifying_sql_data_not_permitted",
-	"2F003": "prohibited_sql_statement_attempted",
-	"2F004": "reading_sql_data_not_permitted",
-	// Class 34 - Invalid Cursor Name
-	"34000": "invalid_cursor_name",
-	// Class 38 - External Routine Exception
-	"38000": "external_routine_exception",
-	"38001": "containing_sql_not_permitted",
-	"38002": "modifying_sql_data_not_permitted",
-	"38003": "prohibited_sql_statement_attempted",
-	"38004": "reading_sql_data_not_permitted",
-	// Class 39 - External Routine Invocation Exception
-	"39000": "external_routine_invocation_exception",
-	"39001": "invalid_sqlstate_returned",
-	"39004": "null_value_not_allowed",
-	"39P01": "trigger_protocol_violated",
-	"39P02": "srf_protocol_violated",
-	// Class 3B - Savepoint Exception
-	"3B000": "savepoint_exception",
-	"3B001": "invalid_savepoint_specification",
-	// Class 3D - Invalid Catalog Name
-	"3D000": "invalid_catalog_name",
-	// Class 3F - Invalid Schema Name
-	"3F000": "invalid_schema_name",
-	// Class 40 - Transaction Rollback
-	"40000": "transaction_rollback",
-	"40002": "transaction_integrity_constraint_violation",
-	"40001": "serialization_failure",
-	"40003": "statement_completion_unknown",
-	"40P01": "deadlock_detected",
-	// Class 42 - Syntax Error or Access Rule Violation
-	"42000": "syntax_error_or_access_rule_violation",
-	"42601": "syntax_error",
-	"42501": "insufficient_privilege",
-	"42846": "cannot_coerce",
-	"42803": "grouping_error",
-	"42P20": "windowing_error",
-	"42P19": "invalid_recursion",
-	"42830": "invalid_foreign_key",
-	"42602": "invalid_name",
-	"42622": "name_too_long",
-	"42939": "reserved_name",
-	"42804": "datatype_mismatch",
-	"42P18": "indeterminate_datatype",
-	"42P21": "collation_mismatch",
-	"42P22": "indeterminate_collation",
-	"42809": "wrong_object_type",
-	"42703": "undefined_column",
-	"42883": "undefined_function",
-	"42P01": "undefined_table",
-	"42P02": "undefined_parameter",
-	"42704": "undefined_object",
-	"42701": "duplicate_column",
-	"42P03": "duplicate_cursor",
-	"42P04": "duplicate_database",
-	"42723": "duplicate_function",
-	"42P05": "duplicate_prepared_statement",
-	"42P06": "duplicate_schema",
-	"42P07": "duplicate_table",
-	"42712": "duplicate_alias",
-	"42710": "duplicate_object",
-	"42702": "ambiguous_column",
-	"42725": "ambiguous_function",
-	"42P08": "ambiguous_parameter",
-	"42P09": "ambiguous_alias",
-	"42P10": "invalid_column_reference",
-	"42611": "invalid_column_definition",
-	"42P11": "invalid_cursor_definition",
-	"42P12": "invalid_database_definition",
-	"42P13": "invalid_function_definition",
-	"42P14": "invalid_prepared_statement_definition",
-	"42P15": "invalid_schema_definition",
-	"42P16": "invalid_table_definition",
-	"42P17": "invalid_object_definition",
-	// Class 44 - WITH CHECK OPTION Violation
-	"44000": "with_check_option_violation",
-	// Class 53 - Insufficient Resources
-	"53000": "insufficient_resources",
-	"53100": "disk_full",
-	"53200": "out_of_memory",
-	"53300": "too_many_connections",
-	"53400": "configuration_limit_exceeded",
-	// Class 54 - Program Limit Exceeded
-	"54000": "program_limit_exceeded",
-	"54001": "statement_too_complex",
-	"54011": "too_many_columns",
-	"54023": "too_many_arguments",
-	// Class 55 - Object Not In Prerequisite State
-	"55000": "object_not_in_prerequisite_state",
-	"55006": "object_in_use",
-	"55P02": "cant_change_runtime_param",
-	"55P03": "lock_not_available",
-	// Class 57 - Operator Intervention
-	"57000": "operator_intervention",
-	"57014": "query_canceled",
-	"57P01": "admin_shutdown",
-	"57P02": "crash_shutdown",
-	"57P03": "cannot_connect_now",
-	"57P04": "database_dropped",
-	// Class 58 - System Error (errors external to PostgreSQL itself)
-	"58000": "system_error",
-	"58030": "io_error",
-	"58P01": "undefined_file",
-	"58P02": "duplicate_file",
-	// Class F0 - Configuration File Error
-	"F0000": "config_file_error",
-	"F0001": "lock_file_exists",
-	// Class HV - Foreign Data Wrapper Error (SQL/MED)
-	"HV000": "fdw_error",
-	"HV005": "fdw_column_name_not_found",
-	"HV002": "fdw_dynamic_parameter_value_needed",
-	"HV010": "fdw_function_sequence_error",
-	"HV021": "fdw_inconsistent_descriptor_information",
-	"HV024": "fdw_invalid_attribute_value",
-	"HV007": "fdw_invalid_column_name",
-	"HV008": "fdw_invalid_column_number",
-	"HV004": "fdw_invalid_data_type",
-	"HV006": "fdw_invalid_data_type_descriptors",
-	"HV091": "fdw_invalid_descriptor_field_identifier",
-	"HV00B": "fdw_invalid_handle",
-	"HV00C": "fdw_invalid_option_index",
-	"HV00D": "fdw_invalid_option_name",
-	"HV090": "fdw_invalid_string_length_or_buffer_length",
-	"HV00A": "fdw_invalid_string_format",
-	"HV009": "fdw_invalid_use_of_null_pointer",
-	"HV014": "fdw_too_many_handles",
-	"HV001": "fdw_out_of_memory",
-	"HV00P": "fdw_no_schemas",
-	"HV00J": "fdw_option_name_not_found",
-	"HV00K": "fdw_reply_handle",
-	"HV00Q": "fdw_schema_not_found",
-	"HV00R": "fdw_table_not_found",
-	"HV00L": "fdw_unable_to_create_execution",
-	"HV00M": "fdw_unable_to_create_reply",
-	"HV00N": "fdw_unable_to_establish_connection",
-	// Class P0 - PL/pgSQL Error
-	"P0000": "plpgsql_error",
-	"P0001": "raise_exception",
-	"P0002": "no_data_found",
-	"P0003": "too_many_rows",
-	// Class XX - Internal Error
-	"XX000": "internal_error",
-	"XX001": "data_corrupted",
-	"XX002": "index_corrupted",
-}
-
-func parseError(r *readBuf) *Error {
-	err := new(Error)
-	for t := r.byte(); t != 0; t = r.byte() {
-		msg := r.string()
-		switch t {
-		case 'S':
-			err.Severity = msg
-		case 'C':
-			err.Code = ErrorCode(msg)
-		case 'M':
-			err.Message = msg
-		case 'D':
-			err.Detail = msg
-		case 'H':
-			err.Hint = msg
-		case 'P':
-			err.Position = msg
-		case 'p':
-			err.InternalPosition = msg
-		case 'q':
-			err.InternalQuery = msg
-		case 'W':
-			err.Where = msg
-		case 's':
-			err.Schema = msg
-		case 't':
-			err.Table = msg
-		case 'c':
-			err.Column = msg
-		case 'd':
-			err.DataTypeName = msg
-		case 'n':
-			err.Constraint = msg
-		case 'F':
-			err.File = msg
-		case 'L':
-			err.Line = msg
-		case 'R':
-			err.Routine = msg
-		}
-	}
-	return err
-}
-
-// Fatal returns true if the Error Severity is fatal.
-func (err *Error) Fatal() bool {
-	return err.Severity == Efatal
-}
-
-// Get implements the legacy PGError interface. New code should use the fields
-// of the Error struct directly.
