> > > 3. automatic_rowid = no
> > >
> > > The description simply says Automatic rowid. Does this apply to
> > > query result sets or to the underlying relation? If the latter,
> > > PostgreSQL has, of course, an OID for every tuple in the
> > > database.
> > >
> > I'll have them fix that. MySQL calls them "_rowid" and
> apparently tests
> > only for these.
> Well, I don't see _rowid in the SQL spec either, so we are both
> non-standard here, though I believe our OID is SQL3.
Which is imho not what the test is for. I think they mean ctid,
which again I think we should have a rowid alias for (as in Informix,
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