I'm new to postgresql and RDBMS in general and was wondering if it supported
"prepared statements" or some equivalent.
I understand that if you are going to do a large number of repetitions of a
query, some databaes offer pre-parsed "prepared statements" objects for
greater speed. I haven't seen any mention of these though in the manuals
though. I have postgresql 7.0.2 installed and working, and I've read
through a good deal of the documentation.
Thanks in advance,
p.s. Many thanks to the postgresql team- the support of "REFERENCES"
column constraints is especially nifty.
pgsql-novice by date
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