Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Regarding the NOTICE
> CREATE TABLE will create implicit triggers for foreign-key checks
> Does anyone care?
I don't care but is a way for a beginner to understand that behind
a foreign key there is a TRIGGER that have not a 0 cost.
> The other "helpful" notices about sequences for serial columns and
> for unique constraints have some merit, because they inform the user
> objects that the user might be interested in are going to be created as a
> side effect. But there's nothing that a user can reasonably do with an
> implicit trigger for a foreign-key check. ISTM that this notice is about
> as interesting as the information that CREATE VIEW will create an
I think that this is a particular implementation of Postgres translate a
View on a Rule, am I wrong ?
BTW shall be nice have this kind of "NOTICE", that may be is better call
"INTERNALS", and switchable off.
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