Robert Haas wrote:
> > 7. Why is there no option to do parameterized-queries which replan every
> > time?
> > This just seems like an area that has been neglected, or maybe I am
> > missing something and our current setup is acceptable.
> No, our current setup is not acceptable, and your questions are all
> right on target. I have been hoping that someone would take an
> interest in this problem for years. An option to replan on every
> execution would be a very, very fine thing. IMHO, there should also
> be a way to signal to PL/pgsql that you want this behavior for a
> particular query, short of wrapping it using EXECUTE, which is clunky
> and also forces a re-parse on every execution.
I was hoping I was wrong. :-(
Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> http://momjian.us
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