On Thu, Apr 28, 2005 at 01:14:58PM -0500, Tony Caduto wrote:
> This is not entirely correct. We use temp tables all the time in PLpgsql
> functions and never have to use
> execute. We have found that you have to use EXECUTE only in certain
> we use this in all our functions that use temp tables, and we use PG
> Lightning Admin, which refreshes the
> connection each time you run a query which gets around a lot of issues with
> temp tables.
I'm assuming that by "refresh" you mean that you close the connection
to the database and create a new one for every query?
If you do that each time you run a query, doesn't that make temporary
tables pretty much worthless for anything other than PL scratch space?
And it's obviously a ludicrous thing to do in almost all production
cases, so if you're using lightning admin to prototype queries for
production use aren't you going to get burned by the entirely
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