KL <zappa_lot(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Right, the error occurs in exactly such a simple
> example, but I'm not above to provide details galore ...
This seems to be the relevant detail:
> CREATE TABLE event (
> event_id integer DEFAULT nextval('event_id_seq') NOT NULL,
This isn't what you showed before --- the previous version had an
explicit "::text" cast in it --- and I'm a bit mystified how you
managed to get that out of an 8.0.x server. Mine insists on
putting ::text in there.
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> NOTE: The SQL-file has been edited as the inserts for table
> event have been removed just as the GRANTs/REVOKEs on
> scheme PUBLIC.
> NOTE 2: Also the MySQL-tool "replace" has been run on
> the file to remove the "::text"-typecasts on the
> sequence's nextval-statement (to prevent double-casting
> in PgSQL 8.1.series the like of "::text)::regclass")
Perhaps you need to have a word with whoever is responsible for
these NOTEs showing up. Because this sure is not anything any
core Postgres developer will answer for.
regards, tom lane
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