"Ed L." <pgsql(at)bluepolka(dot)net> writes:
> Are triggers on sequences a reasonable feature request/hope for Pgsql?
I don't think so. Since sequences are inherently not transactional,
it seems wrong to fire a transactional behavior as a side effect of
nextval(). What exactly are you expecting the trigger to do, and
how is it going to do it in a way that won't get rolled back if the
calling transaction fails later?
regards, tom lane
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