create view v(id) as select * from func(5);
if your function returns one column.
15.05.2012, 10:01, "Jan Bakuwel" <jan(dot)bakuwel(at)greenpeace(dot)org>:
> I've spend some time checking the documentation but haven't been able to
> find what I'm looking for.
> I've got a function that returns a set of integers and a view that
> selects from the function.
> What I need is the ability to name the column in the view, ie.
> create function func(i int) returns setof integer as $$
> $$ language plpythonu volatile;
> create view v as select 1 as "id" from func(5);
> In other words I'd like to refer to the first (and only) field returned
> and give that an alias, in this case "id".
> In some SQL dialects you can use "select 1" to select the first field,
> "select 2" to select the 2nd field and so on.
> Any suggestions?
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