-func (err *Error) Get(k byte) (v string) {
-	switch k {
-	case 'S':
-		return err.Severity
-	case 'C':
-		return string(err.Code)
-	case 'M':
-		return err.Message
-	case 'D':
-		return err.Detail
-	case 'H':
-		return err.Hint
-	case 'P':
-		return err.Position
-	case 'p':
-		return err.InternalPosition
-	case 'q':
-		return err.InternalQuery
-	case 'W':
-		return err.Where
-	case 's':
-		return err.Schema
-	case 't':
-		return err.Table
-	case 'c':
-		return err.Column
-	case 'd':
-		return err.DataTypeName
-	case 'n':
-		return err.Constraint
-	case 'F':
-		return err.File
-	case 'L':
-		return err.Line
-	case 'R':
-		return err.Routine
-	}
-	return ""
-}
-
-func (err Error) Error() string {
-	return "pq: " + err.Message
-}
-
-// PGError is an interface used by previous versions of pq. It is provided
-// only to support legacy code. New code should use the Error type.
-type PGError interface {
-	Error() string
-	Fatal() bool
-	Get(k byte) (v string)
-}
-
-func errorf(s string, args ...interface{}) {
-	panic(fmt.Errorf("pq: %s", fmt.Sprintf(s, args...)))
-}
-
-func errRecoverNoErrBadConn(err *error) {
-	e := recover()
-	if e == nil {
-		// Do nothing
-		return
-	}
-	var ok bool
-	*err, ok = e.(error)
-	if !ok {
-		*err = fmt.Errorf("pq: unexpected error: %#v", e)
-	}
-}
-
-func (c *conn) errRecover(err *error) {
-	e := recover()
-	switch v := e.(type) {
-	case nil:
-		// Do nothing
-	case runtime.Error:
-		c.bad = true
-		panic(v)
-	case *Error:
-		if v.Fatal() {
-			*err = driver.ErrBadConn
-		} else {
-			*err = v
-		}
-	case *net.OpError:
-		*err = driver.ErrBadConn
-	case error:
-		if v == io.EOF || v.(error).Error() == "remote error: handshake failure" {
-			*err = driver.ErrBadConn
-		} else {
-			*err = v
-		}
-
-	default:
-		c.bad = true
-		panic(fmt.Sprintf("unknown error: %#v", e))
-	}
-
-	// Any time we return ErrBadConn, we need to remember it since *Tx doesn't
-	// mark the connection bad in database/sql.
-	if *err == driver.ErrBadConn {
-		c.bad = true
-	}
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/notify.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/notify.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 412c6ac..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/notify.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,794 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-// Package pq is a pure Go Postgres driver for the database/sql package.
-// This module contains support for Postgres LISTEN/NOTIFY.
-
-import (
-	"errors"
-	"fmt"
-	"sync"
-	"sync/atomic"
-	"time"
-)
-
-// Notification represents a single notification from the database.
-type Notification struct {
-	// Process ID (PID) of the notifying postgres backend.
-	BePid int
-	// Name of the channel the notification was sent on.
-	Channel string
-	// Payload, or the empty string if unspecified.
-	Extra string
-}
-
-func recvNotification(r *readBuf) *Notification {
-	bePid := r.int32()
-	channel := r.string()
-	extra := r.string()
-
-	return &Notification{bePid, channel, extra}
-}
-
-const (
-	connStateIdle int32 = iota
-	connStateExpectResponse
-	connStateExpectReadyForQuery
-)
-
-type message struct {
-	typ byte
-	err error
-}
-
-var errListenerConnClosed = errors.New("pq: ListenerConn has been closed")
-
-// ListenerConn is a low-level interface for waiting for notifications.  You
-// should use Listener instead.
-type ListenerConn struct {
-	// guards cn and err
-	connectionLock sync.Mutex
-	cn             *conn
-	err            error
-
-	connState int32
-
-	// the sending goroutine will be holding this lock
-	senderLock sync.Mutex
-
-	notificationChan chan<- *Notification
-
-	replyChan chan message
-}
-
-// NewListenerConn creates a new ListenerConn. Use NewListener instead.
-func NewListenerConn(name string, notificationChan chan<- *Notification) (*ListenerConn, error) {
-	return newDialListenerConn(defaultDialer{}, name, notificationChan)
-}
-
-func newDialListenerConn(d Dialer, name string, c chan<- *Notification) (*ListenerConn, error) {
-	cn, err := DialOpen(d, name)
-	if err != nil {
-		return nil, err
-	}
-
-	l := &ListenerConn{
-		cn:               cn.(*conn),
-		notificationChan: c,
-		connState:        connStateIdle,
-		replyChan:        make(chan message, 2),
-	}
-
-	go l.listenerConnMain()
-
-	return l, nil
-}
-
-// We can only allow one goroutine at a time to be running a query on the
-// connection for various reasons, so the goroutine sending on the connection
-// must be holding senderLock.
-//
-// Returns an error if an unrecoverable error has occurred and the ListenerConn
-// should be abandoned.
-func (l *ListenerConn) acquireSenderLock() error {
-	// we must acquire senderLock first to avoid deadlocks; see ExecSimpleQuery
-	l.senderLock.Lock()
-
-	l.connectionLock.Lock()
-	err := l.err
-	l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-	if err != nil {
-		l.senderLock.Unlock()
-		return err
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (l *ListenerConn) releaseSenderLock() {
-	l.senderLock.Unlock()
-}
-
-// setState advances the protocol state to newState.  Returns false if moving
-// to that state from the current state is not allowed.
-func (l *ListenerConn) setState(newState int32) bool {
-	var expectedState int32
-
-	switch newState {
-	case connStateIdle:
-		expectedState = connStateExpectReadyForQuery
-	case connStateExpectResponse:
-		expectedState = connStateIdle
-	case connStateExpectReadyForQuery:
-		expectedState = connStateExpectResponse
-	default:
-		panic(fmt.Sprintf("unexpected listenerConnState %d", newState))
-	}
-
-	return atomic.CompareAndSwapInt32(&l.connState, expectedState, newState)
-}
-
-// Main logic is here: receive messages from the postgres backend, forward
-// notifications and query replies and keep the internal state in sync with the
-// protocol state.  Returns when the connection has been lost, is about to go
-// away or should be discarded because we couldn't agree on the state with the
-// server backend.
-func (l *ListenerConn) listenerConnLoop() (err error) {
-	defer errRecoverNoErrBadConn(&err)
-
-	r := &readBuf{}
-	for {
-		t, err := l.cn.recvMessage(r)
-		if err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-
-		switch t {
-		case 'A':
-			// recvNotification copies all the data so we don't need to worry
-			// about the scratch buffer being overwritten.
-			l.notificationChan <- recvNotification(r)
-
-		case 'T', 'D':
-			// only used by tests; ignore
-
-		case 'E':
-			// We might receive an ErrorResponse even when not in a query; it
-			// is expected that the server will close the connection after
-			// that, but we should make sure that the error we display is the
-			// one from the stray ErrorResponse, not io.ErrUnexpectedEOF.
-			if !l.setState(connStateExpectReadyForQuery) {
-				return parseError(r)
-			}
-			l.replyChan <- message{t, parseError(r)}
-
-		case 'C', 'I':
-			if !l.setState(connStateExpectReadyForQuery) {
-				// protocol out of sync
-				return fmt.Errorf("unexpected CommandComplete")
-			}
-			// ExecSimpleQuery doesn't need to know about this message
-
-		case 'Z':
-			if !l.setState(connStateIdle) {
-				// protocol out of sync
-				return fmt.Errorf("unexpected ReadyForQuery")
-			}
-			l.replyChan <- message{t, nil}
-
-		case 'N', 'S':
-			// ignore
-		default:
-			return fmt.Errorf("unexpected message %q from server in listenerConnLoop", t)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// This is the main routine for the goroutine receiving on the database
-// connection.  Most of the main logic is in listenerConnLoop.
