Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Tom Lane writes:
> > It'd be nice though if
> > the behavior could be changed after connection by a SET statement, which
> > would be lots easier if the setting were GUC-controlled. Peter, you see
> > any way to resolve that?
> We had a text field to pg_shadow and/or pg_database containing
> name=value assignments which are executed just before the session starts.
> Doesn't look terribly difficult, and it's something I've always wanted to
> do anyway.
So are thinking of "dbname=schema_type"? Seems this is really something
that should be in pg_database. If you create a database, who wants to
edit postgresql.conf to set its default schema type? Why not set the
GUC value from pg_database?
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