> Checking currval() also wouldn't tell you whether
> any rows in a
> table had been updated.
I only need to know if there a row has been inserted.
I am trying to extend dbmirror so that I can easily
replicate all the transaction from a query even if
there it contains multiple update statements within
Currently, this will insert multiple rows into a
pending table with different ID's.
Alternatively, is there some way to figure out what
the pid of the current connection is from the C
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