-func (l *ListenerConn) listenerConnMain() {
-	err := l.listenerConnLoop()
-
-	// listenerConnLoop terminated; we're done, but we still have to clean up.
-	// Make sure nobody tries to start any new queries by making sure the err
-	// pointer is set.  It is important that we do not overwrite its value; a
-	// connection could be closed by either this goroutine or one sending on
-	// the connection -- whoever closes the connection is assumed to have the
-	// more meaningful error message (as the other one will probably get
-	// net.errClosed), so that goroutine sets the error we expose while the
-	// other error is discarded.  If the connection is lost while two
-	// goroutines are operating on the socket, it probably doesn't matter which
-	// error we expose so we don't try to do anything more complex.
-	l.connectionLock.Lock()
-	if l.err == nil {
-		l.err = err
-	}
-	l.cn.Close()
-	l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-
-	// There might be a query in-flight; make sure nobody's waiting for a
-	// response to it, since there's not going to be one.
-	close(l.replyChan)
-
-	// let the listener know we're done
-	close(l.notificationChan)
-
-	// this ListenerConn is done
-}
-
-// Listen sends a LISTEN query to the server. See ExecSimpleQuery.
-func (l *ListenerConn) Listen(channel string) (bool, error) {
-	return l.ExecSimpleQuery("LISTEN " + QuoteIdentifier(channel))
-}
-
-// Unlisten sends an UNLISTEN query to the server. See ExecSimpleQuery.
-func (l *ListenerConn) Unlisten(channel string) (bool, error) {
-	return l.ExecSimpleQuery("UNLISTEN " + QuoteIdentifier(channel))
-}
-
-// UnlistenAll sends an `UNLISTEN *` query to the server. See ExecSimpleQuery.
-func (l *ListenerConn) UnlistenAll() (bool, error) {
-	return l.ExecSimpleQuery("UNLISTEN *")
-}
-
-// Ping the remote server to make sure it's alive.  Non-nil error means the
-// connection has failed and should be abandoned.
-func (l *ListenerConn) Ping() error {
-	sent, err := l.ExecSimpleQuery("")
-	if !sent {
-		return err
-	}
-	if err != nil {
-		// shouldn't happen
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Attempt to send a query on the connection.  Returns an error if sending the
-// query failed, and the caller should initiate closure of this connection.
-// The caller must be holding senderLock (see acquireSenderLock and
-// releaseSenderLock).
-func (l *ListenerConn) sendSimpleQuery(q string) (err error) {
-	defer errRecoverNoErrBadConn(&err)
-
-	// must set connection state before sending the query
-	if !l.setState(connStateExpectResponse) {
-		panic("two queries running at the same time")
-	}
-
-	// Can't use l.cn.writeBuf here because it uses the scratch buffer which
-	// might get overwritten by listenerConnLoop.
-	b := &writeBuf{
-		buf: []byte("Q\x00\x00\x00\x00"),
-		pos: 1,
-	}
-	b.string(q)
-	l.cn.send(b)
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-// ExecSimpleQuery executes a "simple query" (i.e. one with no bindable
-// parameters) on the connection. The possible return values are:
-//   1) "executed" is true; the query was executed to completion on the
-//      database server.  If the query failed, err will be set to the error
-//      returned by the database, otherwise err will be nil.
-//   2) If "executed" is false, the query could not be executed on the remote
-//      server.  err will be non-nil.
-//
-// After a call to ExecSimpleQuery has returned an executed=false value, the
-// connection has either been closed or will be closed shortly thereafter, and
-// all subsequently executed queries will return an error.
-func (l *ListenerConn) ExecSimpleQuery(q string) (executed bool, err error) {
-	if err = l.acquireSenderLock(); err != nil {
-		return false, err
-	}
-	defer l.releaseSenderLock()
-
-	err = l.sendSimpleQuery(q)
-	if err != nil {
-		// We can't know what state the protocol is in, so we need to abandon
-		// this connection.
-		l.connectionLock.Lock()
-		// Set the error pointer if it hasn't been set already; see
-		// listenerConnMain.
-		if l.err == nil {
-			l.err = err
-		}
-		l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-		l.cn.c.Close()
-		return false, err
-	}
-
-	// now we just wait for a reply..
-	for {
-		m, ok := <-l.replyChan
-		if !ok {
-			// We lost the connection to server, don't bother waiting for a
-			// a response.  err should have been set already.
-			l.connectionLock.Lock()
-			err := l.err
-			l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-			return false, err
-		}
-		switch m.typ {
-		case 'Z':
-			// sanity check
-			if m.err != nil {
-				panic("m.err != nil")
-			}
-			// done; err might or might not be set
-			return true, err
-
-		case 'E':
-			// sanity check
-			if m.err == nil {
-				panic("m.err == nil")
-			}
-			// server responded with an error; ReadyForQuery to follow
-			err = m.err
-
-		default:
-			return false, fmt.Errorf("unknown response for simple query: %q", m.typ)
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// Close closes the connection.
-func (l *ListenerConn) Close() error {
-	l.connectionLock.Lock()
-	if l.err != nil {
-		l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-		return errListenerConnClosed
-	}
-	l.err = errListenerConnClosed
-	l.connectionLock.Unlock()
-	// We can't send anything on the connection without holding senderLock.
-	// Simply close the net.Conn to wake up everyone operating on it.
-	return l.cn.c.Close()
-}
-
-// Err returns the reason the connection was closed. It is not safe to call
-// this function until l.Notify has been closed.
-func (l *ListenerConn) Err() error {
-	return l.err
-}
-
-var errListenerClosed = errors.New("pq: Listener has been closed")
-
-// ErrChannelAlreadyOpen is returned from Listen when a channel is already
-// open.
-var ErrChannelAlreadyOpen = errors.New("pq: channel is already open")
-
-// ErrChannelNotOpen is returned from Unlisten when a channel is not open.
-var ErrChannelNotOpen = errors.New("pq: channel is not open")
-
-// ListenerEventType is an enumeration of listener event types.
-type ListenerEventType int
-
-const (
-	// ListenerEventConnected is emitted only when the database connection
-	// has been initially initialized. The err argument of the callback
-	// will always be nil.
-	ListenerEventConnected ListenerEventType = iota
-
-	// ListenerEventDisconnected is emitted after a database connection has
-	// been lost, either because of an error or because Close has been
-	// called. The err argument will be set to the reason the database
-	// connection was lost.
-	ListenerEventDisconnected
-
-	// ListenerEventReconnected is emitted after a database connection has
-	// been re-established after connection loss. The err argument of the
-	// callback will always be nil. After this event has been emitted, a
-	// nil pq.Notification is sent on the Listener.Notify channel.
-	ListenerEventReconnected
-
-	// ListenerEventConnectionAttemptFailed is emitted after a connection
-	// to the database was attempted, but failed. The err argument will be
-	// set to an error describing why the connection attempt did not
-	// succeed.
-	ListenerEventConnectionAttemptFailed
-)
-
-// EventCallbackType is the event callback type. See also ListenerEventType
-// constants' documentation.
-type EventCallbackType func(event ListenerEventType, err error)
-
-// Listener provides an interface for listening to notifications from a
-// PostgreSQL database.  For general usage information, see section
-// "Notifications".
-//
-// Listener can safely be used from concurrently running goroutines.
-type Listener struct {
-	// Channel for receiving notifications from the database.  In some cases a
-	// nil value will be sent.  See section "Notifications" above.
-	Notify chan *Notification
-
-	name                 string
-	minReconnectInterval time.Duration
-	maxReconnectInterval time.Duration
-	dialer               Dialer
-	eventCallback        EventCallbackType
-
-	lock                 sync.Mutex
-	isClosed             bool
-	reconnectCond        *sync.Cond
-	cn                   *ListenerConn
-	connNotificationChan <-chan *Notification
-	channels             map[string]struct{}
-}
-
-// NewListener creates a new database connection dedicated to LISTEN / NOTIFY.
