> > Is that a good idea, or should we refuse the drop entirely? A table
> > drop zaps a lot more stuff than a column drop.
> I think we should refuse the drop. It is just too strange. You can
> suggest if they want the column dropped, just drop the table.
Leaving a zero-width table would be best, even if its not so useful. I
don't like rejecting a CASCADE as it kinda defeats the purpose of having
The patch may not work right in complex cases anyway. It seems the
switch to remove the table should be earlier.
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