Bruce Momjian wrote:
> We could create a function that returned the previously inserted oid,
> and use that in the next query.
> insert into test values (4);
> update test3 set val = lastoid();
> Just remember the lastoid inserted in the backend code. Seems easy. Do
> you want it added to the TODO list.
Yes. It could be used in several places.
But I'm currently not aware about the future of oid's 'at the large'.
I have understood that we are on a way of getting rid of OIDs for
non-system tables (and having to re-implement them using triggers
and sequences where/when needed)?
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