=?iso-8859-1?Q?Jos=E9?= Soares <jose(at)sferacarta(dot)com> writes:
> What does it mean?
> prova=> select nome from prova group by nome having count(*) > 1;
> [ OK ]
> prova=> select oid,* from prova where nome in (select nome from prova
> group by nome having 1 < count(*));
> ERROR: pull_var_clause: Cannot handle node type 108
> prova=> select * from prova where nome in (select nome from prova group
> by nome having count(*) > 1);
> ERROR: rewrite: aggregate column of view must be at rigth side in qual
I take it you are using 6.4, because 6.5 generates different failure
messages. But it's not any less broken :-(. The rewriter seems to have
a bunch of bugs associated with aggregate functions in HAVING clauses of
sub-selects. Or maybe it's just several manifestations of the same bug.
I have notes about this problem but do not understand it well enough to
fix it. Perhaps Jan has a clue about it...
regards, tom lane
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