-//
-// name should be set to a connection string to be used to establish the
-// database connection (see section "Connection String Parameters" above).
-//
-// minReconnectInterval controls the duration to wait before trying to
-// re-establish the database connection after connection loss.  After each
-// consecutive failure this interval is doubled, until maxReconnectInterval is
-// reached.  Successfully completing the connection establishment procedure
-// resets the interval back to minReconnectInterval.
-//
-// The last parameter eventCallback can be set to a function which will be
-// called by the Listener when the state of the underlying database connection
-// changes.  This callback will be called by the goroutine which dispatches the
-// notifications over the Notify channel, so you should try to avoid doing
-// potentially time-consuming operations from the callback.
-func NewListener(name string,
-	minReconnectInterval time.Duration,
-	maxReconnectInterval time.Duration,
-	eventCallback EventCallbackType) *Listener {
-	return NewDialListener(defaultDialer{}, name, minReconnectInterval, maxReconnectInterval, eventCallback)
-}
-
-// NewDialListener is like NewListener but it takes a Dialer.
-func NewDialListener(d Dialer,
-	name string,
-	minReconnectInterval time.Duration,
-	maxReconnectInterval time.Duration,
-	eventCallback EventCallbackType) *Listener {
-
-	l := &Listener{
-		name:                 name,
-		minReconnectInterval: minReconnectInterval,
-		maxReconnectInterval: maxReconnectInterval,
-		dialer:               d,
-		eventCallback:        eventCallback,
-
-		channels: make(map[string]struct{}),
-
-		Notify: make(chan *Notification, 32),
-	}
-	l.reconnectCond = sync.NewCond(&l.lock)
-
-	go l.listenerMain()
-
-	return l
-}
-
-// NotificationChannel returns the notification channel for this listener.
-// This is the same channel as Notify, and will not be recreated during the
-// life time of the Listener.
-func (l *Listener) NotificationChannel() <-chan *Notification {
-	return l.Notify
-}
-
-// Listen starts listening for notifications on a channel.  Calls to this
-// function will block until an acknowledgement has been received from the
-// server.  Note that Listener automatically re-establishes the connection
-// after connection loss, so this function may block indefinitely if the
-// connection can not be re-established.
-//
-// Listen will only fail in three conditions:
-//   1) The channel is already open.  The returned error will be
-//      ErrChannelAlreadyOpen.
-//   2) The query was executed on the remote server, but PostgreSQL returned an
-//      error message in response to the query.  The returned error will be a
-//      pq.Error containing the information the server supplied.
-//   3) Close is called on the Listener before the request could be completed.
-//
-// The channel name is case-sensitive.
-func (l *Listener) Listen(channel string) error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	if l.isClosed {
-		return errListenerClosed
-	}
-
-	// The server allows you to issue a LISTEN on a channel which is already
-	// open, but it seems useful to be able to detect this case to spot for
-	// mistakes in application logic.  If the application genuinely does't
-	// care, it can check the exported error and ignore it.
-	_, exists := l.channels[channel]
-	if exists {
-		return ErrChannelAlreadyOpen
-	}
-
-	if l.cn != nil {
-		// If gotResponse is true but error is set, the query was executed on
-		// the remote server, but resulted in an error.  This should be
-		// relatively rare, so it's fine if we just pass the error to our
-		// caller.  However, if gotResponse is false, we could not complete the
-		// query on the remote server and our underlying connection is about
-		// to go away, so we only add relname to l.channels, and wait for
-		// resync() to take care of the rest.
-		gotResponse, err := l.cn.Listen(channel)
-		if gotResponse && err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-
-	l.channels[channel] = struct{}{}
-	for l.cn == nil {
-		l.reconnectCond.Wait()
-		// we let go of the mutex for a while
-		if l.isClosed {
-			return errListenerClosed
-		}
-	}
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Unlisten removes a channel from the Listener's channel list.  Returns
-// ErrChannelNotOpen if the Listener is not listening on the specified channel.
-// Returns immediately with no error if there is no connection.  Note that you
-// might still get notifications for this channel even after Unlisten has
-// returned.
-//
-// The channel name is case-sensitive.
-func (l *Listener) Unlisten(channel string) error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	if l.isClosed {
-		return errListenerClosed
-	}
-
-	// Similarly to LISTEN, this is not an error in Postgres, but it seems
-	// useful to distinguish from the normal conditions.
-	_, exists := l.channels[channel]
-	if !exists {
-		return ErrChannelNotOpen
-	}
-
-	if l.cn != nil {
-		// Similarly to Listen (see comment in that function), the caller
-		// should only be bothered with an error if it came from the backend as
-		// a response to our query.
-		gotResponse, err := l.cn.Unlisten(channel)
-		if gotResponse && err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-
-	// Don't bother waiting for resync if there's no connection.
-	delete(l.channels, channel)
-	return nil
-}
-
-// UnlistenAll removes all channels from the Listener's channel list.  Returns
-// immediately with no error if there is no connection.  Note that you might
-// still get notifications for any of the deleted channels even after
-// UnlistenAll has returned.
-func (l *Listener) UnlistenAll() error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	if l.isClosed {
-		return errListenerClosed
-	}
-
-	if l.cn != nil {
-		// Similarly to Listen (see comment in that function), the caller
-		// should only be bothered with an error if it came from the backend as
-		// a response to our query.
-		gotResponse, err := l.cn.UnlistenAll()
-		if gotResponse && err != nil {
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-
-	// Don't bother waiting for resync if there's no connection.
-	l.channels = make(map[string]struct{})
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Ping the remote server to make sure it's alive.  Non-nil return value means
-// that there is no active connection.
-func (l *Listener) Ping() error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	if l.isClosed {
-		return errListenerClosed
-	}
-	if l.cn == nil {
-		return errors.New("no connection")
-	}
-
-	return l.cn.Ping()
-}
-
-// Clean up after losing the server connection.  Returns l.cn.Err(), which
-// should have the reason the connection was lost.
-func (l *Listener) disconnectCleanup() error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	// sanity check; can't look at Err() until the channel has been closed
-	select {
-	case _, ok := <-l.connNotificationChan:
-		if ok {
-			panic("connNotificationChan not closed")
-		}
-	default:
-		panic("connNotificationChan not closed")
-	}
-
-	err := l.cn.Err()
-	l.cn.Close()
-	l.cn = nil
-	return err
-}
-
-// Synchronize the list of channels we want to be listening on with the server
-// after the connection has been established.
-func (l *Listener) resync(cn *ListenerConn, notificationChan <-chan *Notification) error {
-	doneChan := make(chan error)
-	go func() {
-		for channel := range l.channels {
-			// If we got a response, return that error to our caller as it's
-			// going to be more descriptive than cn.Err().
-			gotResponse, err := cn.Listen(channel)
-			if gotResponse && err != nil {
-				doneChan <- err
-				return
-			}
-
-			// If we couldn't reach the server, wait for notificationChan to
-			// close and then return the error message from the connection, as
-			// per ListenerConn's interface.
-			if err != nil {
-				for range notificationChan {
-				}
-				doneChan <- cn.Err()
-				return
-			}
-		}
-		doneChan <- nil
-	}()
-
-	// Ignore notifications while synchronization is going on to avoid
-	// deadlocks.  We have to send a nil notification over Notify anyway as
-	// we can't possibly know which notifications (if any) were lost while
-	// the connection was down, so there's no reason to try and process
-	// these messages at all.
-	for {
-		select {
-		case _, ok := <-notificationChan:
-			if !ok {
-				notificationChan = nil
-			}
-
-		case err := <-doneChan:
-			return err
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// caller should NOT be holding l.lock
-func (l *Listener) closed() bool {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	return l.isClosed
-}
-
-func (l *Listener) connect() error {
-	notificationChan := make(chan *Notification, 32)
-	cn, err := newDialListenerConn(l.dialer, l.name, notificationChan)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	err = l.resync(cn, notificationChan)
-	if err != nil {
-		cn.Close()
-		return err
-	}
-
-	l.cn = cn
-	l.connNotificationChan = notificationChan
-	l.reconnectCond.Broadcast()
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-// Close disconnects the Listener from the database and shuts it down.
