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dblink_disconnect

Name

dblink_disconnect -- closes a persistent connection to a remote database

Synopsis

dblink_disconnect() returns text
dblink_disconnect(text connname) returns text

Description

dblink_disconnect() closes a connection previously opened by dblink_connect(). The form with no arguments closes an unnamed connection.

Arguments

conname

The name of a named connection to be closed.

Return Value

Returns status, which is always OK (since any error causes the function to throw an error instead of returning).

Examples

SELECT dblink_disconnect();
 dblink_disconnect
-------------------
 OK
(1 row)

SELECT dblink_disconnect('myconn');
 dblink_disconnect
-------------------
 OK
(1 row)

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