Bob Fischer <citibob(at)capu(dot)net> writes:
> I'm considering writing some semi-automatic software that would create
> and drop functions in a PostgreSQL database. I'm considering whether my
> software must use the "drop function" command, or whether it can get
> away with issuing "delete from pg_proc" commands. Is it safe to drop
> functions by deleting from the pg_proc table?
At the moment, I believe so, but you open yourself up to all sorts of
future compatibility problems if you munge system catalogs directly.
(Also, the direct delete won't work if you are not superuser.)
Is there a good reason not to use DROP?
regards, tom lane
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