Denis Vlasenko <vda(at)ilport(dot)com(dot)ua> writes:
> On Wednesday 13 July 2005 17:43, Tom Lane wrote:
>> The reason it cannot be done transparently is that you would lose the
>> guarantee that a query either succeeds or fails: it would be entirely
>> possible to return some rows to the application and only later get a
> What failures are likely?
select x, 1/x from foo;
where x is zero in the 10,000'th row ...
regards, tom lane
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