In response to Thomas Løcke :
> Hey all,
> The above function appears to be doing exactly what I want: Fetch the users
> data and update the visits column, if the supplied credentials match a user.
> My problem is what happens when the credentials don't match a user. In those
> cases I would like to have a boolean false returned, but instead I get an empty
> array - which of course is entirely according to the functions "RETURN SETOF
> users" statement.
> Is this little problem solvable, or will I have to learn to live with the empty
You can't return different return-types. Either return forever a record
or an bool.
But you can use select exists( select * from log_in( ...) ) to get
true/false it there a user or not.
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