Pam Withnall <Pamw(at)zoom(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> When i call the function from sql
> SELECT sptest3(4) AS x;
> I get the error:
> "NOTICE: plpgsql: ERROR during compile of sptest3 near line 1
> "RROR: parse error at or near "
The message looks just like that, eh? I bet it's unhappy because your
function text contains DOS-style newlines (\r\n) not Unix-style (\n).
7.1 plpgsql will accept \r as whitespace, but current releases don't.
In the meantime, save your script in a not-so-Microsoft-oriented editor.
regards, tom lane
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