On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 10:54:43AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Michael Fuhr <mike(at)fuhr(dot)org> writes:
> > In the following message, the OP says that CREATE TYPE works if he
> > installs PostgreSQL as a service but it doesn't work if he installs
> > PostgreSQL as a program (can anybody think of why this would make
> > a difference?).
> I found it just about impossible to believe ;-)
> I have seen people make such reports because they mistakenly connected
> to some other server entirely while trying to test one of the two
> supposedly similar installations. If the other server is of an old
> version then it might not have CREATE TYPE AS, for instance.
Yeah, that's why I asked the OP for details on how to reproduce the
problem, but apparently he's not interested in investigating that
possibility ("I resent the implication in your emails that I am
some stupid user who does't [sic] know what he is doing").
It looks like CREATE TYPE AS was added in 7.3, so if your hypothesis
is correct then he'd be connecting to 7.2 or older.
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