-// Subsequent calls to its methods will return an error.  Close returns an
-// error if the connection has already been closed.
-func (l *Listener) Close() error {
-	l.lock.Lock()
-	defer l.lock.Unlock()
-
-	if l.isClosed {
-		return errListenerClosed
-	}
-
-	if l.cn != nil {
-		l.cn.Close()
-	}
-	l.isClosed = true
-
-	return nil
-}
-
-func (l *Listener) emitEvent(event ListenerEventType, err error) {
-	if l.eventCallback != nil {
-		l.eventCallback(event, err)
-	}
-}
-
-// Main logic here: maintain a connection to the server when possible, wait
-// for notifications and emit events.
-func (l *Listener) listenerConnLoop() {
-	var nextReconnect time.Time
-
-	reconnectInterval := l.minReconnectInterval
-	for {
-		for {
-			err := l.connect()
-			if err == nil {
-				break
-			}
-
-			if l.closed() {
-				return
-			}
-			l.emitEvent(ListenerEventConnectionAttemptFailed, err)
-
-			time.Sleep(reconnectInterval)
-			reconnectInterval *= 2
-			if reconnectInterval > l.maxReconnectInterval {
-				reconnectInterval = l.maxReconnectInterval
-			}
-		}
-
-		if nextReconnect.IsZero() {
-			l.emitEvent(ListenerEventConnected, nil)
-		} else {
-			l.emitEvent(ListenerEventReconnected, nil)
-			l.Notify <- nil
-		}
-
-		reconnectInterval = l.minReconnectInterval
-		nextReconnect = time.Now().Add(reconnectInterval)
-
-		for {
-			notification, ok := <-l.connNotificationChan
-			if !ok {
-				// lost connection, loop again
-				break
-			}
-			l.Notify <- notification
-		}
-
-		err := l.disconnectCleanup()
-		if l.closed() {
-			return
-		}
-		l.emitEvent(ListenerEventDisconnected, err)
-
-		time.Sleep(nextReconnect.Sub(time.Now()))
-	}
-}
-
-func (l *Listener) listenerMain() {
-	l.listenerConnLoop()
-	close(l.Notify)
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/doc.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/doc.go
deleted file mode 100644
index caaede2..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/doc.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-// Package oid contains OID constants
-// as defined by the Postgres server.
-package oid
-
-// Oid is a Postgres Object ID.
-type Oid uint32
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/gen.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/gen.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 7c634cd..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/gen.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-// +build ignore
-
-// Generate the table of OID values
-// Run with 'go run gen.go'.
-package main
-
-import (
-	"database/sql"
-	"fmt"
-	"log"
-	"os"
-	"os/exec"
-	"strings"
-
-	_ "github.com/lib/pq"
-)
-
-// OID represent a postgres Object Identifier Type.
-type OID struct {
-	ID   int
-	Type string
-}
-
-// Name returns an upper case version of the oid type.
-func (o OID) Name() string {
-	return strings.ToUpper(o.Type)
-}
-
-func main() {
-	datname := os.Getenv("PGDATABASE")
-	sslmode := os.Getenv("PGSSLMODE")
-
-	if datname == "" {
-		os.Setenv("PGDATABASE", "pqgotest")
-	}
-
-	if sslmode == "" {
-		os.Setenv("PGSSLMODE", "disable")
-	}
-
-	db, err := sql.Open("postgres", "")
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	rows, err := db.Query(`
-		SELECT typname, oid
-		FROM pg_type WHERE oid < 10000
-		ORDER BY oid;
-	`)
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	oids := make([]*OID, 0)
-	for rows.Next() {
-		var oid OID
-		if err = rows.Scan(&oid.Type, &oid.ID); err != nil {
-			log.Fatal(err)
-		}
-		oids = append(oids, &oid)
-	}
-	if err = rows.Err(); err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	cmd := exec.Command("gofmt")
-	cmd.Stderr = os.Stderr
-	w, err := cmd.StdinPipe()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	f, err := os.Create("types.go")
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	cmd.Stdout = f
-	err = cmd.Start()
-	if err != nil {
-		log.Fatal(err)
-	}
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, "// Code generated by gen.go. DO NOT EDIT.")
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, "\npackage oid")
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, "const (")
-	for _, oid := range oids {
-		fmt.Fprintf(w, "T_%s Oid = %d\n", oid.Type, oid.ID)
-	}
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, ")")
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, "var TypeName = map[Oid]string{")
-	for _, oid := range oids {
-		fmt.Fprintf(w, "T_%s: \"%s\",\n", oid.Type, oid.Name())
-	}
-	fmt.Fprintln(w, "}")
-	w.Close()
-	cmd.Wait()
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/types.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/types.go
deleted file mode 100644
index ecc84c2..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/oid/types.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,343 +0,0 @@
-// Code generated by gen.go. DO NOT EDIT.
-
-package oid
-
-const (
-	T_bool             Oid = 16
-	T_bytea            Oid = 17
-	T_char             Oid = 18
-	T_name             Oid = 19
-	T_int8             Oid = 20
-	T_int2             Oid = 21
-	T_int2vector       Oid = 22
-	T_int4             Oid = 23
-	T_regproc          Oid = 24
-	T_text             Oid = 25
-	T_oid              Oid = 26
-	T_tid              Oid = 27
-	T_xid              Oid = 28
-	T_cid              Oid = 29
-	T_oidvector        Oid = 30
-	T_pg_ddl_command   Oid = 32
-	T_pg_type          Oid = 71
-	T_pg_attribute     Oid = 75
-	T_pg_proc          Oid = 81
-	T_pg_class         Oid = 83
-	T_json             Oid = 114
-	T_xml              Oid = 142
-	T__xml             Oid = 143
-	T_pg_node_tree     Oid = 194
-	T__json            Oid = 199
-	T_smgr             Oid = 210
-	T_index_am_handler Oid = 325
-	T_point            Oid = 600
-	T_lseg             Oid = 601
-	T_path             Oid = 602
-	T_box              Oid = 603
-	T_polygon          Oid = 604
-	T_line             Oid = 628
-	T__line            Oid = 629
-	T_cidr             Oid = 650
-	T__cidr            Oid = 651
-	T_float4           Oid = 700
-	T_float8           Oid = 701
-	T_abstime          Oid = 702
-	T_reltime          Oid = 703
-	T_tinterval        Oid = 704
-	T_unknown          Oid = 705
-	T_circle           Oid = 718
-	T__circle          Oid = 719
-	T_money            Oid = 790
-	T__money           Oid = 791
-	T_macaddr          Oid = 829
-	T_inet             Oid = 869
-	T__bool            Oid = 1000
-	T__bytea           Oid = 1001
-	T__char            Oid = 1002
-	T__name            Oid = 1003
-	T__int2            Oid = 1005
-	T__int2vector      Oid = 1006
-	T__int4            Oid = 1007
-	T__regproc         Oid = 1008
-	T__text            Oid = 1009
-	T__tid             Oid = 1010
-	T__xid             Oid = 1011
-	T__cid             Oid = 1012
-	T__oidvector       Oid = 1013
