For info only (it's not exactly this same problem):
This function looks like replacement of scroll cursor functionality.
Cursors are working without problems.
Michael Fuhr pisze:
> On Mon, May 28, 2007 at 05:06:55PM -0300, Alexander B. wrote:
>> I am creating a function that when finished the last level, should
>> return for each row.
>> I put raise notice to trace and the result is correct, but when I try to
>> execute, an error is showed.
>> "ERRO: wrong record type supplied in RETURN NEXT"
>> I created other functions the same way and worked, basically using the
>> same structure but not recursive.
>> Is it different return when using recursive.
> It's hard to say what's wrong with your sample code without seeing
> it with its surrounding context. Could you post a complete example?
> Please reduce the problem to the smallest possible example that
> exhibits the undesirable behavior.
> This question is a bit off-topic for pgsql-admin; you might get
> more help on pgsql-general.
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