On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 09:21:20AM +0200, Albe Laurenz wrote:
> Noah Misch wrote:
> > Just thinking out loud, we could provide an "extern Datum
> > and direct FDW authors to use that particular datum. It could look
> like a
> > toasted datum of external size WIDTH_THRESHOLD+1 but bear
> va_toastrelid ==
> > InvalidOid. Then, if future code movement leads us to actually
> examine one of
> > these values, we'll get an early, hard error.
> That would be very convenient indeed.
> Even better would be a function
> extern Datum createAnalyzeWideValue(integer width)
> so that row width calculations could be more accurate.
Yes; good call.
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