Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Josh Berkus wrote:
>> Since former SQL Server / Sybase apps are the most likely to use named
>> parameter notation in PostgreSQL, having a syntax which could be ported
>> using only "sed" would be nice.
>> Relevant to the whole discussion, though ... is the conflicting SQL
>> standard syntax something we're every likely to implement?
> Not sure, but I assume people could be using the AS syntax in other
> databases (for the inheritance usage) and then trying to use it in our
Yeah. Whether or not we ever implement it really doesn't matter, IMO. We
should not be in the business of taking an SQL standard piece of syntax
and using it for some other purpose.
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