Jim C. Nasby wrote:
>I would still argue that if any language should be installed by default
>it should be plpgsql and not java. As I mentioned, everyone using a
>database already knows SQL; not nearly as many know java.
I know both. :-).
Seriously - I'd like to raise my voice in favor of installing plpgsql in
template1 by default. I haven't heard any good reason not to (nor even a
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