Tom Lane wrote:
> regression=# create rule r1 as on insert to surprise do
> regression-# ( select 'hello' ; select 'how are you' );
> CREATE RULE
> The 'hello' result was in fact computed and sent by the backend, but it
> was discarded in libpq (see the documentation about PQexec: only the
> last resultset returned by a querystring is returned to the caller).
> psql could have printed both results, but it would need to use
> PQsendQuery/PQgetResult instead of PQexec.
Yikes. I thought this couldn't happen under the V3 extended query protocol.
The JDBC driver currently sends Describe/Execute and expects exactly one
of RowDescription/NoData followed by zero or more DataRows followed by
one of CommandComplete/EmptyQueryResponse/PortalSuspended. This seems
wrong if there could be multiple resultsets from a single Execute.
How can clients distinguish multiple resultsets if they're using the
extended query protocol?
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