Chris Travers wrote:
> Personally I have never bought the "Put as much logic into your database
> as possible." This can *easily* be taken way too far. Review the
> discussions on pgsql-general about why sending email from the database
> backend is a bad idea. Can you write a CRM application server in
> PLPGSQL? Sure. But I am not sure it is a good idea.....
We've got a very powerful ERP system that has most of its transactional business logic in pl/pgsql, so I'll respectfully disagree with you here ;-) We think it makes a powerful showcase for what PostgreSQL can do with even commodity-level server hardware.
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