-	T__bpchar          Oid = 1014
-	T__varchar         Oid = 1015
-	T__int8            Oid = 1016
-	T__point           Oid = 1017
-	T__lseg            Oid = 1018
-	T__path            Oid = 1019
-	T__box             Oid = 1020
-	T__float4          Oid = 1021
-	T__float8          Oid = 1022
-	T__abstime         Oid = 1023
-	T__reltime         Oid = 1024
-	T__tinterval       Oid = 1025
-	T__polygon         Oid = 1027
-	T__oid             Oid = 1028
-	T_aclitem          Oid = 1033
-	T__aclitem         Oid = 1034
-	T__macaddr         Oid = 1040
-	T__inet            Oid = 1041
-	T_bpchar           Oid = 1042
-	T_varchar          Oid = 1043
-	T_date             Oid = 1082
-	T_time             Oid = 1083
-	T_timestamp        Oid = 1114
-	T__timestamp       Oid = 1115
-	T__date            Oid = 1182
-	T__time            Oid = 1183
-	T_timestamptz      Oid = 1184
-	T__timestamptz     Oid = 1185
-	T_interval         Oid = 1186
-	T__interval        Oid = 1187
-	T__numeric         Oid = 1231
-	T_pg_database      Oid = 1248
-	T__cstring         Oid = 1263
-	T_timetz           Oid = 1266
-	T__timetz          Oid = 1270
-	T_bit              Oid = 1560
-	T__bit             Oid = 1561
-	T_varbit           Oid = 1562
-	T__varbit          Oid = 1563
-	T_numeric          Oid = 1700
-	T_refcursor        Oid = 1790
-	T__refcursor       Oid = 2201
-	T_regprocedure     Oid = 2202
-	T_regoper          Oid = 2203
-	T_regoperator      Oid = 2204
-	T_regclass         Oid = 2205
-	T_regtype          Oid = 2206
-	T__regprocedure    Oid = 2207
-	T__regoper         Oid = 2208
-	T__regoperator     Oid = 2209
-	T__regclass        Oid = 2210
-	T__regtype         Oid = 2211
-	T_record           Oid = 2249
-	T_cstring          Oid = 2275
-	T_any              Oid = 2276
-	T_anyarray         Oid = 2277
-	T_void             Oid = 2278
-	T_trigger          Oid = 2279
-	T_language_handler Oid = 2280
-	T_internal         Oid = 2281
-	T_opaque           Oid = 2282
-	T_anyelement       Oid = 2283
-	T__record          Oid = 2287
-	T_anynonarray      Oid = 2776
-	T_pg_authid        Oid = 2842
-	T_pg_auth_members  Oid = 2843
-	T__txid_snapshot   Oid = 2949
-	T_uuid             Oid = 2950
-	T__uuid            Oid = 2951
-	T_txid_snapshot    Oid = 2970
-	T_fdw_handler      Oid = 3115
-	T_pg_lsn           Oid = 3220
-	T__pg_lsn          Oid = 3221
-	T_tsm_handler      Oid = 3310
-	T_anyenum          Oid = 3500
-	T_tsvector         Oid = 3614
-	T_tsquery          Oid = 3615
-	T_gtsvector        Oid = 3642
-	T__tsvector        Oid = 3643
-	T__gtsvector       Oid = 3644
-	T__tsquery         Oid = 3645
-	T_regconfig        Oid = 3734
-	T__regconfig       Oid = 3735
-	T_regdictionary    Oid = 3769
-	T__regdictionary   Oid = 3770
-	T_jsonb            Oid = 3802
-	T__jsonb           Oid = 3807
-	T_anyrange         Oid = 3831
-	T_event_trigger    Oid = 3838
-	T_int4range        Oid = 3904
-	T__int4range       Oid = 3905
-	T_numrange         Oid = 3906
-	T__numrange        Oid = 3907
-	T_tsrange          Oid = 3908
-	T__tsrange         Oid = 3909
-	T_tstzrange        Oid = 3910
-	T__tstzrange       Oid = 3911
-	T_daterange        Oid = 3912
-	T__daterange       Oid = 3913
-	T_int8range        Oid = 3926
-	T__int8range       Oid = 3927
-	T_pg_shseclabel    Oid = 4066
-	T_regnamespace     Oid = 4089
-	T__regnamespace    Oid = 4090
-	T_regrole          Oid = 4096
-	T__regrole         Oid = 4097
-)
-
-var TypeName = map[Oid]string{
-	T_bool:             "BOOL",
-	T_bytea:            "BYTEA",
-	T_char:             "CHAR",
-	T_name:             "NAME",
-	T_int8:             "INT8",
-	T_int2:             "INT2",
-	T_int2vector:       "INT2VECTOR",
-	T_int4:             "INT4",
-	T_regproc:          "REGPROC",
-	T_text:             "TEXT",
-	T_oid:              "OID",
-	T_tid:              "TID",
-	T_xid:              "XID",
-	T_cid:              "CID",
-	T_oidvector:        "OIDVECTOR",
-	T_pg_ddl_command:   "PG_DDL_COMMAND",
-	T_pg_type:          "PG_TYPE",
-	T_pg_attribute:     "PG_ATTRIBUTE",
-	T_pg_proc:          "PG_PROC",
-	T_pg_class:         "PG_CLASS",
-	T_json:             "JSON",
-	T_xml:              "XML",
-	T__xml:             "_XML",
-	T_pg_node_tree:     "PG_NODE_TREE",
-	T__json:            "_JSON",
-	T_smgr:             "SMGR",
-	T_index_am_handler: "INDEX_AM_HANDLER",
-	T_point:            "POINT",
-	T_lseg:             "LSEG",
-	T_path:             "PATH",
-	T_box:              "BOX",
-	T_polygon:          "POLYGON",
-	T_line:             "LINE",
-	T__line:            "_LINE",
-	T_cidr:             "CIDR",
-	T__cidr:            "_CIDR",
-	T_float4:           "FLOAT4",
-	T_float8:           "FLOAT8",
-	T_abstime:          "ABSTIME",
-	T_reltime:          "RELTIME",
-	T_tinterval:        "TINTERVAL",
-	T_unknown:          "UNKNOWN",
-	T_circle:           "CIRCLE",
-	T__circle:          "_CIRCLE",
-	T_money:            "MONEY",
-	T__money:           "_MONEY",
-	T_macaddr:          "MACADDR",
-	T_inet:             "INET",
-	T__bool:            "_BOOL",
-	T__bytea:           "_BYTEA",
-	T__char:            "_CHAR",
-	T__name:            "_NAME",
-	T__int2:            "_INT2",
-	T__int2vector:      "_INT2VECTOR",
-	T__int4:            "_INT4",
-	T__regproc:         "_REGPROC",
-	T__text:            "_TEXT",
-	T__tid:             "_TID",
-	T__xid:             "_XID",
-	T__cid:             "_CID",
-	T__oidvector:       "_OIDVECTOR",
-	T__bpchar:          "_BPCHAR",
-	T__varchar:         "_VARCHAR",
-	T__int8:            "_INT8",
-	T__point:           "_POINT",
-	T__lseg:            "_LSEG",
-	T__path:            "_PATH",
-	T__box:             "_BOX",
-	T__float4:          "_FLOAT4",
-	T__float8:          "_FLOAT8",
-	T__abstime:         "_ABSTIME",
-	T__reltime:         "_RELTIME",
-	T__tinterval:       "_TINTERVAL",
-	T__polygon:         "_POLYGON",
-	T__oid:             "_OID",
-	T_aclitem:          "ACLITEM",
-	T__aclitem:         "_ACLITEM",
-	T__macaddr:         "_MACADDR",
-	T__inet:            "_INET",
-	T_bpchar:           "BPCHAR",
-	T_varchar:          "VARCHAR",
-	T_date:             "DATE",
-	T_time:             "TIME",
-	T_timestamp:        "TIMESTAMP",
-	T__timestamp:       "_TIMESTAMP",
-	T__date:            "_DATE",
-	T__time:            "_TIME",
-	T_timestamptz:      "TIMESTAMPTZ",
-	T__timestamptz:     "_TIMESTAMPTZ",
-	T_interval:         "INTERVAL",
-	T__interval:        "_INTERVAL",
-	T__numeric:         "_NUMERIC",
-	T_pg_database:      "PG_DATABASE",
-	T__cstring:         "_CSTRING",
-	T_timetz:           "TIMETZ",
-	T__timetz:          "_TIMETZ",
-	T_bit:              "BIT",
-	T__bit:             "_BIT",
-	T_varbit:           "VARBIT",
-	T__varbit:          "_VARBIT",
-	T_numeric:          "NUMERIC",
-	T_refcursor:        "REFCURSOR",
-	T__refcursor:       "_REFCURSOR",
-	T_regprocedure:     "REGPROCEDURE",
-	T_regoper:          "REGOPER",
-	T_regoperator:      "REGOPERATOR",
-	T_regclass:         "REGCLASS",
-	T_regtype:          "REGTYPE",
-	T__regprocedure:    "_REGPROCEDURE",
-	T__regoper:         "_REGOPER",
-	T__regoperator:     "_REGOPERATOR",
-	T__regclass:        "_REGCLASS",
-	T__regtype:         "_REGTYPE",
-	T_record:           "RECORD",
-	T_cstring:          "CSTRING",
-	T_any:              "ANY",
-	T_anyarray:         "ANYARRAY",
-	T_void:             "VOID",
-	T_trigger:          "TRIGGER",
-	T_language_handler: "LANGUAGE_HANDLER",
-	T_internal:         "INTERNAL",
-	T_opaque:           "OPAQUE",
-	T_anyelement:       "ANYELEMENT",
-	T__record:          "_RECORD",
-	T_anynonarray:      "ANYNONARRAY",
-	T_pg_authid:        "PG_AUTHID",
-	T_pg_auth_members:  "PG_AUTH_MEMBERS",
-	T__txid_snapshot:   "_TXID_SNAPSHOT",
-	T_uuid:             "UUID",
-	T__uuid:            "_UUID",
-	T_txid_snapshot:    "TXID_SNAPSHOT",
-	T_fdw_handler:      "FDW_HANDLER",
-	T_pg_lsn:           "PG_LSN",
-	T__pg_lsn:          "_PG_LSN",
-	T_tsm_handler:      "TSM_HANDLER",
-	T_anyenum:          "ANYENUM",
-	T_tsvector:         "TSVECTOR",
-	T_tsquery:          "TSQUERY",
-	T_gtsvector:        "GTSVECTOR",
-	T__tsvector:        "_TSVECTOR",
-	T__gtsvector:       "_GTSVECTOR",
-	T__tsquery:         "_TSQUERY",
-	T_regconfig:        "REGCONFIG",
-	T__regconfig:       "_REGCONFIG",
-	T_regdictionary:    "REGDICTIONARY",
-	T__regdictionary:   "_REGDICTIONARY",
-	T_jsonb:            "JSONB",
-	T__jsonb:           "_JSONB",
-	T_anyrange:         "ANYRANGE",
-	T_event_trigger:    "EVENT_TRIGGER",
-	T_int4range:        "INT4RANGE",
-	T__int4range:       "_INT4RANGE",
-	T_numrange:         "NUMRANGE",
-	T__numrange:        "_NUMRANGE",
-	T_tsrange:          "TSRANGE",
-	T__tsrange:         "_TSRANGE",
-	T_tstzrange:        "TSTZRANGE",
-	T__tstzrange:       "_TSTZRANGE",
-	T_daterange:        "DATERANGE",
-	T__daterange:       "_DATERANGE",
-	T_int8range:        "INT8RANGE",
-	T__int8range:       "_INT8RANGE",
-	T_pg_shseclabel:    "PG_SHSECLABEL",
-	T_regnamespace:     "REGNAMESPACE",
-	T__regnamespace:    "_REGNAMESPACE",
-	T_regrole:          "REGROLE",
-	T__regrole:         "_REGROLE",
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/rows.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/rows.go
deleted file mode 100644
index c6aa5b9..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/rows.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"math"
-	"reflect"
-	"time"
-
-	"github.com/lib/pq/oid"
-)
-
-const headerSize = 4
-
-type fieldDesc struct {
-	// The object ID of the data type.
-	OID oid.Oid
-	// The data type size (see pg_type.typlen).
-	// Note that negative values denote variable-width types.
-	Len int
-	// The type modifier (see pg_attribute.atttypmod).
-	// The meaning of the modifier is type-specific.
-	Mod int
-}
-
-func (fd fieldDesc) Type() reflect.Type {
-	switch fd.OID {
-	case oid.T_int8:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(int64(0))
-	case oid.T_int4:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(int32(0))
-	case oid.T_int2:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(int16(0))
-	case oid.T_varchar, oid.T_text:
-		return reflect.TypeOf("")
-	case oid.T_bool:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(false)
-	case oid.T_date, oid.T_time, oid.T_timetz, oid.T_timestamp, oid.T_timestamptz:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(time.Time{})
-	case oid.T_bytea:
-		return reflect.TypeOf([]byte(nil))
-	default:
-		return reflect.TypeOf(new(interface{})).Elem()
-	}
-}
-
-func (fd fieldDesc) Name() string {
-	return oid.TypeName[fd.OID]
-}
-
-func (fd fieldDesc) Length() (length int64, ok bool) {
-	switch fd.OID {
-	case oid.T_text, oid.T_bytea:
-		return math.MaxInt64, true
-	case oid.T_varchar, oid.T_bpchar:
-		return int64(fd.Mod - headerSize), true
-	default:
-		return 0, false
-	}
-}
-
-func (fd fieldDesc) PrecisionScale() (precision, scale int64, ok bool) {
-	switch fd.OID {
-	case oid.T_numeric, oid.T__numeric:
-		mod := fd.Mod - headerSize
-		precision = int64((mod >> 16) & 0xffff)
-		scale = int64(mod & 0xffff)
-		return precision, scale, true
-	default:
-		return 0, 0, false
-	}
-}
-
-// ColumnTypeScanType returns the value type that can be used to scan types into.
-func (rs *rows) ColumnTypeScanType(index int) reflect.Type {
-	return rs.colTyps[index].Type()
-}
-
-// ColumnTypeDatabaseTypeName return the database system type name.
-func (rs *rows) ColumnTypeDatabaseTypeName(index int) string {
-	return rs.colTyps[index].Name()
-}
-
-// ColumnTypeLength returns the length of the column type if the column is a
-// variable length type. If the column is not a variable length type ok
-// should return false.
-func (rs *rows) ColumnTypeLength(index int) (length int64, ok bool) {
-	return rs.colTyps[index].Length()
-}
-
-// ColumnTypePrecisionScale should return the precision and scale for decimal
-// types. If not applicable, ok should be false.
-func (rs *rows) ColumnTypePrecisionScale(index int) (precision, scale int64, ok bool) {
-	return rs.colTyps[index].PrecisionScale()
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 7deb304..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,158 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"crypto/tls"
-	"crypto/x509"
-	"io/ioutil"
-	"net"
-	"os"
-	"os/user"
-	"path/filepath"
-)
-
-// ssl generates a function to upgrade a net.Conn based on the "sslmode" and
-// related settings. The function is nil when no upgrade should take place.
-func ssl(o values) func(net.Conn) net.Conn {
-	verifyCaOnly := false
-	tlsConf := tls.Config{}
-	switch mode := o["sslmode"]; mode {
-	// "require" is the default.
-	case "", "require":
-		// We must skip TLS's own verification since it requires full
-		// verification since Go 1.3.
-		tlsConf.InsecureSkipVerify = true
-
-		// From http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/libpq-ssl.html:
-		//
-		// Note: For backwards compatibility with earlier versions of
-		// PostgreSQL, if a root CA file exists, the behavior of
-		// sslmode=require will be the same as that of verify-ca, meaning the
-		// server certificate is validated against the CA. Relying on this
-		// behavior is discouraged, and applications that need certificate
-		// validation should always use verify-ca or verify-full.
-		if sslrootcert, ok := o["sslrootcert"]; ok {
-			if _, err := os.Stat(sslrootcert); err == nil {
-				verifyCaOnly = true
-			} else {
-				delete(o, "sslrootcert")
-			}
-		}
-	case "verify-ca":
-		// We must skip TLS's own verification since it requires full
-		// verification since Go 1.3.
-		tlsConf.InsecureSkipVerify = true
-		verifyCaOnly = true
-	case "verify-full":
-		tlsConf.ServerName = o["host"]
-	case "disable":
-		return nil
-	default:
-		errorf(`unsupported sslmode %q; only "require" (default), "verify-full", "verify-ca", and "disable" supported`, mode)
-	}
-
-	sslClientCertificates(&tlsConf, o)
-	sslCertificateAuthority(&tlsConf, o)
-	sslRenegotiation(&tlsConf)
-
-	return func(conn net.Conn) net.Conn {
-		client := tls.Client(conn, &tlsConf)
-		if verifyCaOnly {
-			sslVerifyCertificateAuthority(client, &tlsConf)
-		}
-		return client
-	}
-}
-
-// sslClientCertificates adds the certificate specified in the "sslcert" and
-// "sslkey" settings, or if they aren't set, from the .postgresql directory
-// in the user's home directory. The configured files must exist and have
-// the correct permissions.
-func sslClientCertificates(tlsConf *tls.Config, o values) {
-	// user.Current() might fail when cross-compiling. We have to ignore the
-	// error and continue without home directory defaults, since we wouldn't
-	// know from where to load them.
-	user, _ := user.Current()
-
-	// In libpq, the client certificate is only loaded if the setting is not blank.
-	//
-	// https://github.com/postgres/postgres/blob/REL9_6_2/src/interfaces/libpq/fe-secure-openssl.c#L1036-L1037
-	sslcert := o["sslcert"]
-	if len(sslcert) == 0 && user != nil {
-		sslcert = filepath.Join(user.HomeDir, ".postgresql", "postgresql.crt")
-	}
-	// https://github.com/postgres/postgres/blob/REL9_6_2/src/interfaces/libpq/fe-secure-openssl.c#L1045
-	if len(sslcert) == 0 {
-		return
-	}
-	// https://github.com/postgres/postgres/blob/REL9_6_2/src/interfaces/libpq/fe-secure-openssl.c#L1050:L1054
-	if _, err := os.Stat(sslcert); os.IsNotExist(err) {
-		return
-	} else if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-
-	// In libpq, the ssl key is only loaded if the setting is not blank.
-	//
-	// https://github.com/postgres/postgres/blob/REL9_6_2/src/interfaces/libpq/fe-secure-openssl.c#L1123-L1222
-	sslkey := o["sslkey"]
-	if len(sslkey) == 0 && user != nil {
-		sslkey = filepath.Join(user.HomeDir, ".postgresql", "postgresql.key")
-	}
-
-	if len(sslkey) > 0 {
-		if err := sslKeyPermissions(sslkey); err != nil {
-			panic(err)
-		}
-	}
-
-	cert, err := tls.LoadX509KeyPair(sslcert, sslkey)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	tlsConf.Certificates = []tls.Certificate{cert}
-}
-
-// sslCertificateAuthority adds the RootCA specified in the "sslrootcert" setting.
-func sslCertificateAuthority(tlsConf *tls.Config, o values) {
-	// In libpq, the root certificate is only loaded if the setting is not blank.
-	//
-	// https://github.com/postgres/postgres/blob/REL9_6_2/src/interfaces/libpq/fe-secure-openssl.c#L950-L951
-	if sslrootcert := o["sslrootcert"]; len(sslrootcert) > 0 {
-		tlsConf.RootCAs = x509.NewCertPool()
-
-		cert, err := ioutil.ReadFile(sslrootcert)
-		if err != nil {
-			panic(err)
-		}
-
-		if !tlsConf.RootCAs.AppendCertsFromPEM(cert) {
-			errorf("couldn't parse pem in sslrootcert")
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-// sslVerifyCertificateAuthority carries out a TLS handshake to the server and
-// verifies the presented certificate against the CA, i.e. the one specified in
-// sslrootcert or the system CA if sslrootcert was not specified.
-func sslVerifyCertificateAuthority(client *tls.Conn, tlsConf *tls.Config) {
-	err := client.Handshake()
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-	certs := client.ConnectionState().PeerCertificates
-	opts := x509.VerifyOptions{
-		DNSName:       client.ConnectionState().ServerName,
-		Intermediates: x509.NewCertPool(),
-		Roots:         tlsConf.RootCAs,
-	}
-	for i, cert := range certs {
-		if i == 0 {
-			continue
-		}
-		opts.Intermediates.AddCert(cert)
-	}
-	_, err = certs[0].Verify(opts)
-	if err != nil {
-		panic(err)
-	}
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_go1.7.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_go1.7.go
deleted file mode 100644
index d7ba43b..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_go1.7.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,14 +0,0 @@
-// +build go1.7
-
-package pq
-
-import "crypto/tls"
-
-// Accept renegotiation requests initiated by the backend.
-//
-// Renegotiation was deprecated then removed from PostgreSQL 9.5, but
-// the default configuration of older versions has it enabled. Redshift
-// also initiates renegotiations and cannot be reconfigured.
-func sslRenegotiation(conf *tls.Config) {
-	conf.Renegotiation = tls.RenegotiateFreelyAsClient
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_permissions.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_permissions.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 3b7c3a2..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_permissions.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,20 +0,0 @@
-// +build !windows
-
-package pq
-
-import "os"
-
-// sslKeyPermissions checks the permissions on user-supplied ssl key files.
-// The key file should have very little access.
-//
-// libpq does not check key file permissions on Windows.
-func sslKeyPermissions(sslkey string) error {
-	info, err := os.Stat(sslkey)
-	if err != nil {
-		return err
-	}
-	if info.Mode().Perm()&0077 != 0 {
-		return ErrSSLKeyHasWorldPermissions
-	}
-	return nil
-}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_renegotiation.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_renegotiation.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 85ed5e4..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_renegotiation.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-// +build !go1.7
-
-package pq
-
-import "crypto/tls"
-
-// Renegotiation is not supported by crypto/tls until Go 1.7.
-func sslRenegotiation(*tls.Config) {}
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_windows.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_windows.go
deleted file mode 100644
index 5d2c763..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/ssl_windows.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-// +build windows
-
-package pq
-
-// sslKeyPermissions checks the permissions on user-supplied ssl key files.
-// The key file should have very little access.
-//
-// libpq does not check key file permissions on Windows.
-func sslKeyPermissions(string) error { return nil }
diff --git a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/url.go b/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/url.go
deleted file mode 100644
index f4d8a7c..0000000
--- a/traffic_ops/testing/api/vendor/github.com/lib/pq/url.go
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,76 +0,0 @@
-package pq
-
-import (
-	"fmt"
-	"net"
-	nurl "net/url"
-	"sort"
-	"strings"
-)
-
-// ParseURL no longer needs to be used by clients of this library since supplying a URL as a
-// connection string to sql.Open() is now supported:
-//
-//	sql.Open("postgres", "postgres://bob:secret@1.2.3.4:5432/mydb?sslmode=verify-full")
-//
-// It remains exported here for backwards-compatibility.
-//
-// ParseURL converts a url to a connection string for driver.Open.
-// Example:
-//
-//	"postgres://bob:secret@1.2.3.4:5432/mydb?sslmode=verify-full"
-//
-// converts to:
-//
-//	"user=bob password=secret host=1.2.3.4 port=5432 dbname=mydb sslmode=verify-full"
-//
-// A minimal example:
-//
-//	"postgres://"
-//
-// This will be blank, causing driver.Open to use all of the defaults
-func ParseURL(url string) (string, error) {
-	u, err := nurl.Parse(url)
-	if err != nil {
-		return "", err
-	}
-
-	if u.Scheme != "postgres" && u.Scheme != "postgresql" {
-		return "", fmt.Errorf("invalid connection protocol: %s", u.Scheme)
-	}
-
-	var kvs []string
-	escaper := strings.NewReplacer(` `, `\ `, `'`, `\'`, `\`, `\\`)
-	accrue := func(k, v string) {
-		if v != "" {
-			kvs = append(kvs, k+"="+escaper.Replace(v))
-		}
-	}
-
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