I could have swore that this worked in earlier releases of Postgresql
CREATE TABLE public.test
junk double NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT junk_pkey PRIMARY KEY (junk)
Now it gives a error that type double does not exist.
During the summer of 2004 I ported a large Firebird database to 7.x and
firebird uses the term double which in PG is a float8 I believe.
Anyway i was able to just paste the Firebird ddl in to the query editor
and the server would substitute the correct PG native type.
varchar works, how come double does not?
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