Rob Sargent wrote:
> I have to restructure some tables, coalescing common elements from three
> tables (sub-classes) into a single table (super-class). Each source
> table has a text field which actually gets stuffed with a largish (1Mb+)
> blob of xml.
> Is there any way to simply, um, er, transplant the pointer rather than
> actually copy the data?
If they are large-objects (stored via the lo_xxx interface) yes. If not,
no. I take it the large blob of xml is one of the fields that you are
classifying as common?
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