>> David Gould writes:
>> > Consider also not updateing the grammar. The strength of PostgreSQL is that
>> > functions can be added to work inside the server. These functions can often
>> > do whatever is being proposed as new syntax.
>> So you want me to not check the syntax while parsing the embedded SQL code?
>What I think we was suggesting is that we add non-ANSI functionality as
>function calls rather than grammer changes with keywords. The only
>disadvantage is that it is a little more cumbersom, and less intuitive
but it ** is ** ANSI functionality, look under "role" (with an O)
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