On Mon, Jun 02, 2008 at 10:29:30AM -0700, Jeff Davis wrote:
> What if you had a CHECK constraint that was locale-sensitive? Would the
> constraint only be non-false (true or null) for records inserted under
> the same locale? That's not very useful.
It would seem that this is one of the important cases that needs to be
worked out. I wasn't suggesting that per-session locale (or whatever
we want to call it) is _easy_ or, for that matter, even possible; just
that it would solve a large number of the problems that people
In fact, I suspect that what we really need is something a little more
like "in-database locale" or something.
> I think if you want some special treatment of text for some users, it
> should be explicit.
Yes. Also, not just text. Think of currency, numeric separators, &c.
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