At 2004-06-24 13:13:42 -0400, tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us wrote:
> > This is why I proposed originally to keep the non-transactional
> > behavior for Parse messages, but transactional for SQL PREPARE.
> > The latter can be said to be inside the transaction and should
> > behave like so. I think this lowers the surprise factor.
> It seems like we are closing in on an agreement that that is what
> should happen.
As a client maintainer, I have no particular problem with the status quo
(apparently like Greg and Cyril), but I can appreciate the point made in
Jeroen's initial post in this thread, and I would not object to changing
PREPARE to be transactional while leaving Parse messages alone. Nor do I
have a problem with "PREPARE OR REPLACE".
But for what it's worth, I strongly dislike the later proposal of making
prepared statements anonymous, and pattern matching the statement text,
especially if they reintroduce the need to quote query parameters.
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