> This sounds like a typical plea from someone who isn't interested in
> doing any thinking/work for themselves. I find they are best ignored.
I usually do but I found a question I could actually answer ;)
> It's possible that the person asking was actually trying to ask if
> PostgreSQL is object-relational, which it is.
> Speaking of which - has anyone ever used the OR capabilities of
> Postgresql? It might make for an interesting talk.
I guess I'm missing something but doesn't OR cover inheritance,
constraints, triggers? (see bottom of
Are there more features I'm not seeing that are classed as 'OR'?
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