Sren laursen (soeren(dot)laursen(at)scrooge(dot)dk) reports a bug with a severity of 2
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triggers tablename are not rename if table are renamed.
I had a database where I during development created a new table to test a new design. On this table postgresql automatic created triggers because it used foreign keys.
After the test went ok, I rename the table to it "production name". During al test went ok - apparently.
But today during a update run (Importing data via XML) I got complains about missing Relations where to old table name was issued.
I did a dump at (pg_dump) and looked at it and in the end I found that the triggers for example:
CREATE CONSTRAINT TRIGGER "<unnamed>" AFTER INSERT OR UPDATE ON "alternativhold" NOT DEFERRABLE INITIALLY IMMEDIATE FOR EACH ROW EXECUTE PROCEDURE "RI_FKey_check_ins" ('<unnamed>', 'nyalternativhold', 'hold', 'UNSPECIFIED', 'holdnr', 'holdnr');
contains a reference to the old table name nyalternativhold.
I deleted the 3 triggers and the systems runs again.
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