On 12/02/10 23:10, Tim Bunce wrote:
> There was some discussion a few weeks ago about inter-stored-procedure
> calling from PL/Perl.
> I'd greatly appreciate any feedback.
> PostgreSQL::PLPerl::Call - Simple interface for calling SQL functions from PostgreSQL PL/Perl
I don't think you show an example with an explicit schema name being
used. Can't hurt to make it obvious.
> $seqn = call('nextval(regclass)', $sequence_name);
Is there any value in having a two-stage interface?
$seq_fn = get_call('nextval(regclass)');
$foo1 = $seq_fn->($seq1);
$foo2 = $seq_fn->($seq2);
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