There are times when the message is appropriate, I believe. But this
is not one of them. Are all instances of this message gone, or just
On Mon, 15 June 1998, at 22:51:13, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > update mempayment set paywho = 'icvproxy' from do_addpayment where dappays
> > eq = payseqid;
> > NOTICE: Non-functional update, only first update is performed
> > UPDATE 31
> > more than one update was indeed performed..
> > I beleive this has happened to me before..
> Vadim has said to remove the message, and I have done so. The
> surrounding code in heapam.c is unchanged, just the elog(NOTICE) is
> commented out.
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