"Titus von Boxberg" <ut(at)bhi-hamburg(dot)de> writes:
> - could anyone who knows Oracle better than me confirm
> that with Oracle there are no RECORD variables of varying
> dynamically assigned type?
> - is the syntax RECORD.(identifier), RECORD.(*), RECORD.(#)
> still acceptable?
It works for me if we want to have an "NFIELDS" construct. Personally
I'm still not convinced that we need one --- what's the use-case?
> - do you agree with my approach that "identifier"
> is restricted to be a variable and cannot be an arbitrary
> expression evaluating to a string?
I'd prefer arbitrary expression, but I suppose there's no harm in doing
the simple case first and generalizing if there's demand.
regards, tom lane
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