"Jonah H. Harris" <jonah(dot)harris(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE seem to work fine in normal operation but there is an
> error with DELETE RETURNING when used through PL/pgSQL.
Probably other places too. I don't see any provision here for ensuring
that the variables used in the RETURNING list are actually computed by
the plan. This would be masked in the INSERT and non-join UPDATE cases
by the fact that the plan has to compute all columns of the target table
anyway ... but in a DELETE it'd be an issue.
I think set-returning functions in the RETURNING list might give you
some fits too ...
regards, tom lane
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