Dave Page wrote:
>>[mailto:pgadmin-hackers-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of
>>Sent: 11 October 2004 08:31
>>Subject: [pgadmin-hackers] Foreign keys / MATCH FULL, PARTIAL, etc.
>>I don't know of how much help this is going to be, but the
>>anwer to the question
>> // MATCH FULL/PARTIAL missing; where is this stored?!?
>>posed in pgForeignKey.cpp line 45 is: In
>>It is the third argument (zero based) to the ri-triggers, or
>>more precisely the RI_MATCH_TYPE_ARGNO'th, cf.
>>include/commands/trigger.h in the PostgreSQL 8.0 beta 3
>>source (7.4 as well).
> Ahh, thanks Alex. Iirc, that comment was written in 7.3 days when the
> dcos said something like "There's MATCH FULL and MATCH PARTIAL which
> isn't implemented yet", so it was probably ignored. Of course, there was
> also MATCH SIMPLE, but it didn't have a name then, and cursory scan of
> the docs probably wouldn't have registered it's existance :-(
AFAIR at the moment of implementing that part the 7.3 doc didn't fully
document pg_constraint. The correct answer to this question now is
We'll fix this for 1.3/1.4. It requires dialog changes, so this has to
wait a little. Thanks for pointing out this missing option, we'd
probably would have missed it up to pgsql 2030 :-)
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