> After I installed the new RedHat 7.3 with Postgres 7.2 some of my
> SQLs didn't worked. Mainly thoose, with the timestamp function:
> timestamp(current_date, current_time)
> does work under 7.1 but under 7.2 there is an parser error!
You're gonna have to rename the function. Sorry.
(Actually, you could double quote it instead: "timestamp"(foo,bar)
but the path of least resistance is to choose a name that is not
an SQL reserved word.)
regards, tom lane
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