Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Apr 2002, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Marc is suggesting we may want to match Oracle somehow.
> > I just want to have our SET work on a sane manner.
> Myself, I wonder why Oracle went the route they went ... does anyone have
> access to a Sybase / Informix system, to confirm how they do it? Is
> Oracle the 'odd man out', or are we going to be that? *Adding* something
> (ie. DROP TABLE rollbacks) that nobody appears to have is one thing ...
> but changing the behaviour is a totally different ...
Yes, let's find out what the others do. I don't see DROP TABLE
rollbacking as totally different. How is it different from